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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

|LEROY HOUT^ ii< Imperial, California, -* an ■ m iff % % Dealer i n m % | Get-ieral | $ Merchatidise | * * % * if? See us when you want to buy anything % f Before placing your next 'order f m | •*-< f Coming this way? » IB $ ? I ! ' J Zh*n you are interested &$ S {♦+++$ in knowing how to reach jS | "" Imperial Settlement, | !™New River Country 1 * Take the S. P. train I j| to Flowing We115.... H jK At this point you first class accommodations at the McCAUL- J\% LEYHOUSE. (J. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular staf^e line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at SB£ xgß 7:3*) a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- a*< Ss '"K^ays. gf Jr\ Sj>ecial teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, JK 9K and will take you to any part of the country. y& 4® The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil fiilds west of Flowing y& Wells. This stage line is ...

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KITCHENER'S LATEST MOVE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

KITCHENER'S LATEST MOVE Set* * Time for the Boer Armw to Surrender After That All Enemiei. So He Say*. Will Be Banished Comment* of the English Press on the Plans. !/>ndon.— A p.irlimrntnry paper ha* hern issuer by I-orxl Kitchrnrr August 7. in Accordance wl h instruction from the imperial government, the governtnrnt* of Cape Colony and Natal concurring. The proclamation »ay*: "All commandants, field cornet* »aJ lrtidcars of arm?, being bursb.fr* of the la*<- republic* and still enca^d in resisting Ills Maje»ys fore**, whether in Orange Colony, the Transvaal or other portion pf His Majesty's South African domoniona, and all members of the late govern cat aa 1 * of the Oranw Free State and the Transvaal shall, unle-ss they surrender before September 15. be permAuently banished from South Africa. Th« co^r of malnteaant of the families of all burghers ia the field who have not surrendered by September 15 shall be recoverable from euch burghers and shall b« a charg...

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God'i K>ll Not Done [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

God'i K>ll Not Done ChauUuQua. N\ V - The It.v. Dr. naniol I>crchr>ter. Jr.. of St l-o^K In aa ■ddreM bore before an audience of 12,000 people. SaM: -We are Immersed In the feverish strufglc of modern civilisation. Ood's will Is not done in Cuba or the Philippine*. God can help man only through man. and whon the man Is a Spaniard, dominated by Bolflshnesj and determined to use hU colonist* in his own Interest, tyrrany and n i^ery txiu^t Im* the people"* porjior until God can r**r*ua»le other people to carry out hl» plans "

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Execution of a Wife Murderer [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

Execution of a Wife Murderer T&coma. Wajh.— Eben L. Boyce was executed In the Courthouse for wife murdor. He collapsed when summoned for the march to the gallows, but retired as he stood on the scaffold and said. "I am a soldier still." The execution wa* perfect, bis neck being broken by the fall. The crime of which Eben L. Boyce was convicted was committed in Tacoma. on February 10. 1900 .at 6 o'clock in the evening. He went Into the restaurant at 10)7 South Tenth stree:. where she was employed as cashier, and shot her In cold blood. Boyce had reached the city only an hour before on *he Victorian, and had been drinking heavily all the way down. When he opened the door of the restaurant his wife saw the look of determination on his face and screame<! In terror. Boyce pulled a double-action Colt's revolver and opened flre. The first shot shattered her arm. and she turned to run into a private box behind the counter. The second shot struck her in the left breast...

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CARLOADS OF RAISINS STOLEN [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

CARLOADS OF RAISINS STOLEN Forcibc Pos*ei»ion Taken of a Packing House | Fresno.— A special to the Republican from Madera «ayis: Forcible possession was tak^n of thirty-five carload 3of raisins by the. Pacific Coast Seeded Raisin company. A train of twelve freight cars ran in; on the siding near A. I~ Sayre'fi pack--ing house. I mnvd lately some fiftyfive men poured of the freight cars and proccwled to load box^s of raisins on the cars. Sheriff Thurman appeared on the »ccnr- with a warrant from Justice MacDocald for fwenty men. Tho names in the warrant were mostly' tboß-> of weil known Fresno men Adam Mowart. manager of the Paclllc! , Coast Company, called for volunteers '. to ccme forward and be arrested, but 1 only a few appeared. A tool of the I engine whistle was given and tho train' . slid out to Berenda. Mowat led his 1 eight or nine raisin associates to Justice i McDonald's court In charge of Sher.T ! Thurman. and bonds were made out for Adam Mowat and the others o...

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ITALIAN GIRL DEPORTED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

ITALIAN GIRL DEPORTED Arrive* in N<w York Hopeful but Soon Loirs Hrallh Sew York.— Antonla Paratorln, n young Italian woman who landed in this country from Italy recently, ha* been deported on an order from Washington, notwltlmtaltullnk the earnest protmt of the ship* doctor. The case In peculiar. When tho girl reached %New% New York she was llght-haertrd and happy. She had friends hero and went to live with thorn, filled with tho Idea of wealth In store for her in the futuie. Soon sickness attacked her nnd she became a vlclm of oxtrerao melancholia and deserted by Midi she became an Inmate of Bello* rue hospital. The order for deportation foliowod. When the unfortunate woman was taken to the dock she WM a mental wreck and only a shadow of her former self. The official Insisted on putting her on the ship. The physician said sht- would undoubtedly die on the hroyage.

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Ship Buiiding Trust Completed [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

Ship Buiiding Trust Completed New York.—lt is reported that all the details connected with the proposed ship-bulldlng combination hnve been arranged and that the new corporation will be launched In a few days. It is understood that the Cramps are to be the backbone of the trust, aided by the Newport News Company. The plan also Includes the Vickers and Maxim interests and the Bethlehem Shi? and Armor Plate works. Other concerns that are to be. included, according to present plans are the Union Iron Works of San Francisco, Bath Iron Works of Bathe. Me.; the Hyde Windlass Company of Bath. Me.; the Crescent shipyard of Elizabeth port, N. J.; the Samuel L. Moore Sons & Co., of Elizabethport. N. J.; and the Cauda Manufacturing Company of Carteret, N. J. The Bchedule for the trust la that the name will be "The United States Shlpblldlng Company" and the capitalization. $05,000,000. It is said the holders of Cramps company's stock will have the option of taking cash or 7 per cent...

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Dowitics Pursued [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

Dowitics Pursued Chicago.— Bespattered with decayed eggs and pursued by a shouting, angry crowd, two followers of Dowle. tho faith healer, fled through the streets of South Chicago and only by the aid of a friendly motorman of the Calumet line were they allowed to escape.

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Fruit Prom Jamaica Coming to America [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

Fruit Prom Jamaica Coming to America Kingston. Jamaica.— At a meeting of Influential merchants and representative fruit growers, the preliminary Bteps were taken for the formation of a company with a capital of $200,000. to establish a line of fruit steamers between Jamaica and American ports not named. Thin action was taken in consequence of the great supply of fruit, which cannot be handled by the two existing lines trading with the United States and Europe.

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Rich Gold Find Near Phoenix [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

Rich Gold Find Near Phoenix I'hoenlx, Ariz. — A sensational gold discovery has been mado on the property of the Gold Ixjde Mining Company, headed by W. A. WattH. and located thirty- five miles north of Phoenix near the Phoenix mine. A pay streak of $5000 gold rock was encountered at a depth of sixty feet Considerable work nan been done since and It is estimated that fully $100,000 worth of rock is now In alght. The news Just leaked out. Wattu was known to have a rich streak of rork running through tho I<»«!rp when ho opened tho property tw ( > monihii ago, but the i-u value* carried wore not thought of. Tho hii:h« -t values an* found In a five* inch itreak «>f tho two foot ledge, Thfl whole lodge It rUh, ;,inl nltluninh not a great deal of the vein has heeß uncovered, It enn bo traced alung tho surface for nearly n mile. There I* every indication of the continuity of the ledge, In which case the property will develop Into a bonanza of great Importanc...

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COMPETITION IN WINE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

COMPETITION IN WINE French Grower* to Ship Over Unfermrntcd Juice SAN FRANCISCO.— nep-cscntatlvcs of California riticultural Interest! have learned that French exporter* propose to enter Into active competition with the wlnomakern of this State. It Is asserted that in the Perlgord district of France the crop of grapes has been so enormous that wine ha» fallen to less than 1 cent n gallon. The French growers do not intend shipping wine to this country, owlug to the tariff, but they propose to send over condensed must. Thin Is unfermeated Juice of the grape, and can bo quickly converted Into fair wine by the addition of wat r. The duty on must Is only 20 per cent, ad valorem, it coming under the head of "uncnumerated articles' 'in the tariff schedules. Tho wine Interests of California will at once take Bteps to have the omm talon of must from the tariff rectiAed by congress, and It Is llkley that the measure to that effect will be placed in charge of Representative Kahn on his return ...

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FIGHT WITH INSURGENTS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

FIGHT WITH INSURGENTS Five Hour*' Engagement in Batangas Province Manila. — Capt. Hrown of (he First cavalry, with troops L and M of that regiment nnd a company of the Twenty-first Infantry, had a five hours' flsht In Batangas province with an insurgent force commanded by Malavar. Two cavalrymen were kilted. The Insurgents were In considerable force, and allowed the advance guard to advance. Before nttncklng. Capt. Brown ordered the cavalry to dismount. The troops drove the enemy from several positions and burned a number of quarters. The report says the enemy Is believed to have lost several men, but no dead were found. Cattle plague in the provinces of Camarines, Caplz, Hollo and Pampanra has decimated the enrabas. nnd the planters are unable to cultivate their crops. Civil Governor Taft has authorized the governors of the affected provinces to open public works in order to prevent suffering. Carnbaos have also been shipped at the governments' expense and furnished to reliable far...

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Mexico Wants Divorce Law [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

Mexico Wants Divorce Law Mexico City. — Several States of Mexico purpose to petition congress to enact a national divorce law and the church party will bitterly antagonize the movement,

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COMPETENT JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

COMPETENT JUDGES. Beauty Doctors Endorse Herpicide. Women who tnako n im- in«- -•< of ! beautifying other women coma pretty nonr knowing what will bring about the best result*. Here nre letters from two, concerning Herplcldo! "I can rccommond Nowbro'a M ll©r* plclde," n« It stopped tny hnlr from falliiiK OUt! and, as a (irmHliiK it l»n» no huj crior." "(.Signed. i Bertha A. Trulllnßfr, '.'Complexion Specialist. "20Ui Morrison Ht.. Portland, Ore." "After lining one bottle of "H«Tplcldo" my hair has stopped falling out, and my scalp li entirely free from dandruff. ..(Signed.) (Jrnre I)o«Uo, "Beauty Doctor, "IDS Sixth St.. Portland, Ore." Blggg: I wonder what mnkea my <.y<>B no wenk? DIKKH: I donC know-unlww ifi^bCcauso they arc In a weak place.—[Chicago News. Nr»rrHlrk»n, Wruken or«irl|»e >Hy.h-<'a»<«r*t» farvly Cathartic. AM Jrun Cltt*. 10c. Sc. sOe. "Ho boasta that he Is a self-made man." "It's too bad he d...

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A VERY CURIOUS BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

A VERY CURIOUS BIRD. Tti» Onf Vntina MnrU T»»nln flpransr t pou ihr flrlrnllila. Mnrk Twain** father trail nn ornlthologlM. He had i . vernl friend* who Were ill ■• cnthtlllastl Oil the Htitiject of ' Mnl«. Whenever any one of them din- , covered a rnni a fill It \vn» the CUltbtn to bttVO a consultation, Mnrk had been a witness of several of theio bird Inquest* nnd had noted the delight the ol*l men took In dlsctiMlng n new found Bpeclui"ii. One dny It occurred to him to provide the Hannibal ornithologists uli Si a real circus In the form of a bird. He killed a crow and nlno n barnyard rooster. I'lucklng out the tall feat hern of both the crow and the rooMter, lid substituted the rooster's ! tall feathers for those of the crow, producing a unique effect. When he had the specimen nW?lj prepared, he went 1 to bis father nnd, handing It to him, said: j "Here, fntiier. Is a very curious bird ' I shot. I thought you would bo Inter- 1 ested In It." The old gentleman gnzed upon the , speci...

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Dnpcrrnni I'rnnomr, [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

Dnpcrrnni I'rnnomr, A paragraph about an economical merchant In Broadway sating the backs of old envelopes for scratch paper reminds an old friend of this story: A New York dealer, who left about $2,000,000, for a long time kept up the practice of tearing off the fly sheets of the numerous foolscap letters he received and sticking them on a spindle for scribbling purposes. Envelopes were not yet In use. A lawsuit nrose, and the merchant thought he had won his case when defendant's letter, duly signed, was produced. Counsel for defendant examined tho letter and, turning It over to look for the superscription, found thnt it was missing. He immediately saw his advantage and said: "This letter Is Incomplete, your honor. A sheet Is missing. I claim that there might have been a postscript on the other sheet which would entirely change the character of the order." The court so ruled, and defendant won the suit. The practice of utilizing fly sheets in that merchant's otllce was at once disc...

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A Sprsrnnl'a SiirprUr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

A Sprsrnnl'a SiirprUr. "When Indians were being recruited for the regular army, said a western representative. "It was the custom to give them civilized names. Down at Fort Apache nrmy otHccrs were recruiting Yumas and Apaches. A recruiting sergeant was naming, them. Finally n company hat! been formed, nnd tho first sergeant, who was an American, went out to the front an center to report his company to the commanding o tlkvr. "'Company I), sir, four privates absent.' '♦'Who arc they? 1 asked the couj man ding oiZlcor. "'Jay Gould. Cornelius Vanderbllt Joe Jefferson nnd Itusscll Sage, sir.' shouted tbe «ergeant."— New Vorl World.

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"HEAP SMELL." [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

"HEAP SMELL." Tti» Indian X nr.r U'tmt It* Wanted ■nd Where lo iin It. Rome Indiana from isnflr<\io iturn Wild Went, nrrnyii] In l»rlfjlit colored l(!nnkciH nuri an exceptional nmonnt Of fflCO pnlnt, WCfO tnklnjf In the *l«lita of tin? city ode afternoon. They ntroiinl down Walnut atr«'<-t, fttngta flic, niul, li« a< 1' * 1 l.y n l.i;. k who now aii'l then gave a grunt of mi tlnf action when nouu>tlilntc t lmt |»Nn««il him caught Lin eye, tiny hnltfil In front of n ilniif More and gazed at the window «li«plny for a moment. Then the hand filed Into the etlablliiumcnt nnd brgan to look b round. TliO rlork thought the plnre vrnn pry lnj{ to l»e beftfegofl nnd that be wns likely to loso his scalp, l>ut when the "hljs chief," who acted n« upoki^mnn, n«ldrexHi'f! him with tin 1 customary Indian greeting of "How!" the cl<-rk regained lil.i composure enough to a«k the Indian what ho wanted. VHcnp sniell/' wan the reply. Direc...

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A Trait True Dog Story. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

A Trait True Dog Story. Here Is on Australian dog «tory from tbe bnel: blocks: A sheep dog had been brought from a itatlcn Into a small township ami fretted after the sheep. One day not a child was to be seen about the place, ami as evening came the township Ix-came alarmed. Search was made, ami the Juveniles were found bud'Jlftl i:;> la the comer of a paddock. v.l.«re tlip doz had rounded them up !!«• had no sheep to look after, go he look the flill.lren. The narrator of ibis !.»• ffuarnn <«*«•* It as a fact. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARK TAKING When you take Grove's TajteleM Chill ToxUo b*cau*« the formula Is plainly printed on every bottle «ho»rinir that it la simply Iron and Quinine lo a tasteless form. No cure. No n*.y. Me. Tess: I met Miss Le Fevre In Paris. She said she knew you. Jess: Oh, yes. I learned French under her; did she tell you Tess: No, she said you used to take lessons from her.— [Philadelphia Press. If you are troubled with pimples, sallow complexi...

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llait flnnnna Tre« Grow. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 17 August 1901

llait flnnnna Tre« Grow. It Is a peculiar fact that but one bunch of bananas grows on a tree. After the fruit has been cut the tree la then cut down to the ground, and from the stump another tree sprouts which bears another bunch the following year. The greatest trouble of farmer* Is to keep tbe farms clear of sprouts. They sboot up from tbe roots of tbe tree for a radius of ten feet and growlike weeds. As the fruit Is cut from the trees It Is placed on the backs of little pack donkeys and transported In this way to the coast. One donkey can carry from three to six bunches, according to the size of tbe bunches and tbe distance from the coast. In the season at Baracoa there are more than 3.C»00 donkeys that stretch along In a line for miles, plodding toward the coast witb their loads cf bananas.

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