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Whr They XVrrr Srirclrd. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
Whr They XVrrr Srirclrd. It ba? been recorded that General Henry Knc.\. f:i IT.^. vrns the "greatest" of II distinguished olllcers of the anur. weighias -^ pounds. Noah ttrooks. In l.ls book entitled "Henry Knox." gives tlio fu!!o;vi::': Incident relating to tLe fr.-:ierr.r.s full I.r.blt: With a Captain Sargent, he was selected to present tie bar«l case cf the starving and esked men nt Valley Force to the nttes;:ic:i of a committee of con:cre*s. Ouo of tfce congressmen, wishing to show bin tr!t end sarcasm, said that Le Ua&lt;l never seen a fatter man than General Knos nor a better dressed man than bis associate. Kuox t:ia:m^cil to keep bis temper and remained silent but his sul&gt;crdinate retortetl. "The corp*. out of reBl&gt;cct to congress and themselves, have sent as their representatlvcn the only man who bed an ounce of fcuperfluous fietib on his !••!;. and the only other man who ik»s.-,« -sm- 1 a complete suit of clot hen." lVhrrr Iff Failed. The jrou...
Joli t nn Urnn *t?lft. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
Joli t nn Urnn *t?lft. It [* rl.ni.. ".-li-iu-nf th"««' wuo nre «ercro on otinnS t!»-.t they cannot b«nr *&gt;••• v»'» iry. \U'.\i Swift, ilu* BCTcrct! Hatiri"«t of In* «hiy. **. at • :&gt;«• day dining with n company nf c«'t»tl«tiu % n. «)t«e »«f irhotn !••' hml made «S •*- bull »»f hi&lt;* rliliculc. with rip«*nt««l s;il'&gt; «•*. At «a»J tbi.« itenn pour rtl ij|x&gt;n n |&gt;ii «•»• «'f &lt;hi«k fTtkxy in tended t» U* ••nteii with n ron Mod k«m)»c. The uufortunr.te fcntleman, veelnjt thl*. ImmrOlfttclj h.Vi«!: "My ts*"*\ dean. y«»u anrprfoe tne. Yoa «*nt n dink like a The company roared, ntnl tho ix&gt;or dean nn&lt; ho o»nfusitl nntl mortified that he Bert iuto c r.tce aud left the table. I'tirr Illimtl. llrnntlful ('iiiii|iir « lon (lo hanl In hml. one I tin «*■«»* lbl«&gt; without tha other, anl th«- l»«t. quirkrut. i Ll'**! l&gt;urtn*r |« Ca««-:ir«»ti Can-!y I'alharlic. All «)ruffir'i»'.!...
Hoitt's School [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
Hoitt's School At Menlo Park. San Mateo County, Cal.. with hs beautiful surroundings, perfect climate, careful supervision, thorough instruction, complete laboratories and gymnasium, easily maintains its position in the front ranks of schools for boys on tne — »ri fle Coast. Ira G. Hoitt, Ph. D.. Principal. "He said he'd drown his scrrcwa In drink." "Well, drowning men clutch nt straws. I saw him absorbing a mint Julep."— Pitts burg Chronicle. Th» lt*«t Proscription or Milirla, CblK? «r&gt;'l fever U a bottle of Cirnvr'm ta«tet-** Chtil Tonic. It U »lmp:y Iron and qulnln* In a ta«t»l»u form. No cure— no par. Trice Me Mrs. Johnslng: Why. Mlatah Bones, yo' said yo 'was commin' aftah suppah! Mr. Hones: Hat's whut I'm aftah. sho' nuff. What else yo' spose I call roun' fo' anyhow, huh? — Chicago News. If you are troubled with pimples, sallow complexion* Impure blood or n^or digestion, use Adams' Sasararilla Pills. Thoy Improve the complexion and positively cure constipation. 10c....
The Real Cause of Djndrufl and billa.'ss [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
The Real Cause of Djndrufl and billa.'ss At ono time dandruff wn« attrlbutcd to the result of feverish condition of the ecalp, which threw off the dried cuttrle In Bcale». Professor I'nna. Hamburg. Germany, not^d authority on nkln dl«-r-afir^H. explodes this theory nnd Hays that dandruff 1h a gf-rm dlHoajio. . This germ l» really responsible for the dandruff and for ho many bald beads. It can be cured If it Ih gone about In tho right way. The right way. of course, nnd tho only way. Ih to kill the germ. N'ewbro'i Herplcldo does this, nnd cannon the hair to grow luxuriantly. Just as nature Intended it nhould.
(luubl to Know. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
(luubl to Know. I.ady-WbiTf Is tbu ngctit for these flnt.H? Man at Duor-I can rent the tint* mum. "Art* the rent* reasonable?" •*Yvj». mum." "What sort of n Janitor have you 7 "A very «t/od one. mum." "Is lie polite nud attentive?" "Yes. nmrc." "Honest ':" "Yes. mum." "DoesiTt he ever steal from the market baskets of the tennnta?" "Never, mum." "He's n zo&lt;n\ Christian man. Is he?" "Yes. mum. A inditer. more attentive, lionester or more Chrlstlao man never lived, mum." "I'm delighted to hear that- Where Is be now?" "I'm him. mum."— Weekly Bouquet.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
What is Ovaritis ? A dull. tl.mW.inc roin. a^x^mjv^nitNl by &amp; wnw* of Tr«drrne?#. nnd brnt low dorm in the *id«\ uith ftn OCtMUOD&amp;I On»&lt;&gt;tin(r jvun lodleatea inflammation. OnesatniiuiUoa it will iv foonJ th*t the region ot ;&gt;iin fcbotra M^tnc fctrell* Injr. Thl"* X tho tlr^t vt.Tjre Of orariti*. Infl.nmmitit^n of the ovary. If th&lt;* roof Of TOtir botlSC lc.tk*. my sister, you hate it fixed at OOCC ; «hy not pajf the miup rope&lt;l t.» J o.jr ow n tnwly ? \cn need not. you oojrhi not to lot yt&gt;un«cif j^o, when one of your own *ex holds out the helping hand to you. and will advise you without money and without price, Mr&amp;. I*iakham'&amp; laboratory i&amp; at Lyna. M&amp;SS* Write a letter there tcllinV all your symptoms and pet the bciteSt of the greatest experience in treat ias female ill*. •• I wan vafTeriajr to such an extent from oraritn trouble that my physicia...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
General Debility l&gt;«y In ntul i&gt;ut there l« tti.il farilttf ol wcaknfM ibAl makci a burden Ol Itself. Fowl Aoci HOI stretifttjcn. Slrrp doci not rtfrrsh. ll h hard to do, hitnl to bear, nlnl «!.■•/.» »»o easy. — vitality Is on Ihfl obb, and tbr whole tjit^tu rafters* For this .'&lt;■• ..lit !&lt;•:&gt; take Hood's Sarsaparilla It vltalln* the t»lo*nl, klvcs vlßor atul tone to «M Uw ontatiS nml functions, nnd l» positively unt'ijunUctl for nil runttown or debilitated conditions, HotTififTuui em»"coi»TtTpiimi». 5 c«i»t«. WSJ ru*\ • .;umU Hrrut. Tmic* Ou^d. Ln ¥*t
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
Th!« ilgnataro It on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabi«u the rrtnrrf** that cttrri* n rolil In on« day SUMMER Is best time to cure Catarrh Bronchitas and Consumption. Our remedy is guaranteed, $1.00. P.0.8'1 973 W.H. SMITH &amp;Co.Bn[lal9.N.T BESTFORTHE BOWELS If yon hafon't a rnrutar, health? tnovrrnrnt of tho bo&lt;*ul* vvcrjr day. &gt; r i f tick. • r m.i I .&lt;■ . h&gt; ■:■&gt;■. r t&lt;.«&lt;-.» oih'ii ..ill tm well. Force. ln «M»i.a; &lt; f : violent pbjtifl &lt;&gt;r |..l i- :•&lt;•!&gt;. i» tianecrout. 'I : ■ i t!.-.i lie«.r . i .»»!•• I !.■■ " I i.« rr • . I Wljf or fct'VblOK IUo lmmvl% clear aud clc-au it lo tako f*lc*imnt. I'alataMo, I'otrnt.ToiHoO^o*! IX ».(-*►.*. Nevrrhlrkon. W taken. or(«rl|&gt;«. I')o. 'Oic. U* \Srtlo lor lti-*&gt; Moiplo. on*! ixx'^li- 1 on lit iiiii. Al'-'.in*A 1 ' -'.in* H.r11.« Utm*4f «—»...,, ( kkt«*. M«1f..1...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
Ladies V/aoted Df an Old Reliable Firm ! i- dd It »?•• » '■■ r»r. r.m'f hlitv nni nil tlri'U I r.f fan y M.»k f'.r v* ni ti .in". Btnlf *&lt;rk i&gt;rtt g-K-i i.t&gt;, »(• •■!, i.r Itlauft httUtt, V&gt; r i: ' mi, i!l,,ti »mi.| Unff (i t.&lt; In I ,f\ N ♦-!!«*. tk i , U \: ir'. .fn Mt , i Ui'Air &gt;. I II "Genius," remarked the man in the pntent-rnodtclno ndvertlsliiK line, "In the infinite capacity for suggesting pains!"— Detroit Free Prea*. TO CDIIU A ooi.li l.t dir HAI Ttkf 1. 111 1 v ».- flf-.mo giilt&gt;ln» TuMt-tn. A I druirtUt* •' ■■ I tt» &lt;■ !.• % if it t •'■ • ' • rur*. i:. W. &lt;lr«&gt;v»'ii »l«nature !• on rach tx.E. t^ $ioo REWARD $ioo The readers of thlH paper win ix* plcflicd to Icnrn that there In at least one dreaded disease thnt science Iwih In en nble to cure In nil Its Htap,«?«. and that l» Catarrh. lUll'si Catarrh Cure Is tho only positive cure known to the nu'illcil fraternity...
Russ House, Sin Francisco, Has Been Completely Modernized. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
Russ House, Sin Francisco, Has Been Completely Modernized. Within the past year there has been a srent demand made by those visiting, the city fcr accommodations that have a semblance io their home surroundings. Realizing this want. Colonel J. S. Youim of the Rtiss House has gone to an expense of over $70,000 to obtain the desired result. The first step taken was to tear down the plasterIng in every room. Over 1009 laads of old plastering were carted away before the work of modernizing the house was ccmnleted. Krrm one end of the hotel to the other has been repapered and repainted, while new furntshihks ar? to be neon on every hand. T!ie building now contains twenty-one BUltea of rooms which have private bath adjoining and over 3uo other rooms for these who wish fnr less pretentious acrommodatlcns. The new plumbing Is of the most modern sanitary kind, and has been inspected by the local health authorities, who have given their endorsement to it. as being the most complete In the cit...
MINIS AND MINING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
MINIS AND MINING Two hundred mid fifty men nro reported at w ,rk in tho Turquoise di»trwt ,thlrtcen ml leu east of Tomb* atone. Tho U'm] Dog mill has Juil finished v milling of iwcnty-flvo v»nn from tinSanta Ana which went |HO to Ihc ton. There arc now no lease* In cither the Snntn Ana or Nt.polevn, thr» Napoleon Consolidated Mliiliik Company which fiwnH these properties, doing tho work t iwniKelvcH. — Hands burg Minor. The (Jrnnd Cafton mln«*H, owned by William K. Rldcnour, and formerly worked under bond to eaßtern partis, by \V. 11. Ferguson and M. E. SpritlldInn, have been bonded t) I'lttHburg Capitalists for $30,000, with a rasli payment down of $ 1000. Bays the Prcscott Journal-Minor. Tho propr-rty is a copper proposition, and has produced Romo very Rood ore. It la located about fifty miles north of Aubrey station, on the Santa Fe Pacific railroad, Just at th&lt;» edge of the Grand Cafton. The Phcenix Republican gives the following rumor: "It Is Bald that In (he settlem...
IN THE OIL FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
IN THE OIL FIELDS Olema has .spudded in on No. 2. 19. 2S-2S. Kern River. Coalinßa Derrick Fays: "The '•-^ta Clara well is down several hundred feet and nine Inches." Oregon-Midway, ojeratlns In the Midway Held, is reported having two wells in sand, with excellent prosreits. Independent Oil and Development Company has leased Its land in 21, 2S-27, Kern River, to tho Brltls!i-Ccl-Ifornia Oil Company. Grace Oil Company's office building in S. 20-2*s. Kern River, was burned Tuesday with all the company's books and documents. California Oil Field. Limited, has spudded In on three wells nt Coal* Inga. This is n Hrltlth company which recently acquired considerable property in tbat Held. Some month since R, K. Haute discovered n large deposit of very pure aiphaltutn in tho McKlttrlck field, which he hns developed by running several prospect tunnels, fie la now beginning to market the product The Heralds' oil reporter visited thy »: ct jftornc \v'-k ( « ;u'&lt;i and wan ■urprin^d to ...
Til for Inf. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
Til for Inf. Tlio (orrppponiliTjro wns brief, hnt to ; \\\v point. The letter »i»o rocolfod wn* ; dm follow*: U*MT ll»'!»fn-l Uk# pUIHM in *;;■ r •- yt-Kt ■&lt;JcJreti a m* » »:«*«-'! •( !i), for mii&gt;u I ifttll \,t&gt; gla I to rffhf font cbtclb If fOU •'" u-.t •!'i.f&lt;- tbt t -. ftttSM "' • • ■ tl. "Tin" Idea!" «lir exclaimed* "I ncvef know lUdi Itiiju'rllui-ncc" Tbop «ue *:\\ down nn»l nrroto th* following: \uir Slr-l h»te of'.trr-l t.n nx trrm foot ••• labtlittnwnti tod I *** no ffaton *bjr I ihoutd et \&lt;&gt; n.» tipfSM of rclumlo] that vbfch I &lt;\&lt;* n&gt;t want and ulil/b ■■-» tent to mr ur.ioHctifl. To Mils «Ue recclvcil the following answer in due titnc: r&gt;rar Mj&lt;'arr — I ••&lt; ! &lt; • ! f ' (he t;r« :..•/■; my, iiJ I truit jf.u wIM 4a me th* fjvor to ! i ml fi.f |b* onsnlirilrd '..»■■&gt; entrrtainmeel • tirkell «tii(h bow lif, «ith n\&...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
CURED BY PERUNA Of Nervous frost rot ion, iiiiiiiiilMiiniiiriiiMiiiliiiiiiiiiitMiiiiiiiiiniiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiftiiiiitiitl ' A "- &lt;m A 5 -^ y 1 A &gt;w If z | J. A.J-IMI'rON. | 3 [£cc*jr B'd of K«l»K&lt;ition. Hun Frntif i.«ro) | niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiT Hon. J. A. Simpson, Secretary of the Board of Education of San Francisco, Cal., writes: "I have found I'eruna an Ideal tonic. Some months ago I Buffered with neurasthenia (fij'Htemic catarrh), caused by too close application to office work. My system seemed worn out and I felt far from well. I found Peruna benefited me very much. It built up the entire system and made me feel like a new man. I believe It Is well worthy the high praise bestowed upon it."— J. A. Simpson. "Summer Catarrh," a book written by Dr. Hartman. President of The Hartman Sanitarium, on the subject of the nervous disturbances peculiar to summer, sent free to any address by The Peru...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 10 August 1901
If crentxHiy muhiul be a« well with the opinion and reconv roendations which the Schley Court of Inquiry ha* been i»nlered to ha ml in at the close of the inquiry. a» they now profema to be with the personnel of the Court, it would hca beautiful ending «.&gt;f a xTJt»re or lctk» ugly ai&gt;d disagreeable matter. Of the personnel of the Court -Admiral IVwey and Rear Admirals Kiml&gt;erly and lienham for judges. «k» to speak, and Cap*. l.&lt;-r:i'.v. wh«&gt; has t*een Judge Advocate of the Navy for uiue years, for Judge Advocate— nothing but commendation could bespoken, not only because of the eminent careers of the officers, but becau-^ neither of them has ever txreu draw n iv to expressing an opinion of the Sampson-Schley controversy. Such men will form their opinions and make their recommendation solely on the evidence presented before the C«.»urt. The Court will meet September 12. and it% sessions will be open. Opinion differs as much a* tv ...