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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
freight of all Kinds Handled With Care If you arc coming to the Imperial country von will find it to your advantage to consign you freight to Wesley Pattori, who has first-class ri^s for handling anything from a box of groceries to a steam engine. And if Pattoh handles your jjoods you will know they are handled right side up with care. If you have any land to he put in cultivation or crops to be harvested, he will look after that too. Imperial, Cat. Imperial Press, I PRICE $1.50 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 PUSS. I *£ dot el Tm peri all ♦ + t Imperial, California. t ♦ ♦ t Offers to the public t + superior accommodations I t Patronage of tourists and land'Seekers solicited J k4 . +++f+4.++4. + + + + + + + .;. ++ + f . + +++++ + + + + + ++ 4. + . Mf ..f. f . + 4..J- ++ + + . f .y Imperial Shop A. W. PATTON, Proprietor. All kinds of Blacksmith and Wagon work done on short not...
FOR THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
FOR THE FARMER A Pew Items Gathered (or the Interest of Our Rural Readers. Our Annual Agricultural Exporb— To Save Our Walnut Trees-Poultry on the Farm —Indian Apples— Lojs From Insects— Minor Mention Tho following 1h reprinted from the VncavlUe Reporter: Over sixty boxes of cherries off one tree beats the record we believe. That harvest was gathered by C. M. Chubb, however, and he netted $120 tucrcfrom. Some ch«'rrlrs were gathered from thiH tree which were not Included in the above, and shows what v VacavlHo fruit tree can do when It really tries. Poultry on the Farm l'rof. Gilbert of Ottawa. Canada, in answer to tho question, "Why '.a poultry valuable to .iuo farmer?" gives the following reasons: 1. Because he ought, by no means, to convert a great deal of the waste of his farm Into money In the shape of eggs and chickens for tho market. 2. Hecause. with intelligent management, they ought to be all-year revenue producers, with the exception of perhaps two months during the moulti...
Gambling Record Broken [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
Gambling Record Broken New York. — Just a iia.f milli:n dollars changed hands in the big poker game played by Pittsourg millionaires during their journey across the Atlantic on the Deutchland. It is said the money went two ways and mat the $500,000 profits on the trip were divided by William I. Mustin, president of the Pltu.urg Stock exchange, anil John A. Chamber?, president of tho window glass trust, but they won it from other trust magnates. Sitting in the game were: James A. Chambers. W. I. Mustin. I). L. Glliesple, Frank Moore, M. K. McMullin and A. A. Fox. W. I, Mustin is declared to hnvo won tho blßgest pot In the gamy. There was fyO.uOO in it., and ho showed his nerve by paying $20,000 cash to draw ono card to fill a four-flush, but he had a "hunch" that .t would bo good.
Terry McGovern's SUter [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
Terry McGovern' s SUter Now York.— Tho fighting instincts: of the McGovern family are apparent- 1 ly not confined to tho mule side. Katie McfJovern, alutcr of Terry, twlco swunj? on n man a' Jaw In the Bowery at Coney Island as deftly ns nor brother COtild have done. Instead of receiving a purso for her cleverness nho wan locked up in th*» Coney Island polled court for disorderly conduct.
American Federation Stands by Strikers [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
American Federation Stands by Strikers Washington, Aug. 31. — The American federation, which Is organ of thn Federation of Labor, an'i in edited \,y Hanitiol (Jompfirß, saya: "We will Btand by the Amal- gamated association .n the present conflict to the full extent of our power, both morally and flnanc'ally. Wo shall aid In every lawful way tho men on strike and who may come out on strike to maintain the workers in their right to organize, and to extend their organization;" bo that the only power which stands ror their protection and advancement against the avarice of concentrated wealth, may be perfected and perpetuated. We shall not relax our efforts to aid the brave men who are striking to briug this contest to an honorable end, and we appeal to every wage worker and every sympathizer to exert every power and Influence in the same direction."
Sultan Feeling Sorry [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
Sultan Feeling Sorry Constantinople. Aug. 31. — M. I3;ipst. counsellor of the French embassy, has received from the porte a copy of a telegram sent to the Ottoman embassy ;it Paris for communication to M. Delcasse. French minister. This telogram, while giving vague assurances, formulates nothing concrete. It requests a resumption of diplomatic relations between the tn-o countries with a view to reaching a ! satisfactory settlement of the matters in dispute. Washington, Aug. 31.— The war department has been informed that the postal authorities have decided to place a portrait of General P. \V. Lawton, who lost his life at San Mateo, in the Philippines, on one cf the new issue of postage stamps.
McNally Starb on Long Swim [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
McNally Starb on Long Swim Boston, Sept. 1. — In a drizzling rain and a strong northeasterly wind, Peter McXally, the well-known swimmer, started from Charleston bridge at 2:10 this afternoon en his attempt to swim to New York in thirty days. There were about 200 people on the pier. McNally was making good time when last seen in the distance. Having the tide with him it is probable that he reached Tevell's island, nine miles below. Two friends in a boat kept near him. According to a special dispatch to the LO3 Angeles Herald, an audae.cus poll parrot In Denver has joined the ranks of the union workers against restaurants under the ban. This saucy bird hangs in a big cage acros3 from Hirano's restaurant, at 1737 Larin.er street, which s under a ban. Polly has heard the cries of "Unfair" and has learned the vernacular ana its application. When a stranger approaches the parrot cries out "Unfair! Unfair!" In a rasping tone and the work of placing the ban goes merrily on. The pickets sup...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 7 September 1901
DO YOU 4TV WAN T A M RANCH W On Government^ Land in Southern California m Good for Alfalfa, Grain. General Farming and early Fruit. The Home for Cattle and Hogs. HflHlßiilflSfirnffi '- * : ~ '^'- *-« *~ v *s£3jl^f^ I Mere is the Water! Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not be lower if the irrigation system were built by the government CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS i FIRST — The Imperial Canal System 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. SECOND— The soil is the most fertile — more so than the soil of the celebrated Nile Valley, which has been successfully cropped for thousands of years. THIRD — The water in abundance is now on the ground ready for use, and the supply will ever remain practically unlimited. FOURTH— If the government had built the irrigation system it would not have furnished the land and water at a less co...
The Country 'Round [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
The Country 'Round Summary of the week's happenings J. C. Blackington was in town Monday. P. K. Carr of Yuma Rends canh on subscription. School opened Monday with 21 pupils present. J. C. William* is in the valley from Pasadena this week. John Yount sends the Pkkss to a friend in Ked lands. K. Wilford i» here from I*oh Angeles and will probably locate. • Mrs. \V. F. Gillctt was in town shopping last Saturday. G. W. McCoy of San Bernardino is looking for land in the valley. C. K. Power wan in town from the Blue Lake region Wednesday. . Prof. J. K. Carr. our school teacher, will be kept posted by the Pkkss. It. G. Jordcnnar of I,oh Angeles, is looking over the valley thin week. W. A. Journigan of Yuma was here last week in search of land. \V. A. Lark of L#os Angeles in looking for a location in the Imperial country. M. Rodke is here from San Bernardino, with view to locating Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Evans were shopping in town few evenings ago. James Kenncdyof Ontario, has been looking over...
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condcnwd Report of the Important Happening- Daring the W«k arnfgic Offer* 520.000 for Rvm aY» Ufouty — D«bit«ng Club Upholds Anarchy -Sheriff R«c«rve&gt; Bloodhounds Atrarsdo 5» enjoying « boom *inco the t-v.fitr mill tnx'aeJ. Tho Independrat Order of Henroost Dlstnrbcrs U oporatsng extensively in Berkeley. Two children. apM 6 and S year*, have beta arrrst&lt;M at Alameda for damasini: the wall* of a freshly-plas-tered house. FLinia Rosas Sheriff has reteUed two trained bU&gt;&gt;dhounds to be used for tracking animal*. They are n?t of tbe -Uncle Tom s Cabin" variety. By the explosion of a stick of dynamite. Peter Maro!&lt;\ an employe of the Conta Costa Water Company, was burk-d fifty fe^t through the air. Hts rfothlns was torn to shreds, but be was not seriously injured. There is now oa her way from China a Chinese sirl who trill enter the UniY«r*£j .pt CaWtornla^to'Cwn-i plctc U r ; edu&lt;attoal ; I a vta:t \y...
WRECKS ON LAKE HURON [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
WRECKS ON LAKE HURON Six Vmeli ar&lt; Wrcckcd-Thirty-tlght Pcriom Rescued Tor: Huron (Mich.) Sept, 9.— 0n0 of the roughtest nijsht* e\er known «. :» Uike Huron, made worse by a heavy pall of »moke that ovcrhuni the water. Mx vessels are wrecked on the beach threo ralles north of here. The crew* &lt;:f four of thorn were rescued by ih*&gt; Hfe*sarlng crew during the night. tblrsy-elKhi person* all told, and the crrws of the other two are still on their vessels, but In no danger. Several other craft were in grave danger durlns the n!?ht. but wore extricated this morning. The wrecked craft aro the Wawntam and consort. Whaletick 102; Pauley and consort Amaranth: barge Paige and tug Sarnla. In the smoke and gale their masters lost the!f tearing and went ashore, thinking they were headed for the harbor. As If the gale which blew las&gt;t night were not enough. great cloud* of smoke from the forest flres north of here obscured every buoy and light from view....
Debiting Gub Uphold* Anarchy and Vilifies Proidcnt [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
Debiting Gub Uphold* Anarchy and Vilifies Proidcnt San FrancUco. S*pt. S.— ln all of the churches of this city today prayers vt-re offered for the recovery of the President and from many pulplta tbe attempted sssa&amp;sln&amp;tloa wai deplored and tbe would-be murd*rer btroagly denounced. Tte only discordant n:te ia the general expression of sympathy was struck M » meeting of what ie known as the Sin Francisco Independent Debating C!u^ held in a Email hall on Market *u.-«:t. Ht-re eighty-eight men and six women wire aEJwmbled and many o! them applauded when the tpi-ikera upheld anarchy and vilified tbe President of the L'nited States, tbe Constitution and the Bible. There were few, if any. Americans present.
Attempt Should be Held Treason [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
Attempt Should be Held Treason Indianar-olis (Ind.)— An atu-mpt upon the President's life should be treated as treason, says W. H. H. Miller. Attorney-General under President Harrison. ## In my Judgment." »ald Mr. Miller, "the attempted aKsaiuii nation of the President again sosgesU that In forming our criminal laws w© have paid too little attention to protection of the government. As a general rule the law takes no more account of an afiissult upon the President than up. a private citlren. "If. &amp;B&amp; B all good people hope, the President sball turvlve this attack. tbe offense, if the laws of New York |«rt» a* I iUppoc they nr&lt;\ \s tlmply [An asjtauU wtih Intmt lo commit murder, it tcemi to me they io to framed an to tnke Into m count tho Prttldent'i public chafaeterj in short, nn attempt lo t.iko the Mo of tho President should be darned tre:i* *on. and be pttnUhiKl accordingly."
MORE HONORS FOR DEWEY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
MORE HONORS FOR DEWEY To be Sent to England With Fine Flee! to Represent Ui at King Edward's Coronation Washington.— Following upon the, announcement made some time ago of. a plan In embryo at tho Navy De-| partment to send Admiral Dewey with a fine fleet to England to represent the United States navy at the exercises which will mark the corona- 1 tion of King Edward VII. a Hequen-j tial Kuggc-stion has been agitated in. naval circles by way of completing arrangements to have tho admiral on that occasion fly h!fc flag again above the Olympla. the ship which led hU fleet Into Manila Hay. The Olympla Is In excellent condition, and well adapted for the purpose. Stockton: Any change In the museum tbik week? Wills: Yes, the manager has dressed the "bearded lady" In male attire and labeled her a "genuine | Uoer.'WChlcago News.
IN THE OIL FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
IN THE OIL FIELDS ivrriow on Company win set thrn* rlßf» nt work on the Kern Hhor Deld to drill trn welll a* SOOQ nn p.mAlble. to mrot the *n*« * of oil recently mada on long-time contracts. Western t'nloit OH Company will build n I000«barrel tnnk on Its land near Sant.i Miirln to store the oil front It* wells. The oil l» laid to bo better than twenty gravity, nnd It \s but n nhort dUtaneo jfrom the raclflc Coast Railroad running t«» r«&gt;rt Hartford, and U but twt«l\e miles from the ocean, C. 11. Jennings has purchased of the Ocean View Oil Company lt« land | holdings In Ventura county and Mb complete Standard oil well rig with all machinery complete. The Ocean View Oil Company wan organised In Pomona, and after drilling ono dry hole concluded not to experiment further. Mr. Jennings nan also bought the Carey ranch In tho Chlno HUIh. adjoining the location of the present oil developments of the Chlno Land and Water Company. He tays he will commence drilling on that ground v...
Of Value to the Eaiterncr [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
Of Value to the Eaiterncr Oo Mr* arrlval^fronaHjLhe^Knst the visitor to Soutljern California nj^tA a numt&gt;er*of "sVprt^&amp;^^perbaps thefmot't Hnolabio*.l»&gt; r lbo* contrast of the seasons with those of the Kast. Initead of the perennial rains to which he was accustomed a' homo, he finds hlms?lf In a region where, from the end of May until October, there Is no rainfall, with now and then a mere trace — barely enough to show that Jupiter Pluvlus Is not entirely forgetful of his functions. Owing to this distribution of the rains. In deserblng a teason. two years Hkure. Thus we speak of th* 1 season of 1593-1900 i the RTOwins period ombrac- 1 Ing a part of two years. Ilia next surprise Is the genera! practice of Irrigation, especially la the cultivation of fn;t*. For this purpose the watrrs»j of rivers and streams ore used, such : as those of the Los Angeles, the San Gabriel, the Santa Ana. the Santa. Clara and other river*, the Arroyo Honda and other cour...
METHODS OF SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
METHODS OF SUICIDE. «nlllntt Hi) |r« n( t)tAtfO#llani "Tin' rctnarknblu tiifthodi seircfal iv!« ridi't ii:i\t- ailuptrd in Hits city recently i. ill Mttt-ntti'ii tv ttu* fm t tlini nictbodii of self destruction orw laritety tuattcra uf ittjttfestlon/' »*:»l«l n diK'tor. "Wbun i man uots hi timt cutulltloti nbcra ho uutitx to &lt;li«\ li.« bos licit* Invcnllvi) iblllty Dnc] ndopts ttie dicUicml thai hna been bruttgbl to his mind. You will u&gt;&gt;lice tli.it uftir olio person UtlU !.:n^. if with mid there follows n lon^ lint of n. i.l Stllclllcs. It U the tamo with !»!•&gt;" Unusual method. One |»ersoh sets up an orltftnal wuy, nnii that Inspires tbo QClt oiio tv try li!h linud until wo have* a whole fuTU-H «.f such grewsonio dot* pities. •*l havi» proved tliU theory. Several year* nzo 1 was (llscUßslns thin fi-nture n( itilcldc with cevornl friend s, Includ* Int; tin* coroner. Tiny rlillculed my theory. 1 offered t«» prove it It hnj»|m«:h"I that shoo...