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Powder Mills Blown Up [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Powder Mills Blown Up PotUvllle, n Srpt. I.— The powder tullls at Kreba tuntlon were toli'iffly destroyed by a terrific explosion nt noon yesterday nml two men were Instantly klllod. They nre lrin Uupert and Richard Houser, both of Krobs Station.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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FILIPINO GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

FILIPINO GIRLS Sold by Parents in Slave Markets of Manila Tacoma.— Filipino girls. 10 to 16 years old. are being scld Into slavery by their parents In regular markets la Manila under the very eyes of the police and civilian authorltnes. This Is the substance of sensational allegations made by the Manila Times, which seeks to have American officers Investigate and stop the Infamous trade in human flesh. Places where slaves are sold are Fainted out by the Times and details are plven. both of recent sales and of the manner In which the bargaining Is conducted. Shapely Filipino girls bring several hundred dollars each in Mexican money. Tempted by this opportunity to gain riches, their Inhuman, but poverty stricken parents openly sell them to rich Chinese and Filipinos. Many prefer to be sold to living In poverty at hsme. Tbe Manila Times declares that the traffic Is more base than that formerly existing In the United States. Mozambique cr Zanzibar since. In these countries, the chief ob...

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Status of Veterinarian [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Status of Veterinarian Washington.—- The secretary of war has decided that veterinarians are not competent to sit as members of conrt3 martial, or to j^rform any of the duties which are expressly requlre-i by law to be performed by commissloneo officers. Ab their status is assimilated to that of commissioned officers, they are eligible for detail as members of boards of urvey cr counsels of administration an<l may. when non-com missioned officers are available gerve as exhange or past treasurer and may witness payment to enlisted men.

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ANDREE AND HIS COMPANIONS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

ANDREE AND HIS COMPANIONS Indians of Far North Bring a Strange Talc of Dead M«n ..... Chicago, Sept. 2.— A dispatch to the Tribune from Kankakee. 111., says that Walter W. Cobb and W. G. Shields, well-known young men of Kankakec. who have Juat returned from a fortyflro days' trip through the Hudson Bay regloo. bring back a story told by Indians of the far north that may relate to the missing explorer Andre* and one of bis two companies. At Mooae Factory, a Hadaon Hay trading jo.-.t at the mouth of Moose River, the seven men stationed there reported that a party of Indians who came down from the far north last spring told of the finding of the bodies of two white men at a point about 990 miles north of Moose factory. The st.-ry of the Indians wna that tho< bodies were found In n broken basket, their drrorlptlon of which seemed to' Indicate n basket of n baloon. and thnt tho bodka had been burled by Indians. The Indian* brought nothlnjt In support of their utory. but the me...

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Interest in Dreibund [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Interest in Dreibund Berlin.— An article In the Deutsche Revue, signed "Italian Diplomat," attracts much attention as showing from secret Inside Information that Italy only renewed the Dreibund In 1592 for tho advantages of a commercial treaty with Germany, and that she now has but slight Interest In the Dreibund as compared with her Interest In good commercial treaties. In Algiers a motor vehicle transport now males a daily run of ninety-four miles between two towns where vehicular traffic of no kind haa ever before been possible.

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To Use Electric Engines [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

To Use Electric Engines New York.— President J. J. Hill of | the Great Northern railroad, it Is Bald haa ordered that steam locomotives be; superseded by electric motors on the Cascade division of the Great North-] crn railroad. It is understood that If this change works but satisfactorily electric motom will be Introduced on other divlslonfi of the road. Ir.iian Agent C. T. Stramhan. at LcwJston, io-.io. says the cenun or the N*»z Percei Indians Jtist cor;plete:l the total Indian population to bo 150/, of which number over 900 are female*. There has been a decrease of slxy since last year.

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Little's Long Sleep Almost Ended [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Little's Long Sleep Almost Ended Santa Ana.— John S. Little, who c.in:e here trom Hiawatha. Kansas, about five months ago. and has been sleeping the greater portion of that time, has left for his Kansas home. His condition but little Improved, lib peculiar malady Is excessive sleep. He has slept, with only slight Interruption, almost continuously for the past five tnoiKus. He Is easily aroused, and when awa»c converses freely, but quickly drops Into slumoer again. His case has baffled medical skill and he was orought to California lc the hope that the climatic conditions here would be more favorable for him. but the experiment has not been sue:essful. his appetite has failed hlni recently, hh prlnc pal nourlshmen. being milk and softened toast, which he swallows I his sleep whim placed in his mouth. Little has been a large man, weighing In or-. nary health 230 pounds, but bis prolonged siesta has greatly lessened his avoirdupois. His family has concluded there Is little or no hope f...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Catarrh of the Stomach. Hnbbl Unvld Klein, .v.v. E. Mnln utrret. ColUOlbut, ()., writer, tho following to hfi llnrtnmn In regnrd to Peruna: "It affords mo great plran* ui. s to testify to all curatlvo merit * of your medicine. Peruna li ft well-tried nnd widely used remed). KNpcclnlly ns a specific fcr catarrh of the stomach It cannot be excelled. Peruna will do nil thnt U il.ilmed fur (CW>l -'^ -^/^ -^ * VJC-/I !t«bbl Imvl.l Klein I'raplo atlllctcil with catarrh of the btomach complain of lassitude, oil* tired-out feelings, their blood bocomes Lhln. nervous Bystem deranged, food seems to do them uo Rood, continuous and increasing weakness. Peruna Is a specific for catarrh of tne stomach. Peru tin correct* thn Impaired digestion, makes rich blood and »tead>* nerve*. •■Summer Catarrh" sent free by The Peruna Medicine Co.. Columbus, 0. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Boar Signature of Sec Facsimile Wrapper Iklow. Vcr/ nm«ll and «• emm...

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Thf Prndrnt Sroturaan. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Thf Prndrnt Sroturaan. A cautions Scotsman. .S." years old hnd naved enough to purchase a piece of freehold Inml upon which he had hnd his eye for some time. He repaired to the freeholder ami opened negotiations for the purchase. The freeholder, however, informed him that (v lotne reason or other he could not part with the freehold, but said he would give him n. lease for iM) years. This, he was Informed, was practically the same thin^. "Na. un." sa!d il c nsre."! one. shaking Ills gray head: "time soon rlns awn.* -London Outlook.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

"Did you heir of thnt duel between those two medjcnl students?" "No. Pistols or swords?" "Neither; they prescribed for ench ctlicr."— i London Tit-rite.

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UNDER AN UMBRELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

UNDER AN UMBRELLA. (v Ciprmlie Advent nre of a I'o- motia I'nrlwlan Wit. Ilomleu. the famous Parisian wit, was one »!ay caught In a shower and fortpd to Beck r»'fu^«' in a doorway of the Opera House. It was t'» o'clock already, and he had an engagement in tin* Cafe de Paris for that very hour. The rain fell lv torrents. There waa ::o carriage to he had. He bad no umurvlla. What war, to he done? While be was lamenting tils had luck a gentleman with a large umbrella passed by. Homlei) was seized with a sudden Inspiration, lie rushed out and grasped the *t ranger by the arm and gravely Installed himself under the protecting umbrella. "I am overjoyed to see you." he Immediately began. "I have been looking for you for two weeks. I wanted to toll you about Clementine." Without giving the stranger time to express his surprise komieu rallied a way with gossip and anecdote until he had led the unknown companion to the door of the Cafe de Paris. Then be glancid .-v him with n face of well fei...

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CARD PLAYERS' CRAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

CARD PLAYERS' CRAMP. What One* ffnpp* ne<l to nn Old Ymro ilfttlrr'm Hand* "Wrro yo«j ever p.'iralywd?" snld th« old timer. "No, nit'l may the"— lK'gnn thoothr-r. "Well, you 800 that rlylit hand? It looks pretty good nnd ntroriff nurl It \n, but for about three days ODCO It vra* deader than n frostbitten tomato plant. "You know of COtirtO that I u««m! to malic? my living playing cards, chiefly dealing bank. Tlicro wasn't ft day I didn't deal bank or In other games n!x to eight hour » a day. Many a time I have dealt or played longer. "One night I was dealing bank. It wan n good, bfg game. All at once when I went to fdlp a card this old right refused] to work. I looked at It and the fingers wen? kind of twisted Inward and the hand from the wrist wuh bent downward. "Thin stopped the deal for me, and I told the lookout 'to get busy, 1 for tuo players were getting a little 'queered.' He took my place, and I watched the bet «. "I rubbed my right, but It wouldn't stralghtcu out ...

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llrndarhf Thl« Morulnsr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

llrndarhf Thl« Morulnsr. T*n c«nt«. aft»-r *atlnjr too rnurh, '!rir.k:n? too murh. will firevrnt that raornlnic torture. Cattj a bot Caicartt* In your pocket, drug»fl«t». 10c, 2U:, 10c. "Why don't you want to take Flecklos In as a parner?" "Fleckle« was once engaged to my wife. Do you suppose I want a man in my btinlness who .s smarter than I am?"— • Fiiegf.dno Blatter. For pimples, sallow complexion, Impure blood and poor digestion, use Adams' SarEaparilla PIII3. They improve complexion and cure constipation. 10 cents, 25 cents. Druggists. TO CI'RK A CULD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets. All druKffiit* refund the rr.f;r.-y If It fails to cure. E. W. Grove* ■ rlgnature is en each box. 2oc STATE OF OHIO. CITY OF TOLEDO. {„ L.UCAB COUNTY. ) Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the senior partru-r of the firm of F. J. CHENEY & CO.. doing business in the city of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

I WjPy^^g^pHJlfc^^^" F° r olght years I sut" [J y - f JWmiA^r^W^^k for °d wlth IntlantmaII •/ iSß^^r^^i ml\ ilon of iho womb Oiut W M^'P^? (rum WL \ PP a * nn * u l ntonstruaI -N^V^jffflsi^ir short tlmo ago I began E\ -^S^^-^Z^^ to tako LYDIA E. PINK- - W HAM'S VEGETABLE OOMP POUND, and thanlta to It, to-day lam a woll I woman." Mrs. L. L. TOWMC, Littleton, N. H. Mth. Tnwno, lileo many other MifTerlng women, won n victim of theorv. Her phyKicinn did hiiibcst. Il« h»ul bnttled with her ciuw Btendllf and could do no moro. If9lrß. Towno hnd ankcd advlco of Mrn. Pinkhnm noveii or ciKht yearn earlier, she. would haro hod just m many moro years of happiness and comfort and health. It is not reasonable to expect that any Hvinß person can advUo for female troubles as wifely as Mrs. Pinkham, whoso ex]»cripnco is without parallel in tho world. This should appeal to tho common s«nso of any woman, especially when nearly every newspaper in this country Is printing In almost every is«ue tho lette...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Difficult Digestion Th.it h dyftprpalfl. It fiiAkrn liff mlwrnMr. It« nuttcri'm rat not brcAum Ihry xcanl to, — \t\\\. dimply \n'(:t\\\%t> thry mutt. Thr-y know thVjr arr irrifnJ.U- nnd fretful ; but tUt-y CflfmOl I/O f.fhr rxvi'c. Uf y cnrnplaln <>t n hnd tantn In the mouth, n tcndcfnctl nt tho pit of the «toni-nr-h. nn imrniy frrllncr of puffy fulness, hr.ifl.vlir>, hrarthurn nrul what not. The effectual remedy proved hy prrm.v nrnt curt s of thoutandn of severe cnv^. Is Hood's Sarsaparilla lioou'N I'iLLfl arc the tKstt cathartic] " /W W§f WA Wi rJv J&Sk TTh WH Hff \S& 9k Im A mb*^^m %:% 111 J II H5 Tho Kind You Have Always Bought has borne tho signature of Chas. 11. Fletcher; and lias been made under his personal supervision for over isO years. Allow no 0110 to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and •♦ Just-as-grood " arc but experiments; and endanger tUo health of Children— Kxperienco against Experime...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

Since the Riverside amlMn Bernardino papers published, the other day, s*»me snake-stories, the author of which is fit for a Chinese cuspidor, the people of lhi% valley have exerted every effort to run down the originator of the lie* or to find some one in the valley who knew something of the "Giant Rattler." which was supposed 13 have bceu captured on the canal work and measured by the boss (\V. W. Mastem and the gang. An interview with Mr. Masten and several of his men proved :ha: there lias not been a snake of any kind seen on the works for more than three months. and that less than a half dozen snakes have been killed ««n the entire works, during a year's time, and that the It'll gest snake killed would not exceed two feet. A close inquiry shows that iic»t more than a dozen snakes have been killed in the entire valley since operation* begun. about eighteen months ago. and only one has measured mure than two feet, and it reached quite three feet and was killed by I>r. B...

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IMPERIAL AND GULF [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901

IMPERIAL AND GULF The Latest Railroad Project for Imperial Country \f h line Will Connect With Southern Pacific at Noting Wells Mr. Bral) Mentioned THY. following railroad Mory ia told in the Riverside Dally Pre»% of Augntt 27th: "The latot railroad »chcme, and one that will materialize before many of the older plan* for transportation, i> a plan for a railroad that Is to branch <-tl from the Southern Pacific* at Flowing Well*, aml run from there to linjH-rJ.il City, and on through the whole length of the colony lands to Cameron, that fttaud* ju*t Oil the Mexican line. "The length of thi<* line will be 44 mile*, and there ia contemplated a branch starting «»flf from the main line about 15 mile* from Flowing Wells, and niuniug to the Bastslde colony. The plans are all completed ready for the incorporation of the company, which will be done at once and the wurk commenced. "The moving spirit in this i* J. H. Hraly. the president of the Imperial Water co...

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