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THE "OLD-FASHIONED BOY" [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

THE "OLD-FASHIONED BOY" AN EASTERN newspaper, remarks the I«os Angeles Herald, inquires: "Where Is the old-fashioned boy— the boy who wa<» his father's mainstay and his mother's 'little man' when the father was away from home?" The identical old-fashioned boy to whom that writer alludes is at present, probably, bald or *jray and inclined to pctulaucv. He may be, in fact, the jm?hcil'pusherhimself, He sees what i* left of the old-fashioned l*>y of other days when he now glances at the mirror. And with the glasses that Time ha» ordered him to wear, he sees, through the long vista of yearn, a boy that i» an ideal, but that never wa» a reality. If the old*fa»hioiied t*»y could appear today by the side of the l>oy of the period the two would pa»* for twins. There would r»r a difference in apparel but in all else they would 1m? a* much alike as two peas. The name re»tle»» activity, the tame preference for play ItisteVd of work, the name uropetuity for inif...

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DATE PALMS MAY SOLVE THE ARID LANDS PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

DATE PALMS MAY SOLVE THE ARID LANDS PROBLEM Department of Agriculture Will Make txprrimrnts With Trtes from the Nile Delta TllKriAtr |mliv may %»\\e the problem of trhat tudo with the arid I.umU of Aritona. California and other western Mate*. *ay» the Now York Sun. X \|ii iim-nt •» li.t \»• Ih-«mi made in the past j»y the agricultural department and experiment station*, but renewed interest i* N'ini; taken by the acction «>f }i!ant Introduction of the departincut of agriculture, am! Prof. I>. G« Palrchlld, agricultural explorer fort tie department, now traveling in Africa, ha* procured a uutnt>er of i%uckcr», »>r off»hiH>t*. from the delta of the Nile which ho ha* shipiH*<l to the il«*p.trtment and which will l>o distributed in the southwestern j>art of thi* country. In the I'nited State* the tlate is an article of luxury, but in it* native country it i* a moat imiK>rtant food, ; many ...

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NAFTZGER ON IRRIGATIAN [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

NAFTZGER ON IRRIGATIAN MX. A. H. NAKTZGER, who was calK-tl ca*t the other day to testify Ik- f<»re the Industrial Comnii»»ion, as wat to have been expoxted.did nut fail to drive home a few fact* in regard to the possibilities of the "(Ireat Went." On the subject of the arid lands and the po*»ibility of their reclamation, Mr. Naftzger nay*: "It has been carefully estimated that under a ft r stem of national irrigation seventy-five million to one hundred million acre- of land* now practically desert and wort hle»> could be reclaimed and made productive. It would be nearly or quite impossible to do thin without government aid. If government aid we objected to on the ground that the development of these arid land* would bring them into productive competition with, and tend to decrease value* of farming lands in the Eastern fttates, the aiuwcr U. first, that the development of any portion of our country i* incidentally a benefit to all: but more specifically, if the...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

I Kerckboff'Cuzner J I Ftlill & Lumber (& ! > «HOL«»»L. ..0 • JJIWIDCP SSSioS""' < % RETAIL OCALCRS IN L-UIVILJL.I I ... MILL WORK { YARDS AT J ' ban mdko. wholmui Main Office Cor. Alameda & Macy Sti * LOt ANQILI9, Maim Orrica k POMONA. PABADKNA. ■ j* • m- #n a • ' LAMANOA. AZUBA. COVINA. LOS ANGELES. CAL. * TTTTTTTTTTTTT+TTTTTTTTTTT ; freijh^of^allJKinds \ | Handled With Care ! i i . If you are coming 1 to the Imperial country you will \ ■ find it to your advantage to consign you 'freight to * Wesley Patton, < who has first-class rigs for handling anything from a • box of groceries to a steam engine. Ami if Patton \ handles your goods you will know they arc handled 1 , right side up with care. , • If you have any land to In." put in cultivation or crops • ' to \>a harvested, he will look after that too. f 4 . Imperial, Cal*

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CRIMINALS TO BE RELEASED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

CRIMINALS TO BE RELEASED Wholesale Delivery Expected of Hawaii Cr in nals Judge Gear Renders Opinion Under In* sular Decisions of United States Supreme Courts Honolulu.— The Constitution of the United State* preceded the ting In Hawaii, according to a decision Just rendered by Circuit Judge George V. Goer of the first circuit. He has al« ready released on habeas corpus petitions three prluoinTH wentencod f: r ln- # famous crimes, after the resolution of annexation pasted Congress and, wan signed by President McKlnlcy, on the ground that they were not convicted by a unanimous verdict cf twelve Jurors. A wholesale Jail, delivery of murderers, burglars, rapists. larcenlats and other criminals Is threatened under the deslclon. and Honolulu Is greatly disturbed over the prospect. The decision was given under the recent insular decisions of the United States Supreme Court, and upon the clause of the Newlands resolution, which stated that all municipal legislation of the Hawaiian Islands, ...

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Another Schley Defender [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Another Schley Defender New York.— A dispatch from Madrid says: Lieutenant Enquire Caprlles, former governor of Santiago dc Cuba, who was on board the Spanish cruiser Vlzcaya (hiring the battle cf Santiago. In an attempt to escape with »he city records and treasure of Santiago, in an interview regarding Admiral Schley, said: "I was on the bridge of the Vlzcaya and saw the fight. I saw tho Brooklyn and from an excellent position observed her movements. Tho Brooklyn attacked us and It is ridiculous to say the Brooklyn kept too far away or staid out of the fight. "There can't have been cowardice where the ship engaged three others. Eye witnesses of the battle are dying off and It Is better to finally settle the question now while enough witnesses are living.*'

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UNITED STATES TREASURY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

UNITED STATES TREASURY Uncle Sam Leads All the Universe in the Holding of Gold Washington, July 31.— The United States treasury now holds the greatest hoard of gold to be found anywhere In the world. This morning, when the business of the day was commenced, there was In the treasury vaults $r>os,354.197, nn increase for the month of $10,000,000. and for tho year. $74,422.422. This Immenso pile of gold coin Is held against the following Items: Oold certificates, $-S3.r»ar».oS9; reserve, $150,000,000; general fund* cf fie' gold. Ml.sls.r.is.

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Klondike River Grant [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Klondike River Grant Ottawa. — A large English and Canadian syndicate, of capitalists has been granted n permit for tho diversion of tho wnter of th* Klondike River throughout tho 60 Oft district for tho pUrpOM of hylraull'- mining. Thfl Pl IMing right* of niliM-r •« are preSOrTed tint fvrn whom right* have .il ready becjr cjitabllihod, the grantees will have the right of auj plying tin- holder* with WAtOf for mining pir-. o. , at the option of tho latter. The grantees, among other matter*, arc bound to expend $250,01)0 In the conitructloa tf works within tho year 1902. The order In counfll has not been gazetted yet, hut It la aald that it will bo very shortly. There In rcaion to bdlovo that the promoters have auceeeded In promoting a com j any it operate under the name of the MrlthhCanadtan Syndicate.

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TOWN SPRINGS UP IN A NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

TOWN SPRINGS UP IN A NIGHT Pour Hundred Business Houses and a Newspaper Establish the Stability of the New Oklahoma ToMn Fort Sill, O. T.— A town cf 10.000 people, to be known as Law ton, has grown up Just outside the fort limits within a night. Following tho close of the land lottery at El Reno, thousands of homeHeekerH. who drew blanks, started for the three points picked out by the federal government for townsites in the country, namely. Anadarko, Hobart and Lawton. A majority of the people favored Lawton, which is twenty-five miles Inland, and tonij,T.t thousands are camped In and about the proposed «ite awaiting the sale of lots on August 4. Already Lawton has 400 temporary business houses, including a grocery firm and newspaper, and three streets have been laid cut. A national bank has been projected. Every form of gambling known on the frontier is being run wide open, side by side with fake shows of various descriptions. Near the scene Comanche Indians have pitched their tent...

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Girls Smuggle Cigarettes [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Girls Smuggle Cigarettes Home.— The frequent walks across the Swiss-Italian frontier of pirls of a seminary near Masllance aroused the suspicions of the customs authorities who finally stopped n procession of forty, walking two by two, and ascertained that the Kirks were smuggling clears ami cigarettes to the aggie* gate value of $30,000.

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California Wine Business [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

California Wine Business San Francisco.— The following figures are reported as covering the operations of the California Wine Association for the last six months; the profits being calculated from actual ■ales: Net profits for- »lx months, 1193.954.50; dividends p>ll. $130.llti; surplus over dividends. $C 3.535.50; surplus January 1. 1901, $1211.750; surplus July 1. 1901, $193,589.79; reserve $39.796.63; total surplus nnd reservo July 1. $233,385.82.

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HORRID TALE OF STARVATION [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

HORRID TALE OF STARVATION After Forty-three Dayi of Hardship, One Mm Dies of Hunger and Companions Cut off His Leg Port Townsend, (Wash.) — A atory of the death from starvation In the Arlapuk minim; district wan brought from Nome by pajwngorfl on the steamer Centennial, nnd an a renult of forty-three dayg of unparrallel hnrdnhlp. Ocorgo Dean, a miner, In dead, &nd hi* two companions, Jack : HouMtun and Joseph ('. Thlcry, are at death's door. H i-t- n wfn probably recover, but there la little hope that Thlery'H life will h*) aaved. Added to the Htory of Htarvatlon Is a horrible tale that In their desperation, Houston and Thlery severed the, thigh of their dead companion from hi* body and were cooking It when help arrived, and saved them from practicing cannibalism. The men had been In the Good Hope country projecting. On June 7 they started for Nome by way of Agiapuk river. Before they reached Teller City their provisions gave out, and hunger compelled them to eat gras3, ...

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"Fighting Bob" in Trouble [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

"Fighting Bob" in Trouble Washington.— Former Senator Chandler of New Hampshire is after "Fighting Hob" Evans, and has practically demanded that the Navy Department either ccurt-martial him or appoint a coutr of inquiry. For one thing. Evans is a Sampson man and Chandler is a Schley man. Chandler during President Arthur's administration, was Secretary of the Navy, and drilling that period Evans was in charge of the Baltimore district lighthouse beard, being assigned by Secretary Chandler. A few months ago Evans wrote a book wherein he said in plain language that, during the time when Secretary Chandler was in charge of the United States Navy, low politics had more to do with the conduct of naval affairs than at any period in the history of the country. When Chandler read that he write a letter to the Navy Department demanding that Evans retract. Secretary Long raid no attention to Chandler's letter. Then Chandler wrote to Evans direct, asking him to retract his language. Evans paid ...

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INSANE MAN SHOOTS THREE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

INSANE MAN SHOOTS THREE After the Shooting Murderer Takes Refuge in House, Where He Stands off Increasing Mob Moscow. Idaho. Aug. 4.— Dr. W. W. Watkins was shot and instantly killed while riding in his buggy in the streets of Moscow; George Creighton a promenent merchant, was shot through the arm. and Deupty Sheriff Cool, was shot in the shoulder and thigh. All this happened about 9:30 o'clock this morning and was the work of William Steffen, a resident of Mos- cow, who, It is believed became suddenly Insane. Steffen was on horseback when he shot Watkins and Creighton. He was at once pursued by the deputy sheriff and a large posse. As he neared his house, about two miles from town, his horse was shot from under him. It was here that Cool was wounded. Steffen took refuge In hifs house, which was surrounded immediately. Here, armed with a Winchester, he kept the besiegers at a respectful distance. The pursuing party, however, kept growing in numbers and increasing their armament, and ...

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right the Standard Oil Company [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

right the Standard Oil Company Austin. Tex. — Governor Sayers directed Attorney-General C. K. Reed to Immediately Institute suit against the Waters-Pierce Oil Company, which is the southwestern branch of the Standard Company' to forfeit its permit to do business in Texas, and to collect penalties for alleged violation of the anti-trust law. The Governor also cancelled the award made to this company by the State to furnish the several eleemosynary institutions with fuel oil. These proceedings were Instituted because ...e company has failed to file in the Secretary of State's office an affidavit that it is not a trust nor In any way connected with n tni3t. The Attorney-General filed suit against the Waters-Fierce Oil Company to forfeit its permit to do business in Texas and for penalties.

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Jondon Newspaper Defeats War Offce [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

Jondon Newspaper Defeats War Offce London.— The contest between • the War Office and the Daily Mail terminated In a victory for the paper. The War Office had not only cut out the Daily Mail's South African casualty lists and ether official news, but had also ordered the various news agencies not to supply the pa^er with any official information distributed from the War Office. Thereupon the Daily Mail sued the news agencies, under its contracts, to compel them to deliver the news. The War Office then held back the bulletins until the near hour for the morning papers to go to press. Tliis raised a storm of protest from the provincial papers, and the War Office finally capitulated and called off the boycott. Philippine Sugar Crop Threatened Tacoma.— Manila advices received via Hongkone: state that great damage is threatened to the sugar crop of the Philippine Islands by an invasion of locusts and the dying off of the water buffaloes by thousands from epizootic. This disease has played...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901

I JDoYouWan^omcplZ:Sou^ I At the Government P rj c e o f $jj s per Acre? W> With the best water right ig the world at the J^est price ever offered? % ! These can be had nowhere but in the * I IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT | In the Eastern part of San Diego County, California I _ \fe: m - %* % The Colorailo Doha. located in Riverside and San Diego counties in Southern California and extending | down into U»wcr California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past I ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado Kiver. |g | Xhe Imperial Settlement is located tn 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. .>2i> acres can be taken up by each person under flic desert land law. and resid...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

Imperial Press. "Water Is King-fine Is Us Kingdom." VOL. I. IMPERIAL, CAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1901. NO. 18.

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