Santa Ana Register (Santa Ana, CA), 4 May 1912, Pg.4

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Santa Ana Register (Santa Ana, CA), 4 May 1912, Pg.4 - THE SANTA ANA DAILY COLORS FLYING IN SAN...
THE SANTA ANA DAILY COLORS FLYING IN SAN JACINTO Whole population surprised Entire will be interesting to watch it. If th< business district of San Jocinto aflame with flags, pennants and banners announcing the dawn of the New San Jacinto. Decoration takes place at night after closing hours. One feature of the display is an artistically colored banner, five feet wide ami over fifty feet long, strung across the main street, bearing the words. "Welcome. San Jacinto Board of I rade. There are hundreds of pennants and flags fluttering from doorways and windows everywhere. The recent water discovery and development at the foot of Mt. San Jacinto, near by, has aroused the whole country around. The fertility of t the government’s first geo- irvev, but iikc many other if the country in times gone scarcity of water prevented cvelopment. The new water lowever, has changed the and rai back to logical si sections t bv, the *■ its full d< condition. past few months, with its thrill and flip-flops, are any criterion to go by. San Jacinto will give an account ot itself that will not soon be forgotten. The new resort hotel being erected by Mr. Vosburg on Central avenue, is going up rapidly. According to contract, it must be completed in one hundred days from date of beginning work. The new electric light and power svstem, which circulates through the whole valley, has just been completed. The current will be turned on the first of the coming month. Mr. Knowlton’s foreman says ho crcat beaut v expects to get two tons of alfalfa relevancy dates acre at each of the seven cuttings this (■] entire in all upon lation. High-class farming ts branches is now possible v foot of these particularly land: valle'" s turn n >w md it season from his hundred-acre ranch on Mountain avenue. Two hundred tons per single cutting would mean 1400 tons for the season, or $28,000.00 for the crop, it' the present price of $20.00 is maintained. These figures would no doubt make the back East farmer dizzy, but to the California rancher it means only an a%eiage production where anything like correct methods are employed. _________

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  2. 04 May 1912, Sat,
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