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COW PUNCHERS' FIERCE FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
COW PUNCHERS' FIERCE FIGHT J j None of the Combatants Remain Alive - Four Men are Killed Tucson (Ariz.)— Four cow-punchers who engaged in a gun fight at Antelope Pass in Graham county a few ■ days ago are dead, and one man who i witnessed the fight carries a bullet embedded in the bone of his heel. It was the most remarkable fight that ' has taken place for seme time in Arizona. Jesse Hoffman and his brother Hayden, who is known by the cowboys as "Push Wadley," were at their camp eating a watermelon, when Xavor Sanchez, a Mexican cowboy, approached them and grabbed a piece of the melon. This angered Jesse Hoffman, who knocked the Mexican down. Sanchez vowed vengeance, but said he did not care to fight with his fists. "You wait, I come and fight you," he said as he left. Sanchez went after his partner. Benito Canales, and the two men returned, well armed, to take up the fight of Sanchez. "When they got within fifty yards Jesse Hoffman told Sanchez that he had better stop there, but t...
Exportation of California Wine* [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
Exportation of California Wine* San Francisco.— The annual report* of the Southern Pacific and the Santa VA Rd!l road companies for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1001, concerning tho flhlpmoritu of wines and brandies out of Callfornfa by rail, show that tho exportation of hulk win™ for tho term mentioned aggregated 1 1,508,633 gallons, aa compared with 12,970,200 gallons In tho preceding fiscal year. Aji ugnfnAt tho falling off In tho movement of bulk wines la tho showIng made by wines in glass, which largely exceeded tho flgurea of 1000, the ratio being 50.000 cases during tho year ending Juno 30, 1001, as compared with 30.000 cases for tho preceding fiscal year. The shipments of California brandy by rail u&gt;r the iarae time were 4595 cases, against 2SOO cases In the preceding fiscal year. The exportation of bulk brandy also Indicate a gain. Tho figures are: For 1901, 856,031 gallons, and for 1900, 702,000 gallons. Adding the sea export to the foregoing rail shipments, ...
MIMES AND MINING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
MIMES AND MINING Two hundred pounds of ore re- . eelved by B. P. Lewis &amp; Co., brokers \ from the New Era Mining Company of Searchlight, Xev., shows free gold in nearly every piece of quartz. Most of it shows pure wire gold and they are most beautiful specimens. This company is opening up a fine property, the same adjoining the Quartette Company of Boston, Mass., which is now cleaning up about $40,000 per month. The machinery for the Blue Dick smelter, consisting of a forty-ton jacket, two gasoline engines, blower, etc., has been shipped and i 3i 3 expected to arrive in Frescott now any day, say s the Pheonix Republican. The Blue Dick has on the dumps 400 tons of ore, valued at $30 per ton, ready for treatment. The ground has been made ready for the placing of the machinery, and Superintendent Campbell will commence turning out bullion some time in September. The Yellow Pine Mining Company will begin extensive operations of its mines this month. Some of the largest ore ch...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901
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The Country 'Round [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
The Country 'Round Summary of the week's happenings J. B. Hoffman was up from Cameron Monday. Surveyor Hall was up from Cameron Sunday. Lee Armijo of Phoenix, is in the Imperial country. W. W. Mastcn was in Imperial on business Wednesday. Guy St. Clair was here from San Diego Sunday last. Mrs. Van Horn was in town Wednesday for supplies. C. H. Klctnhcn of Esoondido, has lieen looking over the valley. Mr. and Mrs. T. Strattou of Yuma, were in Imperial few days ago. Kenay Grcycl is having lumber hauled for the erection of a residence. J. L. Kutter returned from a business trip to Los Angeles last Saturday. George Lau ranee and Peter Larson were up from Blue lake Wednesday. C. C. Lame of Oxnard, has entered the employ of Dr. J. C. Blackington. G. W. Dcnney has been in the Imperial country several days from Kscondido. A. W. Ha thorn of San Diego, was in this section of the county first of this week. A. W. Johnson was here from Phoenix, Arizona, few days ago, looking for land. L. I«\ Has...
PROGRESS OF OUR RAILROAD [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
PROGRESS OF OUR RAILROAD ENGINEERS EMPLOYED AND ACTIVE WORK HAS BEGUN Activities in Railroad Matters Begin in Earnest in the Bay City. Surveyors Start ORATIFYING0 RATIFYING progrenH, »ay» the San Diego Union of the 14th, is being made by those having charge of the San Diego- Yuma railway project. When the fund of $50,000 was being raised, this paper had no hesitation in assuring the people of this city that as »oon as 540.000 were pledged, the task of making surveys and doing other preliminary work would be prosecuted vigorously andexpeditiously. The assertions then made are now shown to have been fully warranted. This first step was to secure a consulting engineer, who should possess not only skill], but a reputation that should be a guarantee to the world that the important work under his supervision would be performed in the best possible /manner. In securing the services of Mr. E. Hawgood, Manager Fergussou' has fully attained that end. The next requisite was a field engineer. F...
Trial of CtoUon [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
Trial of CtoUon Buffalo.— The Commercial wiys: Pistrkt Attorney Thomas IVnney ha." taken f^tcp» to htlnn Ixv n CtoUtOtt, the AftKiAnin of President McKmloy. to an immrHijatr trial for that crime. Should the murderer Inform the court that he ha.&lt;i no counsel and that he ha&gt; no means with which to employ one. tho court will be required to awipn an Attorney to defend the prisoner upon the trial of the Indictment for murder. Disrict Attorney IVnney I* perfectly confident that Csolgo** will be con\lcted of tho crime of murder In the first decree— that Is. that the crime was deliberate and premeditated—anil the penalty for which, under the laws of New York State, is death by electrocution. District Attorney IVnney will permit nf no delay, and the t!a&gt;tani axsA**in will lx» civen a speedy trial by a Jury.
Antrix Near Ex-ex^recn [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
Antrix Near Ex-ex^recn San Jow,— Eight head of cattle have died oa the ranch of John Haasier, near Kverprren of what County Veterinari.va K. A. Spencer pronounces anthrax, the dread cattle plajnie. Other cattle on the saae farm are ill. Dr. Spencer also expresses the opinion that GottHeb Hauler's death, which cccurre&lt;! las&gt;t Monday. »x&lt; not due to a tarantula bite as report^, but to anthrax, he havSaK skinned ft cowr. which had died of that Jis^aiw. for Its hide, and afterward SKUtcbed a swelling from aa insect bite.
FataJ Accident Occurs at Ontario [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
FataJ Accident Occurs at Ontario Ontario —Charles Maaß. who caxe here a!&gt;oyt tfce first cf the mDntb. in cjjarce of a repair cans of about two hundred men. wa» killed and a Mexican cf bis pta« s*ver?!y Injured by beine thrown frara the work train brinp.nff She workmen home. Wo He a'.tetnpiinß to walk along the flat care of their train. Foreman Maa? and the Mexican were pitched hfodlonp into a di:~b. the foreman b*:n? instantly killed and the workman so badly hurt as to l;s* a l&lt;*s. and po*gjbly bis life. Mr. Maiß leave* a wi&lt;Jow and lamily. Tire jwrfne whtn his wife paxed upon his dead body was pitiful and heart r^adinß.
Crizy Saake Reimcd [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
Crizy Saake Reimcd Gutbrie. O. T.— Crazy Snake, the Creek Indian, who le-d the rebellion last spring a&amp;ain&amp;t the isoverament. has been rek-a&amp;ed and is again inciting his people to throw off the white man's powt-r. He claims to have come recently from Washington, where he ascertained that tribal rights are to be restored to Indians. He !&amp; conducting sun dances and other such ceremonies in the interest of bis cause, and Is keeping bis tribe in a condition of unr&lt;*L
Boer Humor* [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
Boer Humor* Berlin.— Tbe Keinisb Westpbalan ZeJtung, in an article dealing with tbe South African situation, gays: "We hear that President Kruger. whose health is excellent, regards the Uurgber'b cause as homeless. He declares that t'ae IJo*«r8 do not desire the Intervention of the powers as only Great Hrltaln would get the benefit of Bucb Inervention." On tbc other hand several papers assert that the Boer delegates Id Europe have sent an official appeal to The Hsgue asking for arbitration.
"BIG BILL" BACKS A SICK MAN [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
"BIG BILL" BACKS A SICK MAN Three Whitecappcn Touch (he Uarth and Other* Pice Phoenix. Ariz.— A cuwpuncher made possible with hh big U-calloer gun a remarkable encounter with whltccapa near Clifton, on the San Francisco river, the other day. A committee of a dozen citizens, ceni posed of miners and bustnetis men from Clifton, after denouncing a man named John Drew for his Inhumanity toward blfl family. atarled out In pursuit of him. They located him on the river, surrounded by his family, and all were destitute. Drew had lost his appetite and did not care to work. The whltecappera armed themselves with a vicious looking whip and iuskod Drew why he did not properly support hla family. Drew replied that ho and his family were ill and penniless, and It wan Impossible to Improve their condition. He expostulated when they threatened to horsewhip him. ana at that Juncture, "nig Bill" Jenkins, a cowpuncher, rodo to the ncono and Inquired the meaning of tho trouble. ••They want me to work w...
Among the Railroads [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
Among the Railroads For well-known reasons exhibits of net e.irnln*s signify Httle In railwayeconomics. This will be true so lonic a* th&lt;- ranice of charge to operating expenses for maintenance shall extend from notorious "skinning" to double normal requirements, dross earnings, says the Railway Age; on tho other hand, tell an Intelligent story cf prosperity or of adversity. Hence thevalue of thf C.ronlcles exhibit of t.i&lt;» returns o th« railroads cf tho United States for tbe six months that end'nl on June 30. The aggregate embraces 181.000 miles cf line. Including a few thousand miles In Mexico and Canada, and on this mileage th&lt;» gross earnings of tbe half year amounted to $7iy.0)0.000. as against fM1.000.000 earned on 177.0(w miles In the tlrst six month* of IDOO. Tn.s gain, amounting to 10 per cent., has followed previous g.ilns. continuing without interruption silica IS!&gt;7. One-third of the second half year of 1901 Is now past, and a ...
International Yacht Race is Postponed [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
International Yacht Race is Postponed Now York.— On account of tho •loath of President McKinley the lntornntlonal ynoht race for the America's cup between Shamrock II and tho Columbia will bo postponed. Whether or not tho postponement will be for a fbw weeks or until next season has not yet boon decided. Tho matter 1h entirely In the hamla of tho challenge com ml t tee of tho Now York Yacht Club and will not be finally* decldod tin t tl a conference witn sir Thomas Llpton an&lt;r tho ownem of tho yacht 4. '/Didn't you toll me that you never expected to tou?h another drop of Intoxicating liquor?" nuked tho Judge.. "Well." answered tho horrlblo eximplo, "I might an well not hav&lt;« touched It. I swallowed It ro quick I never felt It."— -Washington Star.
ROOSEVELT TAKES THE OATH [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
ROOSEVELT TAKES THE OATH PROMISES TO CONTINUE PRESIDENT M'KINLEVS POLICIES Members of Cabinet Will Remain for Prmnt. No Senoui Effect In M*»K&lt;t» or Busintu Anticipated. i BUFFALO, Sept. 14.— The dore RvHvovcit. «ho toJay was tragically titrated lo the chief mailstracy o! :he American republic by Ike deati v! rrrsMcnt .NL-KinUy. entered this c t&gt; of mourning this afternoon aft&lt; r a remarkable and perilous Journey from the heart of the North Wood*, H«* had tx^n President, under the Constitutes and law of tho lanJ. *lr.ce the minute tat martyred Prcsll^n: ceased to lire. All the dutlei and power* of the office had devolved upon him. but ho wa* as powerless a» the humblest citizen to exercise one of them until be had complied with the constitutional provision requiring him to take the prestrib-ed cath to support and defend the Constitu..on and laws of the UniUd htau-s. He took that oat.i at 3:30 o'clock Saturday la the Horary cf the resleaced of Ansley »...