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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 29 June 1901

Imperial Press. VOL. I. ORGANIZED TOR WORK New Railroad Committee Selects CbalmiMM* Secretary Mr. Grant Will be Back to Take Hold and Mr. Holt Will Come From Im perial to Attend Meetings There was a general feeling of satis faction expressed throughout the city yesterday, says the San Diego Union dated last Friday, when the action of the railroad meeting of the proceeding afternoon became known and there was the general comment on the sub ject that the people were getting down to business in a way that would result in something. Everybody hopes that it will result in the speedy formation of a corporation to accomplish some thing. The meetings of the committee ap pointed to take charge of and go for ward with the work of organization of a corporation at the proper time and in the proper manner, will be watched with interest, though it is probable that in the nature of the work mapped out for the committee to perform, the meetings will not always be public, and the action taken will n...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 29 June 1901

2 Imperial Press Saturday, June 29, toot PACIFIC COAS> I ITEMS A Condensed Report of the Important Happenings During the Week Death Valley Nitre Beds— Long Beach Street Railway Franchise— A Tulare Cirl Drives a Header, Etc. Death Valley's nitre beds are at tracting renewed attention. The development of paint mines in Butte county is proving a success. The rare deep sea fish of the Ava lon aquarium are said to be dying. The haymakers of San Jose county have decided to pool their interests. "Beach Row" at Redondo is now lighted by electricity its entire length. An immense summer resort is to be established at Bath Beach, on the West Berkeley shore. Four human skeletons were found interred in a street at Sonoma by men digging a sewer trench. The Santa Clara County Fish Com missioner has asked for 150,000 fry to be placed in the trout streams of that county. New brick yards have started up at Fresno, and are playing havoc with the old combine, prices having dropped from $10 to $6.50 ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 29 June 1901

SUFFERED THREE YEARS, CATARRH OF STOMACH Miss Evelyn Morße writes from G5l Adams etteet, Minneapolis, Minn., as follows : "I Buffered for nearly three years with catarrh of the stomach, which no medi- mm _ —nm— a»i« m c ' ne seem«d to • vij&^i^- i re l' eve t until a j yjEc^-^fiiS*}^' i f r ' eil( l advised = t fvK^S^ V * rnetotry Peruna. ' ,MfEm?fr -S9 J i Although skepti- ''''//iMEtr* wJ i cal, I trie lit and 'WBm s£=s • found 5t hel P e<l 'ii£ot\ ■>■ ■-. -JUj i me within the V-'^^^i first week. I kept »>Sv jtt i taking it for three . /*vj l months, and am I MIM Evelyn Morse I P t leae ? (l to . Bay r. _ nna miuwnmHn! that It Clircd me entirely, and 1 have had no symptoms of its return. 1 am only too glad to recommend it." — Evelyn Morse. Address Dr. Ilurtman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio, for free advice l'riitltnlilt' I'limiKe. A woll known coiijuiir one day vis ited n Scotch village. After perform ing many ustouisliinu tricks he asked for a l...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 29 June 1901

4 Imperial Press Published every Saturday at - Imperial, San Diego County, Cat. fjtnry C. J{tt<&, Editor and ttlanagtr SUBSCRIPTION: One year .... $1.50 Six Months J5 ADDRESS: Impkkiai, Press, Imper ial, San Diego County, Calif. Entered at the Imperial, California Postoffice as second-clasn mail matter. Saturday, June 29, 1901. NO LONGER A DOUBT The Problem of Irrigating the Lands of This Valley is Solved It has been stated by some that the lands of the Imperial country could not be successfully irrigated because of the ground being too level. This obstacle, however, was completely washed out of the country as soon as water was turned in. That irrigation will be a success in this valley is suf ficiently demonstrated as to con vince the most skeptical. The townsite of Imperial, is located on ground that is pronounced by engineers to be the most level of any in the country, and the wat er which reached here last Friday afternoon, although only a small head, flowed across the to...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 29 June 1901

now to Prevent Alfalfa Bloat Since considerable alfalfa is to be raised in the Imperial country, the following by O. B. Whitaker, in the Kansas Farmer, will probably be very interesting to our readers. Mr. Whit aker owns the Alfalfa Medow Farm, at Shady Bend, Kansas, and, talking from actual experience, what he says on this subject should carry with it much force. He says: A great deal of our alfalfa crop goes to waste every yeai because of our fear to pasture it. A great number of ani mals have been lost from bloat caused by pasturing alfalfa. I have 100 acres which I pasture every spring and fall, and have never lost an animal from bloat; and am so sure that I know how to prevent bloat that I turn ray entire herd of registered Herefords on without fear. Every year mv neigh bors lose animals from alfalfa bloat, ami it is from a careful observation of these cases and my own experience that I base my conclusion. I believe thi cause of bloat is extreme hunger on the part of the animal...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 29 June 1901

6 The Duty of Mothers. What suffering frequently results from a mother's ignorance; or more frequently from a mother's neglect to properly instruct her daughter I Tradition says " woman must suf- fer," and young women are so taught. There is a little truth and a cveat deal of exaggeration in this. If a young 1 woman suffers severely she needs treat- ment, and her mother should see that she gets it. Many mothers hesitato to take their daughters to a physician for examina- tion : but no mother need hesitate to write freely about her daughter or herself to Mrs. Pinkham's Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., and secure from a woman the most efficient advice with- out charge. Mrs. August Pfalzgraf, of South Byron, Wis., mother of the young lady whose portrait we here publish, wrote in January, 1899, saying her daughter had suffered for two years with irreg- ular menstruation — had headache all the time, and pain in her side, feet swelled, and was generally miserable. She received an answer promptl...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 29 June 1901

Imperial Press Siturday, June 29, tool A BIG FLOOD IN THE EAST Great Loss of Life and Property in the . States of Virginia and West Virginia Railroad* and Trains Washed Away and Hundreds of Families Homeless — Two Million Dollar's Damages BLUEFIELDS, (W. Va.,) June 23.— This section has just been visited by a flood, the extent of which, in all probability, will equal or exceed that of Johnstown in 1889, so far as the loss of property is concerned. Early yesterday morning, shortly af ter midnight, a heavy downpour of rain began, accompanied by a severe electric storm which increased in vol ume, continuing for several hours. The storm continued through the entire day and night and at 10 a.m., while the storm has abated, the lowering clouds threaten another teriffic down pour at any moment. Many miles of the Norfolk and Western railroad track, bridges and telegraph lines are entirely destroyed and communication is entirely cut off west of Elkhorn, so that it is impos sible to learn the...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 29 June 1901

8 Do You Want a Home [^j!z[Soirtiicm California At the Government Price of $1.25 per Acre? With the best water right in the world at the lowest price ever offered? These can be had nowhere but in the IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT In tHe Eastern part of San Diego County, California The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Diego counties in Southern California and extending down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado River. The Imperial Setttlement is located <n ttis delta, and comprises about five hundred thousand acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. 320 acres can be taken up by each person under the desert land law, and residence on the land is not required. This liberal law is liable to ear...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 6 July 1901

VOL. I. AN EMPIRE PRIMEVAL EDITORIAt LETTER BY A. F. CLARK, OF THE RIVERSIDE PRESS* WHO WAS HERE The magnitude of the great project referred to at>ovc cannot he appreci ated at first flash. It muni needs be fttudied to be appreciated in full, and then its magnitude i- almost appall ing. Five hundred thousand acres of land ;ih rich a» the Nile delta, and stretch ing away from horizon to horizon in reachcH an level ait the surface of a peaceful lake. A canal flowing water sufficient to float a good-sized ship, rich in fertiliz ing clement*, and supplied at a price that make* it the cheapest irrigation project in the arid went. A development project that run well into seven figures, and with potential possibilities that can be scarcely grasped* Such, in brief, in the Imperial Land and water enterprise. The editorial party, after seeing the sources of the water supply designed for the Im|xrrial settlement, bade fare well to hospitable Yuma and at Flow ing Well, where the special car ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 6 July 1901

2 Imperial Pnss SaturJay, July 6. iqoi PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condensed Report of the Important Happening! During the Week Electric Railway (or Sin Btrmrdino and RedUndj— Hot Weather Prevtnts Oil Prospecting— QuscXtilver Deposit. Etc. San Jacinto ts to have a broom fac tory. A disease unknown to cattle men is killing many calve* near Modesto. The Napa cannery expect* to dl* burte ISO.OOO In that county this sea son. The Stockton asparagus cannery lias closed, after putting up *>.<K<) cans of the vegetable Eight old residents of Santa Crui . died within a week. Their combined age was 49$ years. The Oceansulo real estate boam Is still on and many piec« o. valuable property arc exchanging hands. A boy of eight ta a Los Anseles school, upon being asked to ™tae a toothless animal, replied: * Our new baby.'* Ficfat Fresno men were arrested and heavily flned or encroaching upon that, portion of a .nark reserved for ladles and their esc arts. VUalia people are cot happy over the pro...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 6 July 1901

SINKING SPELLS ALARMING SYMPTOM DESCRIBED IN A SWORN STATEMENT lfrt.W.r. Clark ,ofll «,N, V.,Trll«\Vhy Mi«- l« Now Iti-i iiiniMi ml liik n Writ* known ltrmr«l/ Io 1 1 *• r lilr-n.!.. liiilU-' •! Won nnd Mtomarh trouhln hnvn tunny rcuiltn that arc not nl wnyn readily trarod to their r^nl cflUtoJ Homrtluiffl tho kldnoys nro nrpnrontly affocted hut more often nn Irregularity of tho heart's action produces n far more nlnrrnltiK symptom. Tho cnuso lit rosily explained nnd In removed when tho fitnmnrh trouble Ih cured. A cnHO In point Im that of Mrs. \V, T. Cinrk, of 318 Wost ThomaM streot, Homo. N. Y. Fho says: "To begin with, 1 had RnKtrltln. which brought on sinking spells for nhoiit nn hour every morning. I was very woak nnd norvotiß and finally was compelled to tnke to my bed. My illness began In tho spring of 1897, nnd continued for nhout four months For nbout half this timo I wns con fined to my hod. I suffered greatly from tho stomach trouble nnd norv ouHiicfls, hut what alarmed m...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 6 July 1901

4 Imperial Press J_ Ihihlishrd evert Saturday at Imperial, Ssn Diego County, C*L tjenry C. Httd. tldlter and Wana#tr __ SUBSCRIPTION: 0«c >f *• .... SI.SO Sh Mmtkt JS ADDRESS: Imnikim. Pmkss. Imper ial. San l*icp> County, Calif. llturrrii at the Imperial. California ISwtoflW* j >« *«¥«ad<.UM mail niattrr Saturday. July 6. !<*>!. 4 JOB Of PBIMINO "May I print a kit* on your check?" I aj&ed. She nodded her *wect permission. So urc went to pre*.». and I rather uxic*», \W printed a larce edition. v It is not often that a President docs a thing that pleases every body, but Mr. McKtnlev didn't miss 1 1 far when he announced that he would not be a candidate for a third term. The sum and substance of the sentiments ex pressed by men of all poli tical parties is that the country owes President McKinley a debt of gratitude for saving it from such a three-year third-term discussion as that which the people went through in the late seventies, when General Grant was being p...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 6 July 1901

LOCAL AND PERSONAL (J. W. flothwell of Knntiidr was over last Friday. Dr. HeflrriiAu came down from I*o* Angeles last Friday. Mrs I*eroy Holt and Master Jim of Kcdlauda, visited her husband here this week. C. K. Kockwood and Dr. Hcfferuau went to I,o* Angelcn Wednesday to «pcnd the Fourth. Mesum 8. \V. lirown of San Bernar dino and W. S. C irwin of Highland*!, were here this week. Wesley I'attou left here forsLosJAn geles Tuesday to spend the Fourth and recuperate a couple of weeks. I*. C. Vickrcy, who has been doing carpenter work her several weeks, left for his home in KcdlaiuU Tuesday. The population of Imperial in some what reduced this week because of many going out to spend the Fourth. The construction of the Christian church has sufficiently progressed as to be turned into the hands of the painter, and work has now commenced on the parsonage. Of the Grand Cao)oa Oil the brink of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado river, about 50 miles north of Williams. Arizona, the Santa Fe ra...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 6 July 1901

6 The Change of Life I* the rno«.t Important period In a tv<v. man* oxUtrnce. Owing to ttn«!crn rnrthf*d* <»f llrinfr. col one wot ..-in \ti a thousand nppniar.hc* IhU |wrf«s:tl.v nV.urnl changV without expefic.icintf a train of trerr annoying and wtno» time** painful ikyraptoxn*. Tho«_? dre.ti'.fiil not fla^he*. f-cndlnjf the blotvl Mirj.'inj* to the heart unlil it noem-t ready to bur*u and the faint feeling thai ft>llo\r*. r^metlme*. with chills, us if the heart were froing to »top for f*vK«d, are M~mptou.*i of a dan*. \--»-*>ir*« ->^ ■ ,(*!»»,/__->' — "V Mo. Jcyf.T. Nobul rerona, nervous trouble. Tho*e hot fla&hes arc just so tnanv c.-iIK from nature for bdp. The nerivs are err- ing oat for ai-Mst-uiee. The cry should be heeded in time. Lvdia tL I'ink* ham's Vcjretable Compound was pre- pared to meet the need.** of woman's tvs'.cm at this trying peritxi of her life. It bailds up the weakened nervous BTStetn. and enables a woman to pass thai grand change triu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 6 July 1901

Imperial Press SiturJay, July 6, loot ACCIDENTALLY HANGED Professor Birtwrll Meets With a Horrible fate An Ornithology Climbs a Tree After a Bird's No', When the Rope He Was Using Slips and TljhtiM Around His N»ck -Wife Witnesses the Tratfedy ALBUQIKItQIi:. N. M., Juno an — Prof. Francis J. BlrtwHl of Boston met ii horrible fnto on the Mo IVcos yesterday. Ho wan high Up In a tree after n bird's n««nt, when the rope he was using In climbing caught on v limb, v loop tightening around lilh neck ami he wbh ■lowly strangled to death before the eyca of his bride of a month, who, with two men, stood at tho foot of tho tree, unable to help tin* unfortunate man. Prof. Dlrtwell had climbed the tree by the aid of a pair of lineman's spurs, and had reached a point seven ty-flvo feet from the ground, when he called for help. Hlh wife called to two inon who wero near, and they made quite a long rope by tying short <ir ones together and threw tho ropo to him. He was getting down nicely when one...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 6 July 1901

8 i iHPcnPou Want a HomelEl^^Southcrn California] I |f At the Government Price of $1.25 per Acre? 'm H With the best water right in the world at the lowest price ever offered? g| i These can be had nowhere but in the I § IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT | * • # % In the Eastern part of San Diego County, California 3jf * . * The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Diejjo counties in Southern California ami extending down into lx>wer California, comprises about 1,000.000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past jjfc *™ ages by alluvial dejx>sits carried down by the waters of the Colorado River. ife ** The Imj»erial Setttlement is located n tl.is delta, and comprises about five hundred thousand *& acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and , can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. .>2O acres can be taken up by each person under the •^ desert land la...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 13 July 1901

VOL. I. GREEN FIELDS AT CAMERON "It has been said with poetic sentiment that the man who causes two blades of grass to grow where but one grew before is a benefactor to his kind. He is greater in the universe than the warrier or the solon, and his works live after him, even until the end of time." If all this is true of the man who simply causes two blades of grass to grow instead of one, we will cer tainly need invent new words of encomium for men who make tons of sorghum and millet grow where not even one blade of grass grew before, as is now being done in that part of the country about Cameron. On the trip to and from the Fourth of July celebration last week, which was at Sal ton gate, the point where water is turned from Hie Salton channel into the main and lateral canals, we were afforded the first opportunity of seeing the remarkable progress being made by those people in agricultural lines, as well as what is being done otherwise in that section. During the present summer sea...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 13 July 1901

2 Imperial Press SaturJiy. July t J, «oot PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condcnwd Report of the Important ll*preivns« Durinj the Week Suspensions at th« M:nt -Anti-Saloon P«op!c Win Attorney Sent to Pmon Eleven Year Old Gttl Shoot* The saloon l**ue in l.ong lUach *as given • quietus laM Saturday t>> « vote of 2T? to S»*. giving the anli-iu loon jcople a majority of K3 out ol r,GT» vote* polled, SAN JOSK.-Saxnuel B, Terrcl!. tbe attc rney who was convicted cf forgery and fcritmrrd lo a terra of four year* in San Quenttn. ha* left for hi* fu ture prison bemo. He ha* been in Jail for over two year*, and has stubborn!? fcught every indictment presented against him. San FYanclsco. July s.— Cashier Colo and Chief Clerk nirmntck of the mint have been suspended from duty, pend ing the outrun* of the investigation into the mysterious dlsapearancc o; SSO.OCO in gold Cv>in from the cash iers' working vault. Frank Dudley is ct»w performing tut duties of the cashiers' office aaJ B. \V. Day is ho...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 13 July 1901

AWFUL AGONY Iho Story of <> StrlcltCfl Womon Whom Hoc tors Were Mot Able to Help. t'rum tht \t%ii, t'liiinmtiUf. ln>t The fttory <,t Mm. Nolllo M. Hcddon, of No. C2l Kuinmit avonub H Connors^ vllle, hid., (ontnlus an Important !■ » t:«.n for many American woim-n who ttufTVr In Bllence rather than fnce the ordeal that the tmual treatment ot their troubles entails. It I* »i Htory that rliiKß with honest gratitude and doeH not tell half the misery that the narrator endured. Other women who are suffering us Mrs. Hcdden did will know how to understand and apprecl nto much that cannot be told In a ncwKpapiT article. Mrs, Hcddcn'fl experience \* bent given In her own words. She bivb: "For nearly a year I Indurcd terrible tißony caused by a general breaking down of the* nervous; system, female weaknefH and nuppreHition of the pe riods, I Buffered greatly with bearing down pains an«l wan very weak and Bhort of breath. M /."circulation wnu very bad, cniisinj? numbness of limbs, dl...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 13 July 1901

4 Imperial Press PuWUhcd every Saturday at Jmptrtel, San Dltgo County, Cal. fitmrf C. Httd. f-ditcr and IJUna^tr SUBSCRIPTION: Ow >ejr .... $|.5o Six Moathi J5 *" ' " " ' ' i ADDRESS: lurnviw. |»ni:*«. Imper ial. San l*icg\» CVmnty, Calif. ! Y.fWrtfA at »hr ImjvrUl. O»Uf«>r«U lV»»tf>ffU*# ] ■• «*o<m4<lam mail matter. Saturday. July lA. V*>\. 1 UK Presidents usual prompt ness in definig his position upon important nutters i* making bi« failure to either appoint a new commissioner of Pensions, or to say that he intends keeping Com missioner Evans in that position, very puzzling to everybody. The doubt is not calculated to add to the efficacy of the work of the Pension Bureau, as employes oi that establishment, whose lirst interest is to retain their jobs, don t know "where they are at.** They know that there is a radical dif ference of opinion as to how cer tain pension laws should be con strued between those who are demanding the appointment of a new commissioner of...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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