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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 25 February 1905

HOLTVILLE Brief* From the Electric Hub of the Imperial Valley (From regular correspondent) \V. F. Holt was in town Monday look ing after his various interests. Sam Webb in putting the roof on his new house In the west end of town. Mr. Webb is taking a correspondence course in architecture and we will prob ably see a shingle of Architect Webb suspended for the public gaze ill the near future. Holtville is much in ne«fl of a short' order house conducted on business principals. Holtvillo has the bent located, high est and dryest townsite in the Valley. Come to Holtville where the mud don't stick. Our 1200 palms and 1200 pepper trees, set out on the avenues of oilr townsite last season got a good start and their appearance bids fair for a good growth this season. In ornamented trees, Holt ville leads the Valley. The i>eople of Holtville are beginning to appreciate their location, as the land adjacent to the town is being held very high. The writer has never seen a new country (and he...

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. — 25 February 1905

e^X^&r* The new principles employed In the DE LAVAIN^Iv machines renclar them unapproachable by any >?W ffiJOJwft' \ other mako of separator. Every larfle dairy NcNk iT^TJj'^B ancl factor >' concern In the United States uses M||ji DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR % wP!"rr li'^v \ Especially valuable In Home Dairying l**l *3^^l^mC^v Send f ° r new catal °o ue of Dairy Apparatua Wi DE LAVAL DAIRY SUPPLY CO., Jjjj M Mr" ■ T\l 9 and 11 D™"!" 1 Street, 65 Front Street, >sjf mm San Franclsc0 ' Cal - Portland, Oregon. J^J^ A physician writes: "I gave to a lady, long 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, heakhy cereal food." Palatable— HsMtseas— Easy ef Digest!®!* and Ready to Eat My signature on uM v//(7^ "Q >. every packa...

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. — 25 February 1905

THE IMPERIAL PRESS ... ..--,: PUHI.IHIIKII SATURDAYS AT IMPKKI A 1., C A I-.. BY IMPERIAL; L'iltiSS IMJIJ. CO. JAS. (1. ELLIS, Mutineer 44 ' Watch the subcriplion date on your paper. ADVERTISING RATES Per iiiomi Ii 1 inch . $ 1.00 2to \'.\ Inches O4 page), per inch.. .75 IS Incltufl O4 page) 8.. r )0 (i'J inches (>£ I>UK«) 15.00 52 hicliea (full page) 25.00 HNTBKE2I) AS SECOND CLASS MATTER SUBSCRIPTION One Year - - - - $1.00 Six Months .... .50 Three Months - - . ,2o Single Copies - .05 DO NOT SKND STAMPS IN PAYMENT The number of our paid circulation will be furnished 011 application "SATURDAY, FEUuJJAUY 25. l«J05. "The Imperial purchase has fallen through]" so says the Los Angeles Times of February 21, for the present — the future, how ever, still shines brightly before us. The PuKSS stated in last week's issue, as also Assistant Attorney-General Campbell says that "the articles of concession held by the Mexican corporation declare that said corporation should not sell or mor...

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. — 25 February 1905

IMPERIAL Train Time. Leave for Old llcacli 4:2? a. in., and 4:10 p. m. Duo to arrive from Old I3eac.li iiSS a. m., ami 8:05 i>. mi. Holton-lnterurban Railway. Trains leave Imperial d.iii v, 9 a. m. Arrivo Efoltvllie 9:35 a, m. Leave Holtvllie dally, 1:30 i>. m. Arrive Imperial 2:0s p. m. Turkey dinner 25 cents Sunday at the Thelma Hotel. Best meal in the Valley 25 cents, at the Thelma Hotel. Don't fall to attend the Fireman's ball next Wednesday night, March 1. Mrs. Hougliteling and daughter re turned Monday from a trip to i-os An geles. You had better give your name when you want a number on the 'phone. Line's busy! Horn—At Imperial Cal., Thursday, February IG, 1905 to the wife of E. 11. Pate, a baby girl. Ladies, if you want to see some lovely summer goods, call at Varney's. Large line just received. S. M. Sterea and B. 11. Craft of the United States Geological Survey are in the Valley this week. Victor It. Sterling, of the American Steel & Wire Co. of Los Angeles, paid ...

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. — 25 February 1905

Farmers' Corner Written for the I'RKSS Imperial Valley Away off, beyond mountains high, Hetween trackless wasteHofsandand sky, Amid the fields of green, linerial lies .slumbering. A few short years ago 'twas hare; It would with any desert compare; No grass, no trees, just one broad, barren waste. But farther on between two hanks of willows, A stream of water rolled ita bellown From the lofty Rockies to the sea — 'twas wasted. Away hack, half a century or more, Men trod these trackless plains o'er, Declared tliat water from the river Would make them fertile. They sought their fellows all in vain To help them the desert to reclaim. Good opportunities still remained In milder climates. And so it was that time passed by — Half a century, well nigh. Emigrants passed by to natural resources. Then at last, when hunger pressed And hind vas all by some possessed, The homeless workers turned their eyes Toward the desert. Then here, as many years before, The oily promoters had in store For all...

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. — 25 February 1905

OUR WATHR STOCK. Continued from Page 1 fhrnish water for tliu irrigation of the lands in Lower California and state of California, subject to the following conditions! First. The Mexican company must not agree to grant, transfer, deliver or in any mnnner convey THE WIGHT TO USE any of waid waters to any person or corporation in such manner as to give to anyone a prior or superior right to the use of such water, as against any subsequent purchaser of such rights, and Second. The California Development Company ''shall not be responsible for a failure to deliver the water hereby agreed to be delivered from any cause beyond its control, but shall use due dilligence in protecting the system of canals so to be constructed as aforesaid and in restoring and maintaining the flow of water therein." The contract then provides as follows: "In consideration of the obligations herein incurred by the party of the first part (the Californfa Development Com pany) the party of. the second part (Mexic...

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. — 25 February 1905

IWI-lAPI IN RRnQI ivrlnrLllN DnvO.i 1 IMPERIAL LANDS § I 1 Ilk #|% m ■ ,1 I II 1 IIMPERIAL, CAL -i I Lumber! Lumber! Lumber! § 3 WHO REDUCED THE PRICES ON LUMBER? R WHITINQ LUMBER CO. | | THERE IS ONLvV ONE | a WAY TO SELL LUMBER? THAT IS, TO SELL AT REASONABLE FIGURES X if We have lately come into Imperial Valley and are building up our stock as the trade demands. Our coming here has saved JU 0 beyond a doubt hundreds of dollars that would have been paid had the prices not been reduced. We are here to slay. While at mr Q 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 )Q/ Kto cover the city of Imperial twice. M v A SPECIAL H y Whiting's No, 1 Oregon Pine Flooring at $37,00 Per Thousand, How does that H U Compare with Prices six months ago of $60,00 Per Thousand? • jOj 0 Look at the other man's lumber, get his figures and then get ours. Ever the Same XX WHITING LUMBER CO.? U I. L. WILSON, Agent, Imperial, Ca...

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. — 4 March 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 canal*, 250,000 acres: under Irrigation system when completed, 400,000 acres. Adjacent to irrigated Ihiul in Arizona and land to be Irrigated by the National (iovernment from the same grand Colorado river which will make a combined body of more than a million Irrigated acres. V &* «> HK action of the United % 0" ra States Assistant Attorney m >*v/J57 General in deciding that the property of the California Development Company can not be pur chased by the United States under ex isting conditions, is no surprise to those familiar with the tituation, as pointed out in the Press recently. Tho conces sion from the Mexican government to Mr. Ileber's company is of such a char acter, and so hedged about with restric tions aa to make it inadvisable for the go...

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 March 1905

2 r THE BUSY CORNER THE BUSY CORNER J AN ELABORATE EXHIBITION OF NEW SPRiNG=— AND OUR INITIAL DISPLAY OF Are the particular features at STEVENSON'S this week. The I great number of new arrivals; the splendid display of new 1 and pretty goods; the great variety, forming I an occasion of surpassing interest. | Those who follow fashion's edids have already demonstrated the favor with I which the Cotton Weave Mohair Luster, Etamine Viole, Greek Viole, j Chambray; Batiste, Silk Effe&s and Taffeta will be received. I Our collection affords the specific shades and designs I pi i <*"•• -*ts~ >•." <•-- *f~ < \ *'At ■»•%> #(/ #t «%f 'j ; SILK EFFEOTS AND TAFFETA j German Imitation of Silk * \ ETAMINE VIOLES | A Perfect Reprocuction of Wool Violes — All Shades and Patterns * BROCADED GAUZE BOURETT j Elegant Designs & LONDON VIOLES 1 All shades and Patterns , H EMBROIDERED BATISTE MOHAIR LUSTER Many Shades and Patterns All Shades ( SCOTOH OXFORDS i Summer Shades ! NEW SAT...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 4 March 1905

Farmers' Corner The Dairy The following article appeared in tlio last number of tlio Orange JiuM Farmer, contains Home useful hints to Dairymen : If you have a hand separator, besides getting an extra price for your butter fat, you have tlio warm skim milk to feed your young stock. Ex-Gov. Hoard and Prof. Harrington of Wisconsin, two of our best authorities on this subject, tell us that warm skim milk will pro duce as (rood calves and pigs as whole milk. Besides, this, your skim milk is not mixed with that of diseased herds from neighboring dairies, as sometimes happens when delivering at a creamery. If you have no hand separator we advise you to get one at once and make your dairying more profitable. HOW TO HANDLE CREAM PROPKRLY Separate while warm or as soon as you are through milking, then cool the cream as rapidly as possible, either by stirring with the can in cool air or in cool, fresh water, and keep cool until delivered. Never put two batches of cream together until each has...

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. — 4 March 1905

4 CLEASON REPLIES TO GANT JhiDITOR I'JIKHH i 1 dunire to ask of you e\Hicc to reply to the letter of Mr; V. UailtJ which is evi dently intended, by the frequent use of my name, as an attack upon me. I feel the utmost charity for Mr. Guilty because this attack is due not to the fact that 1 have failed in any way to liiiilil'ully represent the interests of Water Company No. 1, but because of a mistaken i tea of his that I was opposed to him and went to Calexico to oppose his candidacy for re-election, which I did not do. 1 way informed that there was likely to be a split, and went there to induct; them, if possible, to unite upon one man and elect him instead of splitting between two and loosing both ; I knew that Mr. Gant was a candidate, ami also that Mr. Preston was the choice of some people in the district; and refused to express n»y preference between the two. 1 was not there for that purpose. JMy understanding today is that Mr. Gant was the choice of Mr. Rockwood and that the Ca...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 4 March 1905

K'[,A|[(V MIPPU[N^B Hp®3 Which ara strictly up to date m«k» |^ WF N|^ the most prosperous dairyman. Write BsgnKy H l^^n ' or our n-w catalo fl u * describing Wj-j&fJßw 1 J^w Twentieth Century Dairying, and our KfgW Hi^* unequaled stock of Dairy Apparatus [Kjftjr JUgHto ' and Supplies. Reasonabl* prices con> Bp Agents for the celebrated De Laval m Bjßafl Cream Separators. WO f^ m n" mmmm^ For Invalids, Infants s Aged A physician writes: "I gave to a lady, long suffering with a stomach trouble, who found it difficult to obtain a food that digested well DR. PRICE'S WHEAT FLAKE CELERY FOOD 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— Nutritious— Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat MvHonatureon <£} Pfa/®* ' every package. /^« &• J£>.V^VCCX' Dr. Prioe, the creator of Dr. Prioe's Cream Baking Powder...

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 March 1905

6 THE IMPERIAL PRESS ' j-i PUni.ISHBri SATOKDAYB AT IMPBRIAt., CAL., BY IMPERIAL PRESS PUB. CO.. JAS. O. IJLU3. Managj/^ | «/> VVntcli the subcrlptlon date on your paper. ADYBRTIsiNa RAT^S „ Per niotitli 1 inch *.**..:.!.# 1.00 2to 13 inches KM page), per inch.. .75 13 inches (^page) ...*.. ..*, 8.50 G2 inches (% P"K«) ....?»..'....'•» 15.00 52 inches; (full page) h»>sH'" 25t0 ° ~ HNTBRBO AS SECOND CLAsk'MATTBR SUBSCRIPTION ' One Yew" - - "' • $1.00 Six Months . . - h;. - .50 Three Months .25 Single Copies ... - .05 DO NOT SEND STAMPS IN PAYMENT The number of our paid circulation will be furnished on application ""SATURDAY, MARCH 4. 1905. CLEAN UP THE TOWN Our little City is undergoing a spell of "house-cleaning 1 " in that the prohibition ordinance is being enforced. We believe it to be high time for such a moye. Im perial's good name is at stake. The City was originally planned on prohibition lines, the prohibi tory clause being made a part of every deed to lots in the City,...

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. — 4 March 1905

IMPERIAL JJlrnin Time. ' Lcavftfnr OlcHffiicli 4:27 a. (ii.^tfcrijKlO \t. in. Due to arrive from Old Heath 7:55 a. m., and 8:05 p. in. Holton-lnterurban Railway. i TCr.iins leave Imperial dally, 9ia. hi. * « Arrive llottvllip/^35 a. m. -J • ,- " , Leave Iloltville ilrttty, I:3OVAhv • - ■ Arrive Imperial 2:05 p. m. Turkey dinner 25 cents Sunday at the Thelnm Hotel. Constable Dan Nichols returned Thurs day from Yuma. Best meal in the Valley 25 cents, at the Thelnia Hotel. F. N. Burleigli returned from a busi ness trip to Los Angeles. S. N. Beman, of lowa, wns looking over the Valley this week. F. N. Chaplin returned Sunday from a-business trip to Los Angeiea. The baled hay has sprouted after the recent rains and a good crop is expected. F. G. Havens returned Wednesday night from a business trip in Los An geles. Shirley C. Ward of Los Angeles, spent a few days in the Valley this week on business. W. B. Tripp, of San Jacinto, spent a couple of days in the Valley this week on business. S...

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 March 1905

Blind Piss or Saloon A very vexing question that troubles the moral sense of every enlightened community is to eliminate the evil re* suits caused by the use ol alcoholic beverages. Ministers of thet gospel hdve preached against it's uso for a long time with no results. The chdrdi tried bo long and accomplished so little, that some well disposed people who did not want to preach songht to eecfure legislation pro hibiting the manufacture afld sale of intoxicants. This they sneceeded in doing in Borne places only to find that the liquor inter ests had been alert and secured the fill ing of the administrative offices with men friendly to them. The enforce ment of the law tinder such circum stances could not be secured.. This led to the organizing of a political party fof the express purpose ol electing officers who could be depended on to enforce the law. This, too, was smcessf.il in come places, bat still whisky continued to be sold in spite of the best efforts of Bach officers. The p...

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 March 1905

Fifty Thousand Dollars Demanded by Dr. Anderson Fifty thousand, tlm.-e hiimired dol lars is believed by Dr. William A. An derson of Imperial, to he suitable com pensation for tin? "humility, mortifica tion and shame" of his recent arrest on a charge of selling liquor contrary to on ordinance of the city in which he has his apothecary shop. Dr. Ander son instituted suit yesterday in the superior court against 11. L. Peck, recorder of Imperial, and Thomas Beach marshal of Imperial, to recover the above amount, plus costs. Complaint says be was confined in a filthy jail, without adequate food and clothing and was exposed to many in dignities. The arrest, lie claims, was wholly false and against the law. It will be recalled that Dr. Anderson obtained from the superior court a writ of habeas corpus and also a writ of pro hibition, the former securing his release from the custody of the Imperial auth orities on a technicality, the latter for bidding the recorder to prosecute Dr. Anderson ...

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. — 4 March 1905

10 I . "I II IMPERIAL LANDS I I ■ ■ I v x 4 x I I iIMPERJAL, CAL.I g Lumber! Lumber! Lumber! | S WHO REDUCED THE PRICES ON LUMBER? ft S WHITINQ LUMBER CO.f | THERE IS ONLY ONE | S WAY TO SELL LUMBER ( THAT IS, TO SELL AT REASONABLE FIGURES X X We have lately come into Imperial Valley and are building up our stock as the trade demands. Our coming here has saved CC O beyond a doubt hundreds of dollars that would have been paid had the prices not been reduced. We are here to slay. While at jn Of 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 )q Hto cover the city of Imperial twice. JO |nj A SPECIAL U £j| Whiting's No, 1 Oregon Pine Flooring at $37,00 Per Thousand, How does that H. V Compare with Prices six months ago of $60,00 Per Thousand? W 0 Look at the other man's lumber, get his figures and then get ours. Ever the Same XI f WHITING LUMBER COJ \> I. Iw. WILSOIN, Agent, Imperial, Cal. n IMPERIAL PRESS

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 11 March 1905

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. Published at the center of the (treatest irrigated territory in America, In the heart of the Colorado desert, San Dlejfo 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. OUR VALLEY'S PROGRESS The heavy rainfall of last week has drained off and the beautiful spring sun shine has taken its accustomed place in our weather denartment. The land has settled; mud is drying up; roads are passable again, and even the streets of Imperial are once more getting into shape. In a few days more our Imperial Val ley will be itself again, with smiling fields, smooth level roads, and perfect weather, a land of beauty and cheerful ness, "where every prospect pleases and on...

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 March 1905

2 f THE BUSY CORNER THE BUSY CORNER ] STEVENSON BROS. CO. AN ELABORATE EXHIBITION OF NEW SPRING^ WASH FABRICS AND OUR INITIAL DISPLAY OF immWASH WAISTS sn I Are the particular features at STEVENSON'S this week. The great number of new arrivals; the splendid display of new and pretty goods; the great variety, forming an occasion of surpassing interest. Those who follow fashion's edids have already demonstrated the favor with which the Cotton Weave Mohair Luster, Etamine Viole, Greek Viole, Chambray, Batiste, Silk Effeds and Taffeta will be received. Our collection affords the specific shades and designs SILK EFFECTS AND TAFFETA German Imitation of Silk ETAMINE VIOLES A Perfect Reprocuction of Wool Violes— All Shades and Patterns BROCADED GAUZE BOURETT Elegant Designs LONDON VIOLES All shades and Patterns EMBROIDERED BATISTE MOHAIR LUSTER Many Shades and Patterns All Shades SCOTCH OXFORDS Summer Shades NEW SATEENS For Dresses NEW GINGHAMS Great Variety NEW PERCALES Assorted Patterns !...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 11 March 1905

f Travel with the Mail The Rock island affords you the same kind of service that your letters receive in point of promptness and despatch. Two fast daily trains to the East via El Paso — Golden State Limited Chicago Fast Mail Both carry transcontinental mails. Through sleeper service daily — Stand- ard and Tourist — to Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago. Inquire into Rock Island service before buyingyour ticket. F. L. MILLER, J & J Diet. Pass. Agent, Ful , information at Southern Pacific Ticket Offices, or 237 So. Spring Street, J, y addressing me. Los Angeles. To the East, via El Paso, the Rock Island offer* the line of least re«iitance —uf longest level stretches. , H. J. MESSINGER Phone yourorderfor rig to meet you at the train. I jygfV flfld FCCCJ Contracts taken for all * kinds of Team Work. HOLTVILLE hay & grain for sale Image's Imperial Creamery Now has receiving stations at Heber, Brawley, Holtville and Calexico. Deposit your cream there and it will be attended to. B...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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