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Princess Hatifeidt to Receive J6.000.000 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

Princess Hatifeidt to Receive J6.000.000 Ban Francisco.— «ae contest of the will cf the late C. F. HuDtinxton by th<? Princess Clara Hatrfeldt. bis adopted daughter, will never come to trial. It is positively asserted that a settlement has been eff'rctH out of court and that the priuct and princess ate now on the ocean c«n route to tbj«ir country borne near !>3ndoa. where they will await lie payment of the amount to be given for the abandonment of the con test. The sura Prince** Hatzfeldt 1» to receive tor relinquishing all claim to a daughter's full share of the millions of the d:ad railway Croesus In placed at $G 000,000. Of this amount It »» »ald 14,000.000 is to be paid by TAr». C. P. llunt.neton widow of the late Southern Pacific pmlient and the statement made thit 11. B. Huntlngton is to pay th« taUnc* of f2.ooo.ovX>. Attomty J. IV Heddln*. who coaducteJ iho ntgoUttoni for Prlncfti lUtlfeldt. will r<yel*p a ff* of $300, 000 for his u...

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BURNED AT THE STAKE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

BURNED AT THE STAKE Oil Wai Poured Over the Victim* Bcdy Henry Notci, Who Shot a Prominent Farrmr'i Wife. Meeti a Fearful Punishment for his Crime. Chattanooga, Term., Aug. 25— Hcn-1 ry Noles, the negro Who nhot to death Mm. Charles William*, wife of a prominent farmevr near Winchester, Term., ln»t Friday, wan captured early this morning at a water tank near Coan, Term. He was taken to Win- 1 cheater l>y his raptors and placed In the county Jail. Sheriff Stewart ( made haste to try and barrtcado the Jail and protect the prisoner. Soon and angry mob of several hundred m?n gathered about Assist* ant Attorney General M. N. Whittnker who appeared and made a speech to the crowd. He sip pealed to them to assist him In allaying excitement and upholding tho majesty of the law. He promised to reconvene the grand Jury tomorrow to promptly indict the negro and have him speedily tried at the present terms of court, assuring the crowd that his conviction and legal executon was a foreg...

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MaAed Men Rob Saloon [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

MaAed Men Rob Saloon Tacoma. Wash.. Aug. 25.— A *en!M?lonal nabon hold up and murder occurred here while the carnival crowd was on it* way to the masked ball. Two masked men entered the Elk &aloon at 15IS South C street and ordered the occupants to threw up their hands. Proprietor llennsden took It to be a Joke cf the revelers, and remarked. 'You're coming it pretty coarse." The answer was a shot from one of the men's revolvers that grated the forehead of Edward Pfankchen and slightly wounded J. Kempln. Three pairs of hands shot Into the air Immediately and the men meekly did the bidding of the robbers. They emptied the till and were {.landing *n front of the bar when Kempln saw an opportunity to escape, fie bolted toward the door to call for help. A shot from the revolver of one of the men pas-ved dangerously near his back and burled itself In the wooden partition near by. Ben Johnson, an employe* at the smelter, had just pushed open the door to enter the salora when Ke...

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Boer Convoy Captured [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

Boer Convoy Captured New York.— The capture cf a lar*e tiz*>r convey of provisions and ammunition, says the I»ndon correspondent of the Tribune, is the chief fact in the budget of war news. The weakness of the military guard protecting the convey when supplies ar«? scarce and cannot be easily replaced is a fresh sign of exhaustion. Thf pro-Boer journals are still asserting that the black men aV.\ be armed and stationed in blockhouse after the close of the war. but there Is no authority for the rumor. This It only another way of Raying that the Bsers never can b* suUluml, for blockhouses v.ill not be needed when the lajst band of guerillas has been di> penned and peace be- en restored.

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Alleged Smuggling of Chinese [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

Alleged Smuggling of Chinese Washington.— The Treasury Department announced that lt» secret-service men had found a remarkable nest of official rottenness at Nogales, Ariz.. in connection with allowing O'a-ni-mtn to enter this country from Mexico at that po'.ni. and that William M. Hoey, collector of custom*. F. B. Jo»Bty, Immigrant Inspector and two Chinamen had been arrested for taking bribes for allowing Chinamen to com* in. The uc-cret-iMTvlce men. It is alleged, found tbat Hoc-y and Jossey were demanding and receiving from 151 to $2,0 for a<lm!tt!n;; each Chinatnr.n In through Nogales. and tbat such bribes had be'.n pall by a large number of Celestials.

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Spokane Indian Roervation [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

Spokane Indian Roervation Sp;>knn<\ \Va«h -Plani ar* an* n ounce*! to juvur«» the rp»*aln< *'f the Spokane ln.ii.tn reservation 10 mineral location;*. TV.c rr.« "nation l.« twintjr* fly* mile* northeast of this city and contain* a Sou; JO>.ooo ,icr» i». The tnlnrr.il wealth Is unknown. t>u: lUrfaMi ;ndlcations arc ».n i to l*» promls* in?.

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INFORMATION ON FOREIGN FRUIT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

INFORMATION ON FOREIGN FRUIT Commercial Museum Keceivef Consular Report San Francisco.-- The Pacific Coast Commercial museums Is in receipt of \ number of special consular reports on foreign fruit crop*. Consul Ch«"iter of Hnd»p**t Hunsa:y, writes tli.it t..u prediction to date la of a poorer crcp than, last year's. There Is no old stock. The crop In 1 ranee promises to to poor, hence an export to that country Is expected. American growers ought to be able to export prunes to this county, competing with Bosnia and Servla. The countries to which the Hudapctti distributors of HoHlan nnd Servian prunes sold largest during the years 1597-ISDD are Germany and Belgurn. It Is for tho Uni.ed States exporters to v/elj?h the advantages of meeting the Hungarians at tho selling price (HudnpcHt or at the buying pi tees In northern Europe. Vice-Consul General Vorcll of Belgrade. Servla. says: "Since the June report the prospect a for the prune crop In Servla have not got better at all. In Schnbat...

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Porto Rican Duties [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

Porto Rican Duties Washington.— Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes has Issued an amended regulation as to the treatment of Rood* Imported from Porto Rico, in the course of which he calles special attention to tho fact that as artlrlfs of merchandise from Porto Rico. In the course of which he calls duties the samp are not entitled to entry on customs bonded warehouses nnd that the temporary storage of such articles Is for the purpose only of detaining the articles until the Internal revenue tax due thereon has been paid. Articles ho stored, threforo, will not be entitled to withdrawal In bond for export or for transfer to another district and no allowance can be made for leakaK** or shrinkage or other losses, nor will be permit Ihsuo.l for the sampling of articles ho held. In case of the failure of owner or consignee to pay the tax due the collector In whose district the goods are stored will report such tax for assessment and will proceed to collect the Hntne as in the case of ...

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Philippine Trade [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

Philippine Trade Washington.— A continued ladvate In both the import and expDrt trade of the Philippines in flhown In n comparative Htatrinmt compiled at the war department. Tic total value of merchandise Imported during the seven months ended January .1. 1001, wnn $17. :<:»!». if,;, against $U,C74;703 for the H.uuo perloi In liMM); and the nmrchandlto ciported was $12,017,855, an against 18.303; 630 for tho K>oo period. The viiiu • <>f Imports of morchanJlso from lue i nlted Htates shows tin pir *:riit. Increase Ihir: year. KsportS 'o the United States have been lens thta year than In lt»oo.

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GIGANTIC IRRIGATION SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

GIGANTIC IRRIGATION SCHEME fAKMKKN mid fruit grower* in Houtheni Califortiifli uya the N«*w York Comiiicrctalf lire dlftctiMitiff what i* per tin pn the moMt gigantic irrigatluii»cheiueever exploited in the \Vc»t. The preliminary fttagC* have been paNHcd, ami ntiflicirnt work han been done t«> prove the feasibility «»f tin* plan, and now the attention of many fruit grower* in directed t«» the nltnoftt limit li'hm acreage of excellent laud that will noon lie made* available f«»r farm* near Ihe ilelta «.f tin* Colorado river* The laud coittpriiicii upward* nf 900,000 ocren in all. • • • The alluvial *«»il in aa rich an any yet discovered in the State, only awaiting the water to make it prolific of everything that will grow in the earth. In nonie part* of ttie upper basin of thin delta the noil has been ascertained to be several hnttdred feel deep. • • • Southern ucwjkpaj>cri» have sent Hpzcial rcprenentntivCH ti» vi»it this great river delta, and their rv|M»rtH i...

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ALFALFA AND THE HONEY BEE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

ALFALFA AND THE HONEY BEE NATUKK makes wonderful provision for the supply of animal and plant life, says the Rural California!). This U shown in both wet and dry countries in cold and warm zones. Everywhere is beauty and usefulness from the lowest valleys to the very mountain summits that arc hid in the belt of pei |><'tu:il snow. The lichen grows in the crevices of the rocks, and hardy shrubs fasten their roots where there sec ills to be little or no soil to give jhein nutrition. The alfalfa is among the most useful of products in localities where moisture is insufficient to support those other plants necessary to supply herbivorous animals. It belongs to the ClasN that in called hay plants. It is ►aid to be better for the equine and bovine sj>ecies than the red and white clovers, and the timothy or orchard grasses, which grow abundantly in countries where moisture is supplied by rainfall. It is stated that millions of dollars iiro annually added to...

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MOSQUITOES AND WHIP-POOR WILLS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

MOSQUITOES AND WHIP-POOR WILLS WHILK in the Imperial country we are free from the agonies of the miserable little posts, there has been much * discussion in some parts of late regardling the mosquito, and there is likely to Ibe more, for although the insect is i what might be called a silent partner lin the argument i he generally makes , his antagonists feel the point, if not 'see it. The plain truth is that many ! parts of this count r\, not counting the Klondike and New Jersey, are .so inj fested with mosquitoes that sitting out of doors at night has become next to impossible. In some places ordinary screens are insufficient to render the windows and doors impassable to this annoying insect, and cheesecloth has to he used instead, which results in an atmosphere far from agreeable, in hot weather. The design of the Creator, as all sensible people are convinced, is that people should spend as much as possible of the summer season out of doors, but the mosquito appears not to be in ...

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Distances from Imperial to [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

Distances from Imperial to Flowing Wells 28 miles Blue Lake 8 miles Cameron Lake Camp...'... 16 miles Monument 220 16U' miles Salton River 20,V miles West Mesa 27% miles East Mesa 28ft miles Alomo Mocho 30K miles Gardener's 30*4 miles Seven Wells 43.V miles Salton Crossing 47,4 miles C*»ok's Wells 51,'s miles Dos Alamos 59J * miles Hanlou's <>5.V miles

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

*L,EROY HOLTf iff Imperial, California, j£ * Mi 3<f Dealer in —^ % f Mi | General | | Merchandise g m Mi % See us when you want to buy anything iff 3i Before placing your next order f *%*%%%**%%*%^*%yfi%**M\Mkyi%%y*Mi 1 \%*l Coming this wav? » ?^ % , t Znenyou are interested & 2| J+V++J in knowing bow to reach \ \ I '"' Imperial Settlement, | I -New River Country 1 H Take the S. P. train H to Flowing We115.... |f % At this point you first class accummodations at the McCAUL- ? % J^ LEY HOUSE. G.W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular jjjjj stage lino from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at ©6 7i3oa. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- g!ka ing days. g Irs Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, 5W IK and will take you to any part of the country. y& £0 The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil fiilds west of Flowing£45 Wells. This stage Hue is equipped with rigs and teams tha...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

•:»>^i» Jimp er ia If jTeleph onej fCompany! f W. F. HOLT Manager. | ? Offices at f A Imperial, Cameron, ▲ J . t ? Flowing Wells and Iris. J L- i f or received from, t J any part of the world. ™ t f A TELEPHONES I I^FOR RENTf 0 i

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lion ll«» lalkf-d [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

lion ll«» lalkf-d KublDMeia. ant-r a t\»u»vrj tui:r in Spain, vra* os»»<ii: *"l>o you understand Spanish r "So." be said. "Then you bad to converse with tl»e Spaniards la Frenrh. I supposed" "Not every Spaniard speaks French.** "Then bow In i^e world did you talk to them?' "With tbc piano," said Rubinstein. •with a smile. TOT KNOW WHAT TO C ARK TAKING \Tbra jnew t&k* Orcrr«"» TuV^n CJiKI Tcsie L«c&uim> vb« ftrnso'a t v".».:- j- prtst«4 &a rvwrr bocUr cbovlsr tb«t it U ricjrJy Iroa «t»d Qa*cla^ ha a t**t«!rr» form. No ct»*. ?»• »«»- I*c "But. your franchise is not properly esseesed,* 1 suggested the citii*n. "Thai's all you know about It." anfi«ered the Ftre<-t railway taaa. "Tfcp ak*crn.an taxtd us tho limit price ts-b«n we got it." — Chicago PostFor pimples, sallo* complexion. Impure blood and poor digestion, use Adams' Sarsaparilla PHlb> They Improve complexion and cure constipation. 10 cent...

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INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS T! c people of tiif United States arc pending out of iiu* country more than a million dollars a \\««ek In payment for coffee cou»unitHl In thl« ctmntry, all of v iii ii could U» readily i»riHlueeO '11 Porto Hlco, Hawaii an.) the Philippine Uland*, which have already shown Ihelr niuiity to produce coffee «»f n hipb grade, commanding biph prices In tbe markets of tbe world. Porto It lean eofTev ha< lonsr Uvn looked upon a< high grade and for many yean* ha* commanded tilph prices In the markets of Kurope. an.l the derclopments of cofftH" culture In llnwali during the \xx*-i few years nave also l»evu very satisfactory in the quality produced an«l the prJi'x*'* realised. In the Phtllpplr.es the product is of hlpu pra«le. aud the fact that In physical conditions and climate the Islands aiv very similar to those of Javn. the givatost coffC'C producing Islands %f the world, suggests great jHisslbilltlos to those who desire to see American money expe...

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Trlrsrnpfilns With Caoooni, [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

Trlrsrnpfilns With Caoooni, When the t ': r- 1 vpmwl completed the paKsapt* of i be «bc:i new Erie canal In 15.55. there l»'lnp DO *uch thing as a telegraph In flume days, the news was cotnmuiji<-nt«-<l lo NVw York and to P.ufTalo by caunou* pln«-e<l wltbln Learlog of each other all thy wny nlong from Albany to t-uvU ut Ihe other cities. Tbo s!p f :r.l \ r n* panned along In this way fioin AHo ay lo New York cliy and t#s«k n^;j!:i to Albany In &8 uilnut«i«. Tie ••iH'rhijeot was a costly one. but wn* a nucces* In every particular.

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"Tbr Mtirrlran • > W>" [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901

"Tbr Mtirrlran • > W>" Tljos<« ni'6 dlnri !!:•• naie. who n<lmlnis'er tl.«» c-li!r». control th«* It^Ular tur<-». ih«* RoacHcnC n:frcbfldts. profettsom. Jot:r»iall»m. uitu of letier*— thoive whom I uul l;i ««H-lety— nre marly v!) of American blrtli Olid cf Diarkin] American i> jh«. I rart'ly ln*nr«! a foreign ntn-ijt ur nir n foreign founte* nance. The Xinvritna world l* |irmilcallj *'ruu" by p'UUloi* Au:crlc:iu*. Ton-igncr* aw more In evidence In I/mdun or 3lar:ehi**i«*r. h Mftm'd lo me. than iti« y ore in N<*w York. Philadelphia or U«Mion.-rn*di*rle Harrison in Nini'itYtitb CVoiury.

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