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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 7 March 1903
This is Your Opportunity! flovernment 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 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. LbS ANGELES. IMPERIAL PRESS 7
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 7 March 1903
8 mh T I Brain Harms Optical Co. ii •* (incori'okatkd) Dealers in ( . I! Optical, Mathematical, Engineering and Scientific Instruments V- f Siirvevorß', Draii^iiistnen'fl and Arcliltects' Supplies Spectacles and Kyetftasses. J 4» 0.-iilists' Prescriptions a Specialty. Send for Catalogue and Price List. >• I. 4ai SOUTH SPRING STHKKT LOS ANOKLKS, CAL. >• Buy a Clark's Right Lap Plow WHY? BECAUSE! IT 1. lyays the ground all one way -no deed furrow. 2. Opens the bottom of the furrow so the roots go straight down. 3. Requires half as much power to operate as any other. 4. The blacksmith never has to sharpen and repair it. E. P. BOSBYSHELL, = Los Angeles, Cal. <£«« ■■ ■■ in ■%■ ■■ Investigate fully before buying 1 inferior Sell a Hone and Buy a Plow" -mrMn.i,^,,—, BENICIA HANCOCK \ DISC PLOW Patented \ One to four discs. Guaranteed SO per cent liifht- \ v^-^. \ --_**'____*' er draft than any other. Plows any plowable \ /^^jFv*. €\f_^"^^^ A Vehicle Combination ■ i^^^N=S_i_Ss\ STYL...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 14 March 1903
Imperial Press. VOL 11. A DATE ORCHARD AT IMPERIAL. The Neglet-Noor Date Plants are Being Imported for This Orchard. This is the Finest Date Grown — It is a Dessert Date That Retails at 50 Cents a Pound in this Country — Government Expert Endorses Enterprise. Steps are now being taken to estab lish the largest date orchard in Amer ica near the town of Imperial, to con sist of 160 acres, and the dates are to be of the Neglet Noor variety, the finest date known — a desert date that retails at fifty cents per pound — the highest price paid for a dried fruit in America. Prof. Walter T. Swingle, the Gov ernment date expert, who has spent several years searching Africa for the best varieties of dates that can be had for importation into the United States, is endorsing this . enterprise and advising his intimate friends to invest in the industry. Prof. Swingle is at present in Italy, and from a let ter from him to A. H. Heber, pfesi dent of the California Development Company, we are allowe...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 14 March 1903
2 ALFALFA - THE GREAT CROP TOR FORAGE AT PRESENT. Able Paper From the Pen of W. J. Spill man of the United States Depart ment of Agriculture. A large proportion of our readers are directly interested in growing al falfa, and even those who are not will find the following well written and readable article from W. J. Splllman, agrostologist of the United States de partment of Agriculture well worth reading. Alfalfa is probably the most ancient forage plant of which we have any record. It was cultivated extensively on the irrigated fields of Babylon, and it is known to have been the principal hay in the stables of the ancient Per sian monarchs. It was brought from Persia to Greece about 470 B. C, and its cultivation . began in Italy about 200 13. C. It is mentioned by a num ber of Latin writers, especially Virgil, Varro and Columella. From Italy it was introduced into Spain in the six teenth century, and thence spread to many parts of the world. Its introduc tion into the United States...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 14 March 1903
The Valley News Mr. H. C. Oakley was down from Brawley Wednesday. Robt. Davis is building a house on Eighth street near the depot site. A. H. Friendly, of San Diego, was in town last Sunday on business Onion Sets at Varney's Rockyford Cantalope Seeds in bulk at varney's The pool and billiard room has open ed and is enjoying a good patronage. H. N. Dyke accompanied A. T. Plath to the city Monday returning Wednes day. C. W. Walkem, of Corona, came in Sunday to look after his "interests in the valley. Rev. J. S. Kline preached an excel lent sermon in llie church last Sunday morning. Fok Sai.K — One 2 mule team and harness. Inquire ol S. 13. Thayer, 8 miles east of Imperial. Fur the most tip-lo date styles in Ladies' and Children's hais go to The R.icket and save money. The engine on the Imperial and Gulf has .i bad hab iof being laid up fur repairs in tin 1 >uop-. at Viiuia. Mrs. L E. Sr.ick returned fr«>m River sied last Saturday where she has bi en t'> the funeral of her mot...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 14 March 1903
4 THE IMPERIAL PRESS I'UBUSIIHII SATUKKAYS AT IMPKRIAI., CAI«, II V EDGAR b\ HOWE POSTOPVICB AKKRICSS, IMPERIAL, SAN IIIF.OO CO., CAf.II'OKMA. SUBSCRIPTION One year .... $1.00 Six Mouths .... .50 Single Copies .... .05 [Beginning with April 1, the sub scription list of the Phrss will be put dii a basis of strict cash in advance.] Advertising rates made known on application at the offics. FNTERBD AS SECOND CLASS MATTER SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1903 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. The credit system is the curse of the country paper. Not to exceed one half of the papers sent out from the country press of the whole country are ever paid for". The consequence, is that the subscription price must be fuily double that of a paper run on a cash, basis. After April Ist, no. copy of the Impbk r.\i< Press will be sent out unless paid for in advance, and in every case after that date the subscription will be dis continued with the expiration of the time paid for. Running thus on a cash basis, the suhscrition p...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 14 March 1903
LINER ADVERTISEMENTS [Under this head advertisements will be pub lishcil at the rate of 3o words or leas for 25 cents a week or $1 a month.] For SAr y «— two lots, West Eighth street, close in. Enquire at Varueys'. For Sale:— Native grown palm trees, ornamental varieties. Address or call on F. G. Havens, Silsbee, Cal. If you want ready-made night underclothing, underskirts, wrappers or the latest thuig in the , 1903 shirt waists go to "The Racket." ; Los Angeles prices. For Sale — At Perry Bros, midway between Imperial and Calexico, Good Sorghum Hay, Kaffir Corn; Mund's Wonder Seed, Mammoth Sunflower Seed.. Full blood Poland China Boars. Sorghum Hay — Finest quality sor ghum hay bound in bundles, for sale on premise?*, four miles south of Im perial. Inquire 011 premises or of E< li. Foster, or R. D. McPherrin. I will have 200.000 rooted Mu scats and Sultana vines Jiere about the Ist of March. 10,000 will be lor sale at t'2.50 per hundred or $12 00 per 1000. Address J. W. Lindsay,...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 14 March 1903
6 To the Public We have erected a larjje Kamada in connection with our feed yard where you can shelter your horses all clay lontf, besides having your rig safely cared for. Our cliiu^c* for feeding will be made very reasonable accord- ing to the Cost of the hay and grain. When parties furnish their own leed a moderate charge will be made for stable room. IMPERIAL FARMERS' STORE W. D. Montgomery, Prop. Land Smoothing, Ditch- ing, &c, Contour Plan or Otherwise. EDGA^ BROTHERS. A. C. Games, has none to Los An geles for a short business trip. W. L<\ Holt was in town this week looking after his interests here. Drink! drink! drink! Ice cold drinks at J. C. Abschier's. Ice cream on Sunday**. A car load of A-l Flour just received at Varney's. Large buyers please call for prices. Don't f ail to call on J. C. Abshier. when -looking for groceries. Trices reasonable. An elegant assortment of shirt waists, irom 58c to $2. Loire mid see them at White's. The water mains are being extended s...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 14 March 1903
Water for The Desert. With the development of irrigation in the Southwest, and as the magni tude of the irrigation enterprises undertaken by capitalists and invest ors has increased, renewed attention has been devoted to the Colorado River, with reference to its utilization for irrigation. Until recently it has not been considered that this great stream was extensively available for the purpose. The depth of its canyons for hundreds of miles of its course makes it forever impossible that ad jacent 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 ago the Imperia' Canal was opened for the improve ment of a vast district, embracing about 500,000 acres in San Diego county, Cal., while thousands of acres more may be ultimately reclaimed in Mexico, south of the Imperial dis trict. The Algodon ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press and farmer. — 14 March 1903
8 IMPERIAL TOWN LOTS. ADVANCE IN PRICES APRIL 1, 1903. The Imperial Land Company gives notice that on the first day of April 1903, the prices of Imperial town lots will be advanced from twenty-five to fifty per cent, ac- cording to location. + ■ * % I Brain Harms Optical Co. \ *' (incorporated) Dealers in J % Optical, Mathematical, Engineering and Scientific Instruments \ 4« Surveyors', Draughtsmen's and Architects' Supplies Spectacles and Eyeglasses. * •}< Oculists' Prescriptions a Specialty. Send for Catalogue and Price List. >j A 421 SOUTH SPRING STHEET . LOS ANdELES, CAL. . * 4« :-■■■- * Buy a Clark's Right Lap Plow PWHY? BECAUSE IT Lays the ground all one way— no dead furrow. Opens the bottom of the furrow so the roots go straight down. Requires half as much power to operate as any other. 4. The blacksmith never has to sharpen and repair it. E. P. BOSBYSHELL, = Los Angeles, Cal. THE 4 vxt M SHIRTS BROWNSTEIN, NEWMARK & LOUIS, man LOS ANGELES. CAL. GRIMES-STAS9FORTH ST...