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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 12 November 1904

$20,000 A DAY Rate of Subscriptions in San Diego to the Imperial Road Incorporation Completed This Week. A Committee Investigating Here Our people who hare rallied so man fully to the support of the San Diego, Imperial Valley and Eastern lUllrvad will It glad to hear of its pr^ress at the other end of the line. The San Diegan— Son of Monday says : Sobscriptions to the bonds ami stock of the San Diego, Imperial Valley and Eastern Railroad are coming in now at the rat* of about $20,000 |<r day, said a member of the People's Committee to day. There are over one-hundred sub fcfibers at present, who** average sub scriptions aro over $300. Many of them have of course subscribed for larger turns. mm to rutAXCMcoawrrxt Finance Committee, San Diego, Imper ial ValUy and Eastern Ky. San Dirgo, Nor. 7, 1904. Gentlemen of the Committee : You are earnestly r«que«te*l to be present at tb« meeting of U»i» commit tee at the chamber of commerce tonight At 7:30 o'clock. Matters of importance will c...

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. — 19 November 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. Published at tIM center ol th# grcalcat Irrigated territory In America, In the heart ol the Colorado deaert, San Ulesto county. Southern California, 67 feet below the level of th« Mt, Under pr«f cut canals, 240,000 acre a: under Irrigation ayatrm when completed, 400,000 acrea. Adjacent to irrigated land In Arizona and Im! to b« Irrigated by the National (lovernment from the tame grand Colorado rl»cr wlikh « 111 make a combined body ol more than a million Irrigated acrea. LAND AND WATER ONE AND INSEPARABLE Past, Present and Future of Arid Land Recla mation in the West A Paper Presented Before the National Irrigation Congress by David DeWitt Lawrence, Secretary of the Imperial Valley Chamber of Commerce Careful observers have noted in the fascinating study of statistic* that in the titles cf either world-wide or hemis pherical prosperity there is a well de fined tlow and ebb. hi a century's. time the Hood tide* of prosperity have been noted to average thei...

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. — 19 November 1904

AN EXPERT'S OPINION Relative Merits of Railroad Routes Considered by One Who Knows. Ex-Count)* Surveyor S. L. \\*Ard Give* Much Valuable Information on the. , Subjrci. The subject of railnvid connection with S«n lh«v«* '•• «*^er uppermost in UUe in toda of imperial j«««»'ple, and the t**M rx»utc of tir«t injji«rt.ancT — next to raiMtiw* the money. The I*ftCS4 ha« the cood fortune thu week to l>e favored with an article on that subject by a jretiUcmau of high authority, no le*s» U*an ex-County Surveyor S. L. Ward, civil enpine^r, wlichk* lons eiperienoa in the practifx* of hi? profe*^ion ha* fan»il iaritcd him with the t««|«npniphy of the county. Heine reqaested thereto, Mr, Ward has kindly consented, aiid write* ilb follows: KI>ITX3R TRES.S : Keplying to your rt>que«t for some tl)oughis iv reference to the merit* of the two proposed n>nte^ for a railrx«ad trom San Diego to Imperial I can say I have given this *nbject a p<nd deal t»f thought and years of careful in ves...

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. — 19 November 1904

MILLER'S RECORD The Times Dlgn Up a Hnd One A sen In *t Him Concernina F. M. Miller, late of llruwlfy and (Nwuhella, the Tiimn ban thin: Cleveland N..v. 1 1. — K. M. Miller, the Cashier of tin* defonct hot air bank at ('••aclielin, Inis a Imd financial record here. He wan an officer of two Instittt* Units that went tv ploces In Cleveland^ the Hii|ierior Street Havings Hank and the Northern Ohio lluilding mid l«oau Cum | any, P<Mjr investors and deposit* orn Umi heavily by these failures and there wait hot indignation against Mil l-r and the other ullicers, oik* of whom mi bnuii lieu tly committed suicide. Al though tin? two concerns were rotten from end to end, the schemers who wrecked them kept shrewdly within the law and attempts to prosecuta them criminally failed, Miller in regarded here hm v |>eunut financier, lit* worked up a business ufnoiig lubururrt uiid |«*oplu ol small iiieunH, promising them fabul ous dividend**. Miller wan former Bec'y md treai. of the defunct Cuj...

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. — 19 November 1904

I w . . FOR SaVLE \ t Windows I \ D - L U M B E Rj |& CHEAP ! S I • _, Do no! mind our knocking competitor. Sec * C Lime ° < , w hi» stixk; get hi» figures then come and sec j g Cement Whiting. We'll show you. Get our figure*. J [ ££_ Whiting Lumber and i I "» Supply Company \ j 1. 1. Wilson. Imperial Agt.. Ninth St J vHomeseekers a S I Colonists | jr| Should take advantage of the excellent Tourist Car service from f"| flj New oricans to the Imperial Settlements maintained by L>J I SOUTHERN PACIFIC | /j^^li^^s. Tor Information Write or Ask Agent, 1.1 E_EB-_K^^iJ»? 2f)l ulh S P rin X lreet - \\ LIVfRY, FEED and SALE STABLE | EVERYTHING BRAN NEW Order your ri^r br 'Phone. Sj-ecial attention jriven to I»ng DtMtAtice Drivinjr. PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD. SOUTHWELL BROS. TENTH AND H STREETS, IMPERIAL^ \ GO TO 8 I Charles W. Fernald J !; • ri jl .For B«rjjj«ln» In New and Second l| I Hand Goods of All Kindt* jj B One Frazer Cart One Top Buggy. A Heavy 3 I -2X \ \ Wagon. IONX Light 2-...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 19 November 1904

LAND AND WATIJR-OMI AND IN- Slif'AMAßli ('.•nl.iiu. .1 f 1 1. in |<.«i/<* I thu iUI« pnivfii a IftlJJQtlUtJm lalliirOi In a inciixiirn il wu* public UWttßtiMpt tln« liUfiltffl "f cunt rottllltfi prurlirnlly, ti|Niii tin* ilidtltiloll <>i •V't) man willmi tin* botindMriofl til tin* <h-iii< t. In thin fynUsiii the punioiial oloinonl on torn too luuv'y witl jicriwiittl influence too ufUin oulwufglii cx|H'ii judgniunli With tin* onorilioUi capital roTjtllsiUj to ■ticc(M<i ml in I v laiif atl va wettkiNMfl uiul thu Imk of thoroughly retitlblu uml coin* jx'i'iii uiigiiiGuni to luciitu liit<illigotitly and plan luuniiiiy ilruclurally coriect work*, COUplutJ with tin* hurt lliut only tint credit of tin; district wan liuliiihl lliu Ijondi Uaiiudi this uiiUiliiig tlioir bulo at varying und of ten di»proiiorU«»iiato ii«* urea accotinU for it all. I'urlecUHlttlong iho Hlroii^ I idea of thu nynUiin only with tnoataU} credit boh iml tlio diatrlct, fc fl« it well may In;, v...

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. — 19 November 1904

TMI£ IMPERIAL PRESS rrittiniMiTvihtTt «T mrtim, c*i . *\ IMIT.IUAI. riU'SS CO. IJVIEHED AS SRCOM> CLASS MATTER SLRSCIftPIION One Vrar • • • $I.(V> Si» Month* .... .<V> Thrr<» Months • ••**•) EUnpie Ooplet •■••■•..• ,(V\ DO NOT SEND STAMPS IN PAVMEXT RVTUKNAY. XOVKMKKK 19.1004. Thanksgiving, 24th inst. That new sidewalk looks quite civilized. RUSSIA prefers to take her med icine unassisted, and declines mediation. Good pluck, but jxnir sense. I*RESIDKNT Roosevelt sent a good letter on the reclamation of arid lands to the Irrigation Con gress. Ringing resolutions for Im perial were submitted Wednesday iv the Irrigation Congress at Xl Paso by our representative, Mr. Lawrence. . Bunker Braley, after whom our sister town of Brawley is named, is reported buying up Mohave river land, near Hes peria, for colonization. Justick is getting: a move on bersel f . An auto driver in New York has been beaten nearly to death for killing a pedestrian. Let the good work go on. GuSTAVB W...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 19 November 1904

IMPERIAL Train llmr, L.mr fur MM II.MI h 1:27 a. m.. *n4 l:«4|t. m. llm to arrive #foM 014 IlMth 7tlsa. »•• . *n>\ t .»' 11. IN. Ili4trm>lntrr«irbui Rallwuy. Train* lr.nr Inn- ri.il il.ult . fl:lu «, m Arrlv? II .Kviiir •» a. m. l.i-j«- lli.lmiir 4ailr, II a. in. Aline lir>r'»»-«l !»:'•• a. >" WATIiK COMPANY NO. I It in hereliy nnlerutl by the l«.;ir«l of directors of "hnj»erial WattT Company No. I tlmt thi« l ui|M*riul I'ruiw be rvcog* ciiwtl us the olllclal organ of Maid com* finny, unit lh«» wcrelary is hihtnuii-d to cause to he published in said new*pn|>er without cont, tIKJ iniuuteH uf all the iriuetiiigff of the directors and Mt4K'k lihlilitw <<{ saiil roiiiitany. Adoirted by the (»oArd of directors of ImperiAl Wat«*r Company No. 1, July L\ |iH):i. It. I). McPherrin. S<*r. The Thelina dining room i*j electric ligbUxl. The Hotel Tbclma ItAS been electric lighted. Mr. Maydote of Siltbee warn in town Saturday. Kre«( Kiiierson has returned from a trip to I&...

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. — 19 November 1904

[Valley Meat Market Ja 4iS. ly | All Kindji of Kiml Claw Frfslt, Salt and Smoke^l Meul* at tbo j] LOWEST CASH PRICED. .8 RliOdci 1 R«Uoranl BuiMinjr. Im|H-rinl Avenue. Ij f page's Imperial Creamery J H Now has receiving stations at Hcbcr, y Brawlcy, Holtville and Calcxico. Deposit your cream there and it will be attended to. Butter is on the rise and it will pay you to send in all the cream you can. 1 W. B. HAGE. JAY O. COOPER, I Proprietor Manager and Butter Maker jw %^ Adolf frese Optical Company! l^\\* Successor* to Adotph Frexeand Hrain Harms Optical Co. Wy>\ 12650U ™ SPKINO srisirr los anouli-5. cal Manufacturers ami dealers in > * s *' Optical. Mathematical, engineering and Scientific Instruments Surveyors, Draughtsmen's and Architects' Supplies. Drawing Instru-' ments and Materials. Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Mail Or&eri Prompt!? Attended to Send lor catalogue «n.J price ll* ; B**t Faeilitie* for Hei«airinj: Instruments of Precision of any Kimi. ri mr— "■■■■■.■,;' ■...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 19 November 1904

§ IMPERIAL BAKERY ] Q HINHYO. KIMKfH.MIIOP, W § Wholesale and Retail Baker S b NINTH ST. THY OUR OOODS J> ♦ *♦*♦• ♦ «^*«*> ♦ ♦ -«•:•«► ♦ -•+O* ♦ I Brown's Express and ! * l». A. It ru* 11. |'r<»|» M.IIIII I'ur. Ninth I A nmi linix-rl.il A \e. "IMi..m.- M . « I '». A J. TtnoUmL^ huh). AY »til»lilf. Alli.r. T a ■>•»* carefully •ticitilml i». Trunk* Z y ••••ml: 2SC • nimiili. w ♦^^♦- ♦ <«*»> ♦ ♦ -••:••► ♦ <**»> ♦ F. KOETSCH Carpenter and Builder BfltinmUMj Kiirniitlied, Work promptly uU<mhli-<| to. Ad.lr««H PuMt 0111 c« Box 141, Ini|M>rial, Californin, MITCHELL 6c HOLT P.O. Box 61. Imperial Contradors for Land Leveling, Grading and General Work Land Smoothing, Ditch- ing, <&c. Contour Plan or Otherwise. EDGAR BROTHERS. mperial Avenue Dairy Fresh milk delivered to any oart of the city twice daily W. BISHOP, Proprietor SEED CORN Ot-ir Seed (irowH JOHNSON & MIiSSER SEED CO. 11 3 N. Main, Los Angeles. f*or all classes of BRICK WORK see HARBOUR &a...

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. — 19 November 1904

1.1-UAL AOVORTISUMENTS. OES£RT LANO. FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUOLICATION. iVnaitnifnl .if the Ini«-t»«»r, t*nit*d J*iate* I*»od OflSce. l^orn Angrlr*. Cal.. tM«»*f IT, l<*>*. Nolle* I* hrrebv (itto that WILLIAM CRAWFORt*. of Oniar»<% Cal.. ha* hle*l iwMw* of latrntion to make |^»vl «n t»i* »lr*»rt land claim Nn. \M<*. for the MV \ !*e*-. 10 and NW « % !*r<. !.«>. T«i |». U ?*. H 1« K. S. U- M . br»»»f* K»c- Utri and Kr*«-»*rr at Lo« Antfflr*. Cal,. co ttr,! fl ,i.'.j,. the iV.I A»% of Noirmher. I***. Ili> name* the -..,.... ■..- i - •unr»«e« l»» iiote the complete in. (ration and re* Um*n»« »»l *->»d land: _ , , w O. R. Crawford, of Ontari«v Cal.: J<*ha CrawfArd. of Ontati<», Cal.; Atf«c« Crawfc*d, nf Ontario. Cal.; W. W. Ma*ten. ol Ira^nal, Cal ■ Tboma* John»«»n, of !.«•• Antfrlr*, val. A.J.CKVH»KMIANK. Re«»»ter. oct 23-B<»v l« OESERT LANO. FINAL PROOF — NOTICE FOR PUOLICATION. IVraMmeni of the Interior, I'mtrd State* Land Oihce. Lo« Abi;*l*». CaL. ...

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. — 19 November 1904

' — Hotel Imperial IMPERIAL, - - CALIFORNIA MRS. LAURA WATGRS, I'rop. ! Free 'Buss to and from All Trains * The Town of SILSBEE California, f In the ires tern portion of the lui]»erial Valley there are *evernl "3Jv )>eautifiil fresli water lake.i, each covering"^ half Hcctioirof land, more 77$ -Jii or l«r«*H. Them} lakes are from 15 to 20 feel'in depthifandarewell stock* X etl with Heli. Blue I^ike i» the fliieatbiieof the group. It in about thr«i ; quart- ?)\ eraOfa mile in length by half a mile in width. It in Hurrouiuled l»y a jac \£, yigoroiiri growth of treeu that furnidh x\ very pleasant t>liiide that in very ~%\ accepUiblu in HUiiimur. Around thin lake there luih been laid out a boulevikrd !-<• feet in width that will hooii Ih* Krudtni, thtiH forming a -iic bcautifnl sluuled drive for aU'iit two and oue*half miles in length] \£ >Jv On the eiwt aide of the lak«? thwre li;i- been platted the town of ?fc Silflbec*, that \h destined to IHTotne the pleasure resort of t...

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. — 19 November 1904

I IMPERIAL LANDS 1 M Dr. ChorlCS Lombord jaid: "Willis George Emerson is both sufficiently competent nnd worthy to become fljt v) the successor of Teddy Roosevelt in 1908." \>* [!j X X X X X if [II ..... 1 !•: Willis George Emerson said: "National Irrigation is a possibility in 30 days, a probability in 60 days and i;f M a certainty in 90 days." He said also that Anthony H. Hcbcr was one of the [}l jw . grandest characters of the Pacific Coast. 'ijl *•* ■» ' «•" «•" '•'* '•'* Xv yi *%> +y ** *%« ++ fjjj |ij Hloti, AnthotiV H. Hcber said: "I regard National Irrigation as a certainty within 30 days." IMP $ ~ f fS X X X X X Mi y\ These men may be over-sanguine; nevertheless, we do believe National Irrigation is a certainty in the near future. Hence we advise |[| |? everybodyto come a running to buy Imperial Lands from ft i ■■...._ - .. i I * f win. msm I*3 c"^ a^WMBMMWa [J B£l e^ JbS i^^a n vk JmgW ■Hk HV LJ ' 1 HOTEL HOTEL THELMA 1 I THELMA dining room | y fig Regular Meals or S...

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. — 26 November 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL IV. P «bll thrd at tfw cmUf of th« f r«at«*l IrrtgaUd tet r Uor y tn AmrrUm. In tk« lw«r t of I h# Colorado U—tX, %mn DtefO coanty. r Sou Xhmn California . 67 »«« t Mow the level of the —m. Under prat* •nt canal*. 2lo,oo0 acrtf i motor Irrigation fystem wtM compUUS, 400,000 4cr*a. Ad\ac*nt U Irrlcatcd lind in Arizona and laod to bo lrrtfaUd by th« HJti*rmt $ <imv*rnm*at from tnatamo grand Colorado rlvar which wlllanaka a coanMncd body of aaorc than a million Irritated acres. HIGH OFFICIALS HERE Senator Bard and Officers of Reclamation Service Inspedl Canal System Daily Reports of Water in the Main Canal to be Published in the Los Angeles Papers Sunday night there arrived in thin city Senator Thomas It. Hard, and a nuiulterof Reclamation Service officials who have been in attendance and taking m noteworthy part in the Irrigation Con grcas at Xl "l't»s«». Their r»ur|K>se Ik: re wan to familiarise themselves with the actual conditions existing in the* Im p...

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. — 26 November 1904

PROJECT PROGRESSING Attorney General Will Render Decision On Imperial Matter Soon Wm. E. Smylhe Returns From« El Paso— States that California District Irrigation Loan is to be Adopted in Other States With Important Provision William E. Smythe arrived hut night I from El ra*o, w here he attended Uie j National Irrigation Congress. In an j interview with the Sun today he ?aid that the congress wa* in every way a pnecew and that it* results would be far reaching in effect. I Mr. Smythe was a»ked as to the pres ent utand'ing of the Imperial project. In rw|«onse he said: "From a full un derstanding of the matter, I will say that I believe the government will con trol the irrigation works in the Im perial Valley in a comjiaratively short lime, and tliat water will be furnished to pettier* at reasonable rates. "The at tornry general of the United States now ha* in Stand two important « questions relating to the pioject. One is a proW^t from the povernment of j Mexico as to the division of ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 26 November 1904

JUDGEMENT FOR MILLER $290 Awarded the Plaintiff In flraw ♦ ley I'ji.HturiiKc Difficulty 'Him run of A. H. Milh-r, ..f Miller A I*ea«ley, cattlciiMMi, vn. Clint. It. VVores, both partial ii| Hrawley, wiih tiird bo« furo Jttitleo lloffniau at Calexico Mofi* • lav. Tliunult wim brought by Miller ntraiiiHl Wofei for |L".»',» iluiitflKCfl on ac count of having faih'd to pro|>erly pan* line I'W head of cattle, the pn»p<rty of thu plaintiff, and origltttttlv came up at Hrawley, hut uhh transferred to Cat exico on a chauue of venue. The trial wan attended by a larue llUfllberiif Hrawh'y |»copl<! and hinted alt day and until 8 o'clock in the even* hi)t. The jury retired but failed to agr<M* until 1 oVliK'k at ni^bt. Judk'inent hum for $250 ditliiageff for thu plaintiff. lawyer TlioiiuiH of Imperial, repre* iMMiteil the prosecution and Chandler of Hrawley, the defense* A Traffic Suggestion Th«* lin |t«*r iul I'iikmm DSAR Sum: Why would it not In? a k<xml plan to fix ti|* the ro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 26 November 1904

! XV A Fo^ SALE 3 I p~» LUM B E R 357 CHEAP | S j- Do not mind our knocking competitor. Sec j 8 his stock; get his figures, then come and sec * I Cement Whiting. Well show you. Get our figures.; iSiw Whiting Lumber and \ >• Supply Company | t Store Glass •■ I. L Wilson, Imperial Agt., Ninth St i SHomeseekers % $ Colonists S I Should take «dranta(?e of the excellent Tourist Car service from fj New Orteans to the Imperial Scttlemcnb maintaincti by Jj SOUTHERN PACIFIC $ /tf&flifw^kk pprr ° r Jntormation Write or Ask Agent, I.J ufl^^flK^ 261 South S P rin X Street « \-\ LIVERY, f EtD and SALE STABLE I " EVERYTHING BRAN NEW •v Order yoar rig by 'Phone. Special attention given to Ixing Distance j - t Driving. PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD. " SOUTHWELL BROS. / ' TE^a*M AND H STREETS. IMPERIAL. GOTO I Charles W. Fernald \ » . j | For Oorjielris In New ««d Second 1 1 Hand Goods off All Klnda I [I One Frazer Cart. One Top Buggy. A Heavy 3 I-2X ( j) Wagon. IONX Ught 2-Horse Wagon. 3 Sets of j I...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 26 November 1904

HOLTVILLE Hi iris liom t!»r Mlrctric I lub o/ the lm| timl Valley C.ipt. mil Mrs. Pi4ttoii were visitors to lui|MDrial Wednesday. King L. Kemlle moved into hi* now ■lore building Nitunluy. Mr. Smith liun jiint uiove>l into bin iiewly constructed hoiiKs mar lloltville. \ Henry Klatt has closed out bin affairH here and l.v for SauU Burharu Wednen day. An account of the lowa Thanksgiving Ruiiidoii will Ihj found in another coliiinii. 4 I. W. Oleason it Heeding 1 7-'» acres on bin ranch along the line of the lloltville Intemihan R. X., to wheat. Mr«. F. N. Chaplin, a«f*i»*taut secre* taiy of Water 00. N«». h, will be at the |H»»toilice to receive iisscsstiieiits Friday iiiorniug I '••«•. 'J, and Tuesday moruiug Dec. 0. Social Dance The young |K*opUj are making pro|»ar atioiiH fur a daucu Saturday night in Si'heiu'k'* new ntore hiiilding. A sjiec ial train will run frou lni|>erial. fare probithly one dollar for the round trip. The I m |**i ial l'ai.«i will give a short concert and ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 26 November 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS rvftt.tfttttn««tvin»«ft AT iwr*»t«i.c*i~. •» IMPEKIAL PRESS CO. ENTERED AS SECOND CI.ASS MATTER SURSCWPTIOX On* Year • • • • 1 1. 00 Bix Month .ft) Thrrc MonU.a .... .!L*i Flnple Copic* • • .05 DO NOT SEND STAMPS IN PAVMB.VT •#- w.uh tfc* »sbcrirtlMi d.t . #o >»ur t*p*r. RATURDAY. NOVBMDKII 20.1^1. THE PRESS SOLD The Imperial I'kkss has been $»i)ld to Messrs. Frank N. Chap lin, F. G. Havens ami S. J. UJrey of this city, Gco. W. Both well of Los Angeles, and J. G. Kllis of Brawley, under whose manage ment and control it will hereafter appear. Tbe>«? gentlemen need no introduction. They are all prominently identified with the upbuilding of the valley, prosper ous and influential citizens to whose good work Imperial owes much of what it already is, and from whose liberality and enter prise in this new venture the pub lic has much to expect. The purchasers represent the mo>t prominent interests of the ptat Imperial Valley and are tndenti fied with it since ma...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 26 November 1904

IMPERIAL fraln Mm*. l.r wr for « »|.l llr.icli .1:17 a. m., ami 1:40 p.m. l»ur in jrn%r fr.mi fi|<l llr.u li 7 : 1 Sm. in., anil I:«A p. in. ________ Holtofflnlrnirban UmUwmy . Tutim lr..»f liiii-ri.il 4*\\},HlUt*. m. Arrive ll<ill*llM 1 m, m. \#ah* 11..h» ill- <I.<ilt , II a. m. Arrl»<« ImprrUl M:St a. in. King L. Kendlo of Holtvillu, wait v vi»itoi U$ Imperial Monday. Our old friend M. Robinetl, lately of thu Valley, in now atTularu. Alfulfu nuoil. It i« here. Tooiney. Nov. |O-tf. 7 Clifford Ptttilin ipent Thanksgiving ut hm home in U»i Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. D. I). Pellett of Braw hsy were visitors here Sunday. Born— To Mr. and Mr*. Chaa. F. Perry, of Helwr, a m>u, Nov. 12. &um\ OuUt, choice lot Texas red. uov. ll)-tf N. Ijtndsbcru of Holier was among the spectators of the Thauksgiying ball game. Chus. JiHtico and littlo son are home from a viutt in linperial.— Kacondiilo Advocate. Kd i tor .Stanley, of the Imperial Val ley NewH, returned from isau Diego lyed...

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