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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

I Do You Want a Home EZZ^outhern Calif orniaj I % At_the Government Price of $1.25 per Acre? % H With i the best_ water right in the world at the lowest price ever offered? £| 8 These can be had nowhere but in the f | IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT | In the Eastern part of San Diego County, California % "^R The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Diejjo counties in Southern California and extending ** down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irritable land that has been made during the past ~j) ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado Kiver. ?P •^ The Imi>erial Setttlement is located t n this 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 j>erson under the •^ desert lan...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Imperial Press. " Water is King-Btre is its Kingdom." VOL. I. IMPERIAL, CAL., SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1901. NO- 17.

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The Country 'Round [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

The Country 'Round Summary of the week's happenings M. P. Heistand is putting the finishing touches on the adobe buildings of the California Developmentcompany at Cameron, which present a most beautiful and comfortable appearance. The main building is 20x74 feet, and is partitioned off into five compartments, and will be used as offices by the company. The other building is 18x48, and is used as a kitchen and dining room; Between the two is a court 14x48 with a flat roof. The entire structure is surrounded by a porch 10 feet wide. It should be a model to those who anticipate building in the valley, and especially for business houses. From two to six 8-hrorse freight teams have been kept busy for the past eighteen months hauling feed from the railroad into the Imperial country. Each of these teams draw from five to ten tons, and average about six trips each, per month. We will not stop to figure up the amount of feed that has been brought in during that period, but the best we are ab...

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PACIFIC COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condtnwd Report of the Important lhppcn:nsi During the Week Woman Pound in Driftwood With 5107 Salmon Combine $13000 Controversy End* Wcmin Burned to Death Several Iron claim* ha*e le<-n located in the mountalnj of Tulare county. Madrra'» street fair an-1 carnl\al will open September ? and will List a week. Thoma.* Miller of >t cktao ha* *'.!.•• covered a sure cure for rheumatism. Ho calls It suicide. A Santa Crui peanut vendor ha* Ju*t died, leaving UO,©oo, They must live on peanut* up In that country. Portland. Or*.— Over 13,000.000 n\\: be distributed by Portland banks In the next eight day* in closing tho rf"al by which tV Parlflc i irking :.ra! Nay. igvJon Company secures contr I tw<nty-«it «4i!raon rancorie? on Pus.'t Sound and In Alaska. Washington —The long-standlcg ton trovers* y owr the amount to t*e pali tho contractors who changed tho Mare Island dry dock frcra Umber to *ton« has be<?a adjusted at last by ...

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Two Thouwnd Men fo- California [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Two Thouwnd Men fo- California Kan&a* City —The free employment bureau has receired an or<ier from th? Southern Pacific r-!lway for 2000 mea for California. It is the largett order that has ever been received elnc« the bureau was establlibed in Kansa* City, and while it i« not likely ibit JWOO lalx.Te.rs will go from this section of the country to California, a great many will k:. The work i» railroad ccnitrtifrtJon work, most of it In a tunnel a few mJlcs from I-o* Angeles- The tunnel will be one ami one-half miles long through a email mountain, and it will take years to finbh it. The company furnUhe* free tran-*-portatlon from Qgden. but frorc iCan»as City to Ogden a rate of !12..V» mutt be I aid by the roan who K«xr* to work. The f*r*t iblpment of men will be nis.de Monday morning. The dry weather In Missouri and eastern Kansas na» put a new pnose on the labor tituatiou in Kan»as City. Farmers who usually ke<-p help th" year rouud bare U-en di*:h...

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[Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

TeUjnphy W-lhoul the \nt of Wire* ivnxcr. (Via.— The Pacific and C.ntlnr>nt.il WlrrlfM Telephone and Telegraph I'om: %inlr,t. both Inrorj -orated by local men. will b<» In the field and doing business within the ne\t thirty «!a> f>. The company l« or*.inlied wrlih A. M. Stevenson, president; A I. New. vlc**pre*ldent and general manager, and D C, Kalley. necretary ami treat* urer, for the purpose of dcinj: business tinder the patents for wireless Mejrafh and telephone service secrued by tho |tf at Inventors, Dollar and Marconi. "We expect to hn\o tnir r! * l l |n " ' n operation within th* next thirty days," said Mr. Dalle; thin morning. •"T.i < flr^t line will be between l.c« Angeles ami Ca tall no Island, a distance of abcut sUtysix miles. This line will be telegraph. As soon a* ibis r * **om« pleted wo win begin work on a sert« Ice for the government somewhere around Puget Sound. We do net now kn:w tho definite location of thi...

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THIS IS MACLAY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

THIS IS MACLAY Vho Started the L»;o: Rumpui About Rcif Admiral S<hlcy. Edgar Stanton Mac lay. the tiiinl volume of whose "Hiatory of the American Navy" characterizes Rear Admiral Schley a* a MtcawUr atlnural aixi a c«>w;u«l in connection with the t*attle of Santiago, i- a son of Rev- KoUrt Maclay, who was the pioneer Mothodist uiissionary in the far Ka«t. He was born in Foochow, China, 3s years ago, an^l wat j^ra«luatexi fr«»rn Syracuse university in I**."*. Fof the next 10 years he was connected with the n*!<»rton:il and edit<»riai «taIT» <»f the New Y«>rk Times am! i*un. In 1896 he was appointed lighthouse kc» j- r at OI. J Field Point, Setauket, N. V., and during the |»a««t five year?* he devoted much of his time to historical work. Hv \* now connect<<l with the Brooklyn navy yard, a position to which he wn.4 a jointed recently by r*vcretary Long. HISTORIAN EtxJAK aTAXTON >f.V&a...

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Kruccr Dcnio Cfjtltv Charge [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Kruccr Dcnio Cfjtltv Charge Par:»— The P isaro publishea a long Interview with Mr. Krug«*r. After denying the cruelties charged aj?clnfil the Beers In Lord Kitchener* report, Mr. Kruger declare.? that the, atrocities of the concentration camps were twenty time,s v.'. r»*« than had been Htat«*d by Miss Hobhouse In Great Hrltaln. and that when fully known they wculd cause the world to ahudler with horror and move the nations to Intervene. "We are defending cur liberty." continued Mr. Kruger, ''and when It la granted we will lay down our conditions. It Is not for me to repeat them, We will never renounce our flag, and we cannot accept any protectorate. I am convinced that the hour will come when Great Britain will grant what is cur right. Moreover, I am confident that God U with us and will not abandon u»." , Mr. Fischer, who wan present at th* Interview, hald ncthlng had yrt been decld**d regar-ling Mr. Krug<«r»* visit to America.

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FOR THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

FOR THE FARMER A Few Itcrm Gathered lor the Intereil of Our Rural Readers. A Government FarnV'tiijh Priced Gupei Crossbred Applts About fcss» — Try« »n$ Monthj -Sugif Revenue A Government Harm Reference wan recently ma«lo in these columns to tho movement <;f Secretary WHaon of the Department o! Agriculture to open n government farm on the Potomac rt;;t«. which will Kcrve tho double purpoao of an experlment station and model farm M >ro definite Information Is now at hand. In n recent Issue of the OJal, aj to the purpose In view, nnd It appears that the preliminary work on this model farm Ih begun and will be completed In five to seven yearn, when cne of the Rronl night* nt the national capital will bo n perfectly appointed farm of 4».»o acres, with bulldlngi. orchards, truck k*ari!cns nnd grain fields of every kind. All fruits and vcgetablca of the United State.i nnd other countries which experiment thall prov«> to be capable cf cultivation In this cl...

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Manitoba's Wheat Crop [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Manitoba's Wheat Crop Winnipeg. Mon.— Hugh Kclloy, Minister of Agriculture. estimates the. yield of wheat In Manitoba and the North weat Territory for thin year at from 55.090,000 to fi0.000.000 bushels.

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Kru^er to Visit United States [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Kru^er to Visit United States London. — "I am Informed on good authority," says tho Brussels correspondent of tho Dally Mall, "that Mr. Krugor'a vbit to tho United State* li.im been absolutely decided Ul on. It probably will take, placo about thu middle of September."

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ADDITIONAL LOCALS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

ADDITIONAL LOCALS Peter Dames wan up from Cameron Wednesday i and regarding crop Condi* lions there he said i "Kwrything has brightened up wonderfully during the past week. K.illir com and sorghum are looking much healthier, while millett that wan thought to be of no acCount has now developed to such a point that an unusually large crop in anticipated. Considering the unfavorable conditions under which all the needs were put in, the crops have flourished wonderfully. The land certainly does it h part well. I have melons an large as your head." (Our head fills a No. 7 hat). S. W. Mitchell, who was here several weeks a^o, writes from L#yoncs, Ore* g in, as follows: "Inclosed find s*»c, which I think will pay for the Pkkss for what time I will be here. I expect to be with you after that. lam lost without the news from Imperial. Several parties are talking of coming to that sect ion from here." Mr. Mitchell will engage in the mercantile business here. Me is a strong advocate for wider s...

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POETIC JUSTICE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

POETIC JUSTICE AJKKSI'iY ma Hi who went on I for a |>!ca«llfC drive with lit** <twct*t heart not »*» VCty l"iig ago, rcclcvcd ti nrcded| though rather severe, lemon on the n<« <H>ity of ix-ing liv ma tie to ntiimali In thin day and generation. It wn« a very hot day, and «hrii the drive wan about half over the home became l«.ilky. The driver thereupon lout his temper Olid gave the animal an tin* merciful heating. Then the trouble began. A Cotlfttoblc uw him and promptly arrested him for cruelty to aiiitnaU. He wait unable to pay the money, and liin companion settled the btlftiriCM for him. Then nho went home, and wrote him a note, and thin in what it n«iid: "When a man will so brutally beat a horse and ho easily lose hin temper, a woman marrying him would subject herself to the same treatment." And the rent of the note released him from the engagement. Mont people will be of the opinion that the young lady in question did exactly...

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Distances from Imperial to [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Distances from Imperial to Flowing Wells 28 miles Blue Lake 8 miles Cameron Lake Camp I<> miles Monument 22»» 16' 4 miles Salton River 20# miles West Mesa 27* miles East Mesa 2s'?<> miles Alomo Mocho 30** miles Hardener's 36} i miles Seven Wells 43# miles Salton Crossing 47' 3 miles Cook's Wells 51J% miles Dos Alamos 59j^ miles Hanlon's 65# miles

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

ILeroy Holt! 'i' ix--J{i Imperial, California, ifj Dealer in -^ % % General | | Merchandise I *' • * See us when you want to buy anything J Before placing your next order f *k\*"\ Coming this wav? » % % then you are interested gj S J++++J in knowing how to reach S I "" Imperial Settlement, | i«New River Country! & Take the 5. P. train p to Flowing We 115.... J| J^ At this point 'j'oii g*et first class acconunodations at the McCAUL- y& jjj^ LEY HOUSE. (1. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular €J£ £18 stage line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at ©3 >jts 7:3<) a. m. on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- »*£ §9 >"tf<lays. g Jrs Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, /!• IK and will take you to any part of the country. $j5 The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil rtilds west of Flowing ®& £?$ Wells. This stage line is equipped wi...

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THE TIP OF THE TONGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

THE TIP OF THE TONGUE. It !• Hie Moil "envltire I'nrt nt lh« lltitnnit lloilf. The tip of ihe tmiguc |HK«e«.ica tlio moM perfect lensfl of tnach. 'Hie dnml hflir m f- It u|>.;i It* nurfnce, nnd even w !i. ii fingi^'i full to ntcertnlu the i|unli« ties of rvt'tnin Immllimi, contact with th<* tongue lmtui<llnt«ly rrcitjjnUm tlutn. Tha rrlative leoslullliy of vnrioiift pnrti of lbs \uu\y i* best nrasnred • y means of a p.tir of compasses, tho points of trhlch aro tipp«d uith cork, The tip uf ill- 1 tongue can difttinttuUh two tiittinrt Impressions trben the com* past (Mtintit are only half n lint', or tho twelfth of an huh, npnit, the tip of tho finger when they nre otic line apart. Other Spots vary Mill more widely; thtt d. st.it. iv at the lip* lit two llncsi the tip of the none, three lines; the cheek* livo lines; palm of the hnnd, five lines; foro« hend, ton li:i«--; back of th«* hnuil, 1-1 linen; cht'st. I*o lines; back and thigh. .10 lines, If, bo...

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Cost of Boer War [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Cost of Boer War Lxjndon.—ln the Hous* of Ciraxnon? Lord Stanley. financial secretary of the *rar office, replying to a question, raid that the erst of the war in i?c ith Africa from April 1 to July 31 was £35,750,000, partly chargeable against the deficit of last year. The actual ccst In July was £1.250.000 weekly.; The Bittement was greeted with ironical Irish cheers.

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RUBBER HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

RUBBER HISTORY. |I«n Thnt rnmr U ith Cotamhtia f«r» ttalllnn* Tin* Ins linll. •Tho world x>.i< a lone time learning the \\9c* nnd vnlue »>f rtlbbcf," My* 11. K. Arm»tr\n»ij In Alnilec I*,1 *, "For two centurion aftrr the Spaotardi' 6iw the pum In the hand!* of native* of the new world It wn* ISttle more than n curiosity. Old !!«::« n. who went wltb «'«> lutntnt!i on hi* *owud rojajje, mndo a Dote of au *-!;:Mle Knll which wn« tuoMt\\ from tbe cum of n tre<\ At their irnnje* the nude Haitians made It bound high In the air. The Aitccs were familiar with tJir gum niut called It ule. and from tbeta the Snanlardi learned to smear it on their c»^at» to keep out the wet. Th«-y bad crossed the was for pold an*l never dreamed of n time when the sticky uiilk tbc uncoutb lu> i Jinn, drew from strange trees would he worth more than the treasure of the bills. "Jose, king of Portugal. In I.Vm, comes down to us as the wenrvr of n pa...

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