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Imperial in the Ifadlnn town in the fniu«il Imperial Valley, snrronndrd with an agri-
THE TOWN OF cultural country second i»» m»ne on earth, where thr htitlttiiidiuan makes all the way from
$_A to $!'» i«rr year l^r acie, a.-* n rewurd for bis la!»or.
ltni-rn^ i^ the capital of the Imperial Valloy, nml will M thiM«ounly M*nt 01 the nnw
County of Imperial, when tlio leuislaturr, in its wisdom, creates a new county in this part
U /&/! j__^ 1 <; ffj ll /% I Parties desirinjr to purchase businrjw or residence lot^ will find they are far below
ll /w a ■"^ H _T^ 1! /"^, B prices in other less favorable commiiuitic*.
MAIML ML m M * A A m ■ m y vt literature, ma|«<« and further particular*, call on or ftddre*"
The Emerson Realty Co.
CALIFORNIA w D OARKV. Local Representative Chamber of Commerce Bldg.. 1 31 S Broadway
Imperial. Cal. Loa Angeles, Cal.
Hr.uvler is l«vntdl oil the lui|*«riul brunch of the Southern Paclflc Kailnmtl. It Is an
TMI: TOWN OF embryonic city, -iirrounded by VO.UM) acres of us rKh laud a* the eye of limn ever looketl
upon, it wilfpriklure wheat," Imrlev. •U«»r U-ets, nlftilfu hay. sorvhum cane, sugarcane, wn
; bland cotton j Indeed everything Indigenous, to this soil and climate growa in luxurious
BfA A 11 f I F"^^ 7 i abundance.
l_*r /% %^^/ B B^ l '* ur literature, majw nnd further jwrliculars, call on or address
"V n VV UU I The Emerson Realty Co.
CALIFORNIA WALTER BROWN. Local Representative Chamber of Com. Bldg.. 132 5. Broadway
Brawley. Cal. Loa Angeles, Cal.
The Southern Pacific ICailroad has just Int-n completed to this "Athens of the Imperial
■rrxi.v r*c Vailev." Here THE lIKItKR AitKKTLTritAL COLLKCK will be ijocaleil.*over »3m),(HX)
TtiE TOW »N OF worth of property having »H*eu set aside a# n donation for this worthy educational object*
Heberifl in the heart of as fertile a country »s the fanutl "Valley of the Nile.'
Everything i?n»ws in generous abundance. The farmers are prospcrous^and tbc surrounding
H| W^% MT^ etiuntry demands that a town should here Ik« built. A new Imnk building, nine business
B S"^ ■ 4 I^P houitesand numerous dwelling* have already been contracted for.
H I _| M^. *"* or l' torallire » »» n P* »»*! further particulaif, call oil «»r a»hlreiwi
CAUFORNiA The Emerson Realty Co.,
VrAUirViK FRED L. EMERSON. Local Representative Chamber of Com. Bldg.. 132 S. Broadway
l\ O. Addre**— lmperial. Cal. Los Angeles. Cal.
In the Western portion °f tlie lim»erial Valley, there are several bvnutiful fresh water lakes, each
covering a half-section of land, more or less. These lakes arc from fifteen to twenty feel in depth, and
are well stocked with fish.
Hlue I-ake Li the finest one of the group. It is aliout three-quartern of a mile In length, by hull a
mile in width. It is surrounded by a vigorous k'rowih of tre*-* that furnish a very pleasant shade that in
very acceptable in summer. Aiound this lake there has Ik-vii laid out a boulevard ll!0 feet in width that
will soon l*s graded, thus forming a Iwautiful shaded drive for alwut two and oue-hnlf nilles 111 length;
■ On the east ?ide of the lake there has lievn platt«r<l the town of Silabee, that i» destined to become
THE TOW NOF t j ie pl^aj,,,^, report of the Valley. The lake being l«oited in the midst of one of the must fertile farming
sections of this modern Valley of the Nile, Silsbee is destined to become not only a pleasure resort, but
_ |; a badiieas center of conskleralile importance, for there is no other town nearer than Imperial and ileber,
•^* W W _T ■"^■ "^ i each of which are about nine mile* distant.
I 1 B>L H^^ M~* As yet, Siluliee lias no railroad facilities and hence but little has Iwvn «1*»»*«- prior to this time to
_tZ^ I 1 ~y I JP i jL__f develop the Inisinesj interests of this section : but it is on the slate to Imild another branch railroad that
«__»^ m «-— «*^_-^ «-*- .hall connect SHsbee with the Imperial Branch of the Soutbertj Pacific, tlius connecthig this comniierciiil
center ami pleasure resort not only with the outside worhl, but also with all other towns In the Valley.
CALIFORNIA. A» a pleasure resort, Silsbee will furnish excellent fishing, «•*"! driring and »H|*rior lx«itinK,
when* the steam and l ♦•lee.trie launch will make the waters of Hlue Lake an attractive feature of what
is destined to become one «if the livliust towns of the Valley.
For literature, niajw* and further |iarticulars. call Oil or address
The Emerson Realty Co.,
P. O. PARSONS, Local Representative Chamber of Commerce Bldg., 1 32 S. Broadway
Silsbec. CaJ. Los Angeles. Cal.
The town of HoHvilie is located at tbo eastern terminus of the lloltville Kail-
TliE TOWN OF road, twelve miles east of Imperial on the east side of the Alamo Kiver.
This town has d«>velo|x*d very rapi<lly during the past year. A 115,000 hotel,
w w w 71 I W ■"^ the finest hoU'l in the Valley, i« compleUnl, and many other business houses and resi-
H I§ \ M I 1/ I I I &-H deuces have Uen built. There are nine miles of ditches within the platt«tl town t>(
H ■%jr H I jf i i __# I ___r 1 lloltville, to furnish water for domestic pur|«i*es and to irrigate the I,'-1K) palm trees
ML M. V-X ■ m ATM A-4A__f s^4 » t id 1,200 |»ep|ier trc#rs that hay.« Ummj plant«il om-it her »ide of the streets. ThestreetH
CAI IFOPNIA and avenues have all been artistically laid out and graded. These canals ulsoMmr-
tfturvKnirt. nisb water for irriK'atinif cr«»|* within the town lin»it». in the near future a piped
. . , water system under pressure will be put in.
An electric lighting plant will aW> v*>n \*i inatallml at lloltville,* the power for which will come from the large plant on the Alamo River,
where, at a forty-foot drop, over 2,000 11. P. is being developed. This ,<reat power plant is on the t» wn site of Iloliville.
The country to the caM, north and south of Iloitrilie on the east side of the Alamo Kiver, is ln-ing rapidly converted into prod net ivo farms,
and all this territory, together with a Isrye section of flue country on the w.**t side of the Alamo, i* tributary to tbU thriving, prosperous embryonic
youujreity. (treat inducements U> itartie* who wish to secure property in this coining (Kcdlauds) of the Im|«-ri;il Valley.
Y^r literature, maps and further particulars, call on or address $
OEO. FARWNO^UgR.pr-^-Uflv. J he EmerSOn Realty CO., °' %?,s&.'&.*• """"^
This is the international gateway city of the Imperial Valley, wnich will \m a dupll-
THE TOWN OF cate of Noicales and Xl I'aso. It i« tho" Open Door" to the (Jreat Kt> public of Mexico. A
Customs lloun*; i« already l>einK establisbeil. It is the present lerminilH of the Imperial
- a if W"^ T V •*▼ Blanch of the Houthern Wcifle Kailrosd. Husinets hous»«s and residences aro jjoing us if by
_f^ y% H I 4 1 1 ■ ■ ' nia K' c « For literature, maps mid further particulars, call on or address
W\l-rEryVl^W The EmeaSollE meaS0I1 Realty Co.
CALIFORNIA. DOOL A ROCK WOOD. Local Representatives Chamber of Com. Bldg., 132 S. Broadway
Calexlco, Cal. Los Angeles, Cal.
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