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Army Supplies [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Army Supplies WASHINGTON.— A general or^'r Issued by tho war department amends the army regulations so as to allow of tho procurement of supplies and tho engagement of •ervlcea In tho nrmy by oral agreement. In tho manner com* rnon among hunlne** men, when there Is ii« tirnn for advertisement. Another paragraph of tho regulations In amended so that military ft' re« and public property condemned and ordc/od «oM mny bo either disposed of for cash at public auction, or to tho highest bidder In sealed proTho sale may bo impended by tho Officer In charge when In his opinion bettor prices can bo obtained, except in the case of condemned animals.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Cuban Trade [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Cuban Trade WASHINGTON.— Tho total value of merchandise Imported Into Cuba during the flrnt ten months of 1900 was $55,149,109 and for the same period of WSJ. $51,325,732, an Increase of $823,377. The exports aI ho showed an Increase. The figures for the period stated of 1899 were $40.8D3Q8, while tor 1900 they were $41,439,955, or an Increase of $540,317. Cuba's trade with the United States nhows a decrease of $487,455 In ImP'.Arta and $0,438,007 In exports.

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SUICIDES IN POLICEMAN'S GRIP [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

SUICIDES IN POLICEMAN'S GRIP A Man Atlrmpfi (o Murder a Young ' Woman but Fails PHILADELPHIA.— A sensational attempt at murder and suicide took place at a hotel hero when John A. .!• rikirm of Brooklyn attempted to kill a young woman named Mao Barber of this city and then blew his brains out while In tho grasp of a patrolman. Just at midnight a policeman heard a Kcrcarn from a window of tho fourth floor and saw a woman hanging from tho window by her dress. Tho officer rushed up tho stairway and met a man hurrying down. He seized the man who suddenly drew a revolver and blew hl.t own brains out. The woman was rescued from her perilous position and gave her name as Mac Barber. She said she and Jenkins had taken a room and Jenkins had declared his Intention of killing her and himself and, at the point of a revolver, he had forced her to write a farewell note. Watching her opportunity, she had sprung from the window and her dress caught and held her fast.

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Anarchists Protest [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Anarchists Protest NEWYORK.— A cable dispatch of i which this is a translation, has been sent to Rome by the central group of Italian anarchists In New York: "MinUter Sanardelll, Rome, Italy: Against the execrable assassination Ju»t committed by the modern Inquisitors of Italy the anarchists of New York protest with all their power, and I notify you that they hereby inaugurate a renewal of war. (signed.) "ANARCHISTS."

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Doctor and CrooKs [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Doctor and CrooKs WAVER LY. Ohio.— Dr. W. T. Wallace engaged in a duel with four robbers and saved the First National bank and the postoffiee from being burglarized. The doctor lives on the second floor of the building and was awakened by the nolso. He exchanged shots with | the burglars and a trail of blood | proves that his argument is good. j The crooks made their escape from ' town on a freight train.

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Canadian Wealth for Klondike [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Canadian Wealth for Klondike SEATTLE.— An official (statement received at Dawson from Ottawa, show 3 that up to the first of this year the total royalty collected from the Klondike placer mines by the Canadian government amounts to $2,040,192.61. The total revenue received by the Canadian government from the Yukon territory, since 1596, amounts to $4,-

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Hanna Gets Options [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Hanna Gets Options TOLEDO.— M. A. Hanna & Co. have secured options on almost the entire Mnssillon coal district. The output of the properties amounts to over a million tons per year. As the land Is largely upon the Wheeling railroad. It la thought that the deal is part of the one by which George J. Gould secured control of the Wheeling.

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The Destructive Pea Louse [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

The Destructive Pea Louse In a recent bulletin of the Delaware Experiment Station. A. D. Sanderson gives the following Information with regard to the destructive pea louse: "The destructive pea louse destroyed fifty-six per cent, of the Delaware pea crop in 1599 and with dry weather caused a loss of forty-seven per cent, in 1900. Injury was much worse to peas sown broadcast or in S-inch drills. The lice feed upon clover In late fall, winter and spring. Large numbers of the lice are destroyed by parasitic and predaceous Insects, but more by a fungous disease. This disease Is more prevalent In wel springs when the lice are consequently less numerous. If practicable, clover badly Infested with lice should be deeply plowed under and rolled to prevent their spread to peas. . Peas planted upon well-fertilized land, and frequently cultivated, will sometimes bear a fair crop though attacked by tho lice. Plant only In rows eighteen to thirty Inches apart. Do not plant late peas next season. ...

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Boers Dash Into Gape Colony [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Boers Dash Into Gape Colony MII)IjLI:SBURG. Transvaal.— T h c commandoes of Krltzlnger, Van Reenm at o Pou"hc debouched and crossed tht rd lrc.i'l. They dashed southward, {ciuvadinc the more populous dis-tiii-s of Cape Colony. Foucne's command » njs been resting many weeks in the mountains. General Botha has asked 'jei*eral Dewet to meet him, says tiie iV. ttcia correspondent of the daily mafi. to ci.'scuss the situation.

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Tiilman and McLaurin Resign [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Tiilman and McLaurin Resign COLUMBIA, S. C. May 25.— As the outcome of a spirited debate between United States senators B. F. Tillman and John F. McLaurln, at Gaffney today, both of them have put their resignations In the hands of Governor McSweeney to take effect November 15. They have resigned with the understanding that they are to go before the people of the State In a joint canvass, and that the sentiment of the people is to be voiced in a Democratic primary to be held In November. Tillman was last summer re-elected to the United States senate for six years, and McLatirin has yet two years to serve. Should Tillman be sustained McLaurln's seat will be vacant. If McLaurin Is successful, he will succeed to Tlllman's long term. ATLANTA. Ga.— A special to the Corst'tut : o., from Gaffney, S. C. says: Senator McLaurln. when asked about the resignation, said: "TJllman made a bluff and I called him. All I desire is a free, fair and open fight on the issues upon which we differ. I earne...

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Assosjin Brejci Commits Suicide [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Assosjin Brejci Commits Suicide ROJT/.— Brescl, the assassin of the late*^.\.lng Humbert, has committed suicide at the penitentiary of San Stefauo.

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MINES AND MINING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

MINES AND MINING Having succeeded in exploiting the big deal in Utah by which the Uingham property was acquired by an eastern syndicate. Col. Oliver P. Posey, well known in Los Angeles, It Is reported, will take a trip to Europe, accompanied by Clarence K. MeCormiek, of Salt Lak»\ who assisted In the deals; Mr. Posey Is now reported in Boston, whence he will sail after a trip to New York to conclude minor details of nls mining Interests. — L. A. Herald. According to the Trinity journal, the Gold Dollar placer mine on Cunyqn Creek, owned by James K. Davis arid A. GUzean, promises to bo as remarkable as tho famous SweopMa.t s gravel mine, which It closely rot'inbles in tho quality and character t,f the gravel. Some Idea can bj ft" mod M its richness from tho fact that the 1 es» par prospects have run from $4 to $1' to the pan. Tho greatest slnrlo piece of gold picked up on the bed rock weighed $15.92. Near tho point of discovery six partly fllKl sacks of gravel yielded $19.35. From an...

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THE SALESWOMAN [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

THE SALESWOMAN WHY IT IS SOMETIMES HARD FOR HER TO BE PLEASANT A Clerk in a Sliniifmpoll* Dry Good* Store Tell* How She Became Able to Perform Her Duties Kuaily . From thr ktnacapotit Journal ' Have you ever stopped to tnink that the position of a saleswoman In a largo dry good 3 store is a particularly trying one? Working long hours, being compelled to stand most of the time, and being expected to look pleasant regardless of suffering which she may be enduring, is it any wonder that weak, nervous women find it impossible to follow this occupation? Everyone will be interested in the experience of Mrs. Nellie M. Tomlinson. of 311S Minnehaha avenue, Minneapolis, Minn., who is a clerk In one of the large dry goods stores of that city. She says: "When I was eight years of age I had the scarlet fever and it left me with weak kidneys and a complication of diseases. I was nervous and finally became so bad that I left school and did not go for an entire term. I had headache all the time and...

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

I jJ^ouWantaliomc tll^Southcrn California| | M At the Government Price of $1.25 per Acre? g| y!?!Li!IJ! LJgjLy^JJJPJOLM vvor ' (I at the lowest P p ' ce ever O R e M? S S These can be had nowhere but in the I I, IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT | I! | In tlie Eastern part of San Diego County, California .1. ■•'.-.■ f The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and Sau Diego counties in Southern California and extending2" down into lA>\ver California, comprises about 1.000,000 acres of level, irrigable laud that has been made during the past *&? aires by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado River. vfr The ImiK-rial Setttlement is located in San DieKO county, east of the New- River, and comprises 500,000 acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. 320 acres can be taken up by each person under the 'Jj ' ! desert ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901

Imperial Press. "WaUr is King- fare Im Its Kingdom." VOL. I. IMPERIAL. CAL., SATURDAY, JUNE 8 t 1901. NO. 8.

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AT IMPERIAL TOWNSITE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901

AT IMPERIAL TOWNSITE The Development of a Great Water System With Good land and an Abundance of Water the Possibilities of this Section Can Hardly be Imagined Kditor hberle of the Downey Champion, who wa* here recently, tells of his trip in the following: After a refreshing night's sleep ye editor was out of bed at 5:30 o'clock Thursday morning enjoying the magnificent view of mountain and plain. A lofty mountain range in the form of a mule's shoe encircles this valley in all directions, except to the southward, thr valley reaching in that direction to the Gulf of California, about «><> miles below the international boundary line, 16 miles south of Imperial. Westward from Imperial the foothills are 12 or 15 miles distant and north* ward in the direction of Flowingwell about 3" miles. The sun rose bright and clear; no fog here obscures the morning huh before us, a broad treeless plain, leveled and cleared by nature's hand, ready for the waiting plowma...

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PACIFIC COAST ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901

PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condensed Report of the Important Happenings During the Week Burnett Trouble* Cause- Suicide— A Bit; SquirrcJ Tail Catch -More Rural Free Delivery Spaniard* Urge Family SAN KKANCISt O. — rranK jun™. the proprietor Of a *odn t*ater and randy Mnnd. committed »ulriuc s-atur-day by inhahns gas. llusincM troubles are thought to haTe caused his act, SAN FRANCISCO —Richard Clayton quartermaster** clerk on the transport Sheridan, did net rcjort for duty Saturday when the resSttl sailed fox Manila I'poa investigation of the books and account* U «* alleged that a *hortage was discovered. The matter «a* reported to Genera. Long, and steps were at once taken to apprehend Clayton Thirty-two thousand squirrel tails were thought into the county clerks office at Vlsalla Saturday from the White river country. This is the largest amount ever brought In by on* squirrel hunter. The bounty on these tails ataounter to l*^>Additional rural free delivery service will be est...

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TO DESTROY ORCHARD PESTS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901

TO DESTROY ORCHARD PESTS George Compu'# Researches in Foreign Countries SAN FRANCISCO.— George Compre. special agent to foreign countries for the California State Hoard of Horticulture, has returned on the steamer Sonoma from Australia, after an absence of marly two years. The whole lime has been spent by him If searching lor parasite-destroying insects, for the benefit of the orchards of this State, and nearly every steamer from Australia since he arrived there has brought --r"romsißnrrK-nt of ladybirds cr other parasites, which have been distributed by th* Hoard of Horticulture. A thing Compre noticed while In Australia was the extensive market that existed for good lemons, the native product being eitremely poor quality, and the Italian fruit exclusively in use. He believes that California lemon growers would find a good market at Melbourne and Sydney, although freight rates are rather high.

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PROPERTY SOLD [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901

PROPERTY SOLD The President of San Salvador is a Bankrupt OAKLAND— Property belonging to Don Carlos Kzeta. former president of Ban Salvador, and bis wife. Josefa de Kreta, wan bold at public sale to satUfy claims for money advanced to them during the last year. The family Jewelry and a pi* -re of real pr*l*erty In Kruitvale wero valued at between 17000 and $5000. The I'nlon National rank had a claim for II4SO. Jomr* M. Kills* claim was for 1 1 ISO, The bank's claim will be satisfied frtini tho proceed* of the wile of the real property, which wore sold to Jonah Taylor for tssso. Kills neoured the family Jewelry, which tho BfCtat claimed wn» worth a! out 120)0. In partial payment of hit claim, and also put In a claim for the balance of the proceeds of the sale, of tho real property. The Jewelry wa» transferred to him by private agreement.

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