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The Soil Simply Marvelous in Its
And the Climate is Intoxicatfogly
In los Angeles Times.
It Is very far from a fiemi-millenlum since
three little open boats under the flat; of Spain
first touched the waters of the western hem!
sphere and revealed the new world to the
eyes of Europeans. It Is only a little over
century since the United States of America
sprang, so to speak, like Pallas Athene from
the brain of Jove, a completely armed ad
dltion to the family of nations. It is but
little ver half a century since California be
came a part of these United States of America,
and less than a generation since the settle
ment of the Great South vest began.
In all the 125 years since the Republic was
founded, also in the half century since Call
fomia became one of the States of the Union.
and during every year of the last thirty, a re
alization of the vast riches of the American
continent, of the territory of the United
States and of this Great Southwest hns been
more and more astonishing to the minds of
men. One would suppose that by today we
knew pretty thoroughly what the undevelop
ed resources of the Great Southwest might
reasonably be expected to become. We have
not reached the depths of this great ocean of
wealth with our plummet line yet.
In a residence of forty years on the Coast
the writer thought be knew a little about
what there is on the Coast, and as most of
these years have been spenl In and around
Los Angeles, be naturally had a little con
ceit that he was pretty well acquainted with
the Great .Southwest- Last week a trip to the
Colorado River bottoms, below Yuma made
him feel as a tenderfoot who had come In on
the last train. New to him, this wonderful
region and Its possibilities are pretty well
known to a great many readers of The Times
by the stories published, if not by the demon
stration of their own eyes.
Yuma lies on the map just twelve miles
from when: the government is putting In the
great Laguna dam, at the confluence of the
Gila and Colorado Rivers. It is twelve miles
from Yuma down the Tiver to the Mexican
boundry line on the Arizona side of the river
At one point, just below Yuma, the interna
tional boundry line runs up along the river
which there takes a westerly trend and from
Yuma to Mexico Is only a few miles.
Ages ago when the mountain ranges of
Arizona and California towered toward the
stars, at least twice as high as they do now,
rains were very freduent and came down in
torrential volumes all along these mountain
ridges. The Colorado River in these past ages
was a mighty stream, sweeping down debris
in tons every second of its flow. The Colora
do sink was at that time a grat inland sea,
which spread over the country on both sides
of whore the river now runs. As the erosion
of winds and storms, landslides and glaciers
wore down the mountain ridges year by year,
the great river carried down vast amount
of slit, erosion from the rocks full of phos
phates, limes and disintegrated granites, as
well as tbe vegetation along Its banks; and
this was all deposited in what are, now tbe
sink of tbe Colorado.
As the mountain tops were worn down, tbe
rains became less frequent and' less in volume
bat the erosion of rocks and river banks, tbe
trees- and veretable mould torn from the
banks still came down and settled into tbe
bottom of the great Inland lake. This geogical
process went on from age to age to our time,
leaving tbe Colorado at Yuma a stream about
half a mile widf and being at the present I
time about twenty feet deep la the deepest
It is not necessary to remind Cailfornlans
that the Spanish missionaries and explorers
called this river tbe Colorado because of tbe
reddish color of Its waters. 1 1 Is the Colorado
spin tbe Grand Canyon in Arizona and
down past The Needles. Bat at this t ime of
tbe year, after passing the month of the Gila,
instead of the red river it becomes tiie brown
river. It actually looks today as if ten per
cent of its flow was silt and only ninety per
nt water.
But tbe object of this story is to call atten
tion once more, and for perhaps the thou
sandth time, to the riches of tbe soil along
the Colorado on both sides, Incident to the
deposltidgof this mass of debris during all
the past ages. Going through the country
on tbe Arizona side of tbe river, for several
miles below Yuma, one encounters the same
type of country and soil that is found in the
Imperial Valley country around Brawley,
Calexico and other points west of the river
Tbe fertility of the black prairie soils of Illi
nois has astonished people engaged in agri
culture for nearly one hundred years. The
fertility of the valleys of the Nile has been a
matter of history for at least 6000 years. Those
who are familinr with Illinois prairie soil,
and those who know what the valley of tbe
Nile Is for agriculture, khow that this lower
Colorado River region surpasses both of them.
If you ask a farmer along this stretch of
country If the soil is six feet, his" eyes will
open with astonishment ai your Ignorance.
He will tell you no one knows whether It is
BO feet, 000 or 0,000 feet deep. It is practically
without bottom. It is so thoroughly well
mixed with sand, disintegrated granite and
other rocks that it never breaks. It is as
easily worked as a bean' of ashes, and re
sponds to cultivation in a way that is mar
Arizona has established an experiment
station in tbe heart of this big valley, which
is some twenty-four miles long, and in spots
ten to twelve miles wide, down on the lower
level. The results are wouderful. Last week
they were cutting a crop of alfalia on this ex
perimental farm, and for seven consecutive
months they will cut succeeding crops. The
only months when the crop is not cut here are
December and January.
Cotton and tobacco grow with the greatest
luxuriance, and this rich alluvial soil will be
noted in a very few years as the ideal spot in
the whole country fpr dairying, hog raising,
the production of poultry and vegetables, which
one hesitates to call early or late, as they will
be perennial. New potatoes will be produced
in the middle of January, tomatoes will be
ripe by the first of March, ripe grapes will be
gathered In the early days of May, and apri
cots by the middle of the same month. Chic
kens and turkeys flourish there in the winter
time beyond all experience anywhere else.
The rainfall is exceedingly light and comes
only three or four times in a whole winter.
With cn abundance of green alfalfa and veget
able the dry and not overheated climate
prevailing in the winter months, chickens are
free from the disease that make their raising
difficult elsewhere. There is no spot in South
ern Illinois or Missouri so adapted to the pro
duction of corn as this valley along the Colora
do Klver. With alfalfa and corn, the butter,
cheese, eggs, poultry and pork to be raised oa a
twenty-acre farm will amaze those who have
tbe experience in American agricultural affairs
The winter climate around Yuma is a thing
so intoxicatingly salubrious lhat no words can
describe it. Those deserts of America, as we
have regarded them heretofore, seem to defv
the ills that human nature elsewhere is so
prone to contract and suflcr from. The atmos
phere Is as dry as punk, the skies cloudlessly
clear, the air mild as possible, and every
breath seems to be an Inspiration of new life.
The United States has an experiment farm on
the mesa just on the outskirts of Yuma. Here
ults even more marvelous than in the valley
are produced. Down on the lower levels there
are little nips of frosty mornings occasionally
during December and January, but on the mesa
the breath of frost never touches the most del
icate vegetatioa. Oranges grown at the Feder
al experiment station arc unsurpassed in their
delicious Quality.
Yuma is a busy, up-to-date town. The more
modern Improvements consist of several blocks
of attractive brick buildings, a three-story post
office building, also of brick, and many other
nice structures. Among some of the greater
improvements which arc being made, are
835,000 school building, a $75,000 ice plant,
fine club-house for the railroad employes,
larger passeuger depot, and the probability of
a new court house to cost 575,000. There is con
siderablc business done there, but the people
have not begun to awaken to the vast possibili
ties of the place. They should at once erect an
up-to-date tourist hotel. It should have ample
grounds around it and be planted with all
kinds of tropical vegetation If atmosphere
were only transportable like mineral waters
and one could send consignments, of this Yuma
winter air to the East, the inspiration of its
health-giving qualities would bring 25.000
tourists .every winter to the banks of the Colo
rado River.
Yuma needs only to make known its climatic
attractions in the parts of the East swept every
year by blizzards and snowstorms to attract i
citv full every winter. The fertility of the vul
ley below will almost make itself known with
out effort on tbe nart of the people. But with z
valley full of intelligent and industrious rural
Donu'lation. producing fruits and vegetables.
poultry, eggs, rresn mil k. ana rragrant nutter,
Yuma should be one of the most delightful
winter resorts in all America. There is every
thing there to furnish tourists with the most
hcalthfnl and declicious food, and if the air in
that region does not drive doctors to seek a
living elsewhere. It will be because the people
do not know now to live properly.
The Laguna Dam will be completed In 1909,
and in ten years from today the attractions of
Yuma as a health resort and the fertility of
these bottom lands will be so well known that
it will require 91,000 in cash to buy a single
acre of It.
Serial 0907
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona.
l-ccember 13. 190P.
Notice is hereby given that Mvron J. Kings
bury, of Gila Bend, Arizona, who on Aug. 10.
iws, made Homestead Entry No. 4674. Serial
0907, for the SE of SEJf .Section 20, Township
8 S. Range 23 W. G. and S. R.Meridian. has
filed notice of intention to make final Five vear
prooi to estamisn claim to tbe land above de
scribed, before Charles H. Utting, Clerk of
District Court.athis office in Yuma. Arizona, on
tne zzna day oiManuary, HMO.
claimant names as witnesses:
James L. Lee, Donald Mclntyre Sr.. T. A
White and W. D. Kuhn. all of Yuma. Arizona.
December, 16, 1009
Serial 03089
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior.
U. S- Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
Dec 13. 1 909.
Notice is hereby given that Camlin Evans.
of Yuma, Arizona, who.on August 2- 1904. made
Homestead iantry No. suss, serial 030Ssi for the
SwM- section 5, township 9, S. R. 22 W., G. &
S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make final fire-year proof. to estab
lish claim to the land above described, before
Chnrles-H. Utting, Clerk of District Court.at his
office In Yuma, Arizona, on the 2Uh day of
January, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses.
Bi-niamin t Carey, Charles J. Johnson. Saul
A. Hagerty and Herbert G. Locke, all of Yuma,
Dec 16, 1909. Register.
Serial 030b4
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
Dec-mber IS, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Herbert G.LocUe.
of Yuma, Arizona, who. on August 24. JDo4.
madeHomestesd Entry No. 5027. Serial 03084 for
tne iswii of section 4, Townshln 9. South.RanL-e
22 West, G. and S- R- Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make finnl fire-year proof to
establish claim to the land above described,
beforeCharles H.Utting.Clerkof District Court,
at his office in Yuma, Arizona, on the 21th day
of January, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charles J. Johnson. Saul A. Hagcrtv. Benja
min F. Carey and Camlin Evans, all of Yuma,
FRANK H. PARKER, Register.
Dec 10, 1909
' Serial 02742
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior,
U, S. Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona,
December 14. 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Jesus M. Leon, of
Picacho, California, who, on Dec. 10. 1901, made
Homestead Entry, No, 4074, Serial 02742, for
lots 3 and 4, section 34; lot 1 and EH Sw, sec
tion 35 township 4, south, range 23 west, G. and
S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final five-year proof to establish claim
to the land above described, before Charles H.
Utting, Clerk of District Court, at his office in
Yuma, Arizona, on the 22nd day of January.
Claimant names as witnessesr
Emcllne Ferguson. Joseph M, Mendevll,
William Swnim and Rnfiel Romo, all of
Picacho, Calif.
Frank H. Parker,
Dec 16. 1909 Register.
Serial 03080
Yuma Project.
1st Form Withdrawal.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona.
September 11. 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Angel Tonlni, of
Yuma, Arizona, who. on August 24. 1904. made
Homestead Entry No. 5023, Serial 03080, for the
Wli of Nwtf and W of SwH, section 14.
Township 9, south. Range 23 West, G. and S.
R. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final five-year proof to establish claim to
the land above described, before Charles H,
Utting, U. S. Commissioner, at his office in
Yuma, Arizona, on the 22nd day of October,
Claimant names as witnesses;
Moses S- Hibbard. Henry Wnpperman, Jo
seph Kean and Wingate Lindsay, all of Yuma,
Frank H. Parker, Register.
Sept 16 1909
Serial 03103
Notice for Publication
1st form withdrawal Yuma Project.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona.
December 28. 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Mary Jordan,
widow of Walter Evans, deci ased. who, on
September 23. 1904. made Homestead Entry No.
5062, Serial 03103. for the Se! Section 5, Town
ship 9. South, Rnnge 22 West, G. & S. R.
Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make
final five-year proof to establish claim to the
land above described, before Charles H.Utting,
Clerk of District Court, at his ofnee in Yuma,
Arizona, on the 5th day of February, 1010.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Camlin Evans. Charles J. Johnson. Herbert
G. Locke and Benjamin F. Carey, all of Yuma,
Frank H, Parker, Register.
Dec. 3009
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Charter of the Yuma
National Bank
No, 9608.
Treasury Department, Office
of the Comptroller of the Cur
rency, Washington, D. C, De
cember 14th, 1909. Whereas, by
satisfactory evidence presented
to the undersigned, it has been
made to appear that "The Yuma
National Bank" in the town of
Yuma, in the county of Yuma
and Territory of Arizona, has
complied with all the provisions
of the Statutes of the United
States required to be complied
with before an association shall
be authorized to commence the
business of banking:
Now, Therefore, I, L-iwrence
O. Murray, Cjraptroller of the
Currency, do hereby certify that
"The Yuma National B mk" in
the town of Yuma, in the county
of Yuma and Territory of Ari
zona, is authorized to commence
the business of Banking, as pro
vided in Section Fifty one hun
dred and sixty-nine of the Ee
vised Statutes of the Uuited
In Testimony Whereof, wit
ness my hand and seal of office
this fourteenth day of December,
1909. .
Seal Comptroller of tbe
Articles of Incorporation of the
Interstate Gold Dredging
ENTS: That. we. tne undersigned, a ma
jority of whom are citizens and residents
or the State or California, have tins day
voluntarily associated ourselves together
for the purpose of torming a corporation
under the laws of the State of California,
FIR&T: That the name of said corpor
ation is and shail be interstate Gold
Dredging Company.
SECOND: l'liat the purposes for
which this corporation is formed are as
roiiows: i
1. To engage In all ways and manner,
both geneially and- specifically, in all
kinds of dredging for any and all kinds
of minerals and mineral substances, in- ;
clud:mr hvdraunc and mechanical dredg
ing, using any and all kinds of dredging
devices tiiat mav be deemed wise and ad
visable for the purpose of extracting or
Ink-inn- in nnv Ten v np mnnnw nil minfmln
and mineral substances oi any ana all
kinds from the earth; to enter into con-
rauts for dreuging or otherwise develop- ;
ing any mining property wherever the
same may ue icaieu.
2. To buy and otherwise acquire, own,
hold, lease, rent. let. sell, ueal m and
otherwise dispose of lands and water and
water cuts, mm sites, ana mining ;
claims, mining properties and all other
kinds of real propeity wherever located;
to mine. ievelop. dredge, operate and oth
erwise deal in all kinds of minerals, met- i
als. Diecious stones and mineral substan- 1
ces ot every kind and nature wherever io- 1
eated: to work an operate smelters, mills.
and other works fuv reducing and treat-
ing ores and minerals; to manage, im- i
prove and develop mining claims and I
mines of all character and kinds and
wherever located: and generally to deal
in all manner and kinds of real property ;
within and without the State of Califor- I
3. To bu", contract for. or otherwise , Becureu. auroaui companies navecut rau
acquire, own, Improve, let, lease, hire sell, road wires Into Telegraphy Departments oj
and otherwise leal in, either at wnolesale
or retail, all kinds of dredging machinery
and machinery supplies: to obtain, manu
facture, purchase, sell, market, and other
wise acquire and deal in all ways and
manner patents of all kinds and patent
rights, both within and without the Statu
oi Califorlna.
4. To buy and otherwise acauire. hold.
own, let, lease, sell, dispose of, and other-
wise deal in. in all wavs and manner, all
xsa sUr srnldsprgeisncluffe ! d!ui6T
chiles and ali otr secu?ItSf inclSg SIX elsewhere. 75 of the U. S. COURT RE
the stocit, securities and bonds of this I PORTERS write the Shorthand Draughoa
ornoration. whether within nr wlthmit
the State of California.
To borrow and lend mnnev nnd tn
give and take as security therefor prom
issory notes, oonus, mortgages, pledges,
trust deeds, certificates of indebtedness
anu securities or every kind.
G. To act as asrent. hrnlrpr tittnmni- n I
fact, or other lawful representative nf'nn"
person or corporation in the dnlpf of !n"
i tne uusmcss oi carrying' out of any of
throw the voice. Astoi
of fun. Ventriloquism is no
' the powers or purposes In these articles
'7. To create bonded indebtedness and,
in order to secure the same, to deed in
trust, mortgage or pledge all or any of the
coi poration's property.
i- 8. To Kenerany do and perform any
, and all other acts and things deemed
necessary, convenient or proper or re
lated to or connected wltn the carrying out
and accomplishing any or all of the pur
poses and objects herein specified.
THIKDr-That the place where the
principal business of said corporation is
to be transacted is the city of Los Ange
les. County of Los Angeles, State of
. Ca.ifornia.
1 FOtTRTH: That the term for which
this corporation is to exist is fifty years
from and after the date of Its Incorpora
tion. FIFTH: That the number of its dlrec
I tors shall be five and that the names and
residences of those who are appointed for
the first year are:
Names. Residences
.Edward Maaj?, Los Anseles, California
A. F. Randall LosAngeles California
C. R. Harris. Los Angeles. California
I H. E. Andrews, Pasadena, California
E. Andrews, Pasadena .California
&UA.XH: -mat tne amount or Capital
Stock of said corporation shall be Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) di
vided Into Five Thousand (5,000) shares
of the par value of One Hvndred Dollars
(?100) per share.
SEVENTH: That the amount of Cap
ital Stock which has actually been sub-;
scribed is Five Hundrea Dollars ($500),
and the following are the names of the
persons by whom the same has been sub
scribeu and the number of shares sub
scribed bv each, and the amount sub
scribed bv each:
Names of Subscribers. No. Shares. Amt.
Edward Maag, 1 $100
A. F. Randall, 1 S10O
C. R. Harris, 1 $100
H. E. Andrews, 1 $100
E. Andrews. 1 $100
hereunto set our hands and seals this 14th
day of May;. A. D. 1909.
State of California,
County of Los Angeles, ss.
On this 15th day of May in the year of
our Lord one thousand, nine hundred and
nine, before me, Mattison B. Jones, a
Notary in and for said county of Los
Angeles, State of California, residing
therein duly commissioned and sworn,
personally appeared Edward Maag", A.
Randall, and C. R. Harris, known to me
to be tne persons whose names are sub
scribed to the within and annexed in
strument, and acknowledged that they
executed the same.
unto set mv nand and affixed my official
seal in said county, the day and year la
this certificate urst above written.
(seal) sig. MATTISON B. JONES.
Notary Public,
In and for Los Angeles County, State ot
i State of California
County of Los Angeles, ss.
On uiis 14th day of May, In the year
nineteen hundred and nine, before me,
John D. Anderson,, a Notary Public, in
and for the County of Los Angeles, State
of California, residing therein, duly com
misfioned anu sworn, personally appeared
H. E. Andrews, B, Anarews, known to me
to be the persons whose names are sub
scribed to the within instrument, and ac
knowledged to me that they executed
the same.
unto se. my hand and affixed my official
seal, the day and year In this certificate
first above written.
(seal) sig JOHN D. ANDERSON.
Notary Public,
In and for Los Angeles County, State of
State of California,
County oi Los Angeles, ss.
No. 10403.
I, C. G. Keyes, County Clerk and ex-offf-cio
clerk of the Superior Court, do herehv
certify the foregoing- to be a fun, true and
correct copy of the original Articles of
Incorporation of Interstate Gold Dredging;
Company on file in my office, and that 1
have carefully compared the same with
tne original.
, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hare here-
umir set my nana ana anixea ine seal oi
the Superior Court, th.s 22d day of Oct.,
(seal) C. G. KETES,
County Cleric
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