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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 11 February 1905

S. P. COMPANY BUYS SCHOOL BONDS Of Sllsbce and C.ilcxlco In Amount of i-r : - %c $j,OOO Each . After Iwing on the 'market for nearly a year, bonds in tliM total ' a.riount of f3OOO iwsue*! by" thn Hilsbee sclKJold^a trict have been taken up hy tlieKnulheru Pacific Railway O.Miipiliiy, the deal Iwing closed recently by County Treasurer SchwaiU.. The ' bonds' were ' issued March last, and the check from the 8. P. in the iiitioulit of the 'face value. ; together with If 1 13.50 accrued interest to a datn two mouths since, when the purchase whs negotiated, in just at hand." I^wtw ■n-cessary r for- the' i>eople of Silsbwo to make up the balance of accrued interest in order that the mile at this time could be legally made. ' " .Sale of the Calexico school ; bonds in same amount to the 'railroad company will ho closed in a few days and both districts can proceed to erect their pro posed school structures. " • • • " : | As little property -in luipi'iial! Valley lias, as yet, passed" fili...

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. — 11 February 1905

Resolutions \l jUHiM-tintf of the Hoard of Direc tors of Imperial Water C<». N*o. 1, held Tuesday, Fel»ru»ry 7, Director 8. J. Ulrey offered the following resolutions, which are believed to lie of interest! ]' f \ Whereas, The Htate Constitution pro vides the only legal method' for estab liHhing the rates of compensation tor delivering water to the inhabitants of any county., city or town in this ' State, and, Whereas, Contracts eptabliflhinir rateH between conimon carriers and water users are binding only until such legal method is invoked, aiulj . ' Whereas, The present contracts estab lishing water rates between the' Cali fornia Development Company and Im perial Water Company No. 1 were made at a time when there were no means of knowing whether the same were ex cessive or not, and, ' Whereas, The board of directors .who represented Imperial Water Company^ No. 1 in making said con tracts were stockholders, in, ' or>controlled ; by .tlie' Calf for nia Development Company and ...

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. — 11 February 1905

THE IMPERIAL PRESS ruiii.iAiiKii MA-rtrKiiAVH at imperial, CXL;, bY IML'KlilAu PRESS CO. »*• Watch the suhcrlptlon date on your paper. BATURDAY, FKBuUARY 11. 1905. ADVERTISING RATES Per month 1 inch $ 1.00 2to 13 inches (^ page), pur inch.. .75 13 inches {% page) 8.50 26 inches (}4 page) 15.00 52 inches (full page) 25.00 IMPERIAL VALLEY The solid foundation of this Valleys prosperity is more and • more apparent as the days and weeks go by. No othei place in the United States can show farm crops in such thrifty and forward condition as we can at the present time. On every side thousands of acres of barley head ing 1 out, a gre tt deal of it waist high, some of it, unfortunately, of so rank growth as to be falling down, and other thousands of acres of alfalfa almost ready to cut for the first crop of hay. In spite of the thousands of head of cattle and hog-s shipped in and the other thousands raised in the Valley, an immense amount of this feed, the best in the world, will g-o to wast...

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. — 11 February 1905

IMPERIAL Train Time. Leavfe for Old Ileacli 4:27 a. m.. and 4:10 p. m. Due to arrive from Old 8.-.uJi T:55 a. m.. and i:OS p. m. Holton-Intenirban Railway. Tfrainß leave Imtwrial daily. 9 *„ m. Atrive HoUvlll« 9t3S a. m. Leave Holt v<t I rt daily, 1:30 p. m. Arrive Imperial 2:05 p. m. Seed Oats, choice lut Texns red. Nov. 19-tf Alfalfa seed. It is here. Tooiney. Nov. 19-tf. Our aim is to please, not to fool you — Thelma Hotel. Get the mud off. Baths 25 centa at Thelma Hotel. Tf you want a good milch cow nee Chas. Perry, Heber. feb 4-11 White Leghorn eggs for wetting. ROcts per setting. Chas. Perry, Heber. feb4-11 Wake up! Then fill up, at Thelma Modern Dili in tr Room. Try our Sunday dinners and give tlie family a rest — Thelma Hotel. F. N. Chaplin returned Sunday from a week's stay in Loa Angeles. Cooking that your mother couldn't do. Bring her along. Thelma Dining Room. Frank Marek spent, a few days in Los Angeles this week making his annual proof. ♦ Boston Brown Bread and Bean...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 11 February 1905

THE BUSY CORNER THE BUSY CORNER STEVENSON BROS. CO. WE HAVE MORE Merchandise in our Big: Busy Store and Greater Variety tv Choose irom than all the other Stores in the Imperial VaHey Combined WE HAVE FOUND Too many Goods «n some Departments. They are all right— low enough to sell lots of them==but we prefer to see them all sold prior to receiving our New Spring Stock which is now in transit from Chicago and New York, so we offer them at Loosing Prices this week to clean up Our Great Clothing Sale This Clothing Will Be Sold Regardless of Cost STYLISH PANTS JVIBIN&' WOOLEN SUITS Usual Price Sale Price Usual Price Sale Price PailtS, PATTERNS $3.00 $1.60 .WOOLEN <h 1A HO <fcA3H 400 230 s SUITS $ IU - UU $ SJU 5.00 2.60 ILDU D'OUD ' 0U .<( i« 375 200 " " 12.00 7.25 « •• 3*50 • L9O " . " 13.00 7.75 Boys and Childrens Clothing will be Sacrificed Woolen Dress Goods will not Escape the Slaughter in Prices We are Showing s^§sS 50c Each fi DHrf* D V IIFPADIIUFItIT We are the Exclu...

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. — 11 February 1905

fAn Up=to=Date Dairy |^M Should be equipped with proper apparatus We supply everything in the Dairy Ma g^Sj**£f[ i chinery line — best quality at reasonable rH^ife^ ' Write for our new catalogue describing f flll^-rS'.SsJ Twentieth Century Dairying and our un- { lllp§|tjS^ I matched stock of Dairy Apparatus and Sup- <'~j^^y^^ : -' Agents for the famous De Laval Cream X| DE LAVAL DAIRY SUPPLY COMPANY, |j '''••■ l '|| 9 and 11 Drumm St., 65 Front Street, |f: '""'ji'fc 1 San Francisco, Cal. Portland, Ore. R| ||!e S| Bs §3 t j *?/ IS j is II A. physician writes: "! f'nve to a la* 5.;'.5 .;'. ! >ng suffering with a stomach trouble, who found it uiiiicult to obtain a food that digested well and it ptoved acceptable to her stomach, digested readily, and assisted in bridging over a crisis in htr history." "I r^Tomxuend it to invalias, infants and aged, and to all persons as pure, heaiihy ceical iood." _ Palaiab!®— Hufrit3©!i2S— lmj of Sigesfson and Ready to Eal My signature on <#/)...

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. — 11 February 1905

ifiWAPI IM RROft 1 I■- ■ ' i i- . I II . „ i I IMPERIAL LANDS | f ■ ' I! ■>> My IJJ ■ - «&■ i ' ■ ' " ■ | IIMPERIAL, CAL.f | Lumber! Lumber! Lumber! § 8 WHO REDUCED THE PRICES ON LUMBER? X | WHITING LUMBER CO.] | THERE IS ONLY ONE | ■fl WAY TO SELL LUMBER ( THAT IS, TO SELL AT REASONABLE FIGURES & Jl We have lately come into Imperial Valley and are building up our stock as the trade demands. Our coming here has saved X JO beyond a doubt hundreds of dollars that would have been paid had the prices not been reduced. We are here to slay. While at rj jQ 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 jQ W to cover the city of Imperial twice. . nr W A SPECIAL H y Whiting's No, 1 Oregon Pine Flooring at $37,00 Per Thousand, How does that g VJ Compare with Prices six months ago of $60*00 Per Thousand? U O Look at the other man's lumber, get his figures and then get ours. Ever the Same IL^ I WHITING L...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 18 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 the sea. Under pres ent canals, 260,000 acrsa: under Irrigation's] stem 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. OUR WATER STOCK What It Is And What It Represents— A Clear Statement Successive Steps In The Various Transactions Plainly Set Forth Represents Ownership In The Distributing System As the question of government owner* ship of the Imperial canal system is still open for discussion, the Press desires to call attention to some matters connected therewith. In last week's issue we pointed out the fact that Mr. Heber and the government agreed in regard to the water rights being the property of t...

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. — 18 February 1905

r THE BUSY CORNER THE BUSY CORNER j STEVENSON BROS. CO. WE HAVE MORE Merchandise in our Big Busy Store and Greater Variety I tv Choose irom than all the other Stores in | I the Imperial VaUey Combined 1 WE HAVE FOUND I Too many Goods *n some Departments. They are all right==low I enough to sell lots of them=«but we prefer to see them I all sold prior to receiving our New Spring Stock I which is now in transit from Chicago I and New York, so we offer them at I Loosing Prices this week to clean up 1 Our Great Glothing Sale I This Clothing Will Be Sold Regardless of Cost 1 STYLISH RANTS MENS' WOOLEN SUITS I Usual Price Sale Price P™* STYLISH <fc2 OH (ti AH Usual Price Sale Price Pants, PA ™ $3.00 $1.60 Mens .woo r $|000 $630 5.00 2.60 " ■ IKSO 6'Bo6 ' 80 " « 3.75 2.00 " " 12 - 00 7.25 3.50 1.90 " " 1 3.00 7.75 1 Boys and Childrens Clothing will be Sacrificed | Woolen Dress Goods will not Escape the Slaughter in Prices 1 lA/si **m/v (^l«Aiii/I!«/* this week the Greatest Bargain in St...

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. — 18 February 1905

Socialist Column "I grant that the capitalist has got bis possessions in a way that aught not cause in vch uneasiness jus "to how be shall be indemnified, hut here is the small business man and farmer both of whom usually have by dint of hard work and self-denial accumulated what they have. Now would it be right to take their business oi farm'uway from them without indemnity? You seeni'to have misunderstood -me. last week. 13. A.L." < Not at all, Mr. LV, last week you asked about' indemnifying the present holders of nature's' resources: Now you say that the small business men and farmers who have denied themselves everything except hard work should not have their accumulations taken from them without compensation. ' Well said. Socialists everywhere will agree with you, it is the exploitation" v of the workers, the taking "from the producers without indemnity whether 'tney are'small business men, fanners, ■mechanics or unskilled laborers that the socialist movement seeks to stop t...

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. — 18 February 1905

When Will the World Its (Uory Know? When will the world a glory know Greater than this, today} VVhen purer falls the mountain snow; When brighter the sun's clear ray? When will your heaven be fairer then now, Or the touch of a tender hand Bettor unburden a care-worn brow With soothiugs in summer-land When will the boiil'h ideal rise Out of contention's storm; When will the mists from mournful eyes When will our doubts be gone? When will the earth's esthetic mood More delicately express Tlie true, the beautiful, the good In nature's loveliness? When will a mother's love be known By a d<u>|Ksr, < leaner test Than the lisp of a loving tone From the lips of a "land of lest?" When will the violet change its dress j Or bathe in diviner dew; When will the joy of love's caress Be sweeter than now, to you? When will purer thoughts be known Than those you now inspire ; \ When will the rose be thorniest) grown?! Or beauty have no briar? — Chables Sumnbk Lombard. San Diego County Gems ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 18 February 1905

D e Laval - lj|Creaiii ffiizs!z£ysl %* y«l>¥Tii "■'••• v " --»••. -■ ■■..»-- i. >ou i»ave a tf ll TrtlPß F lI^UK DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR. 2 XltSrlM m nrt'T'rnYi Every large and experienced dairyman ffi P HIJTTFIf know s that the DE LAVAL machine «, 4|JE5,w4 KJ v * IWX stanc's for the latest and best In I C if IgAv t» fit DO¥#^l?C separator perfection. Insures purity H * t\lv»fL3 of product. Saves time, labor and 3 t&ii^ss&t&i \ money. *' F-^^tiJP&^l P INCREASES THE VALUE OF EVERY COW. f. /iW^llufl ESPECIALLY VALUABLE IN HOME DAIRYING. U 3\m I \m Write for new catalogue. Tells all about twentieth ■* i S -^ \»?* century uairylng, ana our complete stock of Dairy V *^,/ — ;_* 9P«j Apparatus and Supplies. f /I— ■ — '" Mi DE LAVAL DAIRY SUPPLY COMPANY, Sj il "*" |w 9 and 11 Drumm St., 65 Front St., $ ra San Frar^" :co. CaL Portland. Ore. jj f "^^^ffrf^n ' — ■-*■>'' '■'-"'^ ->^ - - .l.ljljSlilßS^'^ A physician writes: "I gave to a lady, long suffering with a st...

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. — 18 February 1905

THE IMPERIAL PRESS PtlHl.rsllKli SA TIIKIIAVS AT IMPKKIAt.j CAL., nY IMPERIAL PIiKSS CO, *»- Wntcli the subcrlptton date on your paper. SATURDAY, FEBuUAKY 18. 1905. ADVERTISING RATES Per month 1 inch * 1.00 2to 13 inches {}/i page), per inch.. .75 13 inches (J£ page) 8.50 62 inches {% page) 15.00 52 inches (full page) 25.00 WHY THE GOVERNMENT CAN'T BUY HEBER'S MEXICAN CONCESSIONS Articles 25-26 of the contract between the Republic of Mexico and Mr. Heber's Mexican cor poration granting the concession for taking water out of the Colo rado river in Mexico and bring ing it through that country to the United States, reads as follows: "This contract shall have no force if the deposit ($10,000) is not made within the time fixed in the foregoing article (8 days) and shall become extinct by the following reasons: 1. For not beginning the work of surveying and construction of the works and by not finishing the same in the term fixed in articles seventh and eighth. 2. For not making use of 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. — 18 February 1905

IMPERIAL Train Tim*. Leave for Old Beach 4:27 a. m.. 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 dally, 9 a. m. Arrive Hoitvlile 9i35 a. m. Leave HoltviUe dally, 1:30 p. m. Arrive Imperial 2:05 p. m. Turkey dinner 25 cents Sunday at the Thelma Hotel. Sam Webb's three room residence is ready tor the roof. Best meal in the Valley 25 cents, at the Thelma Hotel. Ed Dool of Galexico was seen on our streets this week. S. J. Ulrey spent this week in Los Angeles on business. t\ C. Paulin of Los Angeles has been in the Valley the past few days. W. F. Holt is in the Valley this week looking after his various interests. F. N. Burleigh spent a few days in Los Angeles this week on business. Grant Srack, of Los Angeles, is visit ing his brother L. E. Srack, at Heber. If you want a good milch cow see Chas. Perry, Heber. feb 4-11 C. C. Bowles, the brickman of Braw ley, was in the city Thursday on business. G. W. Havilan...

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. — 18 February 1905

Farmers' Corner PLANS OF IRRIGATION Will Be In Evidence at the Portland Fair This Year Because of the large Amount of land in the Pacific Northwest which has been reclaimed by irrigation, and the larger amount which is at present worthless on account of the lack of water supply, the irrigation exhibit at the Lewis airl Chirk Exposition will prove unusually interesting. The ex hibit will be complete, well arranged and instructive, and will prove a marvel to eastern people, who know little of the wonderful results which an artificial water supply has accomplished in many western districts. The exhibit will consist largely of working models of irrigation projects; the largest being patterned after the $3,000,000 plant now being built near Yuma, Arizona. The models will show the manner of storing the water by reservoirs, the methods of carrying it to the low lands by means of canals and flumes, and its final distribution to the lands to be irrigated. There will also be models of dams an...

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. — 18 February 1905

WHAT MEANS THIS? Irrigation Afce Receive* News of Startling Character According to reports received by The Irrigation Age within the past month strange things are happening in the Im perial country in California and it is now stated that Mr. Lippincott, one of the Government engineers, lias recom mended the purchase of this project by the Government. It is a well-nown fact that one expert strenuously opposed taking over this Imperial enterprise by the Government, but he now recom mends, so we are informed, that the Government purchase it at a fairly long price. Perhaps the result of the inves tigations by this expert has been such as to justify him in changing his opin ion and if so, and if his opinion is now correct, he is to be congratulated on this decided change. If on the con trary any influence has been brought to bear on him to secure his recommen dation of the purchase of this project, it would be well for the Government offi cials generally to understand the situa tion. The...

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. — 18 February 1905

[chaFlin B Roa| i IMPERIAL LANDS I SIMPERIAL. CAL.| | Lumber! Lumber! Lumber! | g WHO REDUCED THE PRICES ON LUMBER? M WHITING LUMBER GO. j I THERE IS ONLY ONB | | WAY TO SELL LUMBER} THAT IS, TO SELL AT REASONABLE FIGURES X r We have lately come into Imperial Valley and arc building up our stock as the trade demands. Our coming here ha* saved N = H hcymd a doubt hundreds of dollars that would have been paid had the prices not been reduced. We are here to Stay. While at X '$ at present we have not as much lumber as the fl Only One" yet we have at our Los Angeles and San Pedro wholesale yards enough \fl 0 to cover ihe city of Imperial twice, csr^or* I A V X ™ Whiting's No, 1 Oregon Pine Flooring at $37,00 Per Thousand, How does that g v Compare with Prices six months ago of $60,00 Per Thousand? W H Look at the other man's lumbei\ get his figures and then get ours. Ever the Same U WHITING LUMBER CO.! H I. I— WILSON, Agent, Imperial, Cal. o IMPERIAk PRESS

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 25 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 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 body of more than a million Irrigated acres. ©E believe the ONENESS of mind shown by all parties interested, concerning the nature of the water rights in Imperial Valley to be a happy out* come of a question which at one time was so little understood, and so confused as to be a serious meance to our pros perity. As stated in last weeks Press, there are three points about which there is no longer any controversary. They are — First. That the right to use the water of the Colorado river belongs to the user who makes a beneficial applic...

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. — 25 February 1905

THE BUSY CORNER THE BUSY CORNER STEVENSON BROS. CO. WE HAVE MORE Merchandise in our Big: Busy Store and Greater Variety to Choose irom than all the other Stores in the Imperial VaUey Combined WE HAVE FOUND Too many Goods in some Departments. They are all nVht==low enough to sell lots of them==but we prefer to see them all sold prior to receiving: our New Spring Stock which is now in transit from Chicago and New York, so we offer them at llf Loosing Prices this week to clean up Oar Great Clothing Sale This Clothing Will Be Sold Regardless of Cost STYLISH PAINTS MENS' WOOLEN SUITS Usual Price Sale Price Po^fc STYLISH WOO <M AO Usual Price Sale Price KailtS, PATTERNS *^.UU $ I .OU v ,qq 230 lvlens SUITS $lU.UU S)b.JU 5.00 2.60 IL^ U °' 0U a « 375 200 " " 12.00 7.25 3 ; 50 K9O " " 13.00 7.75 ■ > |||<||| | |M|||| mmhw ■■■ in Boys and Childrens Clothing will be Sacrificed Woolen Dress Goods will not Escape the Slaughter in Prices li/st **««/* Ci*Aii/2«/i week the Greatest Bargain...

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. — 25 February 1905

IMPERIAL VALLEY ADVERTISED A Clipping from an Extensive Article in an Eastern News Paper — Shows Up California Ge<». E. Mason, of San Diego, has written an article on San Diego County Which appeared in the Decutur Review of Decatur, Illinois, under date of Janu ary 2(5. It rends in part as follows! Saj* DiKdo, Cal., Jan. 19, 1905. Eoifoß Rkview— ln your isaue of January 12 you published a very inter esting and instructive article on irriga tion taken from the census report recently published by the government. Everything relating to irrigation is of great interest to Southern California, as much of this interesting portion of our country is naturally a desert and with out water is practically worthless, but with water for irrigation is a wonderful country and capable of producing large crops of all kinds. San Diego county is a very large county, probably eight or nine times as large as Macon county, and contains more square miles than the state of Massachusetts. It is nearly 200 ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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