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Not n l.ilmt Purs* [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Not n \ l.ilmt Purs* Th«» 'lay r,f th* ranr»<>n-t.all {.11 1 fa patt, fl *♦»» t ff«»rar>». mi!#l, l»ut *fT«-'t!vo f'f»»r ar«r.« r.an'ly Cathartic tak«» th*>lr flac*. All 'lruKK'M, 10c, 2>. Me, "(lit onn her glvin' him a flower!" "lint y«-r r.m'H depend on goila, Chimmy. Today dey'll give yer a flower an' termorr'T a frow-duwu." -Puck.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Thn IS*«t f'reneriptlon or M>»Urh». [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Thn IS*«t f'reneriptlon or M>»Urh». Chllsn ar.'l fe»«r !« a »,otM» of nrov't taxtt- >*» Chill Tor.!<\ It '.* *lmp!y Iron ar.'l quinine n a '-••:•'% form. No cur« — no j-ay, I'rtc* 6Oc A meeting was called at a church to pray for rain. "No use praying for rain," said a hanl-hearteM ' '•" brother, "till the wind chan.'fja.'?^Alchi.son f;i-:he.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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A SAN FRANCISCO PHYSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

A SAN FRANCISCO PHYSICIAN. Uses Herpiride Successfully in Treating Sycosis of the Beard. He says: "I recently treated a cuso of sycosis (similar to 'barber's itrh') of the lower lip, with Newbro's Herpicide. There was an extensive loss of beard with inflamation extending well down en the ehh. The result of the application of Herpicide was mO3t gratifying. The loss of beard ceased and a new growth of hair is now taking place over the once inflamed area. "(Signed.) Melville E. o\\>m «.D. "845 Howard street. "San Franri?co, Cal." Herpicide kills the dandruff germ and causes the hair to grow abundantly.

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A Vr.77er. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

A Vr.77\er. Lady PssseujriT— Do yen know, captain. I Lave ricvrr bwo able to undyrMarnl l;o'v yon tint! your way across the oc«»an? Cnptain- Why. by tt:t> compass. The needle always {totals to tbc» nor;h. I.atly l'n>M'i:^iT- Yrs. I know, t>ut pupposinj; you want to go south7-Glas-gow Times.

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Time** Chances. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Time** Chances. Before marriage n man's display of affection is very apt to be overdone. After marriage it is more likely to be rare. — Chicago >."«»\VB.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

4> ■ ra» * |||| jfo 4^ SSm* gm vit!l " ch > I'«re, strong blosd 111 all/ BK Wk da |Rfi| one is never troubled with sorea '1315 b\P lw If m OB || @ ]|@| or ulct-rs. A cut or any injury to *■ " "™ BM w XflHDMB^a the Jlcsh heals in a few days, jf^ nature supplying the healing fiL^ AR^A^ balm in the form of healthy, new blood; but when the II H \9L c '* rcula:: ° n s tainted with j>o*isonous germs, humors or any t^/ vl X^ V ciTete matter, a slight scratch or abrasion of the skin becomes a festering sore, tiny pimples grow to be boils, swollen joints and inflamed plnnds often break out into offensive, slow healing sores. A polluted blood is alw .ys a menace to health ; not only does it keep the skin in a chronic state of inflammation j but even' organ and fibre of the body suffers from nn impure ami sluggish circulation. You never feel well, you are not and never can be well until the sy>;em is relieved of its terrible load of impurities. With ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

(tHKMANv seems net ermine*! i* do everything in its power tc hamper, and consequently lesson American trade in that country. United States Consul Warner, at Leipzig*, says in a report to the Department oi Stale that it is reported the Reichstag will pass a law compelling American exporters to Germany to make out invoices covering the shipments which must be authenticated by the German Consul in the United States in whose district the gooj^s are produced. This course is expected to help officials in perfecting statistics of the im|>orts from the United Slates, and to also throw another obstacle in the way of American exjx>rts to Germany. Hon. JoAoriN ISakknpa. who was for leil c i years a member of the Cabinet of President Diaz of Mexico, was in Washington the other day. and in conversation at the White House, a gentleman who had just been introduced said something about how much the we! fore of Mexico depended ujK»n the health of President Diaz. Mr. Barenda sai...

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COURT OF INQUIRY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

COURT OF INQUIRY To [\amin Into Sampson-Schle > Coatrovrrsy. Third Volume of Maclay's History is Condemned Stricken from Natal Academy Special Correspondent. Washington, July 25. 1991. THK Sainunon-Schlcy controversy i* strain raffing 1 like a house afire. Cotiservitive friend* «»f t*»th regret thi*. but if it lead* to a Congressional investigation that will bring out the rear fact* which now mtcim probable, it may do govd by preventing future n> rivals c»f the coutroversy. The present revival na* started by the publication of the third volume of Maelay'* History of the I*. S. Navy, which i\ u»evl a* a »ext book at the Naval Academy, in which Kear Admiral Schley in called "coward" ami other insulting epithet*. The author, a clerk in the Hrooklyn Navy Yard, in saving that he had submitted proof* to Secretary Long. wa» understood to mean that Secretary Long had approved «>f the u»c of the abusive epithets. Thin Secretary Long k>«»t uo time i...

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WILD MAY ON THE NEW RIVER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

WILD MAY ON THE NEW RIVER Hundred* of ton* of wild hay will !>«• harvested on the low land* alonj; New river within the next thirty day». Arthur Kvrin* wa*» here from Diamond lake Sunday, and made arrangement* with Wenley Pat ton to cut ftbont four hundred acre* of wild hay. which ha* grown up and matured nince the overflow of the river, a trifle more than a month ago. It i» estimated that thin hay will turn off atxnit one ton to the acre.

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REASONS FOR COMING TO IMPERIAL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

REASONS FOR COMING TO IMPERIAL THK unprecedented hot »pell and drouth in the eastern and middle state* remain unbroken, and a* a result nearly all crop* will be a failure, while each day bring* increased death roll* and prostrations among both i**>»pie and livestock. During the past two weeks the mercury ha* registered about the same in the east a* it has in Imperial. This i* a critical state of affairs for the cast, *ince 120 in not so oppressive here a* HO or 85 in St. Louts and eastern cities. A* to the drouth, it never cut* crop* short in these part*. When the faithful farmer puts in a crop here he in .sure of the results. He know* he is not dependent on the uncertainty of rainfall. It is all the same with him if it never rains -and it never does. When he has hi* crop ready for water he has only to turn it from the ditch out onto the field, and there you are; and another nice feature of the hu»iue»ft t* that Home portion* of the crop which doesn't require but littK* w...

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NEW RIVER IS FORDABLE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

NEW RIVER IS FORDABLE Arthur Bwins and others were up from the New River section Sunday, and reported that the river ii not carrying more than two feet of water at the Ewtn croiwing near Diamond lake, and may be forded with jK-rfect safety at that point.

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CHURCH COMPLETED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

CHURCH COMPLETED One of the jircttic.Ht hiklUh which greet the eye of an early ri»cr U the sudden flashing but in the »ky of the golden crucifix on the graceful, though tinniest little »|iire of the Christian Church, as the first rays of the huh Htrike it. High above the mint** c»f the city, it apparently floats in the air, and ncenjH to renew the nwect *ong of it* predccennor at Bethlehem: ''Glory to Cm] in the Highest, Peace on Earth, good-will to men." The exterior of the Christian church and alno the par* nonage incomplete. Mrs. W. F. Gillett and little son were in from their ranch Monday* shopping. Mr. Vandcrpool, ranching south of town, was here first of week buying supplies. Dr. HefTcrnan returned from I«o* Angeles Monday. He will remain in the valley a week or ten days, L. (J. Jackson, who has been in Imperial some time, left Thursday for a vacation. He tfoes from here to Long Beach, and will go to Red lands from there. He will probably return to Imperial in September.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Kerckboff'Cuzner Will & Lumber (& WHOLCSALC <no I I I|\ /I W—% |T-"i DOORS. SASH. I I Jl\/IHI""H HLINOa RETAIL DEALERS IN L.WIV ILJI— I 1 ... MILL WORK YARDS AT ban pioro. whoiiiui Main Office Cor. Alameda & Macy Sts LOS ANOCLIS, Main O"iCi POMONA, PA9AOINA, • _ AlVl^>f^l CO A»i LAMANOA. A2UBA. COVINA. LOS MNGtLhO, vALi freight of all Kinds Handled With Care If you arc coming to the Imperial country you will find it to your advantage t<> consign you freight to Wesley Peittoti, who has first-class rii^s for handling anything from a box of groceries to a steam engine. And if Patton handles your goods you will know they arc handled rijjht side up with care. If you have any land to l>e juit in cultivation or crops to bo harvested, he will look after that too. Imperial, Cat.

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FOR THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

FOR THE FARMER A Pew Itemt Gitfured for the Interest of Our Kuralßeaders. August Institute-About the Orpingtons - Loss on Jamaica Oranges — Their Lo»i Our Gin How Farmers Lose Money August Institutes The Farmer*' Institute, to be .>-i<l at Clenrwater, Ducnn Park and W«mmin»t<'r during the coming month will bo of more than ordinary Inten-tu. In addition to Prof. And«THon. the dairy Instructor at Berkeley, I>r. Loughbridge will bo on hand, and will glv«* valuable Information regarding alkali and how to treat It. Clearwater is expecting a big turnout—ln fact always does have. The ladii-H will serve one of their celebrated dinners on Saturday, and It Is ox pec ted the hall will be filled to its fullest Keating capacity. Don't .forget the Institutes. Clearwater, August 1* and 10; Westminster and Duenn Park, 12 and ll.—California Cultivator. About the Orpingtors Ah young roosters there Is nothing to beat them for early maturity and Blze. The qua...

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ROPED HIM TO A FINISH [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

ROPED HIM TO A FINISH Angry Cowboys Lynch a Horje Thief In Short Order Tucson, Ariz. — Death nt the hands of a mob of angry cowboys came swiftly to Ignacio Rivera. He hail been working upon a cattle ranch In Southern Arizona, and when he departed cowboys missed a saddle horse. The suspected Rivera had taken the horse, and a band of "punchers" started out to trail him. It appears the men came upon him near Hart's ranch, and finding him riding the horse which was missing from the ranch, one cowboy "roped him" and jerked him from the horse. They dragged him to a tree, and throwing the rope over a limb hauled the body up.

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FAMILIES FIGHT A DUEL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

FAMILIES FIGHT A DUEL Fierce Battle in Street of Memphis — One Dead and Two Wounded Memphis.— lMwnrd ttl.ilork, dead with a rif!" ball through hi* brain; M. F. Hlalook, let? broken by a bullet: Robert Wright. Sr, kg broken by bulleti; Itohprt Wright, Jr.. n fugitive from Justice. Hurh Is the result of a desperate dtjfl with rlfl"a whlc!i oc r urr°d about duck on Korrh avenue, south of the city and n^ar Forest Hill cemetery. The tragedy grew out of a dispute be-tuor-n Robert Wright, Jr.. and FMward Blabrk. The fathers barked the boys up. and the two families lined up with rifles. Wh^n within a few yards of each other the flrat shot was fir*"!. Th^n ''harp and quick came the other shots. Almost with tho first one from the side of the Wrights, young Blaloek fell with a rifle ball through his His brother, Fred, picked up his rifle and stocd where his brother had fallen. Finally the elder Wright had to be takf-n ofT the battle ground with a bullet In his leg and Blaloek. Injured almost t...

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DIED TRYING TO SAVE OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

DIED TRYING TO SAVE OTHERS Tragedy in Farly Morning Fire at Louisville Louisville. Ky., July 27. — In a fire which early this morning destroyed the property of the Bagley-Graham Photographic Supply Company. Max Belovitch, a cigar maker and Policeman James Pruden were burned to death in an effort to rescue two chil lren who occur ied rocms above the store. Shortly before midnight a teriffic explosion awakened everybody in th** neighborhood, and among the first to reach the street in frcnt of the building on Jefferson street near Fourth, and adjoining the offices of the Associated Press, was Max Belovitch, a cigar maker living across the ntreet. Hardly had the first explosion died away before he had dashed up ihe stairs in answer to a woman's screams. About the time he reached the second fleer, he must have fallen for when picked up only a few moments afterward his right side was burned to a crisp. Police Officer James Pruden was found on the third floor suffocated, and seven firemen ...

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Double Murder [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 3 August 1901

Double Murder Peorla, lll.— Martin Do Rruyn tinner, shot and killed his wife, and then fired one bullet Into hU own heart, dying In an Instant. Five children are left orphans. Three of the children were In the house at th«» H-"* of the tragedy, and only the immediate Interference of the neighbors saved them.

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