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PACIFIC COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A CONDENSED REPORT OF THF WEEKS HAPPENINGS Revolution in Locomotive Building— Northern Forest fires A Youthful EJopement-The Boundary line- Etc Nearly 1000 muiet are being bought in ivinJcaquin county for shipment to the Fiji Island*. Forest flro« in the northern part of the Statt burned over several thousand acres of land last weekWilliam H. West, the noted minstrel, who is now playing on the coast, j i» said to be suffering severely from cancer. San Francisco official* ar* taklns eteps looking to memorallxlns Conpress, and the President to re-enact the Chinese Exclusion Act. The Slat* Railroad Commission has reduced the freight tariff on cru<t> oil between Bakersneld and San Francisco over four cents ?er barrel. To protect themselves against claim jumpers, the oil men in the Tejunsa; district have organised an old-fash-, ioncd vi£ilante*s committee. f Ixis Gatos was wiped out of exist- j enee as far as the business section is concerned by ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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An Anarchist Bathed [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

An Anarchist Bathed John iiuchle. tno sen- avow pu «u.irchiM mho was drhrn frotn Spokane bccauM of hi" utterancet and later from r>lrfleld for the hatoo reason. was thrtmtened with rotten treatment Vy a mob until he was rescued by the rity Marshal and placed In Jail at Texos, Wash. The mob was not satisfied, and as!iin onronlted. wont to the City Jail and took him out. Badly frißhtentnl the man was doused with cold water from a ho£e and released with a strong injunction from the crowd to end his visit in Tekoa at once. Thi« he made no delay in doinc. and left a dripping trail from the precincts of town.

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PAN-AMERICAN PRIZES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

PAN-AMERICAN PRIZES California Holds Hex Own — Over Three Thousand Awards— United SUtes Natural!)' First The Pan-American judges have announceJ the awards for the exhibits of the Exposition, the total number being 3133. divided as fellows: Gold medals. SS7; silver. 1159: bronze. 1147. There were also 1331 ! exhibits that received honorable mention. The United States heads the list of prlxe winners, with 601 gold trophies. I 64.1 silver. 632 bronze and 470 honori ab!e mention. Mexico comes next with 7S geld medals. 151 sliver and 139 bronze. Following Is the list of exhibitors at the Pan-American Exposition who received gold and silver medals, and in whom Southern California will be Interested: Division 4. foods and their accessories: Gold medals. El wool Cooper. Santa Barbara. Cal.; Eacle Packing and Storage Company. Fresno. Fresno county. Cal.; Ackerman it Tuffley. San Diego: Chamber of Commerce. Los Angeles: C. C. Donovan. Santa Kosa: Ea«le Packing and Storage Company. Fresno; Geo...

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Mansions Become State Property [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

Mansions Become State Property The widow of Collis P. Huntington has announced, the Chronicle says, that the Huntington house at California and Taylor streets will never ' oe privately occupied again, and is eventually to be given over to charity, presumably to some hospital. The Hop-; kins and Stanford mansions, among the splendid palaces that top the California street bill, already belong to the people, tbe one througbthe University of California, the other through Stanford University. Thus three of the four men who made their fortunes out of the Southern Pacific have In the end made over their homes to tbe public.

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Hunting Hones [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

Hunting Hones Several hundred ranchmen from Nevada. I'tah and Arlrona arc engago) at Pipe Springs In rounding up, capturing and killing a groat band of wild mustangs which have roamed parts of these States for years. It Is estimated that there are five or six bundrod of these anlmais .and tlicy are destroying tbe none too abundant forage of those sections. They are led by a magnificent stallion, who has often been chased, rut never caught.

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FOR THE SUBURBANITE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

FOR THE SUBURBANITE ITEMS OP INTEREST TO THE PEOPLE OF FARM AND ORCHARD A Saccrurint War—Monument for Poultry* man—Unprecedented Grain Movement — Cider Vinegar — Minor Iterru. A Saccharine War Another aggressive move has been made by tho American Sugar Kenning Company In the campaign which it uiu» begun against the beet-sugar Industry. A cut l» announced by the Western Sugar Itetlulng Company, and amount* I to 30 cent* a hundred on beet augur i ami 20 cents a hundred on cane sugar, j Ilobcrt Oxnard, vice-president of the American Beet Sugar Association, which Is opposing the trust, said: "I know of no change in tho general, ftiicnr situation to account for the cut.' Further than this. I do not care toi discuss the matter at present." In order to discriminate further against beet sugar, tho Western Sugar! Refinery, which is allied with the! sugar trust, has announced that It will entertain no orders for granulated ; sugar which call for over 50 per cent, of beet sugar. The beet sugar...

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Reciprocity Agitation [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

Reciprocity Agitation Senator Cuilotn, who \n n cnndldata for tho rhalrmannhlp of tho 8on&to FohMkh Kelutlonw CommlttM*. hoi interviewed President RooseVelt con* ceraltift legislation In the next Conurv»H v'a reciprocity, There hcpiiih to Ik» danger that the Senator, t«>«othor with lilh «upporterti of the Middle Went will try to forco Irßlidatlon of beni nt to that section of country only. letting the Kant ami California Buffer an Hit' n suit Tho President Brem» to bo iloubtful about n Konorul tchbtnei of reHproclty as yet. Inclining to tho opinion that thoro l« no Immediate ii*»«ml for reclproclty treaties except with Russia and Germany.

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Monument for Poultrynun [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

Monument for Poultrynun The Live Stock Tribune has found a prophet with honor In his own country. It is necessary, however, that the story come from over the seas as follows: "Under the auspices of the Associated Poultry Fanciers of Germany and j Austria, an Imposing monument has j Just been erected at (Jorlltz. Germany, tc the memory of Robert Oettel. who to known as the father of poultry breeding In Germany and Austria. Oettel was horn In 170S and died In ISS4." The armor who 1« interested in live stock should Rive more than passing Interest to the Live Stock Tribune. The \ magazine, published In Los Angeles, j has now reached a monthly circulation of 5000 copies. The October number is I devoted especially to the dog. and l» ! replete with good things about "man's | best friend." j

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Unprecedented Grain Movements [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

Unprecedented Grain Movements Henry B. Herbert of the New York Produco Exchange, Is authority for the statement that the grain moveIments this season surpass In magnl- { tude those of all previous years. The total shipments of both wheat and corn for the first eight months or this year amounted to 213.538,350. against 182,210,713 during the same period of 1900. j "These figures." said Herbert, "dem-j ocstrate that the condition of thej whole country is at this moment more prosperous than ever before. They mean that the farmer hoa an abundance of wealth, and that the railroads I and other land-transportation comj punlen are earning large profits from the carrying of the grain to the market."

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So Say We All of Us [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

So Say We All of Us It Is a matter of regret that the average* district fair In California poa&r'Htfe* little or no force as an educational Influence among the rank and file of tho agricultural classes; It Is further a regret thut theso functions are wholly dlrcllct In tho matter or serving the purpose- for which they receive State money, vie., to protect and promote agricultural development. So pronounced Is this, that it Is doubtful If two per cent, of th* soil tillers of Los Angeles county visited tho late dlttrlct acrlrulturnl fair In this city. Wo tuny refef to thN ItlbjOCt ngaln In iho nenr future, giving tOfflO Inttff* .t!m; data nnd other Information Inuring on the lUDJOCti together with < pinion* of l«\»«lliu; stuck growers.— The Live Stock Tribune-.

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ShclMfis Nuti [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

ShclMfis Nuti Seedless fruit, thornless roses, uncll-lens nut*— thrso luxuries will bo common In n few year* If predictions are verlllcil. Tho nicthodii of growing fruits, nuts ami vegetables are undergoing a revolution. It In Believed that even the cores and skins can be practically done away with. By satinK the strength of the plant used up In this* way the fruit will be grown larger and with a finer flavor. The seedless orange l*» ho far the moat aucccsstul of the fruits experimented on. It Is the result of years of cultivation. — Ixw Angeles Time*.

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Ameer of Afghanistan Dead [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

Ameer of Afghanistan Dead ifabib Nullah Kahn. eldest son of the Ameer of AfgnanUtnn. has reported to the British agent at Cabul that tho Ameer died last Thursday after a brief illness. Habib Ouloh Khan has been officially porclalmed Ameer and the accession has been accepted by his brothers and the Sirdars. All Is quiet at Kabul. Despite the fact that the first dispatches report nil as quiet, considerable uneasiness Is felt In Hrltlsh official circles, and It "would not be surprising 1 If a war to oust tlie new Ameer .should result.

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Cubans Will Receive Their Pay [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

Cubans Will Receive Their Pay (Jen. Maximo Gomez, together with Senor Estrada Pnltna. who Is a candidate for the Presidency of the Cuban Republic, have gone on record ns stating that tho Cubans who Sought for the liberation of the inland should be paid for their Berrlces. The difficulty will be to devise a menus of deing It without making It burdensome* for the people. A discussion of Bucb methods has led some Cubans to suppose thnt I'alma wished to repudiate the claims of the soldiery. On Palma's behalf, Gen. (lomcz h*u stated as follows: , "Tho Cubans had no thought of reward when they were fighting unpaid and half starved, and it Is an insUit to them now to insinuate that the election of a candidate for the Presidency depends upon his pledges to pay the Cuban troops."

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Likeness of McKinley [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

Likeness of McKinley The Third Assistant PostmasterGeneral has announced that the ponlil cards to be printed under tho new contract after December next will bear a likeness to President McKlnley. Around tho design will be the nnme "McKinley.' together with the data o<* his birth and death, as well as th..words. "Series of 1901."

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Anarchist Publication [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

Anarchist Publication Application for re-entry a« secondclass matter has been made by the publisher of tho paper called Free Soc.fcty. an anarchist publication recently refiiHod entry by tho Chicago postmaster. Tho matter has been referred to headquarters at Washington. Tho I*osto..ro Department decline*! to tho belief that If tho paper Is to Ixi excluded some other grounds will have to bo found. A iikiiul method of procedure U to test tho subscription list by correspondenco, to ascertain If tho persons to whom tho paper Is sent aro actually subscribers.

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The Valley Over The busy folks and their movements [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

The Valley Over The busy folks and their movements D.J. Wckml of Whltticr luih been looking over the valley tlii« week. He thinks it very probable that he will return to this country soon to locate permanently. Me**™ 11. T. Lyon, 11. N. Lyou, K. L. Lyon and James Kuox, of KftCoudi* do, drove into Imperial Wcducttday. They went from here to Cnlexico, as seeing U believing, and they wanted to see the crops that are growing in the valley. Haven Bros, arrived in the valley from Riverside Tuesday nioriiin^ and struck camp on their land near Uluc lake. They will bring their families as soon as they can got houses built. Rev. J. S. Kline <»f Los Angeles, who has Ijccmi appointed missionary for the Imperial district, arrived here Wednesday to take tip his residence aud iK'giu work. Mr. Kline han a homestead near Imperial. He will preach in the Christian church here Sunday night. T. P. Bant a, who is one of the new settlers in the Imperial, California, locality, visited the valley...

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CHURCH NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

CHURCH NOTES John C. Hay St.VDAY. SCHOOL USSOM TOR OCTOBER 20. JOSRPH KXAr,TKD Gen. xv- 38-49 Golden text: "Them that honour me I will honour." 1 Sam. v. 30. Joseph honored God, aud in return God honored Joseph, for, in our golden text of this lesson God say», "Them that honour me I will honour/ If we lift up the Lord's banner to glorify His name, we will find that the Lord will exalt our banner to do us honor. The Christian should learn from Joseph the lesson so often enforced by Christ, that only he who U faithfut iv that which is least can be safely entrusted with that which is greatest. Little things make a great character, and a great character feels a* home in the administration of a kingdom. It is not with a rush and a spring- that we arc to reach Christ's character and attain to perfect saintship; but step by step, foot by foot, hand over hand, we arc slowly, and often painfully, to mount the ladder that rents on earth and rUes to heaven. Our earthly life is intended to prep...

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Forest Lieu Selection [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

Forest Lieu Selection Uuitttl StattM Land Office ho* Aiii'clis, Cal., September 24, r»U Notice 1» hereby given that A. H. lleber, wbo»e iK>ht uflice addre».H U 2i4 Stowell Block, L,ot Anirrleit, Calif»rnia, h.i- made application toselect, under the Act of Jane 4th, I^l (3U Stais. if,' the following dencrlbeti tract, u>-wit: TheS. siof the S.K. H of Section 34, and the S. *i of the S-W. H of Section .V, Twp. 1b S., k. 13 X.. S. 11. M., containing l"» acre*. Within the next thirty d.i> • from date of thu Ur«t publication h.noi, prute«t» or conte»u Jiraiiip.i the H.-h-ctioii, on the ground that th« laud described, or -%ny portion thereof, in un<r«i valuable for iv mlnwruU than for agricultural purpo«e», will b« received aud noted for report to theConuolMloner of the General Land OfKc« . ;;V; ;V A V J. CKOOKHIIANK, Ht^Utcr.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 19 October 1901

| p:;\ Coming this way? 1 % \ 1 1 1 ♦ then you are Interested Si \\ l z t++++t In knowing bow to reacb S I "" Imperial Settlement, i I^ New River Country! I? Take the 5. P. train 1 f to Flowing We 115.... \\ % At this point you get firnt clans accommodations at the McCAUI,- ? % Jg LEY HOUSE. Gi \V. McCaullcy, the proprietor, run» a regular Es Kta^c line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Wells at I a xw 7:30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning- the follow- g 5 fj inffdays. g? S s Special teams and rign are also kept in readiness for any other day, / % IK and will take you to any part of the country. ? $ £j The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil fields west of Flowing- jj SS Wells. This stage line is equipped with rigs and teams that arc 0£ xj unexcelled. «< | lyotel Imperial I i . % ;| Imperial, California. X % Offers to the public % | superior accommodations J ♦ ■ ' -S : i ■ ♦ $ Patronage of tourists and land' Seekers solicited X ♦ %+ ■ - ■...

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