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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 3 January 1903

Nanii' and Oeacriptlon. Bee. Tp. R. & x.w. 1 and w oi x !•:. ; . . . . 30 16 n S2O. Chris. Jackson, X. |of s. !•:. i. ::<• 16 n so. Jessie BL Jenks, Lots 43 and 30. 20. W. A. .lon ini.ua n. E. jof S. \V. \. L'l It! L 6 so. NVis Jacobson, B. ■ i- 15 v :!20. Joseph Keats, N. \V. | 18 IB 13 160. David L, Kinser, S. *0f5.8.1- •24 I' 1 - 13 80. ci.as. ii. Klelnhen, S. E. lof B.W. 1 2 if, 13 in Thoa. H. Kellogg, X.W. lof N.E. 1 2 Ml 13 40. Arthur H. Kemper, N. W. i 80 14 M i *T . so N. A of S. E. I S. A of N. E. ! 30 14 14 L6O. H. W. Kenny, S. \V. \ 20 14 14 140. Adoiph Leusinger, S. A 20 ir> 14 820. Arthur Lester, E. A S. E. }.... 29 S. \V. } 28 N. A of N. W. I 33 1"> 13 320. Janus W. Lindsay, S. iofN.E. J. 20 16 16 80. Samuel O. Long, N. * 29 15 13 820. Adelia Lathrop, W. * 20 16 18 820. Charles Lathrop, E. A 20 IT> 13 320. NK\\ RANCH BELONGING To \v. K. wn.siK. IN Tin; IMPERIAL SETTLEMENTS — TMK lI.W CROP BEING PARTLY HARVESTED. Mattie A. Lyman, W. iOfS.W. 1. 21 16 15 S...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 3 January 1903

14 xam .11. i Description; Rec. ii' It Acrea, Bugenb Snow, i: } ... 21 II 14 320. Edward a Slano, N.W. lof S.E. 1 5 II 11 40. limit)'!' 11. Smith. N.W. J ofS.W, 132 14 14 40. Frederick if, Bchaabel, B. iofN.E. J. 28 16 13 80. Andrew .1. Sanderson, S.W. iof N.B. 127 IB 11 40. Humphrey O. Blsson, W. } is 16 it 818.70 Benjamin C. Shopherd, S. E. 1 10 N. E. I IT. 10 14 320. Herman it. Bchuts, s. X | 8 17 11 160. William siiii. S. | Of S. \V. I 8 N. \v. | and tract S. \v. 1 17 17 16 331.33 Wm. B. Salisbury. s B. i •'• l<"- 18 160. Idl Stoner. B. | of s. B ! 81 W. J of'S.w! 1. 32 16 II B. i of N. E. |. »', W. J of X. W. 1 B 17 II 320.88 Frank It. Smith, N. i of S. W. | N. W. i N. A of N. B. I 86 14 14 320. Milliinl P. Stark. S. B. 1 82 18 II 1(10. Mario 1.. Smith. N. A of N. VV. i S.W. | of N.W. ! I IC 13 133. O. M. Schmidt, 1111: COTTON ruin RGYPTIAN LONG STAPU COTTOW \r Tin: i:\im:kimi:nt.m. station m:.\k i'.m.kmco, UNDER MANAGEMENT oi' Tin: IMPERIAL LAND COMPANY, Marco Bruschl <&...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 3 January 1903

Name and 1N ki Iptlon. Bee, Tp R \ ■ Hans Jevne, E. 3 S3 IS U 820. I. ester v. Kennedy, W. 1 1!> 13 15 585.60 Kniina 1.. Miller, N. A '. . 14 13 M 320. William Edgar Miller, B. A 14 13 II 320. Ralph Noble, W. I 31 13 16 344. Clarence E. Fearsall, E. I 10 11 II 320. H. May l'earsall. w. I 10 11 11 820. Oscar S. Rice, W. A 26 13 II 320. Henry J. Rose, E. A 3 11 II 321 .SO Thos. V. Hice. N. W. 1 13 13 1 I 160. Andrew H. Rose. E. A 25 13 14 320. Olive B. Reid. N. I 9 14 14 320. George K. Reid. B. I 9 11 11 320. Jason L. Shepard, E. A 27 13 11 820. Fred B. Stamm, W. A 33 13 14 320. Geo. T. Stamm. W. A 4 14 11 320. Suo B. Springer, W. | of X. W. 1 W. lOf B. W. ! 7 11 II 137.. -.2 Zena 1?. Wales, W. I 86 13 14 320. \N l\i !'i:ki.\i. RANCH OWNED BY RBV. J, M. HUSTON, Ot PASADENA, BRING PLOODSD ikom a BRANCH CANAL OF Till' impkkiai. CANAL SYSTEM. Ellen C. Warren, S. i 13 13 14 320. Thos. J. Williams, W. J 30 13 15 338. 10 Imperial Water Company No. 5. This Mutual Water Company was Formed ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 3 January 1903

16 N'.ilii' I Edward Dool S 17 II 820. iii i> W. Kuu rson, X. I ..I X I X. Of X \\ ; I I X of X I X. | Of X W. \l6 17 13 320. L.i <> (lie. son. W. 10 17 13 320. Win. \ ( Irei son. K. | lv IT 18 820. 111 1 i » Qreeson s 18 17 13 820 \\ in It I lamnieis. W. | is I. 11 820.48 A .1. 1 1 . i in n i • i i: | is it ll ::l'o. Sarah L. Hammers. W. | 17 17 11 820. .las. A I lainiii' i B, | 17 17 II 320. Mai le A i [effernan, X. ' 13 17 18 820. Frank <'•. Rowland, K. | 9 17 13 38d. .1. C. lloughtoii. S. K. ! 5 S. W. ! I 17 18 820. j \ Jao.ua, B. B. I I s w. ! I 17 L 3 820. Chas W. Mackey, s. w. | .". s B. I • l" 13 820, Lucretla i. Perry, B, | 17 17 18 820. Carrie B, Pounds, W. | IS 17 18 .".I'll. A i in.M 0* tlllfi mm i . ONI 0* Tin: MOM' MKH [TABU CROPS RAISSD IN mi: imim-ki \i. SI m .i-mi-nts iok Tin: FATTENING 0* CATTU3 AND HOGS. It. T. Perry, N. i of X E. 1 & Lota I and 5 . . 18 Lots 1. i and 3; N. 4 of N. IS. J. X I of X. \Y 1 20 17 M 319;66 Chas. N. Perry, N. i 7 17 II 3...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 3 January 1903

This is Your Opportunity! Government Land * Imperial Settlements Under the greatest and most liberal IRRIGATION SYSTEM in the world* $1.25 PER ACRE IS ALL THE CASH REQUIRED FOR BOTH LAND and WATER 40 ACRES FOR $ 50. $ 50 FOR 40 ACRES. 160 ACRES FOR $200. $200 FOR 160 ACRES. No Better Land on Earth. One Mile from the Railroad. See Plan of Imperial Water Co. No. 8 on opposite page and then see or write to us without delay. The Water Stock for this whole Tract of 40,000 ACRES Is for sale by the Imperial Construction Co., and we are their Exclusive Agents* This is the Finest Tract of Land Ever Put Under Water and is being sold on the Easiest Terms Ever Known* Call or write for pamphlet* album of Imperial views, etc. OAKLEY-PAULIN CO., 304-5 Douglas Building, Or IMPERIAL, CAL. LOS ANGELES. IMFHRIAI. PRESS 17

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 3 January 1903

18 THIS BEATS ALL We are Sole Agents for Six Thous= IVT^-w and Acres of WATER RIGHTS in I>lO# / Belonging to a private party, Price $21*00 per acre, one dollar cash and the balance in 7 YEARS AT 6% INTEREST. Very choice, soft lands ; the first to receive water from the main canaL They are going fast MERRILL & CHAPLIN, Imperial, and 531 Douglas Bldg., Los Angeles SHAW DUCK CLOTHING is the only kind of clothing that can he worn with comfort in all kinds of weather * — dry — wet or cold. It is made from Army Duck; blanket plaid lined with rubber * interlining which makes it practically storm ami weather proof. It is the most >£ MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BLANKETS BEDDING BOOTS SHOES GUNS AMMUNITION HUNTING GOODS SPORTING GOODS SEND FOR CATALOG Union Hardware and Metal Co. WHOLESALE ONLY OUR GUARANTEE RY V|f OF EXCELLENCE BUILDERS' HARDWARE AND SUPPLIES, IRRIGATING, MINING AND GRADING TOOLS, FENCING MATERIAL AND BLACKSMITHS' SUPPLIES, WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK. LOS ANGELES, wo...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 3 January 1903

SS\J IMPLEMENTS Of Different Kinds In Stock NOW AND MORE COMING It does not matter much what you want, we can till the bill, and we sell close, too, as parties who have made inquiry will testify. Call and see our stock. EDGAR BROS. Los Angeles Express. Five Editions Daily. CC An o Voif All the news savel > r presented. Leading after- s3«U" 2 I Cdl» noon Daily of Southern California. 225 W. Second St., Los Angeles. HARDWARE AND EVERYTMINO IN COOKING AND HEATING APPUANCES Cass & Smurr Stove Co. LOS ANGELES. CAL. IMPERIAL MERCANTILE CO. ——————— Groceries, dealers in Canned Dry Goods ...GENERAL... foods, m MERCHANDISE note. HAY AND GRAIN, Hardware. seed grains implements, CALEXICO, - CAL. fflL CASH STORE Opposite Printing Office Groceries, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Children.' Shoes, fJAnpril Frpiohtiiwfnr fh* DllhHf Notions and General Merchandise at reasonable prices yaitiai ■ 1C1511111151U1 UK KUUIK Special attention paid to frcipht for settlers. Leave orders at store Imperial, - ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 3 January 1903

20 A CIIUIKMI— TIIK KIHHT KKAMK BOILSHtfI KKKCTKI) IN TIIK TOWN OK IMI'KKIAL IMPERIAL LUMBER & COMMERCIAL CO. LUMBER And all Kinds of Building Material Contracting, Freighting, Etc. I IVI F* EL F? I A l_ . CALIFORNIA I C /I/I I>T*l— l ~^ST S. J. SMITH \y~nsS' 12g N- Los An K eles st - aJBT LOS ANGELES, CAL. Distillate top. Aermolor Windmills. Hand. Windmill and Power Pumps GENERAL WATER SUPPLY GOODS ■ ■ a w\ Gives all tt\e news re- llllliV I lUI I I 100 under the Imperial ■_ Canal System j& j& *> -THE 4 g_g COVERALLS m SHIRTS BROWNBTEIN, NEWMARK & LOUIS, mm LOS ANGELES. CAL. <--. Arinlnh "Tfpip 126 8 - spring st. >|.a Auoipn I rc»t, tos ANGELES, ML . /'^•^^ MANUKACTUKKK OF AND DKALBR IN 4^ Optical, Mathematical and Engineering Instruments. DRAWING INSTRUMENTS AND MATERIALS. *'^ Mall order* promptly attended to. 6»c| HOTEL IMPERIAL IMPERIAL. CALIFORNIA. OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS Patronage of tourists and land-srcKcrs solicited. IMPERIAL ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 24 January 1903

Imperial Press AND FARMER. VOL. 11. THE IMPERIAL ALBUM. What the Press Has to Say Regarding it. The Album of the Imperial Settle ments which was recently issued by the Imperial Land Company is being highly complimented by the Press of the State, and we find room for a few of the notices which have come to hend, as follows: One of the Gems. The Times-Index is in receipt of "An Album of the Imperial Settlements" which shows the wonders and resour ces of that reclaimed portion of the desert in a most attractive light. The illustrations are particularly fine. On the title page is a picture of a section of the main canal, which is seventy feet wide and eight feet deep. Other striking pictures are "The old way that the settler brought his lumber and household goods into the Imperial settlements," and "The new way.'" The former shows the pioneer on his wagon train, the wagons loaded with lumber and goods, dnawn by four teams, while the "new way" is the Southern Pacific railway tract stretc...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 24 January 1903

2 MINUTES Of THE ANNUAL Meeting of the Stockholders of the Imperial Water Company No. 1, Held January 13th 1903. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders was held in the office of the company, room 224, Stowell Block, Los Angeles, California, upon January 13th, 1903, at the hour at 10 a.m. pursuant to the by-laws and the notice of meeting, copy of which is hereinafter set forth. On motion the meeting reconvened in room 218, ad joining, President A. H. Heber presiding. The secretary thereupon read the call for the meeting as fol lows : Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the Stockholders' Annual Meeting of Im perial Water Company No. 1 will be held on the 13th day of January, 1903, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the office of the company, room 224, Stowell Block, in the city of Los Angeles, California, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors, receiving and acting upon the reports of the officers of the company, and for the transaction of such other bus...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 24 January 1903

sued and outstanding capital stock, the president then declared that W. A. Edgar, Leroy Holt, I. W. Gleason, Geo. A. Carter and J. H. McKim were elected directors for the corporation for the ensuing year. Moved that the stockholders pres ent declare it to be the sense of the meeting that the principal place of business of the company be removed from Los Angeles to Imperial. Car ried. Moved that the board of directors be instructed to meet immediately upon the adjournment of this meet ing for the purpose of organization for the ensuing year. On motion the meeting then ad journed. R. D. M'PHERRIN, Secretary. MEETING OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Office of Imperial Water Company No. 1, 224 Stowell Block, Los Angeles, Cal. January 13, 1903. The board of directors elected at the annual stockholders' meeting held Jan. 13, 1903, met pursuant to direc tion of the stockholders' meeting for the purpose of organization. Meet ing called to order at 4 o'clock p.m. Members present, I. W. Gleason, Geo. A...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 24 January 1903

4 This is Your Opportunity! Government Land »■ Imperial Settlements Under the greatest and most liberal IRRIGATION SYSTEM in the world. $1.25 PER ACRE IS ALL THE CASH REQUIRED FOR BOTH LAND and WATER 40 ACRES FOR $ 50. $ 50 FOR 40 ACRES. 160 ACRES FOR $200. $200 FOR 160 ACRES. No Better Land on Earth. One Mile from the Railroad, See Plan of Imperial Water Co. No. 8 on opposite page and then see or write to us without delay. The Water Stock for this whole Tract of 40,000 ACRES Is for sale by the Imperial Construction Co*, and we are their Exclusive Agents* This is the Finest Tract of Land Ever Put Under Water and is being sold on the Easiest Terms Ever Known* Call or write for pamphlet* album of Imperial views* etc* OAKLEY-PAULIN CO., 304-5 Douglas Building, Or IMPERIAL, CAL. LOS ANGELES- IMPERIAL PRESS

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 24 January 1903

Imperial Press AND FARMER h. M. Hoi/r, - - Los Angeles D. D. Pei«i,ET, - - Imperial EDITORS Published each Saturday at Imperial, San Diego County, Cal., by IMPERIAL PRESS PUBLISHING CO. SUBSCRIPTION: One year .... $1.50 Six Months .... .75 Entered at the Imperial. California, Postoffice is second-class mail matter. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1903 IMPERIAL SOIL Result of an Analysis Made by Dr. Jones, of the University of California Dr. F. C. Jones, of the Univer sity of California, Berkeley, was in town this week in company with several others. and was busy during his stay makiug analysis of the soil throughout the valley for the benefit of the prospective settlers who were with him. Dr. Jones is recognized as an author ity in chemistry and his state ment regarding soils and their ingredients may be counted upon as correct. Last Friday some soil was brought to him by Mr. E. H. Harrington, taken from twelve or fourteen post holes that he was digging near the center of the town, and the fo...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 24 January 1903

New Telephone Rules The Imperial Telephone Company has inaugurated some new rules and are having rule cards printed at the Press office. It is the intention of the management to put the line in mure effective working order, and to give courteous treatment in every re spect, and in this endeavor it wishes the co-operation of all its subscribers. Following is a copy of the new rules: To use the telephone ring 1 long ring for Central, take down the re ceiver and ask for parties wanted. When being called, take down re ceiver without ringing back. Always replace receiver on hook after using. All regular subscribers, including a specified number of their employees, are entitled to the use of the telephone at their respective places of business >«r residence only, and will have to pay regular message fees if calling trom any <<iher 'phone, unless uthtr "i»e anaii^cii lor by the management. All others, but regular suascribers, will be r, quired to pay message rates to and iroiii al...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 24 January 1903

Delinquent Notice. Imperial Water Company No. 1. Location of principal place of business No. 224 Stowell Block, City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California. NOTICE: There is delinquent on the following described stock on account of assessment levied on the 2nd day of December, 1902, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective share-holders, as follows: — Name Ctf. No Shares Amt. Due Adams, Samuel A 65 320 $120. Blackington, Martha E 115 320 120 Blackinton, Dora J 121 320 120 Breese, Henry J 166 173 64.88 Barnes, Peter 177 32 O 120 Black, John C 127 8o 3o Bailey, Arthur W 411 4o 15 Berryman, Samuel 504 4o 15 Bruce, Win 650 160 6o Bronson, Mi I lard F.. 677 8o 3o Cross, Harry 276 160 6o Cooley, Lewis E 335 8o 3o Cooley. Lewis E 336 8o 3o Cole, Walter M 350 4o 15 Cart\ Columbus A 451 8o 3o Cilin, Joseph 500 160 6o Chapin, Lou F 19 160 6o Dent, Houston 346 47 17.62 Daggs, W. A 428 320 120 Ensign, Abner C 697 8o 3o Elliott, A. J 349 4o 15 Flower, Grov...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 24 January 1903

The Valley News Buy Groceries at Varney's. F. H. Wales repairs shoes and har nesses. Varney Brothers, cheapest place to trade. S. H. Bryant, of Los Angeles, was in the city last Monday. There has been quite a flurry in town property this week. Rigs of all kinds, day or night, at Imperial Farmers' Store. Mr. L. E. Srack was in from his ranch Monday and paid us a friendly call. Charles and Harry Wilson, of Escon dido, were in Imperial the first of the week. J. H. Patton, of Pasadena, was in the valley last Monday looking after real estate. The Imperial Farmers' Store stage line broke the combination. Why not patronize it? Judge Mus ford is building a small office tiuilding on the corner of Eighth and Imperial. S. A. Brown, of San Bernardino, was in Imperial Tuesday looking after his interests here. T. P. Banta, the real estate man, treated his office building to a coat of paint this week. For Sale — Barley hay and Egyptian corn. Inquire of E. R. Baker, 5 miles south of Imperial. Claud...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 24 January 1903

THE PALOVERDE COUNTRY. An Interesting Riverside County Com munity on the Desert. Edward F. Hyatt thus writes to the Riverside Enterprise: Probably there is no county in the North American Continent that can boast of such variety, such diversity, as this our own county of Riverside, It takes a good deal of travel for us to grasp it ourselves. The greatest orange garden in the world smiles up at icy, enow-clad peaks. Tall mountains heaved up two miles above the sea overshadow burn ing deserts many feet below the level of the sea. Hills and valleys and mesas and canyons and wide stretches of level plain — lakes and rivers, for ests of pine and c*"dar where in the winter men might get lost and perish in the snow; and forests of mesquite on the scorching plains below where many a man has perished of heat and thirst. Coal mines and gold mines and salt mines, great ranches of grain and ranges for stock, and the richest fields and vineyards of the tropic zone. Among the other strange parado...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 24 January 1903

8 Irrigation Possibilities of the Color ado River. The Los Angeles Mid Winter Times contributes the following very conser vative article to the irrigation situa tion of this Southwestern Country: With the development of irrigation in the Southwest, and as the magni tude of the irrigation enterprises un dertaken by capitalists and investors has inceased, renewed attention has been devoted to the Colorado River, with reference to its utilization for ir rigation. Until recently it has not been considered that this great stream was extensively available for the pur pose. The depth of its canons for hundreds of miles of its course makes it forever impossible that adjacent lands shall be irrigated; but careful explorations of that portion of the river lying between Nevada and the Gulf of California have thrown new light upon the possibilities of the great desert regions adjacent to its lower courses. Only two years a^o the Imperiat Canal was opened tor the improve ment of a vast district,...

Publication Title: Imperial Press And Farmer
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