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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 31 December 1904

dage's Imperial Creamery Now has receiving stations at Heber, Brawley, Holtville and Calexico. 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. W. B. HAGE, JAY O. COOPER, Proprietor Manager and Butter Maker \.-\ GRAND PRIZE B s St. Louis Exposition H ! :^>J|, Exclusively awarded the > I^9 I CREAM SEPARATORS I Wlim Every Highest Award at Every rail Wms International Exposition for L5l g^fll Twenty-five Years. BUI Kj3 Send for Catalogue and name cf nearest Local SI gent. Kgjl H DE LAVAL DAIRY SUPPLY CO. H EMI 9-11 Drumm St., San Tr-ancisco p>#| »»^ 107 First St., Portland 112 £eco d A ye., South, Seattle Wt^* Rhodes' Restaurant »S§ DISTILLED WATER A ¥ cvirA Furnished Free with all Meals W/YL* tV^Vl WVJ Lewis Hollandsworth CALE F X^ ™ V E AND First-Class Rigs and Good Stock. Hay and Grain for Sale. Particular Attention Given to all Stock Left in My Care. Los Angeles Lithographic Company Blank Books...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 31 December 1904

| IMPERIAL BAKERY j |jj HENRY G. KERKER. PROP. tf | Wholesale and Retail Baker 1 $ NINTH ST. TRY OUR GOODS J $ Brown's Express and $ * BAGGAGE DELIVERY i i D. A. Brown, Prop. Stand Cor. Ninth I m and Imperial A ye. 'Phone Res. 159. A .3. Trunks 25c in city, 35c outside. All or- T fders carefully attended to. Trunks 21 stored: 25c a month. y ♦^♦^♦^♦^-♦♦^♦^►♦^♦»>+ F. KOETSCH Carpenter and Builder Estimates Furnished. Work promptly attended to. Address Post Office Box 141, Imperial, California. MITCHELL & HOLT P.O. Box 81, Imperial Contractors for Land Leveling, Grading and General Work Imperial Avenue Dairy Fresh milk delivered to any part of the city twice daily F. W. BISHOP, Proprietor For all classes of BRICK WORK see HARBOUR & PETERSON Estimates furnished. Three years ex- perience in the valley. Registered Shorthorn Durham Bulls MILK STRAIN, HIGHLY BRED Will Trade for Other Stock TILLER BROS. IMPERIAL g Trees! Trees! | 1 Call at the IMPERIAL I I VALLEY NURSERY | * oppos...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 31 December 1904

Farmer's Corner Hogs on Alfalfa. In raising hogs on alfalfa you are right in suggesting that much depends upon soil, natural moisture conditions, water or irrigation, etc. But if one knows how many hogs can be raised under certain conditions, then he can form a pretty good estimate of whatcan be done under other conditions. And as I tell the farmers here at our institutes that it is their experience we want and not their theories, I will give you my experience. I have some very definite experience extending over five years in raising hogs on alfalfa. The soil is a deep sandy loam, having a fair amount of alkali, and therefore you see not exactly sandy. It holds moisture well and has had two irrigations a year, one about February, and one about June. The Alfalfa re mains green through the hot summer and grows well until September, when it grows but little until rain comes in the fall. The land would produce five tons of hay in a summer if it were not pastured at all. There is plenty ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. fwiwrSiSifif'Tii'i-iw ■i_ r ~ir?''^'Tm f^-'^'KfF7™'T!l!!K'il'%*''*il m ''t* I"*H*'iT(r "' "ff"",'* "lT" T" '"i" 1"1 "— 1 ;-"H'*"W" 7 T'TfrT ' -~i-: z- •* =--■ - ■■'iMß»i.jiij-^y».-.iy.^.j. r*f'yT"U"'T ' .".'ii'ir*"iii'"' .i"iT"'i"'~T'%iPTi7^gr*'"Tf gLV 'Tr ] ' I "ff' 'V T""^7rT:7T"VTft. ' \X' I " ! Br""TWTnt7*Ti ll T"TtnE 'V^WfT'nGt XS!.-V m 's i"3niT'T'Sr"!S''"ff"T'"il " W '"'fll'. ■!'."■ '■ST"/ " iffrß*"3™lH"ff "'lt"?.. T"\ *ff '"I.*"! " i """""*"'"7*Tf"*"T*'Tr*iy Published at the center ol the greatest Irrigated territory ln America, In the heart of the Cotoradodetert, san Diego county, Southern California, 67 feet below the level of thatcs. Untor prae •nl canal*, 24o,ooo nereis under Irrigation lyitemwhrn completed, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated land In Arizona and land to b« Irrigated by tha National Government from theaam* grand Colorado river which will make a combined body of more than a million Irrigated acre*. THE FIGHT FOR ELECTION OF D...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

YUM A PROJECT An Editorial Taken from the Los Angeles Saturday Post The Imperial Private Enterprise must be Eliminated to Secure the Grand National Development of Resource in the Colorado River Valley The create?! deTcloptnent w».tk now planned for Southern California And I*** Angeles ta that for using the Colorado riter on the ariil lamls near it. Thi* \* also lite greater propose*! n«»rk of de velopment in the- United State*, A moderate estimate ol the population that the Colorado valley lands with water on them will »upj*»rt i» two mil lion and a half. We believe that hve million people founder the mark. Th«-re are four placet) in the world where great river? fed liy melting anow» flow through alluvial valleys arid and desert because of no rain and an intensely hot climate. These four place* arv the valley «<f the lndij? in India, that of the Euphrates and Tisrri? in Turkey, that of the Nile i»» Kgyj.t and that of the Colorado river in ihe United State?. The us* of these river...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

Socialist Column Tho nwnitM' working nmii nnd cftpcci nily tho (aniKT in no htiifiy producing noniPtliiiiK thnt ho lum no timo to nnevr tnin w hat Ih becoming of lilh product, wlh-jlmt hu or Killioono cli©i K«!t« it. Tlm« nUilli'd wnu'f workcrn llftVO to n coiiiidombto oiUWit up^N-iut^i ilmmu hclv«'h loguttiur and by vnrioim devices *imv««m|«m| iii iiii«iu« tint Htiuidiird of living for ilietniolveii Tlia unskilled wn\i*' Hoikurn havo inadu many at tcmptN to do tin? BAliiu but for variotiH reasons tliuy havo not bean successful! In nil liowufur Homo U,(KM),(KK) workcri liavutfotteii together into the various trade Unions for the |nir|KMra of forcing their eiuployun to them better conditions and ft greater iili&rt) of their Own | n « I not. ThcfH} Uiiloiia have not been orvn nixed without labor, and the w<mml (hat ban l>eeu accouipliHhed wac iiotdouu by lliu workers applying them ■elves mote faithfully to production, but instead; by devoting »«»iiie time to secrecy that th«...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

CALEXICO (trim of Invml »t tSr In trnuboiut G»**ty Gty. from lta*> Calttko CtofwoUt* A. C*rr i* plastering F. KtockVf Im>um» on the CltarleboU place. T. M. lW*\«or. tvcfntlr from l«os» ' Angcle*. re|»air* watches and jewelry at l«ind*cv*t M<»re. In the l«a*elwll f*mo lust Sunday l«e two«n the SUslk* and Caloxico teams the former won by a scorv of 4 to 3. I Tho wifo and littb» daughter of engi neer P. P. MclVmald arrival fn>m l^»s ; Angelea UnUy U> visit him for a few weeks. Mr. IVck if putting up another ctU t*c«» adjoining the Methodist panmuaye j which will l«o occupied by Mr. llickson*s family, when completed. I*. B. (irea.*on, painter and j«|>er hancer of lui|H«rial ha* the job to cover , with wall paper the iot>ms of Mr. Peck's : cottage which i* the rvMdetice of Rev. Me A lien. K. J. Shaw, an artist of ability who; has been employed on a number of \*e- ' riodical:* and new«paj»>fr«, is meeting j with fair succe-** in making oil painting? ! for people he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

WARD SHOWS PERFIDY OF I. W. GLEASON Gleason's Bug-a-boo Letter Attributed to Ward Was Written By Himself and Proves a Boomerang To Escape the Odium of the Thaycr & Rankin Incident, Gleason Seeks to Befog the People. — Side Lights Upon the Million Dollar Fee of the Washington Lawyers. T.i TJiit ICiMTonor Tub Impkiiial Press: DkakSih: r.»'lin^' that my nttit n«l«* with r. ferencu to tin* various Hte|W taken l»y the Water Uneri* 1 Association in try ing t<» reach aii agre»MiHsnt with the California I Key«sh»|»iii«iit Cuni|niny look ing to government ounei>hip of the main Imperial canul system, an well an my attitude with reference to thedain n-4" claim* against the Cnlifornia De velopment Company on account of water Hhortage, wun well known to the |»eople of l iii|»eriul Valley, and needed no do feline at my hands. I have not felt call ed upon t<* make public, a rui>ly to the criticiHiio' and iiiueiidoH that have re cently api»eared in print upon this hiil> jeet. Hut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

THIi IMPIiKIAL PR!:SS »i n ntin> «»t« •n»v« «t IMfMUUCatM •« IMPKKIAi. Pi;l.S> CO. l-NH!Wi:t> AS M:COM» CI.ASS MATtI-R ftl BSCWPtIOM Ouc Year .... $1.00 Six MonUt* .... „v> Three Months .... .^s Single Copies • •**>* IX) NOT Si:M> STAMPS IN I'O WENT • #*\V«t<h thr •ut*crlrtk»n date on >«ur par*'. The number of our paid circulation will he furnished on application SATt'UDAY. JAMAKY 7. W». HOW ARE THE MIGHTY FALLEN They went forth at morn as to victory, with banners flying, j>hnncs nodding in the breeze, and countenances wrapped in smiles, glorying in the strenght of their might. They returned at dewy eve with banners trail ing in the *lust. crest fallen and vauquished--tliey had met the people, pbnaplied in the armor o( a righteous cause ami fell be fore them as the enemies of the Lord before the sword of Gideon. Pride exalte th i»self and is cast down. Thus endeth the first lesson. The Numl>er 5 election of di rectors last Tuesday has now passed into hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

IMPERIAL train time f.r.tve fur oil llr i. h 4;27 a. hi.. .iu<l 4: |A p. m. IMip li» arri»«« fr«nii Old lieu It |ii;Ua. m., und *.<> a. mi. llollun-lntrrurhan l/allwnr »J i.iln* i. nr I mi., -rial dallt. l"»> ■». »>' Am..- If.ilttlll* 11:15 .1. m. 1., t > • llottttllfl daill . 3} 15 |>. m. Arrive I'im.. n.ti *•<* .. til. ADVERTISING RATES IVr month 1 inch I 100 2to i:t Incites ( % i |»tgQ), [W inch.. .75 l.'t inclii-H ( ( 4 page) H..*V) 2ft" Inches (>, |Mig«) • i: » (XI 52 inches (full |wgw) ~ 2A.00 Bced Oats, choice lot Texas red. ii.iv. 10-tf VIE. K. Forrester left for San Diego Sunday to attend trial of the Mexican horse thief Juan Piiion. Mettxr*. Meadows, Nicols, Hoffman and Harrington were in San Diego thin. week an wiIneMSCS in trial agaitittt Juan I'inoii. Alfalfa seed. It is here. Toomey. MOV. |JI-tf. Attorney Shirley C. Ward, who lias recently returnel from New York ami Washington, wus in the Valley a few iLuys this week. 11. C. Oakley was in the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

j^marm i hi— — — s— miiii»^ssiss— Image's Imperial Creamery Now has receiving stations nt Hcber, Brawley, Holtville and Calcxico. Deposit your cream there and it will Ik* attended to. Butter is on the rise and it will pay you to send in all the cream you can. W. B. HAGE. JAY O. COOPER. Proprietor Manager and Butter Maker H GRAND PRIZED I] l.^J awarded all tho |Ejr; 1 De Laval Specialties I ||^ The Grand Prize (very highest award) for superior ; E3 merit has been conferred by the Louisiana Purchase Rigjj hlyi Exposition upon a:I the specialties that we ca..y. We I^B If*jrj arc headquarters for the I l| HIGHEST GRADE S Wm labor saving ES \M MONEY MAKING H M Dairy Apparatus in tbc World H Bfiiß A citz'.o&ic tclb all about thrm. W*M H DE LAVAL DAIRY SUPPLY CO. ■ I'tJ 9-11 Drumm St., San Francisco KS 107 F»r»t St., Portland 112 Second Avc. Soath. S*«ttl« BQ Los Angeles Lithographic Company Blank Books, Stationery and Office Supplies Highest grade Commercial Work an.l Bankers' Supplie...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

§ IMPERIAL BAKERY 1 C HINOYO. KEBKIH,P«Of. *> g Wholesale and Retail Baker g S NINTH ST. TRY OUR GOODS g $ Brown's Express and I y iiAUtudi! di'i.iviimv f 1 I». A. llniwii. I'foj.. Maud Cur. Ninth a A aad IniixrUl A«t>. MMiuiic Ke«. 159. A T TrunW«2v In city. 35c out*ldr. All or* X Z «1'«"» r-r.fullv itiifinlrd In. Trunk* * y sti'ird: L** a mimtli. V F;kbETScH Carpenter and Builder Kstinitttui KiiriiinlicMl. Work promptly »ltt"ll«l«'«l to. AtUUcM I'ohl Ofllcu Box 141, hnperial, California. MITCHELL & HOLT P.O. Bos 81. Itnpetial Contradlort for Land Leveling. Grading and General Work Imperial Avenue Dairy Fresh milk delivered to any part of the city twice daily F. W. BISHOP, Proprietor For all classes of BRICK WORK see HARBOUR & PETERSON Krttintut*!* furiiiHlit?«i. Thrve yearn ex- (erieiicci in the valley. Registered Shorthorn Durham Balls MILK STRAIN, HIOHLY BRED Will Trade for Other Stock f IMER BROS. IMPERIAL J Trees! Trees! S | ail at the IMPERIAL I t VALLEY NURSERY...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

Farmers' Corner Luther HurUink, nj»«»l famous plant l»rt*odrr of all limp, ha« orlginaUn! thr M Bpinelesa Cactus," ami *» "flied" the it rain that the now specie* will contluue iiuleHnitelv. The spineless cactii!* i« ft variety of the ordinary w«l«l cactus, known a* prickly pear, ol which there are more than two thousand •pecic*. The Spine lew Cactus on which Mr. Bur bank in \n-cn at w<»rk tl»eiM« ten years, i* not alone a cactus without ppinea. It is a luscioos, nourishing forap? plant of great »ixt and rapivl growth. It bears a fragrant flower, and it* fruit, which resembles wmewhat an anchovte in ta>te, \9 deliciou*. The acitl juice found it. the wild cactus haa been eliminated by Mr. Hurltank. An original ex|*rl of national reputa tion aswrt* that Mr. Burbank's spine less cactus will make it possible to doable the prv*ent population ••! the plobe. The c*ctu!« is relished by all kinds of stock, hor*e§, cattle, sheep, h«f:f, chicken? and other animals thriv ing on it. Mr. Bu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

Hotel Imperial IMPERIAL^ - - CAIIfORNIA MKS. LAURA WATERS, Prop. Tree 'Buss to and From All Trains ■ Mi ■ The Town of SILSBEE California, f : xz \ In the western portion of the IminMial Valley there are several £ IM-autiful frfhh water lakes, each covering a half section of land, more >?\ C or l<*f.s. Tlieno laken are from 1"> to -0 feet in depth, ami are well stock- -ii£ , ed with fihh. r Ultie I^ike is t ho finest one of the group. It in about three-«piart- 1 era of a mile in length hy half a mile in width. It is surrounded hy a \ vigorous groivtli of trees that furnish a very pleasant bliade that is very T^ * acceptable in isuiniher. Around thin lake there lias been laid out a i Ixmlevard IliO feet in width that will fodii he graded, thus forming a \ beautiful shaded drive for about two and one-half miles in length. * On the east Hide of the lake there has been platted the town of 1 Silhhee, that i?) destined to hecome the pleasure resort of the valley. / The lake being ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 7 January 1905

WARI> SHOWS IM-RriDV OF I. W. (II.IIASON CV»«<Unn»Ni ftiwn ; ' k <- 5 l.t«ori» Ass««ci.ttion iuiw (it t«> revrrw thit» rule nnd to net«»t • < t«» pay nnthln| antcM) their attorneys made tin* |»oorr»l tta«ie |*»«j»jl»)o for them, Any attempt to uphold stich n propopiUoti i« n refleC' lion npon the Intelligence of tltelbtenci or the reader. Hut, says Mr. <»lea*»»nj, the fee d<»c!* n<>t amount to anything, •>- tliere w ill v DO lurnls of any value in MciiroUpoti which the pr<<|»<'M>l ivt' of 50,000 acres ol water ripht*« can l<e u«c«l, and tliercfurc it is practically valueless. There are several p**l answers to this argument, any one of w hich i*»nmi»lc. l?t. The Unitoil States will nevei be a party to a purchase of the HcN-r ctnal M'^tein unless tl»o amount of nater to !•.•!>«•<! on the Mexican lands i? much li-»* than enough to irrigate the- good land** in Mexico that would be irrigable from the system. It follow? tli.it there ;- no...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 January 1905

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. I'uMUhed at the center ol the greatest Irrigated terrllory In America, In the heart of IlieColoradodeaert, Sin Oleifo county. Southern California, 67 ffet below the level of the Ma. Under pres ent tanal«. 250,000 acret: »mder Irrigation «y»trm when completed, 400.000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated land lr» Arizona and lan.J to be Irrigated by the National llovernment from the «ame grand Colorado river which wlllmake a combined hodyof more than a million Irrigated acre*. A DEAD ONE The Three Million Dollar Deal Advocated By the California Development Company Through Its Imperial Valley Organ The Conservative Advocated By The Corporation— The Corpora tion Advocated By The Conservatives — "Birds of a Feather Will Flock Together" since Mr. V. C. I'aulii. lee < the • ..... v ..uner of the Imperial Valley New.-, i ni journal has liecome a very *ln>ug iidviHiite of government ownership on i alifornia Development Com | mny leriMH. It" i^iif i»f January <»...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 January 1905

:»nd puhlio inTc»rt»*t rtsjuin*# that i:-*» of itn irAtrr* l«c pn'Xriited a* U'inj: dlllitofal. The object of the u\«ohition nj«|H«ar« lo Iw t.» MCeftaln what l^glihv tioii, if nny, i« tifCCMAty lo Of wn* ■in' to pr«Mnt nnd falnrt«appr\>pHat«m and tlfwm the j'< i }•. :.;.ii rt«jtit# t*> llieUM <>f tlip wfttefii of tho Colorado rivrr for irtigfttion. no vonr. *rr».URUTiv»;. M An ihoniuindfi of acresof Iwili public and . : . \ ..:■■ laih!« in W Joining, Colorado, I'tah, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona and Cdlifiiriiia. a* well m a lar>re area in Mexico are dependent utwn the c»»in« prfhendive development and utilicatinu of thi« «tri-4Ui. it would Iv inatilfcvtlv iniprxij^r t«« permit further Appropria tions by iudividuaU or corporations a* in the jtA^t. It^ranM the extntcnce of thfir itnpixt\euieut« will rvuder it tn««rv «tv) more difficult to carry itut tin* pmi^r development of the waters of the river, nnles* lVin^r«-»« lake- early acti*>u to coii'io) anil r«-i:nlat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 January 1905

IMPERIAL Irniii lime !,.-.ivc fur 'H.I ll< .trti 4:27 .1. mi., ami 4:10 p. m. Ittir lunrrivp front Old Urai li lOtlSa. in., and 11 '■ |». hi. linltiifi-liitcTiif litui Hallway. Ti.ihm \v.\\f liii|H-ri.il d.iilr. Uf.lS j. in. ,!...•■ M.mimM- 11:15 a. in. l,.Mtf llnllvillo it.olv, .1:15 |i. nt. Arrltfl lat portal 4ioi |.. m. ADVERTISING RATES IVf month I inch ♦ I .'MI 1! io 1.1 Inches O4 page), |Kjr inrb.. .7"> VA Inclu's ('4 pago) S.fiO •JoincheH(' tt pago) b r ).iH» b'2 liiches (full pagoj '^*>.<> ( > Si'ed OatH, choice lot Texas r«*d. Nov. 10-tf Alfalfa seed. It is here. T«Kimey. Nov. 10'tf. So k «d I'otatoeu. One fifty for I'M! (••Hinds., at Varney ISrok. jun 7-tf '*X M. liurleigh rifturiitnl Sunday nlglit fi ..n .ivi-it with liia wife hi I. *s Afigc'e-4. V . K. Holt s|H»nt the week in the' Valley, looking over his variotin ii.'.ii %•- -. lluiij|K)rtij every thing progivifMiiig. YO. 11. <Jlaser of San Mie^o, arrived it I M,»!iial Wedu--id.iv. Mr. (Jla-er v. il...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 January 1905

THE IMPERIAL PRESS H-Himii.nu nxu AT IMttPIH, *. »U. •» IMPKUtAL PUKSS CO. •«r Watch the nubcHptkm <Ute on >»«r r«r*'. SATURDAY, JANUARY U. I«WS. LIGHT OUT OF DARKNESS The report of the Secretary ol the Interior, published elsewhere in this paj»er, gives the fust deli nite information on the intricate questions involved in the use of the waters of the Colorado river tor irrigation pur|»oses that has ever been made public. From this report it will be seen that the water appropriation ol the California Development Com pany was invalid, and therefore on water right has ever been ac quired by anyone by the purchase of water stock in any ol the mu tual water companies. The gov ernment, however, is no* willing to make the settler the sufferer in this matter and the Secretary recommends that all those who had irrigated and beneficial 1a used water on their laiuls prior to October 1. IVOI. should be held to have acquired a j>erpetual right to water to irrigate the lands thus reclai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 January 1905

A ()UAI> ONIi < ..nilinir.i from pace 1 • leiil of very vnluahle pro|wrty ; the v iluo of all of which hitn grown U» them l.y the flettlement and improvumunt of Ihe country. We bollevo that all of II.eMJ thingH ihould Iw considered in delerminlng thu coin|Hj|iwitlon thoafl people ihould receive for the rinkH they took mid (wrvlccil they rendered in the «.irkof conquering the former deeort, ii«iw known n« the Ini|H«rial Valley. This matter ihoiiUl not Imj ilMinimedi however, without calling attention U» i c palpithle "worda of caution" printed • iii page l\ of the pa|H«r in qucHtlon. In Iliifl effusion, Mr. Taulin'M editor un i- .vor» I'Hiiu maIUTH of much moment i-> t he litock holders «»f Water Company No. I. After Hhtdding much ink in tin attack tin the people he cull* "radical*," and | jiMiihiug all kind Ho' evil Intentions to Hi. -in, and prophesying most din-fully i.vardiug what might happen Bhouldl the actual resident* in WoU;r C"U.p:iny , N .. I elect a Hoard of 1)1 ...

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