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Navies of the World [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Navies of the World Washington.— Capta.n Charles D. j Sigsbee. chief cf tne office of naval In- j telltgrnre. has made public that bu- , roiu'j annual publication, endllect. "Notes on .%aval Progress.'* which sets forth in a comprehensive way the | advance that has been made in naval \ work among t«e foreign navies. To give an idea of tae fighting strength of the seven principal navies | of the world, a table Is summiUed, | showing the fo..owlns total tonnage cf j»";ps bulu. building, and to be [ built: England. 1. 1 66,855; France. ~S\S»>:>\ Russia. S. .545; Inliel States. 507.41* »; Germany, 455.152; Italy. 322,707: -apan. 2a1,-i9B. Naval approprlat.ons for the present fiscal year are stated as follows: England, $149,755,620, an increase cf , ovre $10,000,000. as conipired with List year; France. $53.2H. »;."»*>; Russia, V>Q.- , 00:».297 an increase of over ? 5,000 ,000; Germany. $10.522.732; Itily. $23/iv3,:,a:>; Japan. 118,5...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Reindeer for Alaska [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Reindeer for Alaska Washington. — The secretary or the Interior has received from Lieutenant Ber&olf, of the revenue cutter service, a report of the purchases of relnA't'T mc:le In Siberia for shipment to Alaska during the present summer. He says he has secured 4">o young does and fifty bucks, nn duint he thinks a contract can be made for l!>00 reindeer for next summer. The deer were all bought In the vicinity of Orla. and they were to be shipped fron. that place to Port Clarence, 'lhe distance Is 2000 miles, and Lieutenant Bertbolf expressed some doubt as to the success oi the experiment. The deer purchased cost thirteen roubles per head In Orla, but the additional expense in keeping, shipping, etc., brings t..e total cost of the animals, lauded In Alaska, to nbout S3O each.

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Laundry Machinery Syndicate [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Laundry Machinery Syndicate Plttsburg. Sept. 2.— A syndicate, complied mostly of I'ittshurjf men. headed by Charles A. Painter of this city, has Jtut succeeded In effect. n< a combination of 00 per cent, cf the laundry machinery manufacturing plants In the United Btatea. The tltlo Of tbO company will bo the Laundry Machlneray Manufacturing company, and the company will have a total cap- limitation of ii0.r.00,00 . imoo.ooo, 1 per cent, preferred cumulative, and h. 500,000 common.

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Immensely Rich Cold and Copper Mine [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Immensely Rich Cold and Copper Mine Yutt.a. Ar.2.— (in at excitement over tbo discovery of one of the richest deposits of gold and copper or<\ In the history of Yuiil.l mlnliu; circles. The well-known mining men. Frank Gucr* ra. Jim Carl. J. S. \Vhlt«\ Sam TetnptO and U. P. 11. l.atny have discovered in KlvrrMde county, above IMcactio, a letlgo ;>f gold nnd copper which run* $30)0 In gold ami ten per cent In copper per ton, nnd the ledge la fron. two to twont-flvo feet wide. Mr. Lanoy brought n sack of tno ore and It U now on exhibuirn In Mayor Bhunes« »y s office. The owners nre satisfied they have one of the larßCft and richest properties In the southwest. They are all practical mining men. not easily excite 1 nnd are very enthusiast c over the discovery and say they would not exchange for the famous King cf Arizona mine, with the machinery thrown In. Chicago.— Nearly thirty plow manufacturer* of the Untied Stntcs were In session here discussing plans for a c...

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TERRIBLE SUFFERING OF INDIANS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

TERRIBLE SUFFERING OF INDIANS BUhcp Rowe Returns From His Journey (o Alaska Tnccmn. Wash.— Ulsaop Peter E. Rowe of the Episcopal church In Alaska has returned to bltka form n fourteen month's trip to the farthest Wilds of northern Alaska. During this time he has wandered nlong the Arctic stures. traversed Bering sea. Journeyed down the entire Yukon and with ft tins team anil enow *ho? 8 tramped over ISOO miles of frozen river and snowy forests. His object was to spread the gcspel of mercy nmoni? the Alaskan Indians, who have been dying of Kr.p by tens ami scores «lurins the past two years. Bishop Howe pronounces their afllctlcn the *;rlp and says that it has not been caused, an Rome supposed, by the incoming of white rr»?n and the purchase of fur robes nml clothing which the IndlanH formerly possessed. In the largo Indian village at Port Clarence, Bishop Howe found only a few inhabitants still nllvo. while the dead were lying everywhere unburled. Among the dead was a native who had ...

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Hi]oral lon Vrnci *loncy» [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Hi] oral lon Vrnci *loncy» If llio vihi'lj v.iim •>! .it t m 111 1 l.»i»ii.f i nt 17 or IS »:«•?» »•> Mr nlnv.tl that tin* college hv.j iv.:\ t:*-xv; i r.'.U »:;» with him, Iho collegian, on •!:•• ntuvr limul. rccclrci nn equipment which lin* no possible equlrn« lent in dollflra nml cents mul which U more enriurins thou any form of material cniu.-Knn-.3-) City Smr.

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HOGS IN ARIZONA [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

HOGS IN ARIZONA Till", farmer who produce* hi» own meat nud bread on hi* farm may defy the |*>rk and flour combines, but woe unto the shiftless farmer who dejmmiiU upon other* to produce his food for him, it is he who payn t lie piper. It stands the fanners that arc bringing this laud under cultivation, in hand to make preparations at once by which he can provide hin meat an well as his bread. In the Salt Kiver valley, where Condition* arc almost identical to this valley, the hog industry is today a RUCCCM, Regarding the industry in that valley the Arizona Republican nay*: Not many years a^o the major* ity of the people in Arizona thought that there never could be a profit in nwine-culturc in this territory. Indeed, a few ranches who tried hog raising abandoned the attempt and gave over their time to cattle and alfalfa. For a long time the few hogs that existed in thin valley ran almost wild, not considered worth their feed. Finally a change came. Some wise rancher brough...

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W. S. CORWIN [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

W. S. CORWIN Fruit growers in Southern California number many, but such fruit growers as Mr. W. S. Corwin are indeed scarce in any country. His orchard and vineyard at Highlands are among the very best in San Bernardino county, presenting not only an object of rare beauty, but they are managed in a way which makes them a money winner to the owner. Mr. Corwin already has a tract of land under the Imperial canal system, but being one of those far seemg 1 men who know a good thing, he is not satisfied with one claim, and is now here with his daughter for the purpose of securing another track of land, and it goes without the saying it that the Corwin places will be of best in the valley. Through the courtesy of this gentleman we are now feasting on some of the delicious fruits from his Highlands ranch.

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RUDYARD KIPLING'S LATEST STORY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

RUDYARD KIPLING'S LATEST STORY After a long rent in South Africa, Mr. Kipling has returned to Knglaud, and is busily occupied with his literary labors. < hie of his most recent stories in "How the Leopard (Jot His HpoU," which will be published hook in the ladies' Homo Journal,

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PET ANIMALS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

PET ANIMALS IT ha* •M.nifiiin.-n been «« r»{«" •' thai " ilw keeping of iM*t iiniiiinlx in OfftC way to develop the hinnaiu- instincts of |moj»1«« in jfirnr.il. f«ikr other practice*, however, thin our in k<»«*l only when it in not nblfsedi a* it frequently in. When one COtifttdcn the number of miserable little beast* yearly trapp«'«l, captured, mul bred in cage* for the amusement of mankind, it neeniH an if Home better method of amusement in i^ lit !»•• devised. Of course, there are people who make friend* and companions of their petn, and iiltlxiu^li notxrtly can beuliNoliitcly certain atxiut animal psychology, it may be that the dog* horse or bird deriven an amount of pleasure from con* tac* with the superior mind which more than repays the loss of freedom. In the case of a highly bred dog or a Mad* die-horse it is almost certain that this in mi, Hut these are in the minority when the whole number of domesticated animals Is considered. In the first place, it is certain...

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Distances from Imperial to [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Distances from Imperial to Flowing Wells 28 miles Blue Lake 8 miles Cameron Lake Camp 16 miles Monument 220 16.» miles Salton Kiver 20,^ miles West Mesa 27 # miles East Mesa 28# miles Alomo Mocho 30# miles Gardener's 36 .V miles Seven Wells 43*4 miles Salton Crossing 47^ miles Cook's Wells 51}» miles Dos Alamos 59*4 miles Haulon's 65& 1 miles

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

ILeroy Holt! if? Imperial, California, j£ * % * CT=*2_^ iff * % m Dealer in _. % General $ * Merchandise 1 ±fc See us when you want to buy anything jjf S Before placing your next order S »!*• I Coming this way? 1 %%\ i; X tbtn you art interested $ H J^++J in knowing bow to reacb |g I "" Imperial Settlement, 1 i^New River Country! || Take the S, P. train n \\ to Flowing We115.... |! % \ At this point you get first class accommodations at the McCAUL- y \ j^ LEY? HOUSE. G. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular Jj stage line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at 1 £ 7:30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- * < & ing days. £ | m \ Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, * % TEr> and will take you to any part of the country. 7 g |^ The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil fiilds west of Flowing £ £fi Wells. This stage line is equipped with rigs and teams that are Q£ xSb un...

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A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY Mu»t Have LuxurUnt and dotty Mjir. No Matter Whit Color Tho flnritt eo&tottr of a frmalo fare, the nweetwt >mIU of a femalo mouth, lnprfi itnmrthlnc If the h*ad i» crowned with *rant hair. BciAt md fAllinc hair, it ll no« kn; mtl •• • J by a parasite thAt t»nrro^it Into the iKffl'.p to iho r»^-»t of the bn'r. vrtcrc It Mp* thr TlUllty. The little nhitr ►ralwi the prrni throve up In burrowinc Are cnllcd dandrufT. To cure dandruff prrmanrntly. shrn. and to Hop falllnc hair, that germ must be killod. JCewbro'i H^rpScli!<-. nn entirrly new result of the chemlral la'.o.atory. destroys the dandruff porm. anil, of countr. ttops the falling ha!r. and cures baMne*.*. The IWit Prescription or M*UrU. rr.:: • a»J frwr »» » bottl# cf Orcr**» u*t*» U«J Chill TC*Jf, It »t HTK&T ««>« «** «ttJStC« ir. * t*»:«:< *• form. No tmrr— no r*y. me* »&,

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Tbr « tnn,ii.i.ii' • Htf". [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Tbr « tnn,ii.i.ii' • Htf". Thnsj* v,i:o underpin ml lie robj'ct hare to Gduill tLst when !t coiuti :o T.iO qor*!lou o: rc::c::al t!rrs,« the C ;!• s:ams:i La* rcrjr caucli tbi* best cf It American c!o?l «•« - r»* net tuadc fcr t jc performance « . ...«i stooping or dovs.ctV.r p \:t :«r-:: r*. Itct tbe Chinaman. In hi* U»r .-. .r. v fMlx? clctbcs. Is as free 13 *::>;<. v.:.u;«. r-n cr turn basJfjirinsr^ cs :: F££2ll loy ia bathing. In a i*ulr:tfe *u'.t <f c'.otbcs you can lie down a«il *'<vj» crltj the fatae ncaour.t of comfort tU;«: ;ou caa stand up acd vralk.

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Cotael* cf the r?.*t Ce^ntory. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Cotael* cf the r?.*t Ce^ntory. Purinj: the u'.arteentb century 235 new coruois trero dlioorered ci asa!a<l G2 In :b>* tvs'.j'o^ath century. Tbe nineteenth o*:;:*.::t a!*o bcbeld a greater Dumber f l^rye s::*! brilliant cooie!s iha:i dl<i i:« ;«:vxltiv<.scr. The finest of tbt*s<? r.vsv :Li« comets of ISII. IS4S. ISSS, ISSI ami !S>:2. lo tbe year IStO only one periodical comet tras known. Hailer's Nott osny are known, of which a» leas: '.' have been seen at more thnn coc rttur.i to perihelion.

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Locnl to Enjoy flermelf. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Locnl to Enjoy flermelf. final ia*irur;io~« to i:!?:e. v. Lo Is poi.-s to take tea n lilt a p!ariante. "xrtea yuu are asli^l If rcu will Usve soujetbit;^. Ron tnnsl fry. "Yes. tlauk jou,' a-d \t rou doxft r. in: It you must my*— -Oh. jou :;«-<tlu*t bother about ibat." Elsie lnt<'rr;:i)trd. *i *'.or.'i cxi>ect to re/u/e aa;.tt;i:ic." # — Pbll3«!t!i»bla Vri-s*.

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When Jack T=r rTbUtlee. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

When Jack T=r rTbUtlee. The first tin»«» I went to w*n I n-a> whistling blitbclj oae dar. fcr the sua traa bri^Lt anJ tbe breeze tvn« fresh and tbt> tub eras sjiankin^ a!on^ under ell her canva*. xrbeij a uallcr trarned me to stop, write* Cbartes \t. Skinner In Llppincotfs Masarlue. I asted wbj. He said tbe wind was coniln;; up fast enough as it vras and tbnt if 1 kept on tvblstllns I would be fetching a gale about tbeir ears. Aftervrard 1 learned that it Is permissible to whistle daring a calm, and Indeed I bare Lnown captains and mates to turn toward tbe quarter from which they wished the tvlnd to spring and whistle for some minutes. But It Is against all custom to whistle when tbe wind is rising, for that Iff notice to Davy Jones that you want more, and be may turn on a hurricane. Adams* Sarsaparllla Pills cure elck headaches, conctlpatlon. billlousness, dyspepsia, purify the blood. 10 cents, 25 cents. Druggists. TOU K>'O\T WHAT YOU AHE TAKIJCO Wf...

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OFFICERS ATTACK EDITORS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

OFFICERS ATTACK EDITORS Insultinj Article In Spanith .Ncwipapir Cauics Free Fl^ht Madrid. —Kl Cor wo do GuUucoa. a CarlUt Journal, published In &in Sc* tvutUn. the summer rmldcnre of the Spanish court, recently printed an article which the officers of the Spanish, •quadrat) «tatlonc»l off San Hobanttanj c«n»l»Scr<Hl Intuiting. A scoro of tho 1 ofTkfm went last evening lo tho office* of tho paprr and atarke<) the man- . • r And two editors with stick*. A frre flßbt followed, in which a lieutenant «a* severely hurt, nnd two other officer* wero slightly Injured. The tnanagrr of the paper and one, editor wcro roughly handled, recelr* Ing cosidcrablo injury. Several of the! ofUeers were nrrestc*! but they werej liberated en giving their word of honor! to keep tho peac<\

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Stone Plow Unearthed [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Stone Plow Unearthed New York. Sopt. 2.— A mono plow, bellrvnl to be 3<H) yrar* old, haa been unearthed nt Bloomflcld, N. J.. by workmen on a culvert.

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