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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 January 1905

ArrlvaU at the Ihclmn May M.Thomu; Mm. \V;C6fctbyj A. t\ C«*ak, l/»n Anjwlc*; \V. A Waters : ti. A. Rlchter, Hula, Tox. jOcorgc M. l.n;:- '..U. Imj^rinl; it. HoMon, M. IVnt?., K. 1!. Forn*«t, i\ K. Fern, lloll %illc; Win. fctokwibprrT, \a* Anprle<»; K. 1. . Hat lory, San Rarnardino; L. I*. U-t, la«p Angoics; T. iVinclly; N. L Strawn. Uuln, Tex.; T. I*. Richmond ; W. X, Bowfcr, Catexico; A. K. Miller, l^ikeview; Henry l*utl«\ PPerry?»;i v ?»; V. fiant, i'alexirt»; \V. Arehcr, lm|«rial; Ramon U. Vah^ntula: 1,. 11 Smith, Roy K.Rico, -.ThoniM R. Drary; Mis .!. s. BridenMinc, llolttUle; Ciiarle* A. «;anl n«T, Pa»sadcna; IC. It. Moon?; Ue*»ipo llar|»< % r, I/»i» Anjfelcs; O. !«. Ihitchcr, K. C. Forrester, Caiexico; J. S. Biook?, Santa Ann; J. 11. Puk^r. Holtvilie; C. !.. Fowler, 1 in !«•*? i.ti ; H. J. Cata, Hie»»n ; Waltvr Wuiimh', City; K. <i. Irwin, Sib !^t«; \V. II CJ»««rtiij X «, Sil!»bee; Walter KUJ.tt: Andre? Prwiad<»; J. W. Sen. 1>»" Angeles; J < . Bnntk?, Santa ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 January 1905

Farmers' Corner Peanuts The following oxtract in taken from the Monrovia News, nnd nliowh that money ran !••• made in peanuts. The Krowini; of peanut* ban been tried in Imperial Valley with great success : "Another crop in California that i« rapidly coming to tint front hm a money producer, h that of tin* peanut. For lotno yearn now thin littlo nut which grows in thu ground linn been known on a rovotiue*getier l and the up-to-date farmer or rancher who known a thing or two, linn bin littlo peanut patch, if for no other reason than to furnish something "nutty" for the children to gather and play with during thu winter mouths. When, too, it it* known that thu pea lint i- n great health focnl, ho pronounced by the 1m- - 1 and moat ad vanced scientific nml medicnl men of the country ; it in well to givo thin nut practical attention. It in just at thin season of thu year in California that the |n-:umt harvesters aru tini-hin^ with their crops, and when it it* known that from I*oo to 300 ...

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. — 14 January 1905

I IMPERIAL BAKEicY § t- HINNY O. KCRKSR. PftOP. v* § Wholesale and Retail Baker S S NINTH ST. TRY OUR OOODS JJ t Brown's Express and f V ItAOO^Ull DSUVEItt 9 4t». A. ltr»two. Prwp, M)nd C«»«. N»«»»h » i««1 lnp-h.,1 A»r 'I'l.-.tK.. l'> A a TranV« !*»• iw *ii>. W «Mit»iJc. AJJ i»f« I A Arr% c*rrfaU« .Mini.u.i to. Ttnnk* * y *i««rod: 2.V a tnt»n\h. V F. KOETSCH Corpentcr and BuilJcr f .•wiii.ii.- KurnUlavl. Work pitmi|>lljr Adiiretta l»«*t OiBc«« K»\ I*l. Imperial, California. MITCHELL & HOLT P.O. Bo* 81. Imfvtial Contractors for Land Leveling. Grading and General W^ork Imperial Avenue Dairy Fresh milk delivered to any part of the city twice daily F. W. BISHOP^ Proprietor For all classes of BRICK WORK HARBOUR 6c PETERSON Estimate* fari'italial. Tiir»-e year* ex- |«Heiiee in tl»e valley. Registered Shorthorn Durham Balls MILK STRAIN, HIGHLY BRED Will Trade for Other Stock fUtifcß BROS. IMPERIAL I Trees! Trees! § ' X * Call at the IMPERIAL 5 I VALLEY NURSERY i % opposite th ...

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. — 14 January 1905

fiaqe's Imperial Creamery | Now has receiving stations at Hcbcr, Brawlcy, lioitvillc 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 cicam you can. W. B. I lAGE, JAY O. COOPER, Proprietor Manager and Butter Maker f | THE GRAND PRIZE H j 'i (very highest award) |v 1 1 ' : and five cold medals for highest scoring; butter at the J j L St. Louis Exposition were awarded to makers who I j itSI «scd exclusively t-\nt -\n I De Laval Separators I B^jH Separators Used B9KJ H« As a rcprescnative showing the urc of Separators by \\\ !:,} good biittcrmakers, 473 entires cut of a total of 493 |;| |M were ** ALPHA -DE -LAVAL n made, the division LV.I h~A being as fellows : |V j Saj Dc Laval 473 Empire 2 |C-1 l^-a I T O C |#:*/' 1 I^2 Sharpies 5 493 ' r x ,| Every «ingle entry scoring higher |V | I J than 95 was DE LAVAL made. r I B^ TrieT r ic highest award at every International Exposition j&S I- 1 fo/ the last 25...

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. — 14 January 1905

I IMPERIAL LANDS I fjj Dr. Clmncs Lombard said: " Willis George Erncrson is both sufficiently competent nnd worthy to become C;i the successor of Teddy Roosevelt in 1 908." ;jfc N II [:| a: a: x x x » I? Willis George Emerson said: "National Irrigadon is a possibility in 30 days, a probability in 60 days^and f| n certainty in 90 days." He said also that Anthony H. Heber was one of the || ..': grandest characters of the Pacific Coast. |S (il i m x x x x x m W Hon. Anthony H. Heber said: " I regard National Irrigation as a certainty, within'3o days." Sf i ' .. .. .. x x I I . t , H .. ii M These men may Ix: ovtr-sanguine: nevertheless, we do believe National Irrigation is a certainty in the near future. Hence we adv.se * »!' everybody to come a running to buy Imperial Lands from |»j fil - ® Si X TC X X X ;jj | B(^ f f2 1 vot. jtfy Btl P"-rJ mBBBBRm '■■« l*2 je*M i^o i^i bH i^Vffw Bffl B8 M I J I Lumber! Lumber! Lumber! | V WHO REDUCED THE PRICES ON LUMBER? X 1 WHITING LUMBER CO.g 8 TH...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 January 1905

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. Published at the center of the greatest Irrigated territory in America, In the heart of the Colorado desert, San Diego county, Southern California, 67 feet below the level of the sea. Under pre« ent canals, 250,000 acres: under Irrigation system when completed, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated land in Arizona and land to be irrigated by the National Government from the asm* grand Colorado river which will make a combined body of more than a million Irrigated acres. NUMBER ONE ELECTION Directors Selected for the Ensuing Year— B2 Per Cent, of Stock Represented Side Lights Upon This Important Affair — The Outcome Controlled By The California Development ' Company And The "Re-Actionaries" The Election of Directors for Imperial Water Company No. 1, took place last Friday, January 13, and I. W. Gleason, W. A. Edgar, J. H. McKirn, W. A. Van Horn and S. J. Ulrey were elected for the ensuing year. The campaign which was somewhat sharp and acri monious has now...

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. — 21 January 1905

Some Questions? The cotton crop is so great this year that an association has been formed by the planters to destroy a million bales of>t.~ Lwonder why? Stop now, spend some time in reflection and see if you can think of anyone who could use some of that million bales that is to bo burned— would the world be better or worse off for them having used it? With modern machinery used in the production and milling of wheat and baking of bread. It is being produced, according to the Thirteenth Annual Report of the U.S. Commission of Labor, for a labor cost of less than one minute per one pound loaf. At 5 cents per loaf how much wages would you need to get to buy back eight hours product of bread? Three thousand dollar cats in Los Angeles, "Cat Clubs'- in Chicago, as well as a refuge for the homeless neg lected cats; and then— there are,accord ing to the best available medical statis tics, about 10,000 children who starve to death annually in this country. How shall these be harmonized? ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 January 1905

Arrivals at the Thelma Mrs. W. H. Boettger, Redlands; H. H. Boettger, Redlands; Chas. VV. Lind fiey, Los Angeles ; John F. Savers, Yuma ; .1. W. Archer; \V. S. Talmades, San Bernardino; Howard Wade, Geo. F. S.-ay, City; Mrs. M. I). Davis, Calexico; Mi V. Dntcher, Holtville; Monroe Kady, A. T. Kammard, Thermal; C. G. Cald well; T. K. Kaimaii, St. Louis; Justin Hammond, St. Louis; A. J Cram, San Bernardino; J. A. Richards, Redlands; S. B. Donald, San Bernardino; M. B. Dsivis, Calexico; Nathal Straw n, Bula, Tex.; M. Cannolia, Antonio Ries, Mrs. Win. Allen; V. Gant, Calexico; C. Ehreufeld, Pasadena; Joe S. Carter, R. D. Lali ie, Calexico; J. A. McCause, <i. G. Ban-, Lite Ranch; T. H. Donelly. A. M. Cora.ice; George T. Brooks, San Bernardino; K. B. Hunter, Soldiers' .Horn-; (ir. J. Cata, Imperial; N. L. Strawn. Austin, Tex.; Pat Poole, Old Beach; F. C. A brains, Geo. I). Adams, llelxr; \\\ S. King, Old Beach; Win. Hartley, Los Angeles; 11. V. Simon, Whitti.-r; W. It. Vandeipool, Sils...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 January 1905

Farmers' Corner Habits of the Hog In ail uddresa before the Pennsylva nia live stock breeders It. I>. Munce said of the hog: Give the h<>>,' v chance, and In; is the most cleanly of all the domustiu aninialH. He is an sanitary in Ilia habitH us the most fastidious human being, ami when lie is. the « • 1 > j • ct of h'lth ami wqualnr and made the Hiib jert of diseaHe it is when man bun so aurrotind-'d 'him that. lie has no choice in the matter. The hog dues not need expensive quarters to live and do well in. He can be aco'>mmo<lat»'<l more easily than any ol" Mm animals. He m*eds, first, HccesH to pure airVnd water. These hand in band with good feed to make bent returns. So long as ho has a i-lcati spot to eat in antl a clean <lry bed to Bleep iii, with the prevMilinir wind shut off so that it cannot blow directly on him, he will do well and make a profit. The r»;st. of Ids surrounding^ be will keep in order if he has room. Some think it absolutely necessar...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 January 1905

THE IMPERIAL PRESS FOBLISHED SATURDAYS AT IMPERIAL, CAL., BY IMPERIAL PRESS CO. • #-VVatch the subcrlptlon date on your paper. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21. 1905. ADVERTISING RATES Per month 1 inch $ 1.00 2to 13 inches [}/i page), per inch.. .75 13 inches (^ page) 8.50 26 inches ()£ page) 15.00 52 inches (full page) 25.00 THE REPORT OF THE RECLAMATION SERVICE Protects People Against Excessive Price of California Development Company As the Press has frequently predicted would be the case, the autocratic president of the Cali fornia Development Company has found at last, that coercing the United States Reclamation Ser yice into allowing- him for his canal system $3,000,000 in money and one million dollars in water rights in Mexico, is not the same thing as coercing the majority of the Imperial Valley Water Users' Association into authoriz ing such allowance. Mr. Heber is now up against the REAL TH.NG. It is strange that he and those under his in fluence did not see the hand writ ing on the wa...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 January 1905

IMPERIAL Train Time. Leave for Old Beach 4:27 a. in., ami 4:10 p. m. Due to arrive from Old Death 7:55 a. in., and 8:05 p. in. '? '"■;..'■' Holton-lnterurbun Railway. Trains leave Imperial dally, ') a. in. Arrive Holtville 2:05 p. it*. Leave iloltville daily, 11:30 p. m. Arrive Imperial 9:35 v. m. i ' Heed Oats, choice lot Texas red. Nov. lU-tf Alfalfa Heed. It is here. Tooiney. Nov. l«-tf. (Jeo. A. Carter spent last. Saturday and Sunday in the city. Fie* l L. Emerson of lleber, was seen on our si reels .Tuesday. J. A. Kramer of lirawley was a visitor tv our city the past week. Jonathan Stall reports Iloltville in a very ilotirit)>iing condition. Mo, Ulla dear, it doesn't take twenty to inutttJ a score in baseball. :Kuinor uays that Ed Varney can put you next on styles for ladies. A. D. Oodson of San Dicg<» was trans uding business at Imperial Saturday. F. v.;. liayhss of lloliville, vvuu trans acting Miriness in iliis city Wednesday. Beauty ia only skin deep; that is why the ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 January 1905

ELOCUTIONARY AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT BRACKETT HALL, TUESDAY, JAN. 24, 1905 PART I 1. Violin Solo - "Angel's Serenade" - Braga - J.G.Ellis o d j* I a "Fashionable School Girl" ) r pl;^-: c-. a/ ,L 2. Reading {fc .^ Hmest Deacon ,, [ Grace Powers-Srack 3. Cornet Solo - - "Selected" - - Allan Parkinson 4. Reading - Scene from "King John" - Shakespeare Grace Powers-Srack 5. Piano Solo - - "Polacca Brilliant" - - Yon Weber Velma Shepherd ' D „ (a "The Lost Heir" (Irish Dialect)) 6. Heading - - - | b n The Dutchman - S Serenade" i Grace Powers-Srack PART II 7. Violin Solo - Fantasia "When the Swallows Homeward Fly" Allan Parkinson o o „ (a "The Vision of Handel" (Musical) 8. Reading - - \ b n Our Folks" Grace Powers-Srack 9. Vocal Duet "When Thou Art Near" Mrs. Thing, Dr. Bold tr . n „ (a " Nebuchadriger " (Negro Dialect) 10. Reading - - - \ h n The Fisher f Grace Powers-Srack 11. Trio - "Hearts and Flowers" - Piano, Cornet and Violin Mrs. Shepherd, Messrs. Parkinson and Ellis CURIOSITI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 January 1905

HIS TRUE POSITION False Statement About Shirley C. Ward Brought To Light lloi/ryiLLB, Cal., Jan. 17, 1905. KIUTOH OK IMPERIAL I'ltlCHH. Dkar Silt: The jicnple in No. 5 are tired of hearing the California Develop ment Company sheets prating about the wlhli of Shirley C. Ward to plunge this Valley Into a sea of litigation for his own Hclnnli henelit. As Mr. Ward doemi't b»hi fit, in his own vindication to show that his influence lias been to re strain rather than incite litigation, we, the undersigned, who were appointed by No. 5 stock holders last Miimmer to at once begin damaue units against' the California DevelopnientCotnpiiny, would like to say what we know on tliuHiihject. Ijist.liuie the settlei'H in No. 5, who suffered Htrious damages on account of the water shortage last spiing held a mass meeting and decided iih a unit t<i iiiHtitute damage suits at once, and the uudet-Mtfiied wt-n* appointed a commit tee tv forthwith go to I, oh Angeles and employ counsel and start the h...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 January 1905

d age's Imperial Creamery 1 Now has receiving stations at Heber, m Brawley, Holtville and Calexico. || Deposit your cream there and it will h be attended to. rj Butter is on the rise and it will pay you m to send in all the cream you can. X LW. B. HAGE, JAY O. COOPER, 1 Proprietor . . ........ 'Manager and Butter Maker B B GRAND PRIZE H W& St. Louis Exposition g Ejtclu»lir«ly awarded the Wffla 1 CREAM SEPARATORS 1 Every HigHest Award nt Every r^l International Exposition for MMi JM Twenty-five Years. H|l Send for Catalogue and name of nearest Local Jlgent. |||| || DE LAVAL DAIRY SUPPLY CO. H I^P 9-11 Drumm St., San Francisco Msm bB$J& 10" First St., Portland 112 Second Aye., South, Seattle §|^fjj Los Angeles Lithographic Company Blank Books, Stationery and Office Supplies Highest grade Commercial Work and Bunkers' Supplies Agents Mutual Label and Lithographic Co., San Francisco Artistic Label and Color Printing All kinds of Cartoons 313 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. GLASS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 January 1905

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 28 January 1905

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. Published at the center of the greatest Irrigated territory In America, In the heart of the Colorado desert, San Diego county, Southern California, 67 feet below the level of the sea. Under pres ent canals, 250,000 acres : under Irrigation system when completed, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated land In Arizona and land to be Irrigated by the National Government from the same grand Colorado river which will make a combined bodyof more than a million irrigated acres. REPORT OF SECRETARY HITCHCOCK Transmitting a Copy of a Report of the Director Of the Geological Survey Questions Involved in the Use of the Waters of the Lower Colorado River For Irrigation Fully Discussed deparf mbnt op the interior, , Washington, Jan. 6, 1905. The Senate and House of Represbnta ■ tives: joint resolution approved April 28, 1904 (32 Stat. L., 591), provided: That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby directed to institute an investi gation of and report to the Congress o...

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. — 28 January 1905

TELEPHONE LINE TO IMPERIAL Sunset Company Will Extend in This Direction Immediately The work of preparation has already been commenced for the extension of the Sunset Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Imperial Valley, and it will not \>v. so very many months before it will be possible for the people of San Diego to talk with their fellow citizens of the county, though separated by v mountain range. The line will be built by the way of Julian but the wires will be strung from Han Diego through and the pole line itself will be built from Ramona. Some time since the company rebuilt a portion of the outside or long-distance lines in the county and in ho doing put in heavy poles between this city and Ramona. Beyond that point the poles are too li^ht and larger ones will be put in to carry the Imperial valley line. The distance from Julian to Imperial is about 87 , miles so that the entirely new building is quite an undertaking. The new pole line will be 21 miles longer andjthe ne...

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. — 28 January 1905

HITCHCOCK'S RBPORT Continued from p.ijf- I have not been expressly sanctioned by law or by Kxecutive action. Various ditches have been constructed to take water from the navigable part of Colo rado itiver, and in one case permission was sought from the Secretary of War. ucply was given that the Secretary of War declined to grant formal permis sion, but informed the company apply ing that the War Department would not interfere with its operations, pro vided they were so conducted as not injuriously to affect the interests of I navigation. While not presuming to discuss the legal conditions, it is necessary to state that tlu; control of diversions from the Colorado River to lauds in -na and California is obviously under the ad ministrative supervision of the United Slates, and owing to the scarcity and great value of the supply must neces sarily remain su if the larger future in terests of the people as a whole are to be guarded. The water which can be shored and regulated in Wyoming,...

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. — 28 January 1905

THE BUSY CORNER THE BUSY CORNER ' STEVENSON BROS. COMPANY^ \ DEPARTMENT STORE «f^* «*'" "X* ** "" **?" *'%* *%f *'K> */'%* 78%^ came to Imperial Valley one and one-half years ago with a very small 3^* £J / store. At that time we saw the inevitable — namely, that in the near future there would be a great increase of population and necessarily a h^ *^ large business. We are now realizing these conditions of prosperity. We now have in Imperial City the jj largest and finest equipped Department Store in all San Diego county and with our extensive stock of goods _^ in all its departments is doing a business which is fully up to our most sanguine Qj 1^ expectations We are enjoying fully our proportion of the substantial prosperity Q <^\ that this Valley is having. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: O «*•■"• x*"" **^* >•"- <•" f"""1 +'%, +%, ~x, *«-• +%, \y g DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT ! Remnant Sale Will Commence On Monday, January 30th, 1905 Q y\ /^^HIS week we are taking stock and are pic...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 28 January 1905

Cotton in Imperial Valley tf hero hag be«n some experiment and kftuch talk about cotton growing in this Valley. It is not the purpose of this article to discourage or encourage tlie growing of cotton here, but to call attention to some facts about the cotton industry which sce.ni very strange at best.. A few day 8 ago the writer had occasion to purchase some cotton bunting; the price, as compared with former prices, was high, and the salesman remarked that t!ie price waa constantly advancing. The next morning the daily papers published as news that huge piles of cotton had been stacked upon the public squares at various points in the cotton growing districts, and amid groat cere mony the torch was applied. It was at first, determined to destroy a million hales, but later it wa.s ajirecd that the amount raised in excess of the year before should be destroyed, which was three million bales. And still the price of cotton goods advanced. The planters give as a reason for burning this st...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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