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THE WILY WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

THE WILY WIDOW. And thr > lalta lo llrr of 5ollor« Xlle* ntttl Glte*. The widow in a resident cf Brooklyn. Two of ber fricn«l« nre stot-kbrokcrs In Wall aad follow club member*, but they bail never ppoken of her to each other. And the widow \\:;h wary. While her uilml wn* untlcclUctl Rbe eucvuirosiM both ami h'rraascO that they cnll on ilifTor\':it occasions. But one evenlnc. unfortunately, the two suitors met. and the> situation became crobarrassIns. Giles, who hatl cntenHl first, toUevol Uc bad the rl^bt of possesslonu Nile* was of opinion that the earlier callersbould take his leave first. Therefore botjh tnrrii\l. At leogtb, a< the hour v.-ns prowlns late. Nllcs raspMted that they depart together anil discuss a matter of Interest to their club o:i their homeward trsr. Gl!e?, usable to Crul a real excuse, asrvvtl. Toother they t»oarileO a car and together reached the ferry for Manhattan borough. At this Juncture Nile?, romewhat utinecessarily, it ...

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Prof«*«»son« ol O»rrrro«jrd. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Prof «*«»son« \ol O»rrrro«jrd. There Is a deartti o» thoroughly tra.netJ mea In all profession*. The more exact Ids the cortiliiloiifl the greater th«.neid. The thoroughly trained man nowadays mn«l Ih? a college man. The unlrer»ifl<s are unlus every effort to train cam alons »l*cclal lines for definite efficiency In Konictblog. The oM Idea of college eUacatloh as general culture !•» |>a«»sifis away. The university tnk*-s men a* they are and makes the iao*t out of what tiny can <10. A man today In America I* foolish to be "Mlf mode" when better tricann are at band. It In equally drAteU to choose a §4 If taught f::i:j r.t njralnst other men vrho bare vrorked vrlih equal z*-m nod fo.-ct* and with much better advnttI'crxnerly n r:an of nn ero<*tJtlve turn, a lr.«!«-r In buslncits cr politics, found In a co!!c2<? education little tbat could l.»!;» bftn. Noir he find* everything. In the f-iture tlie coJle^e men will bo th«« n.ituml le...

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( I.cd i:«ih lir nail* [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

\ ( I.cd i:«ih lir nail* A clock otvmiJ lv KnslaiM »* fun uy listli ivbJcb fall Into pockets on the r'.w'ht »!de of n wheel, which rvvolrcs and optrntHi lUo «ork«. TboUallsdrop Into a drawer wbt-n the whttl revolt' til tnr ««iousb. Tbt* chick Is "wound Op" by I'lulng Ibe ball* «n a rcciD»ncle en tou of tbv clucks

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CARDLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

CARDLAND. tlluTitcfiilh «ntl«ir». After tin* advent »»f the hoiwe of linnlM ,r the favorite i:atm« ni court were "quadrille," on ItupnoTeuient <>f "onv bu." nil ••' ■::>»»« i.e." The palm nnd l,.««e« of the klngi and queetii were. n« "» n:l«\ restricted to IW guineas^ but on r«,lftti N*iftl»t It waa customary f«>r luoutanda t» change hands, <>n «>no bevnston Ixdy Cowpcr, n lady in trait* Ing, refused ft«r t!;c take *«f !»**r cbH« dron v* inkf |uirt In tt«»» pntnc, n-« none Ml down tj iln» table uith lew tlinti C2WX About iLo year Kio n r:»^i' t^r '•whl»k, M or tvlitst. ict In. but at rtrst ' It wan coimUU'ivtl too wise a pa mo for latllw to J»!:» l!». Purae, tUo blstorlnn, never went (•> bin! without Ills wUlit, n»ti ercn the prvat Johnson regretted that h»» \im\ not learned to play cnr<l!«. In 17 IJ "Hurry" Walnole fluda It obawh lutely necejuary to Itani "whlsk.V 'Imylnir walteU l» r...

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intrlUifncv of I'Uhri. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

intrlUifncv of I'Uhri. "Il<rr i* n rurioti* thing that flihen do ami oue that teem* clearly to ib'ow jjml lateHljfence," laid nn old fishermani "It might !■■«• t tint ttvo fiMic* son** f«et apart mn- the raii;<« object of prcjr, maybe « iroailcr fi»l*. ot Ibe lame lasfaol n»«l tLo7 might both <lnrt f»r it at '<nee an<l come violently Into collision^ while their prcj escaped. Now, that would t* when tlu«y IsmJ ea«h the lame cboocc <>t capturins what ibry wanted: they would both runkc o <! i-:» for it. M llut often I have »ecß *nxut\h\ng rery different banpeD. Of two larger fltbet following along *Me IT iW« "«•'• pretty well doted up t<»j:«ther. partulog n rnin* now, I bat* Mi-n Ibc rearmost »h«er off oij.l Id the «ith«*r follow bore It, apparently either becnai* h<- know be couldn't * reach it nn«l ibero wan do u«e of b!i tryIng any more «>r Urcauw !»«• knew thnt I...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Disfigured Skin Wtstftd mtmlf* tnl decAylns None*. Wh»t faitoel PcrofaU, nt ikmv, i» capable ol ail n>»t. and tmTf\ It »> cvmnionlj- marlr>l bf Nincnrt in \ht ttrvtt. mnammfttlon* In ibr »m* "^' I* t»U. <jn*rrh. sml BWWftl «IrMllit. It || nlnftjK rft«lJc.in.T nn.l |»crroanrntljr nirrtl t»y Hood's Sarsaparilta wi.uh Mpeli »JJ bainort, «res ail rn«j»tlon*. i»ihl build;* up the nboio »jr»tero, «i»Mhf r jouneor old. ii,^-. hr» r».t» R«5 »■!• iK» » t- «-Tit»tif « »«"* CITQ y**" r Tr7*.T"^T*T C*sr*&. So Cta «» ?wr»«««s*«« ■ 119 •An tr»t<i»»'» t.»«'f t»f. kUfc*'t«;rr»J >»n« SUMMER Is best time to cure CaUrrh BronchiUs and Consumption. Our remedy is guaranteed, $1.00. P. 0.81. 8 1 973W.g,SMJTB4C0.8ElIiIO,y.Y L.A.N.U. No. 31

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

A STARTLING STORY I OLD IIY A KANSAS CIIY NIWS AGENT. tit it it l»lrr»l««%% IU ItrUlr* IlitW lf« At* rMiuptUhrd What MrtitJ Olliet* II %%• l'<illril to ItOi Jnr»4 Williams, of So. i"i Delawarestreet, *«>» the Kansas I "»iy. M«» . Journal, I* well known an n enter* t»rhi»« nowa agent and a thoroughly reliable man. Ho hal boon a sufferer from kidney (rouble and endured much pain from It until recently, when t>«* trlctl I>r. Wllllami 1 IMnk lill* for Pale People and with such ■uccets (hat within a short time ho wan entirely and permanently cured. To a reporlcr ho told; "F«»r two year* I had palm In (ho back constantly, causing uw »erlou» Incdnvcnlcncc. Hut I did not ntt«'in!»t t <! > anything for my complaint until th»« latter part of Innt winter, when I saw an advcrtlfcment of I>r. Wllllarns 1 IMnk IMIU for Polo reoplo and decided to sco what V.wy would do for nw\ I wa» rt'H«»vf«l within one week aft« % r I t...

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WOMEN AND DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

WOMEN AND DREAMS. Rap«Mttilon vtmf t« rnr<* Hrm A tnott U <lif I •• i.***H:r«l l"nlr Srt, It d< ' n't miii potllblo that In thl« fuiik'iiti in «j nut superstition cotitd bo I iff ni.ni*,: tli* 1 rducnted, but fh«'r<' nr<? ncvcrttielpM n tumtirr «<f yotm;: worn« (ii v.h» converge fhi«ntly, If not iloijtuntly, l!i Iliirt* lan^Minuofi, nnd who r«ml Kpeoccr r.r I (frowning nn<l Knirrnon< '"it who |!.'i'(» n drcmnboofa with ib'tlr in»;.' o:i t: ; «« tnbtc bcjildc tlio lied nnd consult it lv the morulng tho first tlilnjf. Wft'i n crwlullt" v'.rthy of n DC^TO itjni.ii.y. If t! i ii- nlrrp han been visited v.iJli i;;n:f.:.l vUtiotti they KCizc this volume tit ►»r»;i «•« iliulr eyes nr<« f.'ihly open nriil look for an explanation, if nilsfortiiut! v foretotil by it. tlic seeker fift«r knowledge nnsumci n bravado t\.t- N far frot:i fcol'ii^. "I don't care, 1 ' she wi'ys to hcr.u'lf* by way of bo...

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THE CONQUEST OF KOREA. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

THE CONQUEST OF KOREA. Jnpnnrio I.CKCnt] <if tlr.iprriir C'hnnl nml lIU Vnllnut Wlff. Seventeen ccnturieVnjro the Japanese Kiuju-ror Chunl \\i\x playing bis lute In the presence of Us wife and prime minister. Whether on account of the music or fr«>ni some other cause, the empress became inspired with a divine atllatufl uud be?an to utter the thoughts put Into ber mind by the deity. "There !s n laud to the westward.'* she exclnlmed, "anil in tliat land is nbundnuce of treasure, gold and silver, dazKlliig to look upon. This hind I will now bestow upon yen." The cniperor pushed away liis lute. "If you jro up to a hi^'h i)!ace and look toward tbe Crest." said he. "there Is no laud to be seen, but only the great water*. They r.re lying spirits who have spoken t(» ycu." Then tlie ;:ood god was filled with nnger, and ngaln he moved the eniprcFs to prophesy. "Yon are not fit," she said, "to rule this empire. (Jo the one road!" But the prime minister trembled when he ho...

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.li«iti» Si»r«,» jM«rllli» I'illa [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

\.li«iti» Si»r«,» jM«rllli» I'illa nrt gently nnd promptly on the liver, kldnvyw, ytomach und bowels. They cure nU'k headaches, constipation, blli<>usn«*f««. »t<»inach disorders, sallow complexion ami nre the only pills that will «Im> pursfy and enrich tho blood. Ho'.'J In loot. nn«l 2.Vt. boxes by all tIruKKIMH. Every box guaranteed. '•.Yes, I was Koltiß to propose to that Boston heiress, but tho navel she was roadlni; nave mo n backset." "What was Us title?" ■• 'The Frozen pirate*."— Detroit Free Prccs.

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Sxoo REWARD $ioo [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Sxoo REWARD $ioo The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded di.sca.se that science has hern able to cure in nil Its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure- 1h taken Internally, acting directly upon the hlood nnd mucous surfaces of tho system; thereby do. Btroylng tho foundation of tho disease, and giving tho patient strength by building up the constitution and as. slstiuK nature in doing Us work. The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers, thnt they offer one hundred dollars for any capo that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO.. To ledo. Ohio. SoM by all drug.ulst. 7." cents. Halls Family IMlls nre the bent. Hanks: Dumlclgh is not such n •!tm< •»• us they make him out. lie nets a «ood thing once nnd a...

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uiiiiiu ia iiiip. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

uiiiiiu ia iiiip. "The echo Is inurU more effective." •aid the pu|ili> In the Alps, "if n shot Is Oml ll.'ih :tnyl»c»ly a ivvolvt-rV" "I don't Itnppen to lia vt» my gun wltt, me." remarked ihi« Cblcago won of iinparty, "iv.x heiv'n a kulfv."— Erebangv The rooster makes two-thirds cf tho hotsCi but the hen does nil tho work.— Cbkn^'o News,

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U'hrr* Anierlrnn* r* Modest. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

U'hrr* Anierlrnn* \r* Modest. The American N • i»y of proelnlintng to the v.nt lil hlii d< c|mhl tuntliiunfn nnd mpi i.iii;- i. ■>. If he lull nny. He prefers to lake ir.iu" If cllliir t\n n joke or a* n Qinllpr of hUftlncM. Hence when ho !i! i n •« n town io prune ho mil* it "Sfnillitlllo" or "New llrtatol? or. nn ncttinlly hnppcupd tn the com of one town, "(). I\." Me mny hellevo In n 10. cnl ghotd be mny \ovv l»l» wlfo. he nny ndinlre the view from til n window* mid pine when torn from Ihe wooiln nnd tnountalni atnotift which in* pnuir<] t ■ i-•i -• boyhood, but In* do«*M not want to put thoKe PUlOtloill Into the pOStOtHfC dl« rectory.— Wonhltiftton Times.

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Vli> Ifr Dlitn't <io io Tliurrh. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

\Vli&amp;gt; Ifr Dlitn't &amp;lt;io io Tliurrh. A Hcoltisli minister who wns Indcfat* Ig.nbSe In looking up ti lm folk one «l:iy callril upon n p.irlsblonor. "icicimrd." ne snld, "I line nil ncrn ye nt il«e kirk for poiiif l lime nud ivnd like to know the reason." "Wnl. fir." answered Itlctinnl, "I hne three di*clded objections to golntlrsily. I diunn helleve In beln whnur ye (loci n' the tnlkln: secondly. I dlnnn belleVe In nl* mtickle slngln. mi. thirdly nn I v conrl union, 'tvrns there I got my wife.'*— Albany Argute

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Awfal •tllcllon. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Awfal •tllcllon. Junior I'niHiiT-i received a note from our bookk«i'|H»r ihl* morning trying that he wouldn't be able io come to work for several days. Senior Partner— Wuat's the matter with the u in u V Junior Partner— Tils wife bns been cutting hln bnlr.— Town Tojjlcs.

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Tlir ('air, [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Tlir ('air, "Centlctnen of ihe Jury." cried the couixil for the defendant, "If there ever was a ea.se which In nny cnae must be carefully compared with other cases this case Is thnt case." "Which case?" asked the puzzled Judge. T&amp;lt;) CI'HK A COLD IN ONK HAY Tako I.ax.i.:-. •- ]'■'• tr. Quinine Tablet*. A'l drutric!»t« rrfur.j th* money If It f a IS* to cur«. JT. W. Grove" • denature It on urli box. l'&amp;lt;. Mrs. Chattcrton: Henry for goodness sake, don't wear such short troukcth. (Jive them to the rag innn. Chattcrton: Not much] You women haven't any patent on the rainy-day costume Idea. These are my rainyday trcJUßcra!— Ohio State Journal.

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Ihe »♦ lit Hir • ■• » i v.l tl [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Ihe »♦ lit Hir • ■• » i v.l tl PfflTrrVlH «« r:w :•.'* i.;;iv I•• f.rrnrh'*' from lln* ".'.ti » t ■•-.! :::.«1 t\.vr\' lilflj l.f n.orr » r !«•*- «.f !".::i I inn !i »f IllPfth "M"ir i« mi fiMTiitiM " *nlil Mr. Morno, (wtlitlfiif t" ;• i ri tf/i I'll in Ilii l l'VMiUifl |i;ip«r. ""' »' •• v ■•'•' !•'• wblctl n bojr V..T4 MVIil fr«.::f tUmvtlllltf l-y n ln::«Siff VClilctl lirlotl :i ! tit lit* cntlffln. 'I lr&amp;lt; # l&amp;gt;ot v*uii!H&amp;lt;l !"♦» f ?* :j r fl.«- Pittft 1 of n tr«*n&amp;lt;l»(•roi!&amp;lt; kifiU. !'»: I. « f».«:::r-' nn»l fell Into Hi" I :'.-••. '. ". .&amp;lt;• '• -* • t:i i*ii*'*l iii nflcf htm ntltl »ii' •«•••!•••! i # » {.r.l'iiitf him out." ••Tin re" k;i! I Mi j*i Monr. turning no nc&amp;lt;'U*tlt;l |t!:itirr »;;■»&amp;gt;:•. li*»r 10 yenrolil Roll. "(!:;:! «l:o\v« |inw lldttgProHfl It l» for nI oy \'&amp;gt; jr«» too ::••:; r tl:e uatrrl" "Wlij. It.- !!;•:"' V.'.i tl.r l«»y It] forrotvful :)••:&amp;lt;. :..-i.i:.' ■;...

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The l.i--. •:tij>:«l *!intr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

The l.i--. •:tij&amp;gt;:«l *!intr. "Tl."'!. : :■ :. .•..•;:' -t nn«l-niost ifupM f. m t f life to !&amp;gt;•.• fouud nnywliew on tho globe. It !&amp;lt; :::i nquntlc fowl with '!■!,'. &amp;lt;'. :.j:v hoking beak run) with a for;:» »-.»:.;• tliS::^ like the dedo, now cstlnct," t:iU] a western man. "I l.avc epc-ct duc'j time In wr.tchlug this fowl, wblclj \.i found in koiuc &amp;lt;&amp;gt;( ihc* Bhallow lakes, ami tb? cli!« f po'ot of interest to mo was t!:-' startling stupidity d'.splayed. T!i»*y generally squat on fctoinps or lo^i lv the lake and watch for the smaller lish that play around the surface of tbe irater. They are fairly clever in catching what they want, and they throw out their bill with considerable precision when they £!;,' for pa me. But they never get to pat what they catch until they have fed at least one and maybe more than one piember of another kiml of water fowl. "Whenever a shag begins to catch fish, a Ion;; legged, loug necked water...

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Hoitt's School [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Hoitt's School At M^nlo Park, finn Mfltet) County, Cal.. with if* brnutlful nurrniindinßft, perfect climate, f.ir'-ful fliipervlslon, thorough Instruction, romplofo laboratories and gyrnnaflium. rnnlly maintain* lf« portion in the front rnnka of f^hoola for boj'H on trie I'anlflo Coast Ira 0. Ifoitt, Ph. D., Principal. • "What do you cbiliun been rtoln'?* 1 '.'We ain't iK'^n doln' nof.hln'." "I**\ih in"! You grow inonh liko yoisah pa every day/'— lndlanaroli.q News.

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