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FILIPINOS BEST AMERICANS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

FILIPINOS BEST AMERICANS NINTH INFANTRY MEN ATTACKED AT BREAKFAST Nearly Half Ihe Survivors Ar< Wounded and the Store*. Ammunition and Rillct Arc Lo»t Two Dozen Soldiers Eicjpc Manila, Sept. 20.— .» disastrous fight between United States troops and insurgents occurred ytatorday m the Inland of Samar. near Halangtga, A largo body of insurgents attacked Company C, Ninth Infantry, only twenty-four incint>cr<t o! the company escaping, All tho others aro reported t . have been killed. The company wiw at breakfast when attacked, nn. made .» determined reststancc, but the overwhelming num* b«»r of thf» insurßentu compdleil them to rctroit. Of tho sunrlyors who arrlvod at Ua*ey. eleven aro wounded. According to the latest returns t!i« v strength of tho company was seventytwo. Tho survivors Include Capt. Thomas W. Connell. First Lieut Edward A. ilumpus and Dr. It. S. Grlswold, Rurßoon. Capt. Kdwin Ilookmlllcr of the Ninth Infantry, reports that Gen. Hughes is...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Pour Mexican Brigands Kilted [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Pour Mexican Brigands Kilted Pueblo, Mexico.— Brigands obtained entrance to the Hacienda do \m Joya, in thin state, while the workmen were absent and nhot Sonor I-fi«tf rl. owner of iiio fAnce. l..tsr»Tl fired nt the band* it-i and kill'-d his awsnllunt. I,a*>terl was then wounded by a machete, but continued firing when lilb son came to the rescue and Hhot nnd killed four of tbo robbers. The* band then fled.

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New Law* Needed [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

New Law* Needed Trenton. N. J.— Tho Republican State convention nominated Franklin Murphy for governor. Tho platform adopted ;-.i\>: "The blow which ended tho life of our president wa*» cruel, Inbqman nnd lawless. It wa» aimed, not nt tho gentle and loving McKlnley. but at tho re- public nnd the mnjeaty of tho law. which nunrnntrMMi liberty of person and n.tfety of property. Any doctrine) which jufttlftcit ( r encourage* .»-. .. 'ln. »!!••:> In utterly 'hottllo to civilization and tbo welfare of mankind and must bo no I <n»;«-r tolerated In this country, and wo demand ami Innlut that laws. Btatfl nnd national, be enacted for the offfHjtlve suppression of such teachings."

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Novel Bull Pi^ht [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Novel Bull Pi^ht Paris.—- A dispatch from llayoune to 1 tho Figaro describes n bull finht that 'occurred thcro, in which an automobile I replaced tho horse of the picador. The novely drow an enormous crowd, but seven hulls In succession turned tali and tied at tho nk-ht of tbo automobile. M. Henri Doutsch of the Paris Aero club, who established tbo prlxe for a ■tcerable balloon, which M. Santos [Dumont, the Brazilian aeronaut, made Mich a valiant effort to win. furnished | th«» automobile and presided over the fight.

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Wcitirn Trip of Roos.velt [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Wcitirn Trip of Roos.velt Washington. — President Roosevelt probably will make an exten le i vlsli to th« Pacific c«>.isl next year. The President has spoken of his Intention to several of his friends, among them H. W. Scott of the Portland Oregonlan and S. A. Perkins of the Tarorna Lodger. It Is proposed that the President shall visit Washington and Oregon first, then going to California nnd returning through the central western or southern state b. The President has never visited the 'Pacific slope. Work on the Oro Kino u.ln«\ near Bscondldo, has been suspended. The Penh Gold Mining Company Is shipping two carloads of concentrates from the Mini hole regularly every week". They are turning out twelve tons of clean concentrates dally, the value of which Is nearly $100 a ton. — I'rescott Prospect. Some forty-five new names have been added to the list of membership in the Southwest Miners' Association during the past few days, all from among the mines. The association Is il...

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New Counterfeit Bill [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

New Counterfeit Bill Washington:— The treasury department has issued a warning that a new counternVit {.'» Hllver certificate U In circulation. It la of the serloa of 1S91». check letter H. plate number 37. and bears the portrait of Indian Chief "Onepapa." The counterfeit is prlntou from photo-etched plates of fair workmanship on good quality jwiper. bearing lines In Imitation of the Bilk fibre of the genuine.

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INSPECT SOLDIERS' HOME [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

INSPECT SOLDIERS' HOME Board of National Managers Will Con- tinue the Canteen Milwaukee.— -The annual tour of Inspection of the board of managers of tho National Soldiers' homes was completed loat Saturday with tho Inspection of tho national homo in this city. General McMnhon and lilh fellow members left for their ioveral homes tonight General McMahon, speaking for tho hoard, ha Id: "The board has decided to maintain CX&ntcentfl nt all the horn oh for tho good and sufficient reason that experience h.'ui taught US that It Im better for the veteran and for tho people In tho community In which tho homes are located. Tho canteens are properly conducted at these soldiers' homes and tin 1 re&ult is thai tho veterans do not squander their money in cheap saloons, nor do they drink too much. What is more, I do not beJlevo any pressuro will bo brought to bear on us In favor of nbolltlon of the canteen."

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Compliments American* [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Compliments American* !>ondon. — General (Jasoloo, who wan commander of tho iirliish forces in China, In an Interview regarding the International troops In China, said tho Arnerlcatih were especially well equipped with hosplUils nnd comtnls-M.-irl.it. and spared no expense in making tho troopit comfortable.

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AN IMPORTANT EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

AN IMPORTANT EVENT IN Till PROGRI SS OP THE IMPERIAL COUNTRY Public Worship Inaugurated Services at the New Christian Church Last Sunday TIIK I '.»» tor, Rev. John C. Hay, ;ir. rived on time and intercHting service* were held morning and evening. Intelligent and attentive audience* greeted the speaker. The subject of the opening di*cour*e was GOD'S FA KM Text 1 Cor. Ill: 9. "Ye arc God'i husbandry.* 1 The marginal reading-— "tilled land*." The following i* in part what Mr. Hay *aid: In our text the apostle is addressing the Church of God at Corinth. He liken* the congregation to a cultivated field under the direct care of God. Paul, Apollon, Peter and other preacher* and teacher* in thechurche*. wore <tod'» ncrvantn, working under <mml for the cultivating of Hi* field* Hi* congregations. The members of the Corinthian church were magnifying the |>art* performed by their favorite preachers. Paul rebuke* their wrong and remind* them that they *hould glo...

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Forest Liea Selection [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Forest Liea Selection United State-. Land Office Lob Angele*. Cat., September 24, I**>l Notice it hereby given that A. 11. Heber, whotc post office addre*» U 224 Stowed Block, Los Angeles, California, has made application toselect, nnder the Act of June 4th. 1877 (JO Stats. 36) the following described tract, to-wit: The S. S of the S.E. 'i of Section 34, and the S. li of the S-W. }i of Section 35. Twp. 16 S., R. 13 E.. S. 11. M.. containing lu) acres. Within the next thirty dars from date of the first publication hereof, protests or contests against the selection, on the ground that the land described, or my portion thereof, is more raluable for its mineral* than for agricultural purposes, will be received and noted for report to the Commissioner of the General Land Office A. J. CKOOKSIIANK, Register.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

ILeroy Holtl iff Imperial, California, Jff iff Hi & Dealer in $£ | General j | Merc Han disc | m * # x y< See us when you want to buy anything jf? rjj Before placing your next order 3* Sl\ "7* T*** '■TV*T\ *1\ r^\ iT\ *T\ *f\ tT^7l\ *f\ Tff *7\ *1\ *1\ ri\ I tS?i Coming this way? 8 % %\\ \ t Zhtnyou an interested 3$ 0 ?♦♦'♦+? in knowing how to reach |j| i™ E Imperial Settlement, 1 | '"' New River Country | g Take the S. P. train » H to Flowing We 115.... s At this point you first class accommodations at the McCAUL- % LEY HOUSE. G. \V. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular tt 2s sta^e line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at In xsj 7:30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- «£ ing days. g Srs Special teams and rif^s are also kept in readiness for any other day, £V( Ss| and \s-ill take you to any part of the country. >$X fe 5 The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil tlilds west of Flowing yA £9 Wells...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Imperia 1 Telephone Company W. E HOLT Manager. Offices at — — — Imperial, Cameron, Flowing Wells and Iris* Messages sent to, or received from, any part of the world. TELEPHONES FOR RENT

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Croor Ulacd. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Croor Ulacd. In I-oke M:ni;tJo::»n. Mien< i *oJa. tb^rt 1« a p!ctnivw|uc X!;::.*! «rhich taken its name frcm the fait ilat U 1* un!ohaliitod !»r iiwn n:s<! cir«i orr»- .• » ihe tmup«. t',riu*~3tU;i,* I -2«k tLr««- liSrd* i t2<^ i»i«- 1 i:j«i.:» »!<:« ♦i«»i icr a ftnniOMrr nx>rt. A» ilcuirj" nvni oa outl ihr *ur« » ix>ntidins l*!a'^«!< f •»; :;1:j:«-»I no man j LndiiLe !.••;:: 1 \o i!.»ii::!i :!:rru. unsil I vow «*r^:je :• ;tr. :;;,,! W.i froui t |ru*i«:s s ''i-i'> ~!* * ■■■••• «'f '•••* fcricslllet !

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(n-trij-Jflt I i.n.nlf.l. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

(n-trij-Jflt I i.n.nlf.l. In !i!.« \«lm;ie of ir:nlnl,*««M>.v-\ !Th< i>eiitr!riu«-* i f «;«t>h:#," Major l\md • (fill (be folloirtng »t«>ry of Clnra Ix>u•on «Mir nrrlvnl ot St. Paul, wMI« waiting in tlir* liot* 1 parlor* lo tn* a* ilgncil To our rooms, William, «>ur piano | tutnT. rame to m o. with ti\ir* running down tils fflc*. lie wn* lo deep dl»- ? try*». 110 must l».no tli nt 0tlC« nml \ fo (tacts tvi NVw York. I 111 brother bad dw>i. Mlm Ketfomr, *«*fn« the poor frllotr, ImnmllaUljr cumia to lii« r»li«*f. | •What li U. WllUumf *hv a*l^\. 'Mjf j brother i« ilra.l. 1 mv;*t no bomc. 1 , •winn »!!.! be 'die? n;*k«>l Mi^t Kelloffg« i did not Xt t tt»«' iellcr until J»^t «> i>w « | it liai tKvn fortrarxicd from Ooiaba.| He baa U^'ti burlcil two week*/ "Ml*.* Krllccj: tri^i to pfretiatie l»itu . tli.nt be could Ik* of no assistance la i bnirjlnit hown now. that in ...

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!tonr Old (irorcU Sopfnlllloni. j] [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

!tonr Old (irorcU Sopf nlllloni. j] Here 15 a ct-ntrU»ullon lo the *\ux\*} of. folklore gOs*!p as beanl amons thf Gi-onrUi crackers. It Is a survival of tbe old English «up<Tstlt!ous: When It Is ebb title, the Rllta In a < cat's eyes arv horizontal; when It Is Cood tide, they are vertical. Kill a fro?, and It will ralo banl for three day*. If a cock walks In at the «!oor, turns around and crows, he announces a death In tbe family. Potatoes will cot thrive unless they nro planted In the dark of the moon, ami a cblM born j at ike full of the moon will be a boy. If you open an umbrella In a house, tbe only porscn present will di^. and j tbe same thins will happen If you hang j a ccat or hat on a doorknob or a dsorbelL It Is not wise to sot a hen tiurlng. a certain part of August, because the life of the worlJ Is at Its lowest then. If ;wo persons going baud In hand, meet an obstacle which divides them. j tbe one on the left will £o to hell aod t tbe one on the ri^...

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% I.llllr- Knonlrilcr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

% I.llllr- Knonlrilcr. A ima'l l*cj n»-m (o *<•«• hi>» crandinotb#r. Aftrr looVins ragrrlj round the hAti<l**>v.:*'ly ftirnt>boil r^>m where «be ♦ at. !><• citlainji-d inrjuirinffly: "Ob. ?rnn']n?ar:ir:ia. rbere it tbe rniwr able tal»!c* papa sajr* you L*'-[>?"- Fun. Qrj*«r«-taro. Mexico, ha* n claim to inleresi in l^ins Ibe place where tb»- Mexican rat i6***l Ibe trt-nty with th* I'nitt-d Stalr«, i:« IM\ !y nrblcli Mfitlro cn.'r.l all !f;«* iprriturj nortb aod i*cst of t..< lll'j GraoUr. 4 I !•!• nrtil f.lr-ird itOTf, One oftrruoon I lUou^Ut I would go down itie rlfer ur:d troll. 1 had on my book a live minnow urn) lv a Illtlo n !.!!<• !:ad a strike, and I hooked my Cn»t Qsh. which itccmed to bo quite a large one I jvi^U^l biro where I could «<*c liitn nnd found It was a large plko £* or W Incbcs lou^'. I pulled hi en up to t«y boat, but when -I lifted...

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WASHDAY WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

WASHDAY WISDOM. A trrjr hot ln»n nbOtiM neter Ik» tJSf^l for flannels «r woolens. Callcoe*, i ■ s ■.*' .«!•:•« mul chlnttei •bould !•«' ln>tu«l «>n tin* « n»nc »Ulo. Clothenllneti nw made mucb mow duraMr by holltng fi<r ten tntuutea be* ft u> ilm y nre UHHI. Table Cut n nbotild be Irone*! when quite drttup mul Irotutl with a vcrj hot n:nl rcrj brtiry irxm. ln»ns slinuld not be nllowwl to l»%cnuw r«tlhot. nn they will neter retain tbe bent |»n>i>«rly ofterwnrd. Khib'roldcrU** should !»»• Ironeti on t\ t!tln. i«n!ci)t!t nirfnre orrr thick flannel ami only <»n the wrong *M.\ I.lnrn mny In* inmU* henutlfnlly white !.y the v.fv t( n little r«:itn«l boms In ttu* water i! % ..«tiatl of using n wanhlng (lulil. \Va?li f:'.!r\-; t!:nt ;'.:«• Inclined t'» f::«: • »!:ci!!«l !•*• soaked end rill** •! In rery nalt water, t • net ti»* tutor, before wa-<h!::fl; Jn t'.i* mnl,<«. S!l!a:i fa'; :!»••'. cv...

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I'nlil • HaiMirf. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

I'nlil • HaiMirf. AdHlni I'iittl. Hi*? ctiiit nlUKvr. on «>r»r of h« r tuiirx «>( l.uruiH* u;i» iltu* ni Uiii-iinrt'>t mi 11 writ! ln ilntf Uwliitf lo lUilriariit u»:uh««r. howi*v»'r. iiiailaim 1 •!*•« liitfd to I'iitlu'i- from Vlontm. nml tt.i- |»jt)r iiifinn^i-r ivi'iii lusirly tlUtnict••tl A* Hturiiiins hml nut ibe ullgliti's't i*ffifl 0:1 lirr «Tri*iH' hlshn«*«n lh»« innua£iT m! i»n \v',is to woik. Sotin nfti'p r. :::il ;t tt'lcpraiti nrrlvnl from Hucbu-n->t. hinting Hint a hrllllniitt Ucptitotlop yf Coutiutiilnti uotili*M. «;:ti a lort'liHght ;iriM I. •»>!,, n itnd iiiilttury tiaiiil. vvxm to ri't-i'lvi 1 i!u* illvn II 4- u.rv.i^f "::•< :?:iu'li<! to Mi:it*. I'nttl, who «:«•* « •:»• cliiintitl. :»t:.l ni tiiu-%' inn ilr rrmly to ?*:;irl (»n nrrlvnl. thr Iminl playttl flO'J tat« t<»:t lit> I'.artHl. itud iiinihiuitf was put l:i il««- i»."i <»r Kplritj* l«y l««lu^ v*corti...

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C nnilld Mnrlr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

C nnilld Mnrlr. Miss Kldrrlj <nrrancinK flowers and singing cayly)— How do you like my voice. Marie? Mario tfllHoß rnscs)— It «» pleasant t» know you feel like *lnj;jni;, u.tdaru.— Harper's Bazar. If people tvrn« bound m silence ur^n nil xnhject* *>f whkh ihry am Ignorant, (x\l..".r a i«:s<l«l«'!» nml all prernHins hu^ri I ili'rri* ivonlrl I^' ni linir^!— Ch|c*otf«« N«-ni.

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