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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

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Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

This eignnturo h on every box v! the genuia* Laxative Bromo*Quinine Tablets the rfc»o<W that rtirt*a » rol«l t«» «m» «l»y New York Kitchen CTPEN Los An K eles » Cal - nightJJJEW^ MANAGEMENT First St., Bet. Main and Spring H. T. BLAKE, Prop. PATENTS PROCURED JS; an«l satis factory service. Attorney's fee hot payable till patent granted. Try Us. Tuber & Whitman Co., 38-40 Warder Bltlg*, Washington; D. C. $3.00 to $5.00 per day Easily made for tho next 00 days selling an attractive line of Holiday goods, For full particulars send minus and address to Albert Despres, Star Bldg., Chicago, 111.

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THOSE PHEASANTS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

THOSE PHEASANTS IT will not l»e U»ng now t»efor tho*e Mougviliau phea*aut* trill be turned loo*e in the button) lauds along the Colorado river adjacent to Needle*. They will t>e protected by law until they arc properly localized audliecome so abundant that there will be no danger of extinction by gunners. The Indians arc fully aware uf the penalty attached to the violation of the pro tec* ing ordinance, and no trouble need be anticipated in their direction. The pheasants are acknowledged the finest game turd in this country, and one which furnisher the hunter all the ■•sport** he may desire, and it will require a gin*! j»hot to »top a grown bird in his swift flight. About five yearn ago the California ti*h commission introduced seven pair* of Mongolian pheasants into the I.«>-» O*o* country iv San Luis Obispo county. From reliable reports received, it appears that the birds have dune very well and there in every prospect that they will take hold iv that country...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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THE LOST EDEN IS FOUND [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

THE LOST EDEN IS FOUND OX the Colorado River iVtta. San Diego county. California, says the Rural Califomian. ha* been found a stretch of land which iv richness uf soil and fertility *urpa%*e» all other localities offered by our government for settlement- taking into consider** tion the canal system which is now being rapidly completed, and water which i* available for Mrttler* in abundance at a remarkably low figure. Here i* an opportunity for a home seeker as no where else can be found in the United State*. Not alone grain but aI«H.» alfalfa can be grown to perfection on thi«» rcrgin soil. Six cutting-** of Alfalfa of the best quality in one season, which can be had, will more than pay the purchase price for the land and water. Corn grown on thi* land (as it only grew in day* pa»t in Egypt > would take the fir»t prize at any agricultural fair in the United States. The itnmeunc growth of sorghum which i* consider* the best feed for cattle, make* this a paradiv? for the ca...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

ZKerckboff'Cuzner 1 | mil & Lumber (& 1 i i 0 WHOUSALr ..0 . M|W|PCP ° o^, 8 NO5 BAeiM f 0 RETAIL DEALERS IN L.WIVILJL.I I ... MILL WORK £) I YARDS AT ban pedro. wnoiiiui Main Office Cor. Alameda 6c Macy Sts w LOB ANQILIS. MAIN OrriCt j£± POMONA. PAOAOENA. . i\a.ir^r-t r- rx f\ *. • "r^ lamanoa. a/usa. covina. LOS MNGtLEo, UAL. *& 0 0 | Freight of all Kinds $ I Handled With Care I ■$* ■* * If you arc coming to the Imperial country you will >L T* find it to your advantage to consign you freight to *T 4 Wesley Patton, {\ % who has first-class rit^s for handling anything from a -J^ box of groceries to a . steam engine. And if Patton * • *? handles your floods you will know they arc handled »• right side uj» with care. «J* If you have any land to be put in cultivation or crops *j* *? to be harvested, he will look after that too. "*"* :&- Imperial, Cah Imperial Press, PRICE $1.50 A YEAR The only means by which the news of actual ...

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FOR OUR RURAL READERS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

FOR OUR RURAL READERS A FCW ITEMS THAT WILL INTEREST PfcOPU! ON THE FARM Southern California Ffult frcHingt's Y<irly Kcvicw -The Farmers and the Sinkers— Lye Dipping - Resisting a • Mold Up" - Minor Farm Notes. San I>i«go'H grain yield Im estimated at 350.0)0 HackH. The Southern California honey crop In estimated at L'oou tons. Chicago Is said to be on the verge of a potato famine. Tho Conejo district of Ventura county will yield 200,000 sacks of grain thlH reason. A Red lands man Is drying oranges for fuel — he nay» they make a quick Intense heat and but little dirt or ashes. He mu*t be one of tho«e growers who failed to Join the Exchange. President J. W. Hall of the Hop Growers' Association tells the Sonoma County Farmer that the yield of hops for Sonoma county will be 12.000 to H.OOO bales, against 9000 last year and IS.OOO tho year before. Mendocino county will have 1.400.000 pounds of dried hops. In the current Issue of the Beet Sugar Gazette we notice the...

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Cuban Coffee Planters [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

Cuban Coffee Planters Washington.— ln order to Insure the protection of Cuban coffee planters ngalnst the importation of Brazilian coffee through t.io United States and Porto Rl?o. nn order will be promulgated by the War Department providing a duty on coffee going into Cuba sufficient to prevent such Importation?. Some time uso the Importation of Porto Rica a coffee Into Cuba was a!lowed In tie interests of the I'orto (I lean growers, but some fear is expressed that Cuban Interests will suffor by the indirect Importation of coffee from South America.

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AGUINALDO'S GUARD SURRENDERS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

AGUINALDO'S GUARD SURRENDERS Thiy Take the Oath Of Allegiance and are Rtlcated Mnnila.— Agulnaldn'A bodyguard, M.iJor Alhatnbra, two captains, two lletitenants and twrnty-nln^ m^n wlfu twenty-eight rifles, surrendered about forty mile* north of Il.ilor, Inland of Luzon, to Captain George helrhandy of the TVwonty-Hrcond f'nlf^d Ht-atra Infantry and took the oath of allegiance and were released. After Alhambra kirlnapH the president of Ca.ilguran, S^ptemher 12, Captain Dclchandy and a rteta^hmont pursued him Closely until he would have been raptured within an hour if ho had not surrendered. Captain Delchandy reported that he recovered part of the body of Denzell George Arthur Venvllle, the ill-fated apprentice of the United States Gunboat York town, who was one of Lieutenant fJilmore's party when that officer was captured by the Filipino3 in April. \Vj r j. The remains will be forwarded to Manila for shipment home. Since Aguinaldo left General MacArthur's house for his present place o...

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Most Again Arrested [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

Most Again Arrested New York. — Johann Most, the anarchist was arrested tonight while haranguing a crowd of 500 people in a , dance hall back of a saloon in Corona I Long Island. Captain Hardy and five , plain clothes men had entered the hall • quietly before their presence was sus- ,; pected. Most was on the stand at the far end of the hall declaiming loudly. The police did not intend to act immediately, but to wait and hear some oi the proceedings. They were recognized, however, and the cry of warning was raised. The call caused many to make a break for the doors and there was a lively scene. Captain Hrdy kept his eye on the group of men into which Most been seen to step. When the police were close upon Most, some of the group about the leader attempted resls- | tance. and one or two of those about | Most went down with blood flowing from scalp wounds, and others gave j way so that Captain Hardy got /hold of Most. The police seized a lote of papers and a red flag which was display...

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Quick Woik [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

Quick Woik Nebraska City. Neb.. Sept. 21.— Hall Frampton, a negro who murdered his stepdaughter. February 17. today was arraigned. Indicted, tried and sentenced to life imprisonment in th State prison in less than thirty minutes. Frampton, after an altercation with his stepdaughter, unloaded the contents of a shotgun into her body and then beat out her brains with the butt of the gun.

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Cloudburst Damage* Railroad [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

Cloudburst Damage* Railroad Tucson, Ariz. Sept. 21.— Cloudburst on the line of the Guaymaa branch or the Southern Pacific has washed away nearly a mile of track below Hermo81110, Sonoru. Traffic will be delayed a week.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

? Jf^ft^^^r^ Hi Hi H: Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi |) Hi Hi Hi Hi H' Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi H' Hi I D O V O U fc |{ W A N T A ji p ? I RANCH W || |» On Government Land in Southern California j£« &£j« Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. ff«£j vj% The Home for Cattle and Hers. \j^> I Jl'C i *j \ fe^»- rC * 5 5^' )l^ ~i- ! " : PPMUELhB !^yPTK^~Tr^^A \*,"^'4?^ i. ' ■ ■■ •■ w- <*j4V '■>*>«■ *'^ jj***'^'-' l^ *•: '■ •■■■ " ""*• -■■"■*•>■■■ „ % ■ ' "■ : " • ■■*- >: ■■■-■'■,• >■. x. ■'--■-■. - i :-- v .. "■ -^v 1v 1 i.-- :> .■>..■■■-; -'- v j^* I r^ I Here is the Water! % \ Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not ht lower if the irrigation system Afc: A^ j were built by the government jfe i CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS , v£ *%\ ____— — _^ — ———————————————————————— __— sj^ FIRST— The Imj>erial Canal System is the largest in ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Imperial Press. "Wattr Is King— fan is Its Kingdom." VOL. I. IMPERIAL, CAL, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1901. NO. 25.

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The Country 'Round [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

The Country 'Round Summary of the week's happenings P. Barnes was here Tuesday J. B. Hoffman was here from Cameron Thursday. J. E. Evans has our thanks for cash on subscription. Mr. List of Ontario, was here several days recently. T. P. Banta has our thanks for a nice lot of cantaloupes. W. 11 . Anderson of Santa Ana, was in the valley few days ago. Mr. Robison of Verdugo, was looking over t; ~ valley Monday. George Curr of Covina was here Monday for the purpose of locating. W. K. VanUerpoel, ranching west of town, attended church here Sunday. George Manning of Phoenix, Arizona, is looking for a location in the valley. L. C. Vickrey is making good headway on the construction of his residence. I). 11. Chaplin, principal of San Diego public school, was in Imperial Sunday. A. N. Dike, of Rcdlands bought two business lots in Imperial the other day for $250. L. C. Vickrey bought 1M) acres of land a short distance east of Imperial last week. K. A. Slane went to Los Angeles Monday to close...

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PACIFIC COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A CONDtMLD REPORT OF THE WEEK'S HAPPENINGS Robbcn Captured by a Pouc of OUltru -Unknown Salaier Sjiado— Olive Pickling Plant -RourMiil Burned Ctrl. Jrns. a Nodding youth. in\e*tc*l |!7.r>u in Tciaa oil and hw rtveivcu |^2;>o in return. A big gusher W*J struck by tho company in mhlch ho put his money. While mixing lime U» mark out the diamond on a ball field at Martinet, Stephen Merlwrh. one of the player* through an accident, will prcbablo lew his eyeUgbt; The lime cxplo^lod In slaiiinj: and flew into hl» eye*. A i^n J«* company i* to operate a line of automobile* belve^a ihat city and suburban town*. Ten pxswnpor bus&«s, oac large towing machine. *ix dos-ado* and fix rural delivery wagon* will be in operation j-honly. The Orans? County Farmer** Insurance Company was organ lxed oxer thr« years ago l*p 13 Jane 30th of this year there have bwn written In all €TS poUclta, Tbe amount of insurance ia fared at thu date was The Olive Gr...

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The President .Hay Come [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

The President .Hay Come President Roosevelt will, it I* reparted, make a visit \o thi» Pacific t\u*t next year. He t:an never vinit.il this part of . c country. Mr. Roosevelt, although a neaaterner by birth. Is of the wo»: w»Mt'Cn t>y nature and In hi* sympathies, and thcr*» Is no man who could appreciate more the beauties, the resources and the vlvantageA of the Tacifl? coast. And the President must rest assured t'.nt nowhere would ht- b<» more cordUllv wf!ccnit-d than h^re. Th*» announced Intention of the President to crosw the continent on a vblt to hU constituency, a* did Mr. McKinley lK»fore him. is another substantial Indication that this section is a: last receiving th«» reeosnltlon to which It U ontltled.— l-os Angeles Herald.

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Urge Nugget Pound [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Urge Nugget Pound T^rt Towns*?nd. Wa*h.— -The steamship Senator has arrived from Nome bringing nearly s<» passengers and over half a million In treasure. The Senator sailed from Nome September 16. Out of a large number of passengers on the Senator aot one of them brought cut a& much anno) as they lock in. All speak In high terms of the country as a mining ROCtWU, but say that the laws are such th*: :t: t will be years before the country *i) x open up. They say ihat not one new cUU» has been opened In the vicinity of Nome this seai>on for the reason tint whcsn prospectors find pay digging some one comes along and claims It by right of prior location, and it is Ih.n tied up in court. The largest nugget ever found In the north was taken out of Anvil creek. September I*. It weighs ninc:/-*ev« n ounces and Is valued at $13J2.

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Orange Trcci Under Tents [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Orange Trcci Under Tents PhrK-nlx. Ariz.— A new icbeme has ?>een launched for increasing the acre2.4*- of oranges in the Salt River Valley belt, which already h becoming note'l for tbe production of early an I highly-flavored and colorc- 1 citrus fruit. Growing oranges under tents Is tbf experiment whlcn is now t>l?lni ? tried by several owners of orchards In Arizona, with excellent promise of in-portant results. Although in this se?ti'»n of Arizona there are grown Washington navel oranges that are the earliest and araon? the fim-st In the market of tM« country, bringin? on the eastern market 20 p*r cent. mr*re in price than thr* product of any other region in the United States. th«? Arizona Orange C.rowcra* Association, compoied of all the oranj;<.' cf Central Arizona, li laboring to pro iuce a m vre fup'-ricr and «arlier fruit. To that end E. W. Young, president of the aanoclatlon. and formerly a wealthy resident of ('.' i-airo. I* building over ea...

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