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Zbt Country 'Hound [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
Zbt Country 'Hound Summary of the week's happenings Peter Barnes wan up from Cameron Wednesday. L. E. Cooler made a trip to Eastside few days ago. Mrs. J. E. Evans was in from south of town Tuesday. Joe Estudillo sends the Pkkss to his father at San Jacinta. Gilbert H. Purely and L. E. Cooley were here from Blue lake Tuesday. (F^kD A. W. Pattoti and Eugene Snow made a business trip to Cameron Monday. Thos. Walker of National City, has been in the valley several days looking at land. W. V. Holt, who went to Rcdlandt on a vinit to hih family last Saturday, returned to Imperial Wednesday. I. \V. Gleason, agent at Riverside for the Imperial Land company, was here the other day. Roy Kockwood, after spending about three weeks on the coast, returned to Cameron last Saturday. W. W. Masten sent a 6-horse team in from his construction camp first of the week for a load of feed. P. \V. Heck, from San Die^o, has been looking over the valley this week with a view to locating on land here. Hen V'L...
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condemfd Report of the Important Happening During the Week Wine Export Trade— A Boy PUyi With Cub Bean -Fishermen Shoots the Captain of a Schooner. Etc, Madoro will hold a flc*u next m:ail Small red *r* Irjutm: rliadc me* at Bikersfleld. Sacramento ex -soldiers who served in ih« lr.to war will organize. Eleven potatoes all In or.c Is a fr*a&lt; in t.ht- San D.e^o Cbauocr of Cv^armrcc Two S-a3ina* men. while out oa a camping trip, kills 5 ihirty-stvea rattlesnakts—po ttny claim. Colton churches are ho'.dinj: services] on the lawns during the ho; weather. A grains Valley rancher has an applo 1 tret- upon which are blossosu and ripe and grc-in fruit Miss Ethel Hobson. a pretty girl of] 2J». has full charpe cf the threshing machines operating ia ib&lt; vicinity of San; Miguel. Her father is seriously 111, andthe daughter bire-s and pays the nvn. eng&amp;gcs -work ah&lt;ad for the machine*. and does all tht- purchasing. Benecia, Cal.—...
Gets Gold MeUl [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
Gets Gold MeUl San Diego.— Capt. E. A. Alexander of the 6teamer Santa Rosa received, through Collector W. W. Dowers, the handsome gold medal which Congross bad directed to be awarded to the former for earing life on April S, IS9O. The Inscription reads: "In testimony of heroic deeds lo Mt!n« llfo from the prrlU of thf «ea. |To CApUIn E. A Alexander, for heroic daring In rtSCttttlf a man from ilrownnl*. April 3. 1*90." The ttjkuo look ptkte ftt Port Matford. Captain Alexander Win* then In command of tho Mnico.
Rockefeller's Palace [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
Rockefeller's Palace New York.— A report Is la circulation la Westchester county :o the effect that John D. Rockefeller I* to have a marble palace at PocantlCO Hills. N. V.. to cost something like $1,000,000. According to the different report* the palace Is to rival some of the large castles of England nnd Scotland. Rockefeller now owns 2000 acre* of land In Northern VTestchester. The new stable of the Rockefeller estate is about completed. It cost several hundred thousand dollars, and U built of highly-polishe*l granite. Young Mr. Rockefeller, it is said, will purchase a string of valuable cobs and ccach horses while in England.
Druggut Attested for Selling a Hairbrush [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
Druggut Attested for Selling a Hairbrush Pacific Grove.— There Is much excitement here over the breaking of a recently enacted absolute Sunday closing ordinance by City Councilman C K. Tutlle. -who was the prime mover in the passage cf the measure. Tuttle is the proprietor of a drug store and was arrested on the charge of selling other things lealdes drugs on Sunday. He pleaded guilty and paid his ftne without demur. According to his own statement a man came into bis store Sunday morning to buy a hair brush. Tuttle. believing the case to be urgent, sold a brush. There Is a very strong feeling aeainst the new ordinance and since the Tuttle case has come out many persons declare they will cause its repeal if they have to take i: to the Supreme Court- According to its provisions evrytbing is closed except livery stables, transfer and news agencies, restaurants during specified times and drug stores for sale of drugs only. No milk, ire or bakery wagons are allowed to run and great Incon...
Attorney General is Sued by Labor [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
Attorney General is Sued by Labor Washington.— District Assembly of the Knights of Labor, authorized its legislative committee to begin quo warranto proceedings against tho Attorney General of the United States to show cause why he has not enforced the provisions of the antl-truat law. known as the Sherman Act. This action, which will be instituted is aimed at the United States Steel corporation which Is charged, it is alleged with operating in violation of the Sherman art. Labor leaders In this city cay this will hasten a solution of the strike now Id progress.
"Because I Love You" [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
"Because I Love You" New York.— John Hall, a profcfiflonal singer, cut bis throat under the window of the young woman he had asked to be bis wife, and who bad rejected bis suit. He had gone to the young woman's to serenade her, but the ordered him away. He walked a few steps, sang a bar of (he song, "Because I Love You," and then elssbed bis throat with a razor. He will probably die.
ATTACKED BY A SHARK [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
ATTACKED BY A SHARK Terrible Murup to an American Sailor who Lose* a It 5 Washington.— Admiral Kempff hn« forwarded to the Nnvy Department nn offlclnl report, thrilling In It* dotatll of tho Mtlnit off of the leg of gartermaster S. McKle, thlnl-elaaa. of !&gt;• gunboat Ann&amp;pollt, by a Bhanc or other mammoth *ea monster. The Annapolll has boon stationed of late nl Hollo and, on Juno 21 last. a party Wfta sent out for rlflo tnr*?tt practice. Commander Kohrcr in command of the Annapolis, states that permission was given to several of the men to go swimming while the otherß were engaged in firing. Two of the men had been In for some time when McKic Joined them, asking If they had been able to touch bottom. Being answered In the negative, he made a dive, and was gone for several seconds. One of the seamen say he heard a gurgling sound beneath the water. A moment later McKle nppeared on the surface and shouted "Shark, shark." The surface of the water was covered with b...
Hotline in (he Dairy [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
Hotline in (he Dairy Coo boss! Coo bents! Come git yer bran iminli here. Cotno Hue! Who in Sam Hill broke iJita &gt;tcol~ did you? So— thre! Don't lo go to hivln' fun, My meal puddln's dern mar tlut:«. HIM! Him over Just a lit lo bit— There— stan' still, fliero, Bue— that'* Jl»t about It. I swan! you a*,M if you was mad: Muit be cill the Mos l» bad. Keep yer durned old burr tall itlll; I'll take the axe to 11— «o 1 will. If you'll kctp quiet 'bout two minutes ye:— The sooner well have our supper ct. Tlure— you dad-burned simpleton cow. You've upsot the rnltk on me— but now I*ll show ye who'll run this slicu; 1 wont le. a cow o' mlue raise Ned — I'll fix ye— oh, you'll come to grief — 111 set- 1 ye— oh. yo fool— fer boef! —Elgin Dairy Report-
Where Presidents Were Born [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
Where Presidents Were Born The birthplaces of our president* are divide! among tho states as follows: Six have come from Virginia, five from Ohio, three from Now York, two each from Massachusetts and Nor.h Carolina and one- each from New Jersey, Kentucky. New Hampshire, Vermont. Pennsylvania and Tennessee. President McKlnley Is of Scotch -Irish ancestry; Vice-president Roosevelt is of Holland-Dutrh descent.
ColombiiirCrew Deserts [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
ColombiiirCrew Deserts New Ycrk. — A number of officers who went to Colon with the steam yacht Namouna recently bought by the Colombian government for use as a gunboat, returned on the steamship Alllanca. According to statements made by the officers, when the yacht, now known as the General Pinzon. arrived at Colon there was a great celebra- tion. and when the festivities were over the vessel, bearing many strange and queer-looking flags, went on a coastwise cruise, for the purpose of ore«s parade, letting fly with her saluting guns at intervals, In order to j awe any Insurgents who might be looking her way or listening to the nolso. This expedition concluded, *iie vessel was brought back to Colon. The crew asked General Alban for their discharge. Alban tried to Induce them to remain, and offered each n 50 per cent. Increase. In pay, but there were some English In Colon who told the crew that while th© promises might be all right. It wan a matter of familiar history In that respect ...
Wonderful Nerve of Wounded Man [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
Wonderful Nerve of Wounded Man Ogden, Utah.— John Dore, a butcher, was shot by a man named Hlgglns during a dispute over the purehano of some steers. Tho bullet was a thirty thirty-eight caliber and passed entlrely through Pore's heart. After being shot Dore dosed with Hlgglns, tore his gun from him and snapped ft three times, with do result. He then clubbed tho gun and l&gt;rnt Ilißßlnii mi mercifully, tho mnn escaping by running to lit-* buggy nnd driving away. (hire, with hi* wound !•!•■&lt; ■ • It 11»:1 1 »: profusely, walked a mile nml a half to hi* home, telephoned for n doctor himself, nnd xat in a chair and waited for the physician*! arrival. It In thought hfl will Hvo, at hfl hat an :»•&lt;- tonlshlngly strong conntltutl n, HU Kin;* catno to the city and gave hlm- :■• If Up.
MINES AND MINING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
MINES AND MINING The new mill is being Installed In the C.0.1), mine. Mojave county. Ariz. It will have a capacity of more than a carload of concentrates a day. T. C. Laughery and J. C. Rhodes have found some good ore In one of the old mines In the Wallapal moun- ! tain, Ariz., and will begin to work on the property. Tho production of tho Arizona Cop- • per company, limited, of Clifton, for I June, was 831 tons, or 1,662,000 pounds of copper. F. W. Hoar of Michigan has succeeded S. A. Parnell as manager of the Old I)c rnlnlon Mining and Smelting company's property near CJlobo. The Randsburg Miner Bays: "Tho Hutte Lode mining people are putting down a new shaft about midway on the mine. They aro working three eight-hour shifts dally. Thn Hnrtitow mill started up last Monday nnd Is run ii I iik' on ore from Ltidlow nnd MoJave. It Ib expected to keep It running bh Homo can have been recently sent down from hero. The wellboring rig for tho Ludlow well went through Ilnrstow last week and...
GAME PRESERVING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
GAME PRESERVING TIII.KK wan a time, not ho very long ago, when hunting wan the chief a iii u seme nt of the KngHftli aristocracy i The country squire prided himself on hit thoroughbred hunter* and hound*, and the care with which hit game wan preserved for the pleasure of him self and bin friend*. Thin tradition was handed down from generations long deid. When Kugland vra»a*yct partly unclaimed wildcniCAN, hunting wan in fact a M|x&gt;rt lit for kings; for it takes an much bravery to risk death by the hungry jaws of a pack of wolvc* or a tierce wild boar as in the form of an arrow or the stroke of a battle-axe. Hut this time did not last very long. The life o| the noble was too precious to be risked in this fashion; and ho, when governing |&gt;owcr became more valuable to the laud than mere brute strength, hunting gradually came to be more or less ««f a farce, with all the danger taken out of it. There was just enough risk in riding to hound* to make it the moftt popu...
THEIR DESCENT TRACED FROM ADAM [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
THEIR DESCENT TRACED FROM ADAM Popular interest in Albert Judsoti Fisher's unique lovestory, "A Daughter of Adam," in the Ladies' Home Journal for August, has been increased tenfold .since it became known that the genealogical part of the story is not fiction but fact. Not only is the marvelous line of decent, traced through 121 generations from Adam and Eve, absolutely genuine, but also the family names of the characters are the names of real jieople, for the line is actually that of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith Sargent of Chicago, and Mrs. Sargent was formerly Miss Francis Moore, &lt;»f Warren, Khodc Island. Kven stranger still is the fact that, as shown in the story, Mr. and Mrs. Sargent had the same ancestors eight generations back. Talking against lynching seems to have resulted in increasing, instead of diminishing it, which is another proof that anything 1 can be popularized if given enough advertising. Solid qualities of integrity, of thoroughness, should outweigh in v gi...
Distances from Imperial to [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901
Distances from Imperial to Flowing Wells 28 miles Blue Lake 8 miles .Cameron Lake Camp 1&lt;» mile* Monument 220 16# miles Salton River 20# miles West Mesa 27 ' V miles Kast Mesa 28} i miles Alonio Mocho 30*4 mile* (Jardener's 36*» miles Seven Wells 43.V miles Salton Crossing 47,' i miles Cook's Wells 51 •» miles Dos Alamos S9&amp; miles Haulon's h5&gt; 4 ' miles