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Dlpfomnrf n Pine Art. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

Dlpfomnrf n Pine Art. IMplomruy i* n flno nrt, nnd In 1 r «« IttCCCtffal prnrtUo much depcfldl upon the carnation of »«»<.ial ronventlons. K<.iiilr of flic i:if;«f tturrrgmftil diplomatfl Reccn to ipend most of their tlftfo nt t!niHf4 nnd |inrtlf««. nftparenfly dolnt; nothing hut enjoying themselves, i»ut in r< ni.ty ecrttnj} well Ittelr cohntf^i. lii truth, the rrpctatlon of n country nt a foreign cputi mil oft times Its wvifni«* in Iroportnni Iksucs depend very largely tip',n t'io Soclfll abilities of Its minister, for l:e i:mn who Is populnr •oelnlly Is very lik« ly to <!rlrf n liettcf Internntlonnl bargain than bis unso> da tile brother, Tlj'jj im well ondcrstoofl at Washington, nml the selection of n chief for »»:;«• >>{ cur foreign fm!.n.isl"» defietKli Ifi t.'# small [inrt np'ui bis social rul'urr*. — (Mwnnl l'a?e Gaaton to V^'oman'n Ilntac ComnanJon. B polled children r.re not ronfiocd to tbose of t...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

CRITICAL PERIODS m WonninS I ifc Arc Made] Dangeroii4 by Pelvic Catarrh. Mr*. MutliiU'U lU.lit.-r MrH. Mathllde -.Ichter, Donlphan, Neb.. h:iv»: "I suffered from catarrh for many years, but Hlnce I have been taking Pe-ru-na I fe«-l KtroiiK and well. I would advise all people to try l'u-re-na. Ah I used Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lln while I was pawing throtißh the change of life, 1 am positively convinced your Inneftolal remedies have releived iikfrt.ni all n.y Ilia." Po-ru-na haa raised more women from foedH of HlckncHH and set them to work again than any other remedy. Pelvic catarrh In the bane of womankind. Pe-ru-na Is the bane of catarrh in all forms and stages. Mrs. Col. Hamilton, Columbia, 0., says: "I recommend Pe-ru-na to women, believing' It to be especially beneficial to them." Send for a free book written by Dr. Hartman, entitled "Health and Heauty." Address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. tjj tUHtS WmTsl "u (LSI UILS. " BJr IS. 'n lima, hoirt Ut <3nnrMl»i» fil__

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

i CASTORIA . • ■■ - • ..-■■■■ t ij AVbgetablc Preparationfor Assimilating tticFoodandßcguia- | ling the Stomachs and Bo^tls of • Promolcs Di^cslion.Chccrrur- , ness and Resl.Conlains neither j Opium.Morpliine nor>liivcral. Not "Narcotic. fl*ix<ifOldl*-SAMUELPtTCHIR Mx.Smna * HotktlU Smltt ' jtoutSftd *■ 1 QmfUi.toMr ÜBi6ryr*mt rtanr / Aperfecl Remedy for Conslipn- j Tlon • Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions. Feverish- I ness nml Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW VORK._ r? * >JI "" = '"" igi^ EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

(SCfij&zrv^ This tignatcre is on every t«t of the gcnuio4 Laxative Bromo«Quininc Tablets tb* rrmedr that rnr#*« »• r«l<i In one «2ay 1..A.5.U. No. 34 For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the / \ Signature //\VL yjF For Over Thirty Years TMt CIMTAUH CCMMNt. NIW T«d» CITV. 1

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

What will the (*nitnl Slate* Imhiv trial Com m i*» ion »a> aNxit tni»t*. in it* report to conffrrsji upon which it* mnnt»ci> arc now mij»j»>.'"*ol lo be working? Th«* strike am) it* | complications which renewed fttrcugth with each day, have served t»» bring thin question to bear heavily ujKtn the mi ml* uf the American \*e**~ pie. The Im!u*!rial l\immi^i<>n i;avc exhaustive hearing* on the truMA, ami their relation t<» lal*«.»r antj busiiicsji, and t lie rejoin *h<«uld t»e of more value I than Mich things usually arc. If it it should l»e nnanitnoti* it un«!«»ub:et!i_v would l*e. But if there is to be two rel*irt*. *is;n<Hi respectively by the majority and minority member* «»f the Commission, then they would have the sjmr value and carry the same weight of the nsual jiariisan reports put out by a congressional committee. Representative Livingston of ilc^r^ia. a • memlwr of the commission. &am...

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CONCERNING THE CULTURE OF MILLET [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

CONCERNING THE CULTURE OF MILLET MR. Mnl.ATnilK. in the August number of tin- Kuf.ii Callfomlatti hat the following to my aU»ut tin- cut* ture of mi I lot . which we hope our numen»u« farmer friend* may ti ti«l iutrre«tinp* ami instructive: In the Otiivcmili of AH tuna A^ii* cultural K*4j»erinient Station* bulletin for July, we Bnd the following concerninc tin* griming of millet*. It read*: Ml It eta prefer a rich, mellow, luamj *«>il, thriving in neither clay or adobe * >il, nor in a li^ht rtandj soili While it Is better to prepare the s<»il well, | millet may bo sown on quite rough la ml. Where tin* soil i«* not u*o compact or the utirf ace covered with Uh» rank a growth »«f weed*, it is t»e»t to just *imply ••dink*' it in. Thia method it e<»|KViall.v applicable to Mtlbble land after the grain i» off. Millet i« a warm weather plant, thriving in heat ami MMinitive to cold. '. In tout hern Arizona it may Ik* mwii any time front the first o...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

! Kmkboff'Cuzmr \ mill <& Lumber (&..... | WHOLESALE «»o I I IA/lOrT^ DOORS. SASH. I 1 ll\/IKi—H ntiNoo ) RETAIL DEALERS IN L.WIVILJL.I 1 ... MILL WORK YARDS AT 1 san *io«o. WHoiiuit Main Office Cor. Alameda^ MacySts I LOB ANOILES. Main o*r>c* I POMONA, PASADINA, ■ A M/>TI r? O A»i LAMANOA. A2UBA. COVINA. LOS MINGcLCO, V/AL. Freight of all Kinds Handled With Care If vou arc coming to the hnjxjrial country you will liinl it to your advantage to consign vou freight to Wesley Pattoti, who has first-class rivjs for handling anything from a l>o\ of groceries to a steam engine. And if Patton handles your i^o<xls vou will know they are handled ris^ht side up with care. If you have any land to lie put in cultivation «»r crops to be harvested, he will look after that too. Imperial, Col. Imperial Press, PRICE $1.50 A YEAR The only means by which the news of actual developments now going on in the Imperial country c...

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FOR THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

FOR THE FARMER A Pew Items Githrred for (he Interest of Our Rural Readers. The Orange Crop —Clean Trees ~U»e, for Corncobs— The Celery Field»Pre» serve Eggs — Arlrtion Water for Cattle Public opinion BUBtalns the SupervlMorH of Lor Angeles county upon tho necessity of tho ordinance prohibiting tho Importation of grape wines from tho phylloxera-Infected districts and of citrus trees from Florida and Louisiana. The shipment of oranges reached 20.800 carloads on the Ist of August, and of lemons 2GOO. a total of 23,400 carloads. The commissioners of Ventura county renew warfare ugulnst purple scale. New Infection of purple scale found on Adamas street, Lou Angeles, and It has been obliterated by cremation. Pear culture in the southwest may be doomed through attacks of the wellknown eastern blight. New rules adopted by all the southern counties regarding the shipment of nursery stock go into effect In every county on the Ist of September. Slate Quarantine Officer Craw gives the ordinance...

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Copper Combines [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

Copper Combines j Calumet. Mich.— The early consollj dation of the Tamarack. Oceola, Cen- | t?nnial. Arcadian, Seneca, Ahmeek and Mohawk properties is contemplated. I They have an aggregate area of 100,j 230 acres on the mineral range and a ' capital of $12,500,000. It is further ; stated that tho consolidation Is a step toward their absorption by the Amalgamated Copper company.

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Filipino Insurgents [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

Filipino Insurgents Manila.— A company of the Twentysixth infantry had an engagement with insurgents in Cammelarines province. The troops killed Sebastian Angles, a brother of General Anglos, and six privates and captured a major, two captains and nine privates. Another detachment captured Magatlno Luir.balles and also secured a large quantity of supplies.

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RUN OF SALMON UNPRECEDENTED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

RUN OF SALMON UNPRECEDENTED Many Picking Homes Too Busy to Dse the Tins After Filling Taroma. — News received by tho ntrarnor City of Seattle from tho canneries of Houtheastern Alaska Indicates an unprecedented rush of fish. Tho Chlnamo nomployod In tho Industry only tako tho time to oat. flloep and work, flomo of the canneries havo boon too bu»y to case the tins after they have been parked and the unfinished product Is stacked high in the warehouse. At the Chllkoot parking establishment they havr> been hauling out the fish as fast as the men can work, and already 14,000 cases are stacked up waiting to be shipped. At Taku harbor and Taku nlet the fifth are coming in so fast that they are not being cased. At Petersburg and Wrangel Narrows canneries the fish are equally as plentiful. Shipments of this year's pack are very light, owing to the fact that the individual canners are waiting to hear from the headquarters of the new combine as to the labels to be used. Heretofore ...

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HUSBAND MURDERS YOUNG BRIDE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

HUSBAND MURDERS YOUNG BRIDE Jealousy of Jose Valencia Results in Brutal Slaughter of Pure Woman Tucson, Ariz. — The people of Thatcher were aroused over the terrible death which came to the twenty-day bride of Pose Valencia at hi 3 hands. The bride was one of the most beautiful girls in the Glla valley and had many admirers. She loved Valencia with all the ardor of her young life, for she was but IS years old when she was led to the altar. Valencia was desperately jealous of his bride. He married her to take her away from the young senors who were his rivals for her hand, but the bride wanted to attend a ball and persuaded her husband to go with her. This function was the cause of the fatal stabbing. Returiag home Valencia accused his bride of beng false to him. He said that she paid too much attention to other fellows, but the bride innocently protested that she acted as she always had done, which was in a manner becoming a pure woman. The couple, according to the story of the fath...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 24 August 1901

Do You Want a Home EZEJSouthern California | At jjHMj[oyu^ per Acre? With the best water_rlpjjt Injjue^ world at jhe lowest price ever ottered? These can be had nowhere but in the IMPERIAL. SETTLEMENT In ttte Eastern part of Son Diego Cottnty, California The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Diego counties in Southern California and extending down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado Kiver. The Imperial Setttlement is located <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 person under the desert land law, and residence on the land is not required. This liberal law is liable to early repea...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

Imperial Press. "Water is King Here is Us Kingdom/ VOL. 1. IMPERIAL, CAL f SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1901. NO. 20.

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The Country 'Round [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

The Country 'Round Summary of tbt week's happenings G. L. Binns of Rcdlands is a subscriber. McCaul ley's corrals at this! place have been completed. H.C.Oakley of Los Angeles, was a guest at Hotel Imperial few days ago. Houston Dent and others from Masten's construction camp, were in town Sunday. Thos. Beach and family are expected to return from San Diego in a few days. S. B. Brown from San Bernardino, was registered at Hotel Imperial the other day. W. F. Holt returned from Redlands Monday, after a week's stay with his family. A. W. Patton spent several days this week in the Braly tract staking land corners. We add to the honor roll of the I'kkss this week the name of L. S. Blackmail, of Riverside. W. A. Root of Tine Ridge, S. Dakota, is a recent addition to the honor roll of the Prkss. (leo. Sex smith passed through Imperial Wednesday, en route from Yuma to Los Angeles. Mr. Linch of Yuma, who has land in the valley, came over Wednesday, returning Thursday. Messrs Oakley Paulin Co...

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RAILROAD PARAGRAPHS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

RAILROAD PARAGRAPHS Comments by Salt Lake Tribune on Los Angeles Articles THK following paragraphs are clipped ' from the railroad column of the Salt Lake Tribune regarding certain comments in the Los Angeles Herald regarding the Short Line story recently published: ••The Los Angeles papers think that the San Diego story was inspired by a San Diego man, who was dreaming. The Tribune printed the day's news; that's all, and day by day plenty more news of the same kind will develop. The writer of the article has never been to San Diego; has no San Diego acquaintances, but he has data covering Jacumba pass and other routes, and can supply the Los Angeles papers with some interesting maps showing a new route, also a verification of the recent news." "No port but San Diego will be considered by the Oregon Short Line in its California extension." "There is no need of fake news when so many important projects are on foot and under way by railroads all over the country." "The Los 'Angeles He...

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PACING COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

PACING COAST ITEMS A Condensed Report of the Important Happening. Dunns the Week Cured Fruit Men's Divide id CheckIndian Lahore/* far Railroad Work— —Catch of Whale Ships— Hos» Dyins OH— Stockeye Salmon Pack. San Francisco. Au«. rx— l p to July 4 the catch of the wfiAllnfi tcsttlj out of this port i* repirtfiJ to b.*v<» been as fo:iow»: Charles W. Morpin. Ki>o bam Is of fperm oil and SIM poum'.s of hone; California. W3 bar«li of fptrra oil; Gayhead. :*OO barrrl* o! fpcrrn oil; Ali-e Knotrles, SW barrels of t-perra oil and two small right vhalea; John and Winthrop. ISO Mrrels of sperm oil. Seattle. Wa*h.- It is estimated that the Pußct Sound wckfye salmon pack (or the- present season will be 1.20). 00) case*, valued at $5.«0.<W0. San Jcse.— The firs: checks fcr the tttU.OOO dividend cf the Cored Fruit association were fc^nt out last Friday. Thos-e for the first dbtrlct were completed Saturday, the second district on Tuesday and the third by Thursday n...

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