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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
Mk. J. C Cakkou.. of umarta. regarding the short corn crop says: The farmer is not going 10 wilier txvause there will be 600,000,000 bushel* less corn this year than were harvested la*t year. In fact, he i* gotngto profit by it. and the Nebraska am! lowa fanner is fully aware of this. The fanners are going to profit by the sh «rt crop, because the price of corn is much higher than it wa* last • year. The current price o! c&lt;»m is twenty cent* a bushel hir her than at this time la*t year, and with that rate for all his corn this year, the farmer not only will not lose anything by having le** com, but will actually get 52&amp;O.OHMXD more for the estimated crop of this year than he would have received for the estimated full crop at last year's prices The people who are going to pay the piper are the consumer*. One result thai is assured i* an increase in the price of pork and of livestock in general. This also will redound t««the profit of the farmer; so it w«»u!d t ...
A REMARKABLE OCTOGENARIAN [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
A REMARKABLE OCTOGENARIAN Although eightjr-fire year* old thi* t.ummcr, Mr*. H. : P. Van Clevc. "the tir*t white child born in the Northwest,** i» Mill vigorou* of mind and actively interested in the world's affair*. She lives in Minneapolis* Minnesota. Her life-Mory. a* told in the I,adie»* Home Journal for Augunt, in a picturesque and eiciting one. Horn at Fort Crawford. Wisconsin, on July 1, 1819, the daughter of one regular army officer and the widow of another, »he pa*»ed through all the trial*, hardship* and adventure* of military and pioneer life on the frontier, and although *he ha» spent most of her later year* in citie*. her experience!* have still been of a varied and unusual character. Her golden wedding anniversary wa» celebrated more than fifteen year* ago.
THE GREAT SOUTHWEST [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
THE GREAT SOUTHWEST THi: I«o« Angrlc* Daily Ilium, in commenting Opnli the Imperial country and u|k"»ii the working* *»f the Imperial I*and Company, ha» the M« lowing to mt: I'mler title of "IK* Yoa Want a Ranch?'* the Imperial I«and Company ha* i**uetl a nftj«paff« Un»k describing the idvanUfTC* of the New Kiver conn* try. about which *«&gt; much ha* Wen written within the \a%\ year. The book i* illustrated with fortj-clghl cut*. representing to the eye the progrrn and the bcaatj of that magnificent icctlon. The text i* compiled from reports made by the represent** lives of the press and written from a ContenratiTC standpoint, ami the work i* altogether one of the tnoct reliable and I rust wort hy ever }uibli*hetl upon the resource* of a new country. The editor of the farm department of the Time* ha&lt;% traveled over every portion of thi* great delta, and has not hesitated to indorse the great enterprise of joining (he land and the water that is now so far under wa...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership Notice i» hereby given that the partnership heretofore exinting between Paul K. PerjruiukoM and Alfred Wesley I'atton, under the firm name of W. I'atton &amp; Co., i» thi* day di»»olvcd hy mutual content. The bu»ineft» will be continued by A. W. I'atton, who i» authorized to collect all bill* and Mettle all out Mainline account*. I'aui. K. Pkkgubson. Ai.vuv.u Wksi.kv I'atton. Imperial, Cal., July 10, 1901.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
Kmkboff'Cuzner Itliii &amp; Lumber (&amp;, * HO11 " 11 '•• I I IMRFR do Sl r . 8 nd» B ABM - RETAIL OCALCRS IN L- W IV I UUI I ... MILL WORK ban *«o*o. WHomui Main Office Cor. Alameda &amp; Macy Sts LOft ANOILIB, Main OmiOl POMONA. MBAOINA. . A M /^ IT I CO Oa| iamanoa. AzusA. covina. LOo MlNbLLbo, vML. freight of all Kinds Handled With Care If you arc coming to the Imperial country you will find it to your advantage to consign you freight to Wesley Pattoti, who has first-class rigs for handling anything from a box of groceries to a steam engine. ' And if I'atton handles your goods you will know they are handled right side up with care. If vou have any land to be put in cultivation or crops to be harvested, he will look after that too. Imperial, Cal* Imperial Press, PRICE 51.50 A YEAR The only means by which the news of actual developments now going on In the Imperial country can be had is through the columns of the PEtSS. \z £ dote / 7m peri al \ % Imperial,...
FOR THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
FOR THE FARMER A Pew llemt Gathered for (he Interest of Our Rural Readers. A Great Demand for Potatoes —Vegetable Seed Planting Marketing Ranch Eggs —Canned Fruit Industry, E(c. Parmen The farmer Is liable Btlll to be busy. Too busy to look ahead and prognosticate the character of the •coming season. The question whether summer rains In the mountains, on tho desctt and In Arizona in summer have any connection with the winter rainfall Ih a vital one. If. as the writer believes, they havo, it Ih Important to know, for If the farmer could foresee the character of a ennIng seafon with any degree of certainty it would be worth many, many dollars and many anxious days and nights to him. Therefore watch closely the coming season and make a note of It and use it for future guidance. The summer of ISSI was a wet one and with plenty of rain in the mountains. In ftivcrsldo two and a half Inches of rain and hail fell in as many hours and good crops were the assurance of the following winter Eno...
"SWIFT-WATER BILL" [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
"SWIFT- WATER BILL" Famous Klondiker Weds His Fourteen* Year-Old Niece Tacoma (Wash.) — Pretty A&lt;l»!ina Lydla Doyle, aged 14. is the third wife whom William C. Gates, bo:ter known as "Swift-water r&lt;i!V has married within as many years What makes the case more interesting is the fact that she is Gates' own niece, and was won by him despite the protestations of her mother, who is highly Indignant that her brother should have eloped with his r.l*?ce. S) indignant is she that she has sworn out a crlnmal complaint charffiug Gates with kidnaping her daughter.
Got Married and Died [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
Got Married and Died Atlantic (N. J.) — Quartermaster Joseph Matthews of the United States cruiser Newak, who was married yesterday to Miss Eva May Sain of Cami!en, thortly btfore i n 'ergolng an oper. atlcn, died early today at the hospital hero, Matthews had recently returned from the Philiplnes.* He came here for a brief vacation, and while bathing last Sunday dived from tho board walk into two feet of water. His head struck the sand and his spine was badly Injured. Matthews was engaged to marry Miss Cain, and on being Informed that ho wai not likely to survive the operation he sent for hia fiancee and they were married.
FOOD IS NEEDED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
FOOD IS NEEDED Starvation Faces Poor People in the Droulh'Strickcn Sections of Texas Han Antonio, Texas.— Keportfl from Zapata county confirm the new* that the poorer classes there are farlns? starvation. They mti.it have Irnmodlato hrlp In the way of food or tho r*»Riiltfi will be terrible. Range water has failed and rango cattle are too weak to travel ami are dylnj? rapidly. The country Is literally burned up by thf» drouth. There Is not a green thing to be Keen except cactus plants. Zapata county l» fifty mllea from the nearest railroad and whatever In the way of food Is f&gt;ent to the farmers in the famine-stricken placo mtwt be hauled from Laredo, a two day's trip at best Mayer Hicks of this city has started a relief fund and has already gent a small sum of money to Laredo to bo used In buying food for the sufferers. Relief work will be continued here. Nothing has been heard here from the war department In answer to a request for rations sent by Congressman Kleberg.
TREASURES FOR KING EDWARD [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
TREASURES FOR KING EDWARD Overhauling of Royal Palaces Leads to Valuable Finds London. — The overhauling to whk*h the various royal palaces are foelrg subjected, by order of King Edward. Is leading to extraordinary disooveiies. Garrets and cellars, closed for over a century, are now being cleared and thrown open. Queen Caroline, by Lawrence, was Recently a magiflcent portrait of Queen Caroline, by Lawrence, was found, along with some othe paintings, in a garret at Windsor Castle, and now an old Fourgon, or velvetlined van, of great size, filled with splendid silver and silver gilt plate has been found in a stable at St. James palace, which has not been used for 150 years. The silver in mention belonged to Queen Anne and was used by her ■when giving her dinner parties at Kew, Hampton Court and other suburban palaces, to which the van was dispatched from St. James. The silver was black, and undoubtedly had remained in the van since the time of the death of Queen Anne.
BUSINESS BEGAN ON STOLEN MONEY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
BUSINESS BEGAN ON STOLEN MONEY Canon Man's Disclosure! in Suit Against Brother Carson, New— Hugh Kelly, the plalnj tiff in a suit against his brother, Joe I Kelly, for a dissolution of partnership, i made a sensational allegation on the I stand. He intimated that the money used in e-tallishing the firm came iroin a robbery which occured in this city In IS9 I. whereby the Virginia and ■ Truckee Railroad company was robbed of $3700. He said that he dug up $1500 from the ground in a stable, at a place | indicated by his brother, and that this i money was used In the firm. On cross-examination he would net | state as a positive fact that the money i came from the robbery, but assumed It ■ had come from there, as he knew of the robbery of the above sum and that I moat of it was in $5 gold pieces, which [ was the denomination he dug up. He I further stated that tho money was ■ changed Into $20 gold pieces before be- ' Ing put into circulation, at the Instance 'of his brother, aud that he ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 31 August 1901
D O Y O U tfTjk W A N T A Jl RANCH W On Government Land in Southern California % Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. The Home for Cattle and Hcgs. fc*^^^^^^^^&amp;^^^^S^S^^H ■ '■■■■■■ 1" **. - - **,-. ».— ' j^^^&amp;^Z,'.- - , ■ s^^^^^^^j@^i^J^flßCr'^ &amp;*rsrt^!~s&amp;f£wXS&amp; '■ ■ ''•■ ■■£-?''■■'■***■. ■■' ''■&gt;"• ' " '"' : '"'" ' -^ ' - ■i^^rt^^^i^SSli^l^^W^^*^ 18^'' ■■'■"■'■■■'■•'''''' '■^*' 1 '■'■"' 1 ''■■■ ".■.■.*'■-•**&gt; ,i .., **"v-*r.- ,^.s. &gt;;.^ :-.■ .. '** '*' *^~i -"-■'■■*' &lt; r '*- Jt Here is the Water! Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not b: lower if the irrigation system were built by the government CONSIDER .CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTSt FIRST— -The ImiKrrial Canal Svstem is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better land than can be found elsewhere on this continent in one body and under one system...
The Country 'Round [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
The Country 'Round Summary of tfye wetk's happenings A. 11 . Kehkoph is a recent subscriber. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Baiita were in town Sunday. N. A. Jones of Frankfort, Ind. orders the Pkkss sent to his address. W. F. Holt returned from a business trip to Los Angeles yesterday. I. \V. Gleason from Riverside, was a guest at Hotel Imperial the other day. Arthur Ewins is spending several days on the coast in San Diego vicinity. A. J. Elliott spent Sunday in Imperial, reporting everything OK on New river. N. S. Hitchcock of Jerome, Ariz., was here several days latter part of last week. J. Z. C. Watson from East Highlands was looking over the Imperial country last week. Prof. J. E. Carr arrived in Imperial yesterday and will open school in the valley Monday. Jno. Wherry was here the other day from Riverside, and will probably locate in this country. G. R. Blodgett was looking over the valley few days ago. He left Saturday last for Los Angeles. George Laurance left the valley last week on a ...
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condenwd Report of the Important tUppeiung. During the WeeK Sin PranciiMru to Connect Cook Inlet and the Gold Fitld — Ratlin Groweri Urged to Sisn New lease- -Chinese Bound and Leit on the Desert. Etc Experiments wul be ni^le «ith Call* fornla oil tor v.«» as fuel on Yukon river beai*. Sau P;c\co ha« ra.sfd $l\ 050 for Barter* ana rights of way for a railrc^tl to YurnaMr*. Arthur O. Rfdolph »hot aci killed ber husband anJ thca klll&lt;*a herself in San Kraoclico last «&lt;*k. Jealcusy was the cause. San Francisco,— l&gt;rU Cea. Fred P. Grant hx% arrirci here en route to the Philippines, aft*»r a thrw taontas* leave of absent*. H« «H1 «» °* the transport Siicridin. Saf^-&lt;nifkcrs b!ew op«n tte s^fe of Muller A Ilock^r. batchers, tn San Francis-co. fccuriaK iS3 in cola and a lot of Jewelrj and illrcrware, Thtr is no cUv tD the robbers. A special convocation was held la the cJSce d President Harper of t w .&lt;- UnlTersity...
Public Domain Opened [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
Public Domain Opened Ashland. Oregon.--peputy Inlted !?:::♦» Marshal S. L. Morse returned riom Tule Lake. Klamath county Saturday afterncon. where he went lo cirry on; tje Instructions of United States Judge Bellinger to tear down the f&lt;r.cts erected by »»ie Jesse D. Carr l.anl a:&gt;i Live Stock company illegally enclosing SO.OOO acres of the public domain. Contrary to expectation there was no objection made by the representative of the Carr compiny to the razing of the fences. With the assistance of some of tho company's employes the deputy t'nlte.4 States marshal ma ie extensive openings In the fence for a distance of fotir townsnlps. The condition of the 50,000 acr«&gt;3 of government land la in stsch shap** now tha. the flecks ard herds cf the cattlemen and settlers ci Klamath county have free excess to the immense body of land that the Carr company has had the exciu-tvc use cf for many years.
Red C«der Millt to Close at Once [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
Red C«der Millt to Close at Once S*atl*\ Wash.— The Washington Red Cedar Shingle association held a session in tbis city yesterday to discuss' a rm-thod of solution for the present j lew price of their product. It was: decided to shut down all mills under, the association's control which Indues all the largest concerns in the State, until such time as a stronger market would Justify a reopening or the work. The closure takes effect Immediately end 270 miles will cease operations. The Fresno Republican ha* recclred a telegram from M. Theodore Kearney, who l» now In New York, appealing to the raisin growers to sign the contracts at once. After urgini; tae raisin n.cn to pin their faith to he liability of the director*. Mr. Kearney says: "I pledje you my word that In my Judgment you will lota two million dollars that can .&gt;e male on this Eeason"» crop if ou fall to sign the lease, .here are hundred* of carloads of last year's ralhlmi Htlll on the market and the trade will th...
CUBA'S TRADE FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
CUBA'S TRADE FIGURES Recent Changes Not to Advantage of the United States Washington.— Bomo fUures relating (0 the export and Import trade of Cuba for the first seven months of this year, as compared with a similar period last year. Just published by the division of Insular affairs of the War Department. Indlrato that radical change* nre going on In that trade nnd that the United States and other North American countries nro the sufferers. Exports from Cuba for the period mentioned this year were valued at $33,033,930 n» against $43,409,055 for the same period last year. Imports for the same period last were worth J2C.997.517 as against $19,955.41)2 for the corresponding period In 1900. The Imports from the United States diminished 6.4 per cent, and those of other North American countries 15.6 per cent., while Cuba shipped to the United States during the same period 11.1 per cent- more goods than the preceding year, and to the other North American countries IS.B rer cent more.