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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 8 June 1901

AT IMPERIAL TOWNSITE Continued from llmt page head of cattle are kept on the range near the lake. Our townsman, Dr. Hurdick, of the Countj Kami, lun a claim of 320 acrcw near thin fine ihcCt of water that will, with Cameron lake, be |»eruiaiientty tilled from the irrigation canal that will pa«« thin way. The »un wan approaching the ■urn mit of the mountain range to the wc«t« ward when we headed for Imperial, 8 miles dUtaiitt This fine body of land Iwtwcen the Halton and New river, which we again crotted, will be the fimt to recieve the water, which it Is believed Will be turned into the din- I ritiuting ditches by June 15 of thin yea* 1 . All the way going and back to Imperial the land wan the same rich •tedimeut deposit from the Colorado river. A remarkable feature of the country over which our 50 mile drive of today took us Was the small area of wantc land. We know of no portion of California that has any thing near »o little in an equal area of territory. Our day's journey ended ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 8 June 1901

6 Women Must Sieap. Avotd Norvouo ProntrnHon. \1 v*»u nrv danjremu^ljr Mck what i* tho firxt duty ol your phjmlcUn ? He cc t \. <T v the tttrfOttS fy^tom. he deadens i thr pain, ftrsd you *Wp well. Y«»u ouprht to kn«iw that whrnyoti c«v»*rd to be rrfrular In yt»ur r»»ur*e», (trovr irrit^Mo without cause. »nd paa.s Uccplcks ntffhts, there is fccrious MCI. IUOTIXT. trouble frcraewhcrv. and nervous prt>*« tratinn is !»urv to follow. You oujrht to know that indication, exhnu&tion, womb di^placvmonW. fainting, dizziness, headache, and backache send the nerves wild with affrijrht. ami you cana»>t sleep. Mrs. Hartley, of \V. Conjrrv,ss St.. Chicajro. 111., whose portrait we pub- lish. iufTcrvii nil these ajronies. and tvas entirely cored by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound : her cata should bo s. vecminjr to other*, and her cure carrj conviction to the minds of cvo:y s:i.Ti v r:cj: vrr<mi:n of the un« fr<!iu^, vf.::"«-;jcyof I. rula L. I'lnkLiu.'j j Vegetable Comp...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 8 June 1901

imperial Press Saturday, June 8, tool FIVE MEN HANGED BY MOB Men Lynched Were Charged With Petty Larceny and Burglary L>nchfM Put kopii About Piiioner'i Net hi and \)t*s Hum to Bridge Over P.ti K>v«— A $5000 Reward LIKLLR. Cal.— Five men wore lynched nt l.c kout, Modoc county. The men lynched wive: Calvin hall. 72 yearn old; tit h three half 'breed sons, Frank, James and Martin, agt'd respectively 20, 111 and 10 yearn, and 11. I). Ynntls, age«l L' 7 years. An reported here, the men lynched had been Hunpccted of petty stealing for soroo time. I«ant Saturday they were arrested for stealing barb wire. pieces of harness, and some hay fork*. A ttcnrch warrant was. lssued and tho harness und forks found in tho houses of Hall and Van tin, who were, taken Into custody and brought to Lookout, whero they were held awaiting exam ination and trial. Sunday and for several days follow ing other searches were Instituted, and halters, dishes and table cloths which hud been taken from clothes ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 8 June 1901

8 I [DoYouWantal^ Galiforn¥| I % At the Government Price of $1.25 per Acre? || f§ With the best water right in the world at the lowest price ever offered? g» I These can be had nowhere but in the * I IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT § %■ In the Eastern part of San Diego County, California * :£ * The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Diego counties in Southern California and extending 1 'g *& down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado River. 3f£ The Imperial Setttlcment is located < n this delta, and comprises about five hundred thousand acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and . *jv *R can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. 320 acres can be taken up by each person under the *jv desert land law. and residence on the land is not r...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 15 June 1901

VOL. I. LIKE THE VALLEY OF THE NILE Now a Portion of the Great Des ert Will be Watered and Made Fruitful With Waters of the Colorado J, A. Johnson, garden and ranch edi tor on I/o* Angeles Herald, who visited thi»» region recently, tells of the Im|M.*r ial country in the following well chos en words: It is no doubt true that among our seventy <*I<l millions of people not in 're than a th<uis;tii'l or two arc vet View of Headgates of Imperial Canal from above the Gates, taken at the time of opening, Tuesday, May 15, 1901. aware that we shall probably soon have our own Kgypt and our Nile, an well .in our Italy in the United States. However, it i* only thirty yearn since California was first known a» "our new Italy," when we began to discover that our climate and products were practically identical with those of Italy. At that time I was editing the Santa Barbara Press, and the traveling peo ple who came to sjM-nd their winters there were quite carried away with de light to fi...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 15 June 1901

2 Imperial Press SHurJay. June is, iqoi PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condensed Report of the ImporUnt Htppeningi During the Week A $269-Nusset Found in the Recent Klondike Qan-up— A Lons*horcmin Shot— Tht Pension Report. Etc OLYMPIA. Wash.— The governor has issued a proclamation calling for an extra session of the legislature to meet in OlympU. The special session Is for the pur pose of amending tfte law passed at the recent «*sion of the legislature providing that all death sentences *hall be executed in the state peni tentiary- . . .«. i. Vn«!e.r the provisions of the law. v is claimed that all murderers under sentence will be set free under the present act. SEATTLE. Wasta.-Ttae Times saya: A giant nugget worth $!** was found In the recent washout on American Hill. Klondike. ' Today.' reports from the north Indicate exceptionally lively times in all the creaks. The clean-up of I*ol is in full swing, from all parts of the camp come reports o* water running freely and claim own ers taking ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 15 June 1901

Th« Mm |»r««rrlptlon for Malaria. c him ar><i frvf r i, a l^.ttl# t.f <;, . % , ■« («»(«. l»ia Chill Ti.nl*-. II It limply lrt»n •fid <i>f-<. m • In * » !<■'« .. „f. mii. No cur»»— r»o |ay, l'rl<« U)o. piIMU-U. -It 1 WBIII 111 l III! Ji •»— ' '■ Hl' ..■•lll II M Illlliton— "Now. In India, (Jreat Itrlt- Illn mnlntaltiN n COfpl of war ele phant! which n/«« (mined to march In Hlngle flle." HllkliiM — '•'Mint would be nort of n trunk lln<., wouldn't It?"— Ohio Htate Journal. If you wlhli to keep in tomb with new thing In photography «übscrlbe to rnmero Craft, the be«t photographic Journal In the world. 33) Butter Stree t, San FrarirlHco. Cal. Hob — The «lrl I'm enguged to nays I'm a brick. Hoy— I I'm! Probably tbnt h bOcatiM you threw youritrlf ut her feet. — Phil-! ji.Mphia Bulletin. Tali' {.Aiatlvr I'r. •!>.. Qulnln* Tablet*. At ttruffßlM* ir'ii-, i the ii.' f.« y If It fall* to cure, i; \V. Orovo't •Ignaturv i» on <ach box. £«. i TO Ct'ltK A COLD IN O...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 15 June 1901

4 Imperial Press Published every Saturday at Imperial, San DUgo County, Cat. I. ■■ .1 i , „.—... fjrnry C. H«d, (idlter and ttISHSQfr SUBSCRIPTION: 0»e \t# .... $USO ShMMtki J5 Al>l>K!-:SS: lumaiAt PkKSS, Imper ial. San Diepx> County, Calif. Saturday. June 15, Wl. HEADGATES OF IMPERIAL CANAL ARE PERFECTION The past ten days have been a severe test for the head gates of the Imperial canal. Hut while the test has been a severe one, it has been most satisfactory in ev ery respect. The headworks and canal, although new and fresh, remained uninjured throughout the recent heavy floods of the Colorado, withstanding the se verest strain to which they could be subjected. The California Development company had built a strong levee between the river and the canal to keep out any floods even at the high water mark, and had exten ded the levee to the south to pre vent any ordinary flood water from entering the Salton chan nel. For several days, however, the river was at a point which se...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 15 June 1901

Qtestlons and Answers Relative to the Colorado Delta •I 1. Where in the l»«*t place to lo cate? a On the Colorado Delta. <| 2. What is a delta/ a Consult a school geography. q .1. Where in the Colorado delta? .i On the went side of the Colorado river, in Han Diego County, California. q 4. Does the Colorado delta over flow? v No, only clone to the streams. q 5. What ts the nature of the soil? a It in what in known an a sedimen tary or alluvial depo*ttc. q 6. What is the nature of the cli mate? a It in arid. q 7. How can I procure the laud? a By taking it under the Desert Land Actor the Homeiitcad Act. q H. If the country i* arid, how can crops be grown? a My means of irrigation. q 9. How can I procure water for irrigation? a Hy buying shares of stock from the Imperial Laud company. q 10. At what price doen the com pany acll water stock? a At present, It is selling at $11.25 l>er acre, on cany terms. q 11. In thU then the only co*t of water? a No, you will be required to pay an ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 15 June 1901

6 Our Working Girls. Ufc t/> thr most f nrored i* not altta rs foil ol jtunshine. but I/O the arrnur* Arorrican j?irl or n-om.in who i» obliprd to tvork for her livinjj. »n«l. |vrhap» tn help Oiberi ftt home, life I* often a hoATy dmtf in n^niNxjuenee of illnewc Women who work, e^jwially those, who ure coavUintlr on their feet, are peculiarly liable to the development of orjjnnie trouble*, and f^ould par- ticuUrly he^d the first m.inlfestAtion.*, »urh «*<»aekiirhe. pAin» in the lotrcr limta and lower part of the *tomiwh, irregular and painful monthly period*. 3Jxm v.:.:.k D^i^\r». II Bocamn, Oaio. f&intncsf. rreakncaA, loss of appetit* and sleep. The youiijj lady whose portrait wo publish herewith" had all the*e symp- U>SCS, and in addition leueorrhocA, and wa* cunxl by Lydia K. l*inkhaxa's Vepetable Coa»px.»und- First, she xrrote a letter to Mrs. I*inkhani*s lab- OTSktory at Lynn. Ma~«ok. de^oribinff her trouble, received in reply accurate in- tUnctions what to do to p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 15 June 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, June is, ifjoi TORNADOES IN OKLAHOMA Farm Houirs md Cn p» in Kay County Dimiijcd Windmill} Swept Away and Heavy Loss to Insurance Companies — Death in the Tratk of the Twiitets WHICH ITA. Kans.— June B.— The most disastrous storm which has ever visited Oklahoma prevailed In Kay county lint night. A tornado struck UllllngH, Eddy and Tonawa. and Its Influence covered a stretch of country ten miles wide ami thirty-six miles long. The following Is the list of fa talities at Eddy: Nearly every farm house In north western Kay county Ih more or leas In jured; not n windmill has been left standing, and tho faco of the country Is covered with debris. Blnckwell suf fered considerably. Practically every piece of glass In the city haß been broken. If the dnmnges reported are correct Including the loss to crops from wind and hall. It will he more than $100,000. The tornado was worst at Eddy, where Boh McGlffln was killed and hla mother fatally wounded. A telephone messag...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 15 June 1901

8 I JDoYo^ California [ I |§ At the Government Price of $1.25 per Acre? S ~|g Withjjie bqrtjater right in_the_worlj[ jj_J! I< Ll owest price ever offered? §1 I These can be had nowhere but in the $ 1 . I 1 IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT $ Itt tHe Eastern part of San Diego County, California |jjr * i 5 * I . S * The Colorado Del la, located in Riverside and San Diego counties in Southern California and extending ~£ down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000. (KM) acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past fjj ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado Kiver. 7^ 3j£ The Imperial Settlement is located <n this delta, and comprises about five hundred thousand *& acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and *fe can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. 320 acres can be taken up by each person under the ** desert land law, and residence...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 22 June 1901

Imperial Press. VOL. 1. ON THE COLORADO DESERT EDITORIAL LETTER BY W. S. MELICK, OF THE PASSADENA NEWS, WffO WAS HERE The greatest irrigation and colonis ation project in America is now being developed on the plains bordering the Colorado river, near Yuma, in the east ern part of San Diego county, Califor nia and Mexico. The waters of the great river are, through engineering skill, capital and labor, being taken out on the fertile arid plains. There colonistrsettlers are getting homes and lands under the favorable terms pro vided by our government to its cit zens. All of last week, in company with fifteen other newspapermen, as guests of the Imperial Laud Campany, I had the privilege of visiting and inspect ing the developments now being made in that new section of the great south west. Bes'*«:a the trip to and from Yum- ° n tne Southern Pacific rail • oad, we wentoveir 150 miles by boat and by coaches across that strange country. It was a itrip filled with in teresting incidenVs. B...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 22 June 1901

2 Imperial Press Saturday, June 15, 1901 < PACIFIC COA&I ITEMS A Condensed Report of the Important Happenings During the Week Marshal Handcuff* the Man Who Shot Him —Children Roasted in Burning Barn — San Francisco* Children— Mrs. Lanker sham's Will— A Printer Seriously Hurt Woodland — Andrew and Fred Kra mer, aged respectively four and three years old, lost their lives near Madi son in a tragic manner. They were roasted alive in a burning barn in which they had been playing with matches. A horse was also burned. Salem, Or.— At St. Paul John Kelly shot and seriously wounded Frank Lambert, the town marshal, in a diffi culty over a private road. The bullet penetrated just under the right eye, inflicting an ugly wound. Lambert, unaware of being shot, lenocked Kel ly down and handcuffed him. San Francisco.— The school census of this city and county, just completed, gives the total number of childreo be tween the years of 5 and 17, at 82,173. an increase of 2619 over the figures o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 22 June 1901

Stopttha Cough ■nd Work! off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets cure a cold In one day. No cure, No pay. Price 23 centi. Tess— l hear Clara Strongmind has asked you to be her bridesmaid. Jess— Not at all. She asked me to be her "best woman." — Philadelphia Press. Adam*' barftßpnrllln Pills Cure constipation, sick headaches, biliousness, dyspepsia. 10c, 25c. Drug gists. Hard Work. Employer— What's the matter will) you? Muddled Clerk— Tired; tba'sh all. "Tired, ehV" "Yesh; I been workln like a horse." "Ah. 1 sot'! Carrying a load, enY" riiiladelphia Record. Ten cent 3 buys a box of Or.scarets, but if you want a free sample and booklet, address Sterling Kemedy Company, Chicago or New York today! The geographical divisions of the L'nitfd States nre the north Atlantic gror.p, the south Atlantic group, the north central group, the south central group and the western group. Send 15 cents in stamps for "a sample of copy of Camera Craft and a large three-color picture of "Wawona." The ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 22 June 1901

4 Imperial Press Publiahed every Saturday at Imperial, San Diego County, Cal. dtnrp C. Httd, editor and manager SUBSCRIPTION: One year - - - $1.50 Six Months • ... .75 ADDRESS: Impkriai, Pkess, Imper ial, San Diego County, Calif. Entered at the Imperial, California Postoffice as second-class mall matter. ' . Saturday, June 22, 1901. Chauncy M. Depew et al, are, or have been, trying to put Mc- Kinley on the track for the third term, but if there, is anything more than another that charac terizes McKinley it is his pre-em inent common sense. Considered merely as a politician, he is probably the shrewdest who has ever figured in American poli tics. But there is more than the shrewd politician about McKin ley. He is really a man of loyal and delicate impulses, with self containment and modesty leading constituents in his character. He has served his people eight years, and has served them well. He will now retire to private life at the end of his present term. As stated in these columns...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 22 June 1901

OPPOSED TO DELAY Views Expressed by Some San Diego Business Men The Committee's Decision to Go Slow is Not Approved— San Diego Has Been Going Slow too Long Under the above caption the San Diegan-Sun of the 14th comments upon the railroad condition in the Bay city ss follows: The sentiment among the members of the general committee, regarding the want of action on the part of the sub-committee and their request for an extension of time, is almost unani mously in favor of. going slow, but this is not true among business men who are not members of the general committee. They deplore the want of action on the part of the sub-commit tee and the confirmation of that course by the general committee, and believe that good results might be accomplish by more vigorous action. A number of the merchants have expressed themselves very forcibly on the matter. M. W. Jenks, when asked what he thought of the postponement of action said: "I am very much opposed to de lay and am somewhat chagrined at ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 22 June 1901

6 Why a Woma. H Ablo to Holgt S/ok Womon WT.on Doctor* Fait* How gladly would men fly to wo- man's aid did they but understand a woman's feelings, trials, sensibilities, and peculiar organic disturbances. Those things are known only to women, and the aid a man would give is not at his command. To treat a case properly it is neces- sary to know all about it, and full information, many times, cannot be given by a woman to her family phy- sician. She cannot bring herself to tell everything, and the physician is Mns. G. H. Ciiappeix. it a constant disadvantage. This is why, for the past twenty-five years, thousands of women have been con- fiding their troubles to us, and our idvice has brought happiness and lealth to countless women in the U.S. Mrs. Chappell, of Grant Park, 111., whose portrait we publish, advises all suffering women to use Lydia E. Pink- Siam's Vegetable Compound, as it :ured her of inflammation of the ovaries *ud womb ; she, therefore, speaks from knowledge, and her e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 22 June 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, June 15, tool WILL TWICE BELT THE GLOBE Control Secured of Roads From Chicago to Pacific Morgan's Great "Community of Interest" Plan Is Achieved and Harriman and the Banker Are in Control CHICAGO,— The railroads inter ested in the Harriman consolidation with their mileage are "^ojg™ Road June 30, 1899. Atchlson. Topeka & S. F 6,946 Southern Pacific 7,614 Union Pacific «.«» Northern Pacific *•»«« Chicago, Mllw. & St. P 6,191 Chicago, Burl. & Quincy 7,180 Missouri Pacific 5,324 Great Northern »."• Chicago & Alton »« Wabash • z«z «^ b Total mileage ,•••:• 50 ' 515 That the Harriman combine has se cured control of the Chicago, Milwau kee and St. Paul, and that a composite agreement has been made to perfect a community of interests among roads with tracks enough to twice belt the globe, is generally accepted in rail road, circles. The sudden departure of Mr. Harriman for the Bast, ac companied by President John M. Mit chell of the Illinois Trust a...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 22 June 1901

Do You Want a Home Zl^l Southern California At the Government Price of $1.25 per Acre? With the Pest water right in the world at the lowest price ever ottered? These can be had nowhere but in the IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT In tHe Eastern part of San Diego County, California The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Diego counties in Southern California and extending down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado River. The Imperial Settlement is located <n tbis delta, and comprises about five hundred thousand acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land a^i "can be taken up under the desert land law xk the homestead law. 320 acres can be taken up by each person under the desert land law, and residence on the land is not required. • Tb.is liberal law is liable to earl...

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