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forest Lieu Selection [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

forest Lieu Selection Unitnl St.itr, Land Offtcr !...» Anirrtm, Cal.. Srpirmhrr 24, I'Ml Notice I* hetvhy fivrn that A. 11. !!<-bcr, \* hi>»«- \»>*l nfliii* iulilnoH U Z2* Stnurrll I!loCk, !.•>« A ii (.'•-!• ». California, haw made application tOMtect, umlcr thr Act ol June 4th, 1M77 (30 Si.uh. >, tin- fullowinir <lmcrilM-«l tract, K.-wii; Thr S. Sof thr S.K. X of S^tion 34, and the S. fjf Of the K-W. X «if ftrctlon 35. Twp. 10 S., K. 13 X.. S. It. Mm cuntainiittf l(/> acres. Within the next thirty dayn fruni date of thr tlrtt {tubllcatiun hrrrof, pr.>t<-»ts or conlMU aif4in»t thr »r|fctiun, on the ground that thr land dtntcribril, «»r my (Nirtion thrrrof, i« more valuabtr for itd minrraU than for agricultural purpo«<M», will \tn rrcclvitt ami notrd f«ir refx»rt to th«* t"i<iii»ii*»iimrr of ih>- Geoeral Land Office A. J.CKOOKSIIANK. Kr^iMrr.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

p P. BLAKE. M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Imperial. Cal.' ____ mmm ___ n I Take your business in the U.S. Land Office TO A. E. DODSON,| I FilingH, Contest}*, Final Proof, etc. ! Hci»t of references. Terms moderate, j 907 round SU S \H DIEGO, CAL | INPIO LANDS %s&ti •— — — — — —^ nia. Uig 1 flow- j ing wells of pure, noft water. Rich !_fiil!rP Near 8.8. free water ducing land in U. S. Unlimited mar* ketn. NO COMPHITION. For sale by M. W. COTTLE & CO., 452 Wllcox Building los Angeles. Cal. Hmperia 1 1 |Tel ep h on ci iCompan-yi W. R HOLT Manager. f ? Offices at , I A Imperial, Cameron, ▲ i . I J Flowing Wells and Iris* ? I I f Messages sent to, f f or received from, J ▼ any part of the world. atelephones If o r rent;. jf ft^ .^»^,v.#^> -^*^.;j-%_ y"»-<-(V -^%-'-^' a^ •

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

|Jmp*r i a I | 2 L I _l-_j 2 I (/pterftigbts. | £* We have opened a branch office at Imperial, in charge O of our Mr. H. C. Oakley, who is thoroughly familiar O j|f with the whole S O IMPERIAL COUNTRY. £ In addition to our DISTRICT AGENCY for the Impe- W a rial Land Company, we are prepared to handle any of 5 the early filings that the owners may wish to dispose of 0 at reasonable i>ricc. a For special reports on lands orfor general information, address a © 0 0 Oaßley-PauliM Co., # JjMPERIAL, CALIFORNIA. % *k\»"\ Comma this way? m %& X | I then you are interested gf J ++^+t in knowing bow to reacb s| I "" Imperial Settlement, f I ™ New River Country! m Take the S. P. train M H to Flowing We 115.... 3^ At this point you get first class accommodations at the McCAUL- ySL j|^ LEY HOUSE. G. W. McCaalley, the proprietor, runs a regular ffc £j9 stage line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Wells at %Ma \« 7:30 a. in. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returni...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

WANTED— Position as superintendent or manager on ranch. Advertiser in a thoroughly practical farmer. Ha» fifteen years experience farming by irrigation and cultivating large trac s of land. Address F. P, HOLIIKOOK, Moro via, Calif. Rooted Vines and Cuttings For IMPERIAL COUNTRY. Address Stevens fir Frost, ETIWANDA, CALIFORNIA.

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SUGAR TRUST IS CUTTING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

SUGAR TRUST IS CUTTING ATTEMPT TO CONTROL CONGRFSS WILL AVAIL NOTHING Sm&!l Orange Crop— California Fruits in Europe- -Codling Moth — fVof.t In Mciu-— A New Pf*r — Olive Newi A meeting ot apple grower* is to be held In \jct9 Angeles November 4th to devise mean* of successfully doling with the cod'lng moth. AU apple grow. ers art 4 urged to he pre*fnt. The Horticultural Commission is a*si«tin«: in the investigations. Porterville expects tn commence heavy orange shipments by November 1. Orange fthlpcncntS have already tn^ pin in csiioads. Corona, Monrovia, and Kcdla&d* all having gotten off their first cars.

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A Chinese Pear [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

A Chinese Pear An intcrcftlng new fniit is now hearing at the Pomona Experiment Station. It is a Chinese pear, and fs called Chinese Eugere. A few years ago It was grafted on a Lawrence pear tree and Is now a large tree. The flesh is trhite. juicy, with a few small Franuk'f. and has a pleasant taste that is -iiffereat frotn any other pear. It Is very hard, except when perfectly ripe. and docs not bruise casly. If its eating qualities lw»ecme popular it will make a {rood shipping pear, bat It is one of those things that has to be tried. At all events It is nothing; startling. — California Cultivator.

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Better Join the Exchange [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Better Join the Exchange A riend who Is cot In the cxchr.nsre showed us a bill for washing lemons: SO boxes. 2S hours at IS cents per hour. 15.70. After looking the bill over the conclusion was they could spray t**e trees for less money. And here Is some more about the same lemons. After they were washed and dressed for the market, sold for— gross — 11&3L55. Freight and ice. $»>7: cartage. $1.50; commission, f 11.59; packing at 15 cents p*r box, $22.50. Expens*? after raising and picking the fifty boxes. f..0.0&. Net mums. 57.46. No wonder that rancher feels choked by the gain and get by which the human heart is set/'— Geo. P. Hal in San Diego Union.

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Peaches and Cream [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Peaches and Cream Georgia has enjoyed a most successful peach season, and an aftermath, so to speak, is a rush to plant orchards. Growers are to well satisfied with the profits they have just made, that they are poing into the business on a bigger scale than ever, according to reports. According to the Fruit Trade Journal, the State is destined to become mare than *ver a peach-ra!sing Etate. It is Matei that thousands upon thousands of peach trees will be planted the coming season.

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OLIVE DEMANDS ATTENTION [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

OLIVE DEMANDS ATTENTION Bis Olive Mill— Danger to the Industry — Growers Wint Larger Profits San Fernando has the largest olive mill in the State, the Olive Growers' Association having just completed a mill Eh>xl29 feet. In 1895 tpf-cimens of a serious disease of the olive were received at tn«* Agricultural Experiment Station from Merced county. This disease; OllveKnot. is common and destructive In Southern Europe where it U known as Tuberculosis of the Olive. At the time of its <j!scoTery In Merced county the hope vu, <.nu-;taincd that it bad not yet ei-read to any other part of California, and that It could be eradicated by prompt and appropriate measures. . ,i Unfortunately the hope entertained in lK«r» hab not yet been r.-a !!?•'! and this year another and larger infected area has been discovered at a long distance from the first; and there is Etrong reason to suspect that there aro still others. So destructive Is the disease, that tin- orchard o...

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Foreign fruit Mirket [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Foreign fruit Mirket The latest American "Invasion" of Europe Is the carrying of fresh California fruit* to lwontlon and I'iirls In the face of the competition of the Spanish and Italian fruit grower*. A I Valencia. Spain, paper says: "California oranges, peaches, apples and pears reach Paris, after traversing six thousand miles, in a more appetizing con«iiton than ours." and adds that her; fruit growers\can only compete wlthj America by employing America's lm< proved methods, of cultivation.

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Decrease in Orange Crop [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Decrease in Orange Crop CrvJnued inquiries as to the volume I c£ tbe comiag orange crop confirm tbe estimates made some weeks apo. j that the crop will fall short or that I Dt brt BeOSOn 2»> per rent. There aroj orchards. Ike that at the County . Farm. which are groaning under the ; usual weight of fruit, but the inaj:rity o" the croves show an output so far | below the normal that there can be j no doubt cf the accuracy cf the firm- j er»" judgment. The railroad companies have placed the crop at about 25.00© carloads. '*o this the growers make no special ob- j Section, for they hope the transporta- ! tion companies may provide carp upon ! a pretty EtifT estimate, since the fail•ires of last season. If the farmers es- • timate Is correct in Its average, the coming orange crop will not exceed . 17.500 carloads.— l-os Angeles Times.

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Florida Orange Crop [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Florida Orange Crop Jacksonville. Ha., Oct. 'J).— Florida's orange yield this year will be about 1J200.000 boats, according to the best estiates made now. The. fruit Is flne. and soini* say the yield will be 1.500.<»9O boxes.

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Rojgh Rid, r Shot [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Rojgh Rid, r Shot Cripple Creek. Colo.. Oct. 20.—Advices received here tonight from Nogales, Ariz., tell of a shooting In which Ben Daniels, a noted Hough Rider and prominent Klk. waft fatally mounded by a bullet causing complete paralysis.

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Opposes Sub-Trejjury [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

Opposes Sub-Trejjury In an address before the American flankers Association convention last week James H. Eckels of Chicago, former Comptroller of the Currency, said he would like to see the legal tenders of the government retired. aB there Is always* a possibility of their reissue In a form that will be detrimental to the country. He would like to see the abolishment of the «ub treasury of the country. Tho nub-treasury should be conducted as is the business of a private individual or a largo corporation.

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A Daughter of the Revolution [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

A Daughter of the Revolution Washington. Uct. i<J.— Mrs. Koosevelt haa been elected ta honorary mtmbC'nfhip by the Army and Navy Chapter of the Daughters of the American Hevolutlon. Mrs. Charles \V. Fairbanks, presi-dent-general, a f*.w dayii ago obtained her permission to tender her an honorary membcrihlp. Ixmdon. Oct. 21.— The Idea that the capture of Miss Stcn* originated with the Macedonl&n Committee Is corroborated, according to the Vienna correspondent of the Dally Mall, by the fact that numerous Macedonians in Sofia have offered to nndl&te with tbe brigands.

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HUSTLING FOR BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

HUSTLING FOR BUSINESS llnrr or If" •» * II Itnnr In N* ** York l.n«<)rn' *Mli«-r«. "(Jet n n«.\e on! 'that* the great modem tm>tt»v" said n New V<irk lawyer who bill Ikiii jirnctlclny In the local courts I«.r the last .."• \eai~s. ••Wtan I was .n1i:.. tt.. 1 to the bar," ho went on. **thi re was a great Idea cf the dignity of the profession. A law. yer would about an noon h.ivt* paraded Urondway cflrrylng a sandwich ilfta catJlnit nttftit!oii to \. * legal nbiht> na he uoult) li.ne thought of hustl'tig •"•> any other way fur business. The thing to do v :-s to rent an oUlco am! t.lt In It until somebody came uml du^ you uut of the dot nud spider webs and asked you to take a case. "The ttiarctl of prog:ri*ss has changed all that, livery law Una In this city bustles for business. I don't mean that tho big men of the tirm chase around nJter clients. Of course tl.ey don't. Hut the Urm does n lot of sbrewd planning ahead. It scberocs ...

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THE PROLIFIC FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

THE PROLIFIC FLY. To l.rum !>••* lv«i All Ornnnlr flc-f- nor sll.iiM IK* iSarlri!. V\hn multiply :it a prodigious rate. Given a temperature sufficiently high to batch cgipfc ttelr numbers nre only Itmitecl I y ibe niaount of foo*l avallaLle for iltpin. Llnnxcu!) Is credited with faying t'.mt three meat tiles, by reason of their rapid inuttlpllcntlon. wow Id consume a dead horse quicker than would a lion. n:ul the fact that certain cKpjcra having some outward setablaocc to the honeybee lay their eggs In ihe dead carcasses of animal* probably let! Samson and Virgil to make erroneous statements with regard to iliq genes ji of honey and the manufacture of bees. The breeding of "gentles'! for ground bait Is an Indus* try i lie practices of vrbich could probably give Enoch Information as to the nicety of choice exercised by flies In selecting material for feeding nnd egg Idylng. According to Packard, tbe bou.«e fly makes selection of horse dung by preference for ovipositing, an...

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I-lßprn»r« of n Vocbl Onmrr, [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

I-lßprn»r« of n Vocbl Onmrr, There is no queMlon that modern luxury has reached Its most extravagant pinnacle in yachting, which. In tbe elaborate profusion of Its expense, brings as very c!o*e to the latter days of the Itomnn empire. Take n ulngte ca»v. A twat like Colonel Payne's (J.7J ton yacbt ApiirodlK* can Uf n company of (XJ men -criptnin. llrst and iiccontl mates, carpester, chief steward. an*iHtant stew* ird. If tiedroom stewards, pantrymuu, chief cook. '1 asulstaut cooks, chief i*ofhuw. \\ oKslMtant engineers. 8 ollvrs. 15 Orvuu'O and ID wen ln-fore tbe mast

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THEY WARD OFF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901

THEY WARD OFF DEATH. IrMnln t)tai>n*r« Thnt Arc H«I4 in .%!(! lit l-rnulhriiltiit l.lfr. One of the uuHltral theorten In thnt ft Haiti dl*t a*e» uanl onT death. Kin uu.atlo |ie«|ile, fur lu-iiuk.-. are tiald rarely to die ymmir. Why, the medical mni nre unable to *:\y, but It I* t>robn* blc thnf the Li. -oil acquires fiomc* prop* i rty wltlrli l< fatal to tho ffcrtni of other dl<<ea«e». A doctor «f experlenco L.iH until ed the fact In n family of fl\e »»r nix brut hers and KlMcr*, 000 of whom in rhcuuatlc, that ono win out* Ihe the OtUtTt, Dfl a rule. If gmit can ho Kept Dtrny from the lieart aud con* tlncd to the I '„* tee. the patient In likely to live to lie Jm» or XXI year* old. It 1« Mtd that i Ms Ih due to the fact that t/ie (llfcnte ptiriflen the blood. If otic hfll an mtack of Kinallpox and liven through it. be ntandi an excellent Chance of attaining a ripe old ago. In a cen*iia of aged people taken many years ago It was...

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