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

riTO P»rman«'ntlr Curvd. No nt* or n«r*ou«n.;ii rI I O after llnl.Ujr 1 - ii»»«»f l>r. Kliii/iOn^t Nerv« ItMtorvr. S*n.« FK X X *J.OO irUl Urtily »a«l tw»». U«. D*. lLU.Kuxs,Lta.. *Jl Arch Su. PtiiUdolptiU. I' *• ifj CUHtS WHtHiTAII Uslt AILS. .TiM L 3 Uvat CougU Bjrup. Tutctf Good. U»O g| fvi In tlmß. &*>Ul br^"fK*** 1 *- JyL

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901

Ip DO YOU if^ i i| WANTA Jrl ;| RANCH P* On Government Land in Southern California # || ?r!3i Good for Alfalfa. Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. Bs|j The Home for Cattle and Hogs. W& I I II V^^^^^i^^^^'^^^^-^S^^^^^^^j^^j^^? BwP^jC2slJ - " : ' ■ ■ "'+ ■ ■**" "" "■ ■ -^ :■. ■ ■■„■■" ■■■^x-.-.-y.^ .•■ „. , :...,-.■.,. .. ;■ ...,■. . ... . .^^.^ ■^j-*Vi**** * ■^■■'•A */ ' " ' *' ♦ I } I Here is the Water! I |v£ Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not bs lower if the irrigation system vL were built by the government CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS i }fc FIRST The Imperial Canal System is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better 7R 9fc land than can be found elsewhere on this continent in one body and under one system. 3j? Mf SECOND— The soil is" the most fertile— more so than the soil of the celebrated Nile Valley, which has been success- 3j£ ~Sfc fully cropped for thousands of years. 3jv THIRD— The ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Imperial Press. "Water Is Hlng-fyere Is Us Kingdom.'* VOL. I. NO. 25. IMPERIAL, CAL., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1901.

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The Country 'Round [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

The Country 'Round Summary of the week's happenings 11. M. Dtain and family of Hcnict, hjkmjl several day* here taut week. H.C. Oakley returned from a bunincM trip to la»h Angelcnlant Saturday. 1,. E. Palmer, of \*>* Angeles, arrived here Tuesday, and will probably locate in the valley. Jacob First and faily reached here few day* ago from Phoenix, Arizona. and expect to make their home in the valley. J. Khampaign wan here Saturday and Sunday from Moneta. He selected a piece of land in the valley near Imperial. W. \V. Mastcn came in Sunday from bin construction camp, and reported work work progressing very nicely, ami that he is all the time adding more teams and men to his force. Mr*. L. C. Vickrey. who has been stopping in !<<>* Angeles f*»r several weeks, joined her husband here Monday, and they are now established in their new Imperial residence. L. 11. Shapard, «»f Union City. Tennessee, arrived here Tuesday. Mr. Shapard sees a great c...

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PACIFIC COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A CONDENSED REPORT OF TMF WEEKS HAPPENINGS The San Prancuco Strike Th« Stumboat Trmt- "H<lio" 0;t!» Ktpt Busy— A Million in Gold Chncsc Entiu* San Diego connty ha* a pr.i:a crrp this year «"f 50.000 ton.*. Three thousand black bass are to be planted in tbo «*tor, ol San i««qiiiii county. The nuke and DuchCiJi of Corny!!, arc receiving a W*l welcome lalho,r ; tmreU through Ue Canadian rrorinccs. Uunrr ba*. it that an attempt i* be-) '.1 the e^panlea in the northern r^rt <>•"*; SttU owning and operating river steamboats. Minrs at Nanalmo. B.C Jj catch on nre and ?cw|ve men lo«e their live n a ?ain attempt to subdue the Barnes a - tcr all the miners had esrapeJ froru^ the workings. X, a result of the San Francisco strike being declared off some fourteen himdrcd cars have been released a ; San Jom*. and are now employed In moving t^e grain crop. A Chinaraan appeared at a back Ja Grass Valley and offered for sale what purport^ to be a ...

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Offica! Report on AUjKi [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Offica! Report on AUjKi Lieut J. V Cant well, for three year* In the revenue^cuttcr «« % r\!r«' it» Alas* K'Hi waters, $* preparing his report for the Treasury Department. He Is warm In his praUes of the entire Alaskan district. He will report In addition to the pre.it quantities of gold. :h.it copper and coal tuny be found to a very considerable extent. Lieut. Cantwell has perfected a :!!ot chart o( the Yukon.

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Siilori Want Their Beer [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Siilori Want Their Beer Prom San Pi *£<* om* l^ t'^e report of t:>e steamer laqm loslnu its crew ecause the captain poured Into the bay a quantity of Dfcr f>r which th»^ -.iHor* had sent ashore. Ine men j oblieer! t^ leiv- ab nt §12 each r. wages behind them.

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[Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

\nother Railroad Factor A r< "i s which .therto !:r*s attracted :?:? 'i-i^ attention Is the California in.'. East*rn. hiving its southern ■•>r::n:ri . at lUnke. a few miles beyond Vecdlfs !t runs up into the mounalns. ttpplng a rich mineral section. Seme twenty miles additional track < nor,- !,t;iu laid, and as the road ■ . very nearly, if not quite In the ntb oftha S.ii: Lake Road and the Oregon Short Line, thi* little road mS v prove a factor of no mean pro- - ►rtioas in th*» r.iiir>:vi world ere lon§. despite the fact t t :at v.« rela-j liens :.T'* n :.w very intimate with the Santa Fe.

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Southern Pacific Presidency [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Southern Pacific Presidency All conjecture as to the Presidency of the Southern Pacific Company haft been settled by the offlcial announcement that E. H. Harriman has decided to appoint himself to the :-lace made vacant by the retirement of CbarKss M. Hay?. The question of the active management of the company is settled as evidenced by the issuance of trie following circular: Southern Pacific Company. Office of President. NEW YORK. Oct. 1, 1301. J. Kruttschnltt Is hereby appointed assistant to the president with such powers and duties. In addition to thos" pertaining to his present otttce of fourth vice-president and general manager, as may be prescribed from time to time. All officers heretofore reporting to the president will hereafter report to him. Mr. Kruttscbnitt now has the tit!" of "assistant to the president." in addition to his other titles or fourth-vlce-presldent and general manager, and upon him has devolved most of tne authority and responsibility relinquished by Mr. H...

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National Finances Booming [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

National Finances Booming Secretary of the Treasury fJag«\ In an informal Interview, shows that the financial condition of the government 1* most gratifying. The expenditures for the past three months have been less than the revenues by $13,000,000. Ob against a difference of only f.i.000.000 for the corresponding: months last year.

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President Rorjevelt'* Salary [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

President Rorjevelt'* Salary President Roosevelt ha* received, from the Treasury Department bin first pay as President. Hlh t heck for seven-! teen day* of September was $:'200.7H.» The balance of the September Presidential salary, amounting to lISSG.HH.J will be paid to the estate of President McKlnley. I

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Bond Buying Discontinued [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Bond Buying Discontinued Tho Treasury Department having purchased the f 20.000.009 worth of bonds which Secretary CJage decided to redeem or buy In, further purcha*es ( jtlllJioLJMLjaade at present.

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THE PHILIPPINES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

THE PHILIPPINES THL MNTM INFANTRY KILItO 140 NATIVES Secret StxUtio Active — Consreuman Kahn on Sell-Government - President Announce! Policy. Co. ('. Ninth Infantry, which mot with ttic serious \ot>» of forty enlisted mctl and three Officers killed la.st week on the Island of Samar in a battle with Phlllpplnos, made the enemy p.»> dourly fur the victory, for out "f W> bolomcn who attacked the troops. no ur.- reported killed. Gen. Hushes has gone to the scene of the disaster and will personally direct operations. The Katlpunan Society, one of tho Philippine secret societies, has been discovered to be htlll very active. A forced collection is being made from the natives In the province of Tarl.ic. It even effecting the native constabulary. The object of the society Is the extermination of all the white*. As a result of recent activity on the port of the PblUpplnos still In arms. President Roosevelt, has positively announced that vigorous measures will ...

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Missionary MilJ lor Kanum [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Missionary MilJ lor Kanum itititi iidos «»f the Bulgarian Turklab frontier are now cloAcly blockaded by masses of troops, Tho capture of Miss Stone by brigands In n rocky «U«nie between Mahomula nnd Diutnaya, hart compelled tho Turkish government to dispatch four infantry battalions from Scrrcs and Uxumayn t«» tho Frontier, near tho D^put rfitigo, in ortier to truce tho whereabouts *»r tho brigands. Miss stum* kent two letters to the mission at Batnakoy, wherein sho bo*;* that the robbers be n<»t pursuod, for when they are hunted they drag her from place t<» place. a* a consequence of interminable marches, Mb* Stono writes sh«» \n s> fattKued as to be unablo to walk longer. it \b mated that the brigands demand n ransom e »f 25.000 pounds, and that the Central Mission In Washington has directed tho payment of the amount.

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FROM THE ROUND WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

FROM THE ROUND WORLD A Compendium of Pasting EventJ Culled from the World's News. A combination of the load Interests of the country seems Imminent. Admiral Sampson has surrendered command of the Boston navy yard. His successor Is Rear-Admiral Mortimer L. Johnson. Orders will be Issued soon by Llcut;-j Gen. Miles to provide for .the addition of ten companies of coast artillery. \ head-on collision of two freight trains near Bridgeport cesulta In killing of three men and seriously Injuring two others. Gov. Dole presented his first annual report from tfie Territory of Hawaii. It is rumored, and also contradicted. that the Govenor will fchortly resign hl.s position on account of 111 health. It I* reported that 200.000 people In tho Chinese province of Shan-Si are doomed to die of starvation. The Governor Of Indiana has been asked by Kentucklana for n requisition for the return of \V. S. Taylor and Charles Flnley of Cfoebel murder no-, toriety. The request was refused. Twenty thousand S...

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La»t Public Tribute [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

La»t Public Tribute The sons and daughters of the late President McKlnley's native state of Ohio Republican Association, but was Ington, paid a la*t public tribute to the memory cf their former Congressman, Governor and President In n largely-attended meeting at Chaae'a Operahoufto Sunday. Tho gathering was held under the auspices of the Ohio Republican Association, but wan not confined to Ohtoans. About thr*'*thousand people wire present. The decorations were appropriate to the occasion. The Marine Maiul furnished the music, and wan stationed on t!.»: stage directly under a large portrait 6t President McKlnley. whlcn was arap^a In graceful fold.-* of black, the whole surrounded by an Immense .\m«v.can Hag. The meeting was presided over by Col. J. H. Brlgham, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture. The .speeches were full of expressions of love and honor far the memory of the dead President, and dwelt on the virtues and qualities that had endeared him to the people. Several of the speak...

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A New Canal Treaty [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

A New Canal Treaty Walter Welltnan Is authority for the statement that the United States and (Jreat Britain have reached an agreement concerning the Isthmian Canal question, and that a treaty will be presented to the Senate fcr ratification along the following lines: "tl.i For the abrogation of the old Clayton- Bui wor treaty in toto. "12.) Tor a neutral isthmian canal, in case one lie constructed by the United States, open In time of peace to »hip 3 of ail nations upon equal terms. '•{?,.) Thl3 neutrality l» guaranteed by the United States alone, and oilier maritime powers are not invited to participate in such guarantee.' (Ireat Britain is Inferentially one of the guarantors because she is a party to this treaty. "(I:) In case of war. tbo United States reserves the right to take such steps f;r its own protection a.s it may deem proper.

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Stars and Stripes Above Union Jack [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Stars and Stripes Above Union Jack The American yacht. Columbia, defeats the Shamrock in two more races, making three straight victories, and thus successfully defending tho America's cup. So close were the race*, that in tho flr»t the Columbia won by less than a minute actual time, and in the lost required, all but two of the forty-three feeconds time allowance which the Shamrock was obliged to allow her. the official corrected time showing that the Yankee boat in the llnal race won by only two seconds.

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Keeping (he Wolf from the Door [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901

Keeping (he Wolf from the Door According to the Htdtenicnt of the United States Steel Corporation for tho »ix months ended September 30, tho total net earnings from fopcrationn were 154.954,871. After deducting |7.059.705 sot a»ldo for sinking fundi and maintenance, and hlx months' In* torett ( iiaiK-M on bonds. 17.0u0.000. there remained a butancc> of 140,295,ICO. Th» balance applicable to lurplui and new construction, an tho board of dlrectorn may direct, after deducting the dividend*! for tho two quartcra, wan 112,320,742.

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