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Win Sell Ulna Leads. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

Win Sell Ulna Leads. Washington.—A bill recently passed by Congress, providing for the opening of 500,000 acres of the Kiowa and Comanche Indian lands in Southwestern Oklahoma, struck a snag at the White House. The President suggested that the measure ought to be amended to provide for the allotment of the lands to the Indian children bora since 1900. and for the sale of the lands at not less than $5 an acre. A resolution has been passed by the House looking to the amendment of the bill as suggested. The land is to be sold at auction in parcels of 610 acres. - . • * ,

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Ub *— J J «tMsails. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

Ub *— J J «tMsails. Manila.—The steamer Silvertown, which arrived here March 22, having on board the Commercial • Pacific Cable Company's cable, which is to connect Manila with Shanghai, landed the cable, and then commenced paying out across Dewey’s battleground, heading toward Shanghai.

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FOR UTAH AND NEVADA «*••*? Mining Mu Enthusiastic Over Q*; – Gaargo W. Saßu Dacians Miu>| Prupaiti for two Stales Art GUltaring—Back* Dp Statement ky Facta of Parckaac. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

FOR UTAH AND NEVADA «*••*? Mining Mu Enthusiastic Over Q*; - Gaargo W. Saßu Dacians Miu>| Prupaiti for two Stales Art GUltaring—Back* Dp Statement ky Facta of Parckaac. Los Angeles.—George W. Silks, one of the moat prominent mining {nen in Utah and at present a guest at the Hotel Alexandria, says that there is ' a great future in the mining business in both Utah and Nevada. . Mr. Bilks declares that the mining camps now scattered throughout Nevada and Utah are but a small percentage of what there will be in the course of another decade. The ore that is being found is of the highest grade and the fact that many of the mines are being bought outright by kings of finance of the United States is regarded by Mr. Silks as the best advertisement that coqld be given these mining districts. In the latter statement, Mr. Silks refers particularly to the purchase of the Shoshone mine by Charles M. Schwab. Mr. Silks is prominently connected with the large mining interests in the citie...

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TO HAVE TWO RAILROADS A * Tka Suta Fa Company is Not Blaffiag and tka S. & N. Won't Back Down. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

TO HAVE TWO RAILROADS A * Tka Suta Fa Company is Not Blaffiag and tka S. & N. Won't Back Down. B«iHIUl||lll, N«v.—The--question, has long agitated the camp as to whether the Santa Fe railroad really intended to build into Searchlight or whether the surveying which was being done for the past few mouths by their engineers was for the purpose of scaring off the Searchlight & Northern. We can now assure our readers that the question has been definitely settled by formal action of the Santa Fe, and that they will proceed to build with all possible dispatch. Official action'' has been taken by the Santa Fe railroad officials on the question of building the road to Searchlight from Barnwell. This action is positive and completely sidetracks all reports and rumors heretofore circulated asserting that there would be a compromise between the two proposed roads. Col. (3.; A. Hopkins in an interview this week assured The Searchlight that he had received telegrams from A...

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DEWEY NEARING GIBRALTAR Experience Hu Tnghl Officers Hew to Menage Pond crons Taw. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

DEWEY NEARING GIBRALTAR Experience Hu Tnghl Officers Hew to Menage Pond crons Taw. Gilbraltar.—The United States naval tug Potomac, one of the vessels convoying the drydock Dewey to the Philippine Islands, arrived here from Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Her commander said the Dewey, which left the Canaries March 18, passed through the Straits of Gibraltar on Monday morning. The knowledge gained by the earlier experience has enabled the American officers to avoid the difficulties previously encountered, and the towing from Las Palmas is proceeding smoothly. Fair weather has prevailed and the dock is in good condition. *

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TACK CAUSES EXPLOSION SnP Mi df HMsI Cssgkt Between Cegwkesls Castes Spark Thai Starts Expleiisa. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

TACK CAUSES EXPLOSION SnP Mi df HMsI Cssgkt Between Cegwkesls Castes Spark Thai Starts Expleiisa. St. Louis. —A carpet tack caught between cogwheels caused a spark that resulted in the blowing up of the works of the Phoenix Powder Company, eight miles east of here, and the killing of John Nash, aged 53 years, and Edward Higginbotham, aged 2$ years. The building was completely destroyed, parts being scattered over the vicinity. Nash was running the machinery which caused the igniting spark. After the accident a tack was found in the cogs of the demolished machine, and experts at the factory said there was no doubt that it caused the explosion.

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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rLUUIwxAuSt UAmAun THROUGHOUT THE STATE ? ~~ .’V"“ – • RESERVOIR IN SULLIVAN'S CREEK GIVES WAY AND WATERS DESTROY EVERYTHING IN PATH I,r ' T – – * <• Heaviest Storm of die Year General Over Entire State—Towns Innn-•* dated, Railroads Swept Away, Families Forced to Move, Rivers And Streams Overflowed. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

rLUUIwxAuSt UAmAun THROUGHOUT THE STATE ? ~~ .’V"“ - • RESERVOIR IN SULLIVAN'S CREEK GIVES WAY AND WATERS DESTROY EVERYTHING IN PATH I ,r ' T - - * &amp;lt;• Heaviest Storm of die Year General Over Entire State—Towns Innn- -•* dated, Railroads Swept Away, Families Forced to Move, Rivers And Streams Overflowed. Sonora, March 25.—A terrific storm prevailed in this section.last night, five inches of rain falling within four hours. It caused damage in thr destruction of property that will probably reach the $lOO,OOO mark. The storm culminated in a veritable downpour at 2 o’clock this morning, and the usual channels proved Inadequate to hold the collecting waters. Under fhe heavy pressure the Phoenix storage reservoir, fiye miles east of this city, gave way qnd millions of gallons of water rushed down Sullivan creek with destructive fury, carrying away four county bridges, costing over $30,000, and! a high trestle of wide span of ithe Sierra Railroad, which crossed the stream at vari...

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UTILE DAMAGE AT STOCKTON Breaks in Levees of San Joaqnin River Will Flood Twenty Thousand Acres. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

UTILE DAMAGE AT STOCKTON Breaks in Levees of San Joaqnin River Will Flood Twenty Thousand Acres. Stockton, March 26. —The streams in the vicinity of Stockton are hot dangerously high and the worst of the rush waters seems to be over, though there will be an increase in the streams coming from the foothills tonight owing to heavy rains lust night and this morning, but no trouble will follow in this section as the foothill streams are filling. There are breaks in the levees on the west side of San Joaquin on the Lorentzen, Rossi, Moreing end McLaughlin tracts and - will flood possibly 20,000 acres on the main laud side of the river twenty miles from Stockton.

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DRY CREEK OVERFLOWS BANK Soutkeni Pacific Tracks Near Claris Are Pleaded. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

DRY CREEK OVERFLOWS BANK Soutkeni Pacific Tracks Near Claris Are Pleaded. Fresno, March 26.—The northern eud of Fresno is a lake, aud Belmont and Blackstone avenues are covered with six inches of water, which is growing deeper every hour. Rain fell in torrents from 10 o’clock this morning and caused a big rise in all the creeks that feed the ditches about the city. »- 1 - Big Dry creek is uu a bigger rampage than it was twa weeks ago, and at noon it had overflowed its banks east of Clovis, and the country to the northeast took on the appearance of a lake. The break occurred at the Wnrlow place. About thirty-five feet of the bank went out with a rush and roar. Manager Telfer of the Fresno Flume aud Irrigation company rushed all the men available to the break and a battle is being waged by 300 men against the flood to keep it within its banks, but the rapid rise in Dry creek will probably make it of no avail. So high was this stream at noon that the Southern Pacific tracks beyond Clov...

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FAMILIES ARE FORCED TO MOVE Little Damage la Dost to Cropi by Stana at Saata Aaa. S' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

FAMILIES ARE FORCED TO MOVE Little Damage la Dost to Cropi by Stana at Saata Aaa. S' Santa Ana, March 2G.—The storm which ended last night in u downpour that added an inch to the season’s precipitation has done very little damage to roads and bridges throughout the county, but flood water from Santiago creek has inundated several thousand acres southeast of here and done much injury to celery and other props. Santiago creek is higher than ever before and yesterday afternoon rose eighteen inches in a few hours. Several families have been forced to move from the lowlands southwest of here and small fanny will be damaged considerably. Much barley la down and barley lodged on the adobe lands, blit the added growth to crops on lighter soil will make good any damage from this cdurse. - •

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IDYLLWILD IS ISOLATED Fibni Meaataia lust is Skat Off Fnas WarW ky Stans Him. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

IDYLLWILD IS ISOLATED Fibni Meaataia lust is Skat Off Fnas WarW ky Stans Him. Riverside, March 28. —The flood situation in Rivenside county is generally improved. At San Jacinto, the San Jacinto river is still creating havoc with ranches along its banks and a large area is inundated where laud is level, crops and orchards having suffered severely, but embankments about town have held and no damage resulted there. Idyllwild, the famous mountain resort, is shut off from the world and it will be weeks before other than horseback travel is resumed. Every trace of the costly mountain grade is washed away for miles and two bridges are also gone. It will cost 115,000 to repair the damage.

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HARDEST STORM OF SEASON Veotora Hornet Are Eadaogered by Coving lo of Boakt. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

HARDEST STORM OF SEASON Veotora Hornet Are Eadaogered by Coving lo of Boakt. Ventura, March 26.—The hardest rain storm of the season began falling at 8 o’clock last evening and continued to increase during the night. At 6 o'clock this morning the gage showed 2.60 inches. Considerable damage resulted from the water which came down from the hills.

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RAIN CONTINUES AT VISALIA St. Joko't Levee it Beiog Patrolled lo Preveot Aay Break.. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

RAIN CONTINUES AT VISALIA St. Joko't Levee it Beiog Patrolled lo Preveot Aay Break.. Visalia, March 26.—The flood waters In Visalia are spreading out into several streets, the water near several school houses being over a foot deep. St. John’s levee, which protects the city, is being constantly patrolled and all possible efforts are beifig made to avoid break, and if breaks occur to avoid its widening. It is believed that the flood swaters will go above the high water mark of last week. It is still raining with heavy clouds and prospects of an indefinite continuance.

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TOO MUCH RAIN FOR FARMERS Water it Higher Thus Fences for Miles Near Saa Felipe [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

TOO MUCH RAIN FOR FARMERS Water it Higher Thus Fences for Miles Near Saa Felipe Hollister, March 26. —The total rainfall now amounts to 15.58 inches. Last year at this time it was 12.84. On Saturday night 1.92 inches fell in two hours. The San Benito river is higher than for years. The bridge at Littles in Pair View has been washed: out. At San Felipe, eight miles north of Hollister, there is one vast lake from Bleifers to Soap lake and a boat can go over the top of fences for miles. Almost the same condition prevails around San Juan and Sargent. It js too early to say whether the prune crop is injured. There will be a small crop of apricots, but full crops of apples, pears, barley and other grain, although the farmers complain of rain for grain and feed.

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RIVER RISING AT SACRAMENTO Tcrriffie Downpour, Accaapuid by Tkudor and Ligbtainf Ocean. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

RIVER RISING AT SACRAMENTO Tcrriffie Downpour, Accaapuid by Tkudor and Ligbtainf Ocean. Sacramento, March 26.—Daring the, past twenty-four hours the Sacramento valley has experienced the heaviest rainfall that has taken place in years. Early this morning there was a thunder aud lightning storm, accompanied by a terrific downpour of rain. The railroad officials report that it stormed all over the division from Ashland, Ore., to Sacramento, .and from Sacramento to Sparks, Nev. A foot of snow fell at Summit and Cascade. The river at 8:45 this morning measured 24.6 feet, as against 23.3 feet at the same time Saturday morning, aud is still rising.

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$150,000 DAMAGE AT SONORA Wu tber Kuniu Uaaa tiled, bat Flood Water it Dacrcaaiag. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

$150,000 DAMAGE AT SONORA Wu tber Kuniu Uaaa tiled, bat Flood Water it Dacrcaaiag. Sonora, Cal., March 26. —While the weather still remains unsettled, the flood waters have decreased to an extent that precludes further damage to this section. A careful estimate of the destruction wrought by the heavy storm places the damage at 9150,000.

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NEW FEATURES IN CUNARD LINER Dtvslsn sad Pkau (sr tk* Um ef Iks Fumfiri. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

NEW FEATURES IN CUNARD LINER Dtvslsn sad Pkau (sr tk* Um ef Iks Fumfiri. London.—The largest and must complete electric installation ever fitted on board a ship is in store for the new Cunarder, the Mauritania, now being built at Wall’s End. The vessel will be lighted, says the Olasgow Herald, by about 5000 lamps of sixteen candle-power, - which is more - than double the number fitted on. the Cedric. ''» Two electric passenger elevatoniare to be erected for conveying the passengers between the. six decks. There will be two elevators for luggage and six smaller''elevators for the mails, etc. There will be a telephone exchange on board, which, will connect the chief passenger sections of the ship with the officers, and there also is to be a special telephone from the bridge. Perhaps, the most up-to-date novelty is the providing of electric curling tong heaters for the women passengers.

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HUSBANDRY V – ' ' A*. OF INTEREST TO FARMERS AND ORCHARDISTS Tie Rigkt Way—Spray Or Dia—brigaliaa la Italy—Kagliok Patalacs la America— The Drla.iT. Haa—Hartacaltaral Society. “ i,i*air “ V The Right Way. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

HUSBANDRY V - ' ' A*. OF INTEREST TO FARMERS AND ORCHARDISTS Tie Rigkt Way—Spray Or Dia—brigaliaa la Italy—Kagliok Patalacs la America— The Drla.iT. Haa—Hartacaltaral Society. “ i,i * air “ V The Right Way. A certain farmer, when confronted with a few days’ work of comparatively short catch up jobs, writes out, each evening, a list of things he means to do the following day, and then, as each one is done, be checks it off. He says that it gets to be real fun to see how quickly he can add another task to his list of finished work; aud then he can tell at a glance what is best to take up next. He haa thus saved himself many a useless step running from one task to another.

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Spray or Dio. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

Spray or Dio. Most people seem to have the cheerful notion that a tree planted will go on producing its foliage, bloom and fruit without further attention. Perhaps it was once, but the' San Jose scale has changed all that. Prior to the advent of this insect, spraying was merely practiced in a very limited way by a few expert gardeners and commercial orchardists, in order to combat rust, smut and some insect pests; notably the scab and the codlln moth of the apple. But not until the Giver of all Good Things sent along the San Jose scale did the public awake to the fact that it was a case of spray er die. And now all over the country people are becoming acquainted with their trees and learning something of their habits and needs, thanks to a pesky little plant louse hiding under a shell-like tent, almost too small to be seen by the naked eye —so small that millions of them may be on a tree before being discovered, says Country Life in America.

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(frigutim ■ Italy. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906

(frigutim ■ Italy. In northern Italy the construction of canals and aqueducts for irrigation is being pushed on a large scale, and the irrigated areas are constantly expanding. Yet Italy has no greater need of irrigation than any state in the American union.

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