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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 28 January 1905

THE IMPERIAL PRESS PlMlUrtlll'.l) SATUKIiAYS AT IM PBKI A L, C AL.*, RV IMPERIAL PRESS CO. tt*-\Vatch the •übcrlption date on your paper. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28. 1905. ADVERTISING RATES .:..■ t j per nioiilh 1 .inch * 1-W> 2to 13 Indie's Oi page), pur inch.. .75 18 incites (>4 page) ! o.. r >o 2(> inches (>a pag»s) •• A 15 - ()0 52 indies (full page; j 25.U0 PARAMOUNT ISSUE We are glad to present our readers this week with the re port of the Secretary of the in terior concerning the use of the waters of the lower Colorado river for irrigation. This report should be carefully read and pon dered for it contains 'the true light on the question of a water supply for the Imperial Valley. Therjsu.lt ol the policy outlined in this report will bring- most profound changes to our Valley, for no one can read *t careiully and still doubt but that every acre in the United States that can be watered from the Colorado River will be brought under na tional irrigation, The time when th...

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. — 28 January 1905

IMPERIAL Train Time. Leave fur Old Beach 4:27 a. in., and 4:10 p. til. Due to arrive from Old Heath 7:55 a. m., and 8:05 p. in. Holton-lnterurban Railway. Trains leave Imperial daily, 9 a, m. Arrive Holtvllle 9:35 a. til. Leave Holtvllle daily, 1:30 p. m. Arrive Imperial 2:05 p. m. Fruit Sodas at the Model. All goods Hrst-class. — The Model. Heed Oats, choice lot Texas red. Nov. 19-tf Alfalfa seed. It is here. Toomey. Nov. 19-tf. Fresh stock of candies at the Model, opposite Hunk. Get your grape cuttings at Murek's. Now don't wait. It. Alaloue of Brawley was seen on our streets Monday. Judge F. G. Havens spent a lew days in Yuma this week. W. W. Ma* ten was on the sick list a few days the past week. Win. Allen of Holtville was a pleasant caller at the Press oflice Tuesday. D Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Forrest of Holt ville were shopping in this city Tuesday. Stevenson Bros. Company have a full page ad in the Pkess this week, don't fail to read it. The Press will he thankful for per sonals o...

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. — 28 January 1905

Farmers' Corner The Farmer's Prosperity •• r.'\ > o> '.-^:. -^ : ' , ,■;■• •■ ■■■■ "* , Ameficttii fariiiH tnrnuil off Htn|»le |>ro diicts during the year juwt cloned having nil nggregiite value .of $1,200,000,000 greater than the record of 1903. The value of farm products in 11)04 was n early, double that of 1890, a period of moderate crop return, but phenomenally Jow.prjcreft. , The aggregate VJilue of loading furiii pfodu<:tt. v )iiHtyuar apjjrpxi--. niatod f(J,500',000,(K)0, Jonipared with ' $5,200,000,000 in 1003 and only $3,500,-, 000,000 in- 18%. Tlieae dazzling Hgurea, at nio'st iueoniprelionaihle in their inag fnitutleVapply to the* principal crops and livestock, and do not include the pro- Mlicta of many other farm com modi tiea, '.'jm fill try,! garden truck, small fruits; Hovvefs, etc. • The trend toward marvelous increase hi farm vyealtli, through the fact of gen ;. el'a'll'y'good crops -iiiitl good prices, has! been indicated in Orange Judd Farmer's cVop.'....

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. — 28 January 1905

Russia Mr. I'vDitok: Permit me through the I'kkss to H.iy a low words regarding the outrage at St. Petersburg last Sunday. Words seem feeble things and fail utterly to give adequate expression to what any one must feel whose sympa thies uru not limited to a few miles of this earth's surface or to his immediate kin folk. The liupsian peasant or even the Kus sian workman nay not be ho very far advanced in the scale of civilization, lie may not be the must desirable) compan ion one could wihli, his intelligence may not be overpowering. Still he is human and step bvstep isclimbingcivilizatinn's ladiler, rising slowly hut surely from the mud and mire of ignorance and super stition, with his face toward the light, already seeing the dawn of intelligence and freedom. For thousands of years he lias been enslaved by the church and the state, robbed, broken, beaten and banished for daring to think and say that lie too had some rights in this world, ami as on Sunday hist, shot down as a mad do...

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. — 28 January 1905

My Violin WIU'ITKN BSPICCIAIiLV KOIt THH IMi'KIUAL I'HKKH HY ALLAN I'AKKINHON One day I saw a mighty oak Felled liy ahtn I wait woodman's stroke, And mh it bowed itH ugt'd head, I mused within niyHclf,and said : Great oak, unseul thy lips to me And toll me thy past history I count the circles in thy girth: Three hundred years ago, tin* earth First felt thi! clinging to her breast, And like some infant, lov«>d, caressed, She Uiive tlioe needed sustenance To shape thy tiny hl.cih and branch, Tltat in the later yeans, ho hiuh Wore lifted iipwiirds to tlie wky; While, underneath that spreading t«-tit 'I he generutioiiH caiiie and went. Great tree, tell me, in proso or song, The record of thy years ho long; The legends of that dusky race Of which there scarce remains a truce? For answer then, I list' and heard The niHtling leaves by breezes .stirred. Ah if they tIiUH assayed to tell The story that they kjfew ho well. Then, ej;e I passed for travels wide, 1 cut from out the great tree'...

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. — 28 January 1905

4fe3 _?eparator>s^w _^C^*!y 'he hey ' principles employed In the DE LAVAL^^ e? : ''''"''*''f\. machines rendar them unapproachable by any i" *"l\ other make of separator. Every large dairy "^B^. &\ ': -fl arc: factory concern In the United States uses H n-'ii }J exclusively the H|m DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR 1| Jr^ii^iv\ Especially valuable In Home Dairying ta W'VvV Send for new catalogue of Dairy Apparatus _g 6 i*j»*^^ and Supplies. 199 '"^fol^i% DE LAVAL DAIRY SUPPLY CO., &W ? V ! «S*'*^"^| 9 and 11 Drumm Street, 65 Front Street, i§» i ?.< \^^ San Francisco, Cal. Portland, Oregon. __^r INCLINEDtobeCONSTIPATED Au inclination to be constipated is a common symptom of the American people. There is no question but that this is due in a great measure to indigestion, and that indigestion comes from indiscretion of diet. Let foods be daily eaten like n n. r miiE w WHEAT FLAKE CELERY __a_|____l ffwU EmS k|9 Ems Bjl ffiM ' and there would be no constipation — no sour stomach — n...

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. — 28 January 1905

1 IMPERIAL LANDS | m ' "' " ' 16) fIMPERIAL, CAL.I | Lumber! Lumber! Lumber! J WHO REDUCED THE PRICES ON LUMBER? j WHITING LUMBER CO. | THERE IS ONLY ONE | I WAY TO SELL LUMBER) THAT IS, TO SELL AT REASONABLE FIGURES j We have lately come into Imperial Valley and are building up our stock as the trade demands. Our coming here has saved 1 beyond a doubt hundreds of dollars that would have been paid had the prices not been reduced. We are here to slay. While at at present we have not as much lumber as the "Only One" yet we have at our Los Angeles and San Pedro wholesale yards enough Ito cover the city of Imperial twice. , A SPECIAL j Whiting's No. 1 Oregon Pine Flooring at $37,00 Per Thousand, How does that J Compare with Prices six months ago of $60,00 Per Thousand? * Look at the other man's lumber, get his figures and then get ours. Ever the Same [WHITING LUMBER CO. i 1. L. WILSON, Agent, Imperial, Cal. IMPKKIAL PUKBB

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 4 February 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 thesca. Under pres ent canals, 2so,ooo 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 body of more than a million irrigated acres. A VISIT TO YUMA Impression, of a Press Representatives Con cerning That Thriving Community Yuma's Bright Outlook Compared To Our Own— Plenty Of Water In Imperial Valley Today— Reliable Water Supply Assured Yuma In Three Years Editor Tress: The action of the gov ernment in advertising for bids for the construction of the dam and sluiceways for the Yuma project has only put at rest all doubt and uncertainty regarding the governments intentions on the Colo rado river, but it has also attracted...

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. — 4 February 1905

Farmers' Corner The Dairy We want a living machine to convert food into milk. Tho machine must be able to produce a certain amount of product to meet expenses, and moro, to give a profit. There must he capacity and ability to handle enough food to give these results. This requires a capa cious body, a large stomach, long in testines and a large heart action. A man in buying overlooked a small body because the color was all right. Think of it! Worthless as a machine, but color light. Would you buy a worth less tool because ia was painted a bright red? Quantity of milk for profit re quires the condition of ability to digest. The cow should have a wide space from the hindquarter to the rib. The shape and bones, even, of all animals are gradually changed by environments and feed, liobbing the udder constantly stimulates action of these parts, and calls for more food— that is a larger paunch — and the ribs were in the way. There are many cows which have a floating rib, and from some it h...

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. — 4 February 1905

The Improvement Association At the regular meeting of the Imperial Valley Improvement Association held last Saturday the Oiganizer reported a membership of 62. Receipts, $12.75; disbursements, $10.40. The committee on trees, cuttings and plants reported that cot ton wood in almost any quantity can be had. One man has been found who desires to top about 100 trees, and will top as many at the time you come for them as you want without charge. Carolina poplars at from 1 c to 5 eta each; gum trees, several varieties, at $2 per hundred. flio committee is amply equipped with information con cerning plants. See Messrs. Merek or Ulrey about it. Inquiry failed to show that the com mittee to review the secretary's report, as ordered by the annual ineetfng of Water Company No. l(to beappointed), had been appointed, and if so, they had failed to publi h their report. It was ordered that M. L. Green and S. 0. Long act as a committee to review the report and publish their findings; provided, that...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 4 February 1905

THE BUSY CORNER THE BUSY CORNER '~STEVENSON BROS. COMPANY DEPARTMENT STORE <*/» **>~ «ty~ t*'* >•'- + %, **/ ye ■**> *** *7fflfiL came to Imperial Valley one and one-half years ago with a very small |J> it/ store. At that time we saw the inevitable — namely, that in the near *g future there would be a great increase of population and necessarily a *7 large business. We are now realizing these conditions of prosperity. We now have in Imperial City the 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 £*) expectations We are enjoying fully our proportion of the substantial prosperity Q that this Valley is having. :: :: :: :: - « - » - Q m H Sk, Jk, Jl, \^ g DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT w Remnant Sale Will Commence On Monday, January 30th, 1905 q V*\ /^* HIS week we are taking stock and are picking out all remnants " t^ and broken lines, an...

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. — 4 February 1905

IMPERIAL Train Time. Leave for Old Ileacli 4:27 a. m.jj and 4:10 p. m. Due to arrive from Old Beach 7:55 a. m., and 8:05 p. in. Holton-lnterurban Railway. Trains leave Imperial daily, 9 a. in. Arrive Hoitvllle 9:35 a. m. Leave Holt vi lit; daily, 1:30 p, in. Arrive Imperial 2:05 p. m. Fruit Sodas at the Model. All goods first-class. — The Model. The l'nicss does artistic job printing. Fresh stock of candies at the Model, opposite Bank. Get your grape cuttings at Marek's. Now don't wait. If you want a good milch cow see Clias. Perry, Heber. feb 4-11 A. H. Heber and wife spent a few days in the Valley this week. Ed. Thing, brother of Geo. W; Thing, was visiting in Imperial this week. Ed. Ingrain was doing business in Im perial on Wednesday of this week. Seed Oats, choice lot Texas red. Nov. 19-tf Alfalfa seed. It is here. Toomey. Nov. 19-tf. N. W. Tilton and wifeof Calexico were among the Imperial visitors Monday. White Leghorn eggs for setting. 50cts per setting. Chas. Perry, Heber. ...

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. — 4 February 1905

THE IMPERIAL PRESS PDIIUSIIRD SATURDAYS AT IMPKKIAL, CAL., BY IMPERIAL PRESS CO. AtTWatch the subcriptlon date on your paper. SATURDAY, FEBnUARY 4. 1905. ADVERTISING RATES Per month 1 inch $ 1.00 2to 13 inches (^ page), pur inch.. .75 l.'i inches (j,j" page) 8.50 2(3 inches {% pugo) 15.00 52 inches (full page) 25.00 LAW-BREAKING There has been much excite ment in our busy little city this week and scores of jurors have been in demand. A case was lodged by City Attorney Thomas against the unlawful dispensing of "spirits feruienti." The case has been vigorously contested and there was great difficulty to Secure qualified jurors. A jury, however, was finally secured and the case was tried, and after an all night session and the jury re turned a verdict of eight to four for conviction. This is a most important case for if this law-breaking- is going on, every - law-abiding citizen should "stand pat" to see that the breaker is brought to justice. This Valley was founded on a prohibition ...

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

Homes De«royed "I have heard some Socialist speeches and like what little I know about the subject, except 1 am told that it will de stroy the home. How about that — is it true? Ido not want to espouse social ism no mutter wlmt it will give us if it will rob us of our home life. An answer will he much appreciated by The essence of tin* question is "Will Socialism destroy the home? Now I will be obliged to answer "Yes or No," just as your understanding of home is and in order that I may answer correct ly we will l»e obliged to analyze the question, partially at least. Now I will ask what do you mean by There are thousands of people who live in sqtrallid tenements, sometimes six to ten people, children and adults, often two or more families living in one room. All of them who are above (5 or 8 years old are employed for wages somewhere or working in some sweat shop. Is this home? Beautiful Los Angeles, the city of liomes where half of the people own their own homes; who go to their wo...

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. — 4 February 1905

Water Congress Called Recently the call for a "water con gress" went forth from the chamber of commerce) throughout Southern Cali fornia. The • meeting will be held in Los Angeles about the middle of March, and will be attended by representative irrigatiouists, men interested in the public weal and government experts from all points in this section of the country. The idea was first brought to light in the last meeting of the chamber of commerce directors' board, and a com mittee, composed of Prof. Cook of Clare mont, Secretary Frank Wiggins, Prof. Mendenall, Forest Supervisor T. P. Lu kens, and Messrs. Slauson and Boothe were appointed to consider its advisa bility. The committee met and their favorable decision was unanimous. The primal objects of the Water Congress will be to stir up interest again in the irrigation question, agi tate measures for the protection of the forest watersheds, and call attention to the rapidly increasing use of water for all purposes. Among those expec...

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. — 4 February 1905

l«w>>^n ■■■1 ■ V/ \S I I ■— I ■_ V-/ \\WOM Whlcll are strictly up to date make f|l||w^/ M \4i»^ t ' 1c most prosperous dairyman. Write fe^^J^f iJ i&'^iil 0P our new cata '°9 ue describing \%iWpsl 11 r^fwl Twentieth Century Dairying, and our MjfflMl n Mirsm unec J ua ' e d stock of Dairy Apparatus fsSs[&r [[$$?'s{#{ and Supplies. Reasonable prices con* vtfr* iW?*l^il sistent with S° od quality. f-Ff £^p [ Agents for the celebrated De Laval mi |Jk^ H DE LAVAL DAIRY SUPPLY CO., M jg^^^kt • H 9 and 11 Drumm St., 65 Front St., pj I iHi VH ® an ranc^ 6CO ' Cal. Portland, Ore. H I ~~^~tf I j A physician writes: "I gave to a lady, l^ng suffering with a stomach trouble, who found it difficult to obtain a. food that digested well WHEAT FLAKE CELERY and it proved acceptable to her stomach, digested readily, and assisted in bridging over a crisis in her history." "I recommend it to invalids, infants and aged, and to all persons as pure, healthy cereal food." - Palatable—^utrifS&am...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 4 February 1905

if luf I IMPERIAL LANDS § HCSJKXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXBXS3BXSXSXSSS3 KXSSXSXgXSXgXSXSSS | Lumber! Lumber! Lumber! § S WHO REDUCED THE PRICES ON LUMBER? jj I WHITINQ LUMBER CO. | | THERE IS ONLY ONE | g WAY TO SELL LUMBER? THAT IS, TO SELL AT REASONABLE FIGURES H X We have lately come into Imperial Valley and are building up our stock as the trade demands. Our coming here has saved DO Hi beyond a doubt hundreds of dollars that would have been paid had the prices not been reduced. We are here to slay. While at H ft at present we have not as much lumber as the "Only One" yet we have at our Los Angeles and San Pedro wholesale yards "enough |j Hto cover the city of Imperial twice. M xx A SPECIAL H Qj Whiting f s No, 1 Oregon Pine Flooring at $37,00 Per Thousand, How does that » I Compare with Prices six months ago of $60.00 Per Thousand? M Look at the other man's lumber, get his figures and then get ours. Ever the Same JLX WHITING LUMBER CO.f I. lw. WILJSON, Agent, Imperial, Cal, n IMPEniAXi...

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. — 11 February 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 fi-et below the level of the sea. Under pres ent canals, 250,000 acres: under Irrigation system when completed, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated I»m1 In Arizona and land to belrri|fate<l by the National Government from the mime grand Colorado river which will make a combined body of more than a million irrigated acres. , . MR. HEBER ON IMPERIAL VALLEY The Hun A. 11. Heber, President of the California Development, Company, spent several days of lust week i'u the Valley looking alter the many enter prises in which he is interested. A representative of the Pkkss called on dim at the Hotel Imperial and spent nioie than two hours with him «lis cussing various matters of interent to the people of the Imperial Valley. Mr. Heber seemed to be in ' the beat of health, and with the air of a born leader he talk...

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. — 11 February 1905

Farmers' Corner Two Kinds of Dairying. John Smith nnd Tom Jones are both in dairying somewhat. They don't both dairy alike, tilthongh both seem to bo doing quite well. Smith keeps cowh expressly for milk. He sells his calvee at $4 to |6 per head, pours his separated milk to his hogs and churns his creatn into butter, which he ships to some eastern market. Jones doesn't sell his calves but buys Smith's calves. He doesn't feed his Separated milk to the li<»kh; ho feeds it to his calves, including what he bought cf Smith and others till he averages abtmt two calves per cow. Heßiipple mentd it with oats, oil meal, corn meal, etc., and the fall after they are year lings they weigh 700 to 800 pounds, while he is churning and selling his butter much after the manner of Smith. Some may say this is a dream, but Jonea actually does it here in lowa, on land worth $35 an acre. I still think that for most country dairymen the dual purpose cow pays. Even if she shouldn't much more than pay her...

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. — 11 February 1905

Socialist Column "I have been reading your articles in the L'rbss for Home time, I have" also read Introduction to Socialism bv.Kjch ardgon. 1 am convinced that some* thing must be done and believe that the Socialist plan is Effective, but liovv are you going to indemnify the present holders of what you call natural re sources. I think society Bh<uild pay them for what they have if Hocietv means to take possession of it. I will appreciate your answer. H. ,A. L." You appear, Mr. li., tit 'agree that Society, aa a whole, should own the means of. production and distribution provided that a , means to'iuydemnlfy the present claimants can be found. Professor Ely says that in his opinion it will never appear to the conscience of the American people as a just thiui! to return the earth to whom it belongs. Fnlneis A. Walker says: "It would simply be robery for the Htate to re assert its interests in the laud without fully indeniuifying owners." And then argues that to indemnify would be ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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