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Olive Oils In Prance [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

Olive Oils In Prance In the town of Istres, Department of the Douches-du-Rhone, Bays a consular advice from France, the olive raisers complained of the bad market for their olive oil, contending that middlemen co adulterated the product that consumers had acquired n distaste for the pure article. Their syndicate bought a co-operative mill, in which pure olive oil is produced, and the farmers are hoping for better prices for their product, notwithstanding the competition of the olive srowers of Tunis. The Long Syrup Refining Company, San Francisco, has contracted for about all of the Pajaro Valley crop of loganberries and it is said, is paying good prices for them. It has contracted for large quantities of strawberries and raspberries.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Tod Sloane in Despair [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

Tod Sloane in Despair NEW YORK.— According to a cablegram from London to the World, Tod Sloan despairs of obtaining a renewal of his riding license from the English jockey club. He has been canvassing all the most influential men connected with the turf, but has found no support. "~ —

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Railway Bill Rejected [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

Railway Bill Rejected | OTTOWA.— The Alaska and Northern Railway bill, providing for a railway from Pyramid harbor to Dawson, has been rejected by the senate railjway committee.

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AletliotiH til CurinK Jangle Fever. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

AletliotiH til CurinK Jangle Fever. I {jot over my attack, but it was a marvel that 1 did. Cue morning my doctor tiled me till there was scarcely a drop of blood left In my body. He then gave mo 40 grains of calomel, aud in the evening, as the fever was still raging, he ordered me to be taken out to the yard of my quarters, laid on a bare rattan couch aud buckets of cold water thrown over me for about 20 minutes! I was then put back to bed and fortunately fell asleep for several hours. After some weeks on the sick list. I was able to returu to my post at Koriiegnllt*.— "Fii'ty Years In Ceylon."

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VI! I 1..-.'.!< y ,;i Mi) i|. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

VI! I 1.. -.'.!&amp;lt; y ,;i Mi) i|. From a review !m Scit&amp;gt;i:.v of Do Mor tillt't's jriviit work n:i jitclilFtoiic times the follmyiiiii :s (yiiiilensi'tl. Twelve chapters nn« ih-vcieil id iln&amp;gt; question of tertiary in:; n It Is cmiclr.deil that while nia:i did not exist duriuß this period. pivrtusoiN or ni:;;i inoro intelligent Minn any of tho living anthropoids did exist. IMilicfanHiicpiis enrtns Is considered ns tlio iiiiiiicdhite precursor of man. The Calaveins skull is rejected. The paleolithic period Is considered as? oorrespotidin.u to the early quarternary! and 222.(10(1 years is assigned as the length of tills period. Add to this uumber 1(1.000 years for t!n&amp;gt; protohistoric and ueulittiic periods and 0.000 years more for the historic period, and we have 2.'55.0(M) years, which Is. according to the authors, a moderate estimate of man's autiquit.v. A folding pocket camera, making 3%x3i£ pictures, for $11.25. No experience required to make p...

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TO CURE ANY DISEASE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

TO CURE ANY DISEASE The Chiimo SliiHt be Itvmoved, Smiiki Way With lluixlrurr Kill the germ that causes dandruff, falling hair and baldness, and you will have no more dandruff, and your hair must grow luxuriantly. Herpiclde not only contains the dandruff germ destroyer, but it is also a most delightful hair dressing for regular toilet use. No other hair preparation is on this scientific basis of destroying the dandruff germ than Newbro's Herplcide.

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A Dad Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

A Dad Judge. Some roars nso King Edward VII, then Prince of Wnles. was a guest at a country house In England, and. pickIng up a sporting paper In the billiard room one morning, wns scon deep In Its content*. A clergyman, also n guest, noticed ttds. and. sidling up, naked In a tone that was meant to carry reproof. "Is your royal highness really Interested In that paper?" The prince glanced around., "I never read anything I do not feel Interested In." he remarked. The clergyman, though, would not bo denied. "Do you know, your royal highness, that one of my frle'nds has lost hundreds of pounds by betting on horse racing and has never won anything?" he asked. "Well," said the prince as he turned to another column, "he must have been a very bad judge of horseflesh."

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Letting 'Em Down Easy. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

Letting 'Em Down Easy. Roberts— Have you heard anything about Thompson's affairs since the failure? When does he expect to resume? Peters— Just as soon ns the creditors become reconciled to the fact that they won't get a cent.— Harlem Life. The ancient Mexicans had n year of 18 months of 20 days each. Some Polynesian languages have only seven consonants.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

Loss of Appetite Is Loss of Vitality, Vigor, Tone. Thnt stnnrifl to rcawm. It is common in tlio Spring, when the blood, which needs cleansing, fails i to give the organs the stimulus nccj cssaiy for tlio proper performance of their functions. Hood's Sarsaparilla cleanses the blood, restores appetite, gives vitality, vigor, tone — this is j one of the reasons why it's called the I Greatest Spring Medicine. Take it. " I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and it has created a good appetite and cleansed my blood." Adolph Rhode, Plattsmoutb, Neb. "My little brother had no appetite. He has taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and now gets hungry like any other boy." Maud Kiloore, Alden, Kan. J Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promise.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of See Fac-Slmlle Wrapper Below. Very email and as easy to take as sugur. |«AD« ADT rr D * C |FOR HEADACHE. iI'AK! tt\O FOR DIZZINESS. !»li STYLE FOR BILIOUSNESS. IIIVFR FOR TORPID LIVER. M p: |i Tg FOR CONSTIPATION. IVjl FOR SALLOV/ SKIW. .S&amp;amp;gSSa | FOR THE COMPLEXION n ; cStto I Purely .TcgetaDlo.X^***^**^ CURE SICK HEADACHE. BLOOD "t'IBI'AHETS do ull clnlmcd for tliem aud are a iruiy wonderful lueuicine. I have otten wished for a medicine pieut.aiil to take and at last have found it lu Cascureis. Since takins them, my blood lias oeen minlled and hit coinplexkin has Improved nrunUor Hilly nml 1 feel much better in everr war." Mils. SALl.it; IS. Stl.l.i us. l.utirull. Tcuu. EB xjj^ &amp;amp;r CATHARTIC &amp;gt;2|W^ TRAOf MARK RIOISTIRCO Jfa^ Pleasant. Palatabie. Potent. Taste Good. Do Qood Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. lUc. 25c 50c. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Ilirlfct lt, M ,d, &amp...

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A BIG STRIKE NOW PENDING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

A BIG STRIKE NOW PENDING Half a Million Machinists and Metal Workers Will be Affected Employers Not Willing to Arbitrate Wage Question Except With Employes —12 1-2 Per Cent Increase Wanted WASHINGTON.— A general strike, Involving directly 150,000 machinists, and indirectly 500,000 men in the metal working trades, is expected to take place on May 20, unless some arrangement Is effected in the meantime. This is the statement made by President James O'Connell, of the International Association of Machinists, who has his headquarters in this city. The demands of the men, the refusal of which threatens to precipitate the strike, Mr. O'Connell said, are for a working day of nine hours . and an increase of 12% per cent, in wages, or, In other words, ten hours pay for nine hours work. The matter, he said, has been under consideration for some time, and every effort has been made by the machinists' association to avoid resorting to a strike, but such action, he says, is now necessary if the w...

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Wild Horses for the Army [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

Wild Horses for the Army VANCOUVER, B. C— Hundreds of horses which have been running wild for past years on the plains between Lilluoit and Cariboo and Okanagon are being captured for the British government, for service in South Africa. An imperial army officer is now at Kamloops buying them as fast as they come in. The horses are of good size, most of them being mustangs in-bred with domestic horses that have been lost by the ranchers at various times and joined the wild herds.

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NEW YORK'S POSSIBILITIES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

NEW YORK'S POSSIBILITIES Empire City to Forge Ahead of London in Ten Years NEW YORK.— There is a strong possibility that in ten years tEe United States can boast the largest city In the world. If New York continues to Increase In population at the rate of the past ten years, for the coming ten, and London's percentage of gain continues the same, the metropolis of the new hemisphere will lead the cities of the world in population instead of that honor remaining in the British isle. In composing the census returns ot- if • KM ••«•••« tamed last year, and this respectively of New York and London, the two stand thus: Pop at Inc. in present census. Decade. London 4,536,034 7.3 New York 3,437,202 37.8 If the two cities maintain their relative rate of increase in population during the next ten years, the population of the two cities can be estimated for 1911 to be: New York 6,874,402 London 4,853,554

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EightJSheep Shearers Held Up [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

EightJSheep Shearers Held Up SALT LAKE, Utah.— A special to the Tribune from Evanston, Wyo., says that eight sheep shearers returning from Rock Springs were held up by two men in the railway yards and robbed of sums ranging from $50 to $100 each. The shearers, who had recently been paid, were endeavoring to beat their way to their homes in Utah and Idaho in a box car. The two robbers, one carrying a lantern, the other a gun, climbed into the box car, coolly ordered the eight to hold up their hands and then searched them scientifically and thoroughly. This done, they locked the men in the car and escaped.

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AMERICAN FINED BY THE RUSSIANS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

AMERICAN FINED BY THE RUSSIANS A Citizen of St. Paul Has to Pay a Heavy Penalty CHICAGO.— L. D. Home, a naturalized American citizen and a member of a wholesale firm in St. Paul, has been forced by the Russian government, of which country he is a native, to pay a fine of 600 roubles amounting to $350. Mr. Home received notice several months ago from Russia that the fine had been Imposed because he did not serve his time in the Russian army. Through the American minister at St. Petersburg he arbitrated the matter, claiming exemption because of now being an American citizen. He desired to go to Russia in person, but the American official Informhim that it would be exceedingly difficult to secure his release from the arrest which would surely ensue as soon as he entered the Czar's domain. The Russian government attached the homestead of Mr. Home's parents at Niesen, Northern Russia, to secure payment of the fine. Mr. Home's parents are aged and their only property is their home. To pre...

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Photographer Killed [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

Photographer Killed ROSSLAND, B. C— Edgar Petch, a young amateur photographer, was dashed to pieces while out in the mountains. He climbed on a projecting limb, hanging over a chasm, so that a companion could photograph him as he hung suspended. In trying to return his strength became exhausted and he fell into the rocky chasm below. He was instantly killed.

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A WEALTHY FARMER'S AWFUL DEED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

A WEALTHY FARMER'S AWFUL DEED Kills His Wife and Attempts to Murder Her Son BLOOMINGTON, 111.— On a farm near here Merritt Chisholm Rilled his wife. As she was starting to church in a buggy with the two little daughters of Chism, her stepdaughter, a quarrel arose. Chism jumped Into the buggy, and with a knife cut his wife's face and neck. He then threw her into the road, jumped upon her and stabbed her repeatedly. Her son, Harry Freeland, aged 12, struck at Chism with a ball bat. Chism wrested the bat from the lad and struck his wife three times with it, smashing her skull and dashing her brains out. Then he tried again to stab the woman. Harvey caught the hand in which was the knife. Chism drew the knife through Harvey's hand, almost severing the fingers, and stabbed Harvey in the arm. Chism then fled across the field and tried to drown himself In a well. The water was not deep enough, and he climbed out and went to the house of a son, where be tried to kill himself with a revolver...

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CLEARED OF MURDER CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901

CLEARED OF MURDER CHARGE Charles H. Eastman, the Harvard Instruct* or, Found Not Guilty CAMBRIDGE, Mass.— After a long and dramatic trial, Charles H. Eastman, the Harvard instructor, was acqutited of the charge of murdering his brother-in-law, Richard Grogan, Jr., while at target practice on July 4 last. The Jury, after listening for nearly three weeks to a mass of testimony, followed by two days of argument, debated five hours and a half before reaching a verdict. When the verdict was announced there was a demonstration among the 150 spectator*) which the court officers were unable to suppress for some minutes. The young man's father, who has stood loyally by his side through the long strain and who has spared no expense in lawyers and experts to clear his son of the charge, was the first to press his hand as he stepped from the prisoner's cage. Before the jury left their seats, Eastman went over and shook hands with each one, and then passed out into the anteroom, where he was gre...

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