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ANOTHER RAILROAD [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
ANOTHER RAILROAD It now begins to look like San Diego county is to have railroads to spare. They are coming from every direction. The I/Os Angeles Mining Review is authority for the following: A dispatch from Santa Ke, N. M., last Wednesday, states that incorpation papers of the New Mexico-Southwestern Railway Company have been filed in that city. The stated object is the construction of a railway (180 miles) from Xl Paso, Texas, to the New Mexico-Arizona border, where it will connect with a road to be called the Arizona Southwestern, to be built to San Diego Cal. If that road is built it will open uy a lot of new mining territory in San Diego county.
GEORGE C. HUNT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
GEORGE C. HUNT Notable among the men connected with the reclamation of this arid region is the name of George C. Hunt of Los Angeles. Mr. Hunt has a large tract of land near Cameron lake, and has been at the Cameron camp several days. He spent Tuesday night here on his return to the city. Before leaving Wednesday morning he said that he never saw any work progress more nicely than that of putting in the canal, and said it would bo ready to receive the water from Salton channel inside of one more week, [at which time the water would be there. In fact he said the the water has already reached that'j&gt;oint, and only awaits the finishing touches of the canal work, which are being put on very rapidly. He thought water ought to reach Imperial in one week after it is turned in from the Salton, which means that the water will be here in two weeks. While at the camp Mr. Hunt let from 1,000 to 1,500 acres of land to men who are working on the canal, which will be planted to feed stu...
PRESS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
PRESS NOTES Newton Crook, of Wayne county,. Ohio, beat a the record of the Chicago urofe*«w&gt;r. He »ay» he's never kissed a woman, never u»cd liquor .or tobacco and never had a razor on hit face, or had hiit photo taken. He's either singularly free from minor vice* or el«« he'll chum up alongside old Ananias when he croftftc* the divide. One thing iii favor of hi* veracity i* that he ha* lived to be &lt;»8 yearn old without the lightning chasing him, but there wa»a half ton mctocr fell in Maryland the other night -may be that, it wan after the all too straight Crook and missed its way. BlPaso Herald. Texan, Louisiana, Arkanv** Oklahoma and Indian Territory, jmssrss a tjreatcr number of agricultural and horticultural reaourccH than any ntate or states, territory or territories, in the American Union. It would not Infar wrong to nay that thin section can produce profitably all that other utate* can produce profitably, and in addition all which they cannot profitably ...
THE BOOT ON THE OTHER LEG [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
THE BOOT ON THE OTHER LEG From the Western Graphic It in a tradition that the ancient Kgjptian priests and the Roman augurs were wont to laugh in each other's face*, while fooling the people at the top of their bent. The high and mighty allicH who arc engaged in the work of diitpoiling China must perforce indulge in many a seance of this kind. When they come to pronounce the word ••indemnity" the temptation to the broad guffaw must Ik; very great indeed. In our wild and wooly West there is a catchword about knocking a man down and then kicking him for falling. This i» about the experience the Chinese are undergoing. With the exception of the United States, which is unlearned in the artsof robl&gt;ery, and han always hliowij knightly and most modest avoidance of the role of bully and spoliator, the jjowcrn vrlio are just now engaged in the business of bulldozing the Celestial empire, are displaying themselves unblushingly in the role of highwaymen. The probability is that Chi...
New BtilldlflQt Going Up [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
New BtilldlflQt Going Up \ arious obstacles, mainly lack of carpenters, have canned considerable delay in the completion of the Christian church and parsonage, and other buildings, all of which are really in course of construction, though no great headway has an yet been made on any of them. W. F. Holt, who is having these buildings erected, reachhere Tuesday, after an absence of a week, and gave it out that he wa» very much displeased with tho progress of the work, hence he had cngagrd the services of four men who are now completing the unfinished buildings. The city of Imperial will present a different appearance in a few weeks.
JUST CEFORE GOING TO PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
JUST CEFORE GOING TO PRESS Work on the canal at Cameron it; being pushed day and night and it is thought the water will be in this town ] I during the next week. It in (lowing' in ' a large body by Cameron and will be turned this way in a few days. I. W. Gleasoii brought the following I j party over from Riverside: David, [Pyle, K. C. Donovan and Robert Jen- ; [sin. They are now at Hlue lake. Will return here tomorrow. I".. A. Slanc of Los Angeles, is in charge of the mechanical work on the lumber sheds of Holt Brothers. Arthur Razey of Riverside is painting the town white this week. I&lt;. C. Vickrey of hVdlaiuls is here doing carpenter work.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
DON'T FAIL jT^ To advertise your business in our large special edition. 5,000 readers guaranteed. WRITE FOR PRICES AND LIMITED SPACE rjr Cfte dotd Diadem | *****7mperial, California***** ; &lt;&gt; ' joj o Offers tuperior accommodations to landVscekcrs, tourists and the public. ■ I: ; f t HsttM $2.50 per day "c Imperial Land (£ Proprietors i j* , : | Holt Brothers $ Imperial, California, %£ 3f . Dealers '&gt; " » * J General | | Merchandise | . ■ •* See us when you want to buy anything Sfe S Before placing your next order f i P"l Coming this wav? I m Jim t then you are interested &amp;! S J***+S in knowing bow to reach s5 I ""Imperial Settlement, I II 1 ™ New River Country! Take the S. P. train f&amp; § to Flowing We 115.... |jj At this |K&gt;int you get tir&gt;t class accommodations at the McCAULj^ LEY HOUSE. G. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs ;i regular JJj &amp;n stage line from that place t*» Imporial, leaving Fl...
An Old f»t Jrrtrr 9rhoolbon«r. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
An Old \f»t Jrrtrr 9rhoolbon«r. Tbe pupil of today would think b!« opportunities very jrrvat If bo could tee tbe school equipment of a bundml rcsrsajro. A Morris county (N. J.l *cbool of thai period I* thus dewrilK'd in an ol J letter of one of Its attendants: The building ttas constructed of loss, and Instead of glaas for windows, sheepskins wt-rv stretched over tbe apertures ujad&lt;* by j-awln;: off an occaElonal !o^. Tbe windows tad one merit— tbey prevented pupils from beins Interrupted la their study by vrhat was poiuj; on outside. Tbe time vras rv?ulat&lt;-d by an boursla-.*. and the pupils drank water from a tumbler made of a cow'a born or from a ground tbelL In spite of tlK^se differences of equipment, tbe whools of a century aso resembled those of today In one notable respect— tb«*y bad for tbe tnost part the Eame ?rt-at literary works tbat are the standards of our language now. The greatest literature is fortuaatel) tbe possession of many centuries.
H«m» « Mhilih llnmnr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
H«m» « Mhilih llnmnr. litre art* *••»&gt;■.!• *j» v* of childish humor from the Chlonco Nown: •*&lt;Uj. mamma." exclaimed 4-year-oM rioftsle n» »he o!w»* r\v\\ tho iikhu» In It;* second quatter. 'Vutne nud loott nt the tuoon. Half of It I* pushed Into the fky. and the Other hnlf Is Mlcklng out." Totnmy. acitl .*». !... 5 Ijovii hu*y w lilt* tllnp and manafifti to rttts n Mister on Ms hnnd which onusnl a ullcht break In the skin, liiianlng to hi* mother, ho nboncd It to bor and Mid. "Mmmua. I pirM I'm U'plnnlnj: to woorout." "l»ld they ,sltUI nny pr%*tty *oi\iz* at Sundnj nct.ooiy nskn! a mothor of hrr little -lyonr-oM dnughtor ujh&gt;h bor return homo. "t&gt;nly one," replied the little mI.«A. "It wan ttotuctblofi aU&gt;ut Greenland*!! icx^ creatn mountains." Papa— Well, Willie, bate you Uvn n pvxnl l&gt;ojr to*lny? Small Willie— Did you ask mntnuia? "Why should I n&lt;«k bor? l»on't you know whether you hare Uvn p\»od or notT"...
Called !!!• Papn Down. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
Called !!!• Papn Down. LlM'i* Willy Is a bright l»oy and a eaocj t*oy. His apt onswers havo often turnrd awnt wrath nnd ofton turned It upon blr.i strongly. The other day his faihor was reprimanding him for some misdeed, and Willy was answering verjr saucily. The father trcaaje very angry and. f.iz.i.,- tbe youmrster by tbe collar, said: "See here, young man. you must cot :alk like tbat to me. 1 uercr gave my fatber ImpodcDce wben I was o boy." Willy wns not foazed nt all. With n cherubic j»mi!t» be looketl Into papa's ryes and &amp;aM. "But. papa, maybe your fattier tildn'l n*M&gt;«l it." 'Tnas all off. Willy eM-ajM-il pnnlsbment. while [»apa retired to oc^;L:r room.—Albany Jour
Til* ft««r<tklna ftho* No Morr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
Til* ft««r&lt;tklna ftho* No Morr. ••S«jufailnir shoe«. M wld n dealer, "nn» no more, though of coarso you haven't not lord It. Stop a minute, though, and think. Isn't It true that for yearn jou hnven't come acroM a «.ju« n'uinc iboel The tliltifi that PftUtcd the trvuble wan n loOM plinre of li-ath i r In the ftole. Tht*, an yoti walked, worked notuewhat like n hvllow* or nn noMrdlon. uiul prtnt wn« the ftouml Ihrrc of. All shoos nre now mMvinl-innny of thorn u*od ti» Ik* pCffffcd-&gt;IIOd sowing do*** away vrltti any loow plocea «if leather in tho solo and, ihercfore, with the squeak n-» woll. 1 don't U'liovo that If you soarohod a work you would N? at&gt;lo to iltnl n Htiuonklu}; shi&gt;o tv Philadelphia."- rhlladolphla rrt&gt;ss.
Cntnrrh Cannot He Cured [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
Cntnrrh Cannot He Cured With LOCAL Arn.lCATlo.V*. an thcjTunnot rrarb thr»cat(&lt;( tbtdUcatO. ' ivTurrh i« a I '. .n| or comtltutional ■'.:•.*•&lt;• mi'J in nrtlrr to • urr tt jou muni take Internal rrmr&lt;llr&lt;. llall't Catarrh i'utv It takrn intrrnalljr.atitt «• t« .!lr«. ily on the »:•&lt;•) •ij-1 rnuruuut turfarc*. llall'i Catarrh Cttrv l» not a &lt;|ua&lt;k motlrinc. It «m jrr*. r :!«••! br one of '»•■ U'»t |&gt;h}*lrtan« In Ihlt rountrr (or &gt;.-&lt;»:• ami It a rrKiuar |&gt;re*&lt;'Hr&gt; tlon. It It coutpt&gt;*r«l ol the br»t tottlo knoMii. t .!!•.:»!:..! with '.:.« t • •: bliM»| |-:ri'..T.. artlUK dtrtrilj" on the murou» turfarr*. Ihe j-. rf'&lt; i vcmbinaiion «&gt;( the two Inirrniknti U what jr.-'.u- « • « ■.■■ l\ nonitcrtul rr»uitt tv curing »'aUmh. -«-:;-t (&lt;&gt;r tr«tlmonlatt. (rrf F. J. CUSXEY &amp; CO . rrot»«...
A Orou nil-Hi ( orminlion. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
A Orou nil-Hi ( ormin lion. A corouatioti withuut :i itowu itnunda distinctly Iristi. yt-l -»»:»!• wan 111 ffT«s t the eervujony in wliloh UtMiry 111 took the most prouilmnit part nt tilouev*ter on Uot. -&gt;. I -US. Oh tills occnMlou n plain clrWi* wan t:s«tl lus tend of a crown, nlittli had l»»i-n lost with the jewels nt.d otUor Im^'agf of King Johu In pa»Rlri« tho marshos of Lynn or the Wash uoar Wisboacu. -London Telesrapb.
%t»n«nr<nu >nnr Slno. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
%t»n«nr&lt;nu &gt;nnr Slno. Put this in your pl|M» ami stnoke It: Tli«*r*» is nlwayj* roiiip cbap smarter than the chap you think Ih the smnrto**t on enrth-monulnu yourself. You nre a wonderful Juil^o of human nature. hut don't measure your man too cbnfldently. for Oil lliu'ej In 100 you'll find tbe suit doesn't (it. Never play fuvorlies. The lightweight today. In youi measurement, will be the bearyvrelglit to:::trro\v. Old f rU«ntl«. Ilko old wine. will in the end prove best. Never zo back on no old friend unless you him pleiitjr of money well invrstitl. I'os nested of .i Imu* bntik acrount nnd Cusbeil with su&lt;«»fu»-tl:e mlsohlof take friendjj. old cud now!— New York Press.