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ll» Clianclr^ Vn:ti»«. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

ll» Clianclr^ Vn:ti»«. It tvns r'.^!;i ihat ihi' fntllant net should Lo irvvart!i«l. l:ui v. t t ai hljouUl she give kin) ? Un. a hiss, of course! Were there not men v. !i > tror.kl jiny a pxeat price for thai? Truly li %ra» ijuotcd high. "Tlinr," h\u- <:\.\ :.h qUo bestowed Ir. M la raslly irroiili SIGO." "It v.;i«." !.s« nnstvered. "hut it Is not." "Wl.nt tlo you iii-Mu' 1 " sbe nslicd. "Wbllo in your |K»xsf«ji!ou it wouM Jjrlti^' a poo:l mm." !.*• >:»i«i. "but In mine It raubct It*1 t* ercbnnsitJ for the price of n im a! " However. lv» v;nsi a |»:o«nic Kurt of fHJow at Ui'jKl, hhtl h'psldes he v.a.s bunBrjr.— Chicago Pom. CITC P*rman«ntl» fur*.!. No f.t« ©r n*rton«»«>«» II I 0 *tut ftr»t<l»r'««»rrtf l»r. Klst»»'« <;r^»t Vr«« I>.tf.r»r. a«ra*«f<<r FlwKi:?M.OOirUll«ttl«»i>.ltfr*». im. 1)3. R. 11. Ku*s,LU..tt»l ArtbSt.. rbil*l«lpbU. !»*. Tim Urml I'rrarrlptlun or Mat»rl». Ch...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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THE COUNTRY 'ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

THE COUNTRY 'ROUND 11. C. Oakley, of Oakley Paulin Co., who represent tlie Imperial Land company at Los Atlgclcft, is here this week with a party of ntixiouslatld seekers. Mr. Oakley will probably establish a branch office of his company in Imperial and remain here in the future. Through Dr. Frank Cornwall of San Francisco, we are enabled to place the following new names on our subscription list this week: Dr. L#. Stocking, Agncws; Samuel McKcchan, Courtland; Robt. Huic ami Dr. A. 1\ Wood, San Francisco; 11. I*. Crafts, Oakland Kcrckhoff'Cuzticr Mill and Lumber company, of Los Atigclca, who were among' the tintt to place an advertisement in the I'hkss, write uh this week, enclosing an advance check, to please continue their ad for a term of one year from date. They find that advertising in the Pkkss for the business of the Imperial country an investment that pays large dividends. The carpenter. Mr. Slanc, has completed the Christian church and the parsonage and has turned the keys o...

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ADVOCATES WIDE STREETS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

ADVOCATES WIDE STREETS THIS following letter to the iMW.wiAf. ' ■ I'mi'.hh regarding the atrcci* of! lui|H-rial wan written \>y Mr. IlrccM of > Croftonville, California, who lint in* ' terestt in thi* country. The letter in . an follow*: Short time ago I read an article in the Pmkss written by H. W. Mitchell, j who seemed to think that a mistake had been made in laying out thentrcctn of Imperial too narrow. I think he in about right. The prettiest towns in j California are the oncn that have the wWlent streets. Nothing adds no much j to the general appearance of a city an clean wide Htrcctfl and good roomy walks aluiitf the bimy thoroughfares, and wide streets lined on either side with plenty Hhadc trees in the outskirts. A row of shade trees through the center of each residence street \ would also add a great deal to the beu- \ ty, and the space they would occupy could not be more profitably utilized. ! We have read in your paper that you were going to have an...

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DR. F. P. BLAKE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

DR. F. P. BLAKE Klncwhere in this issue of the Pkkss will be found the card of Dr. P. P. Make, who arrived in Imperial Wed-! netiday, and who has now pitched hisj tent within our gates and says he is! "here to stay." He is a graduate of Medical Department of Kentucky State University, Louisville, Ky., and! has been a general prsctitiouer for 25 years, 21 of which was spent in active practice in Canyon City, Colorado. The doctor is well pleased with the prospects of the valley. Bktwkkn praying for rain and lynching negroes they are having' a hot old time in the Louisiana purchase district. A Philadelphia!!, after traveling- to Buffalo to get married, arrived an hour after the woman wedded another man. His hair breadth escape should teach lovers to go slow.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

|Leroy Holtl iff Imperial, California, & iff Dealer in -^ #? * * | Gei-ieral f At: | Merchandise J * . m Hi Q**f^ Hi Hi * JU See us when you want to buy anything f Before placing your next order 1 f£'l Coming this way? | % % 111;1 1 1 ; % then you are interested g| p 2*V++t in knowing how to reach v« i "" Imperial Settlement, I !™New River Country! S| Take the S. P. train n to Flowing We115.... || J^ At this jx>itit you get first class accommodations at the McCAULr- * S J^ LEY HOUSE. G. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular tjjtfS stage line from that place to Imperial, leaving- Flowing Weells at 89£ >ft 7:30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- aj< £3 i"fe r days. Jr\ Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, /tK lK and will take you to any part of the country. yfc ji® The only direct routeto the Carriso Creek oil fiilds west of Flowing ££S Wells. This stage line is equipped with ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

Imperial Telephone Company W. R HOLT Manager. Offices at , Imperial, Cameron, Flowing Wells and Iris* Messages sent to, or received from, any part of the world. TELEPHONES FOR RENT

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tso hr:.-». [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

ts o h r : .- ». Canar:<-«% trbleb crere'brtirfMlly-STwn auU prr.y 1:j color, nvre native io tbe Jslasds frora wb< b ibey take ibelr name and veerc Cr;*! taken ta Kn^bad ca kblps plying Lxtwt-en Cnsllsb iK>rts and the south of France. Frota this slock have be-en derived a number of dlstloct vark'tle*. such as tbe crested, the green, the I'.zard. wh!ch Imltatei tbe reptile la Its variegated tsark'mrs and the ttelplan. which has a strand hunjpbac* x»i;>earaDce.

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U>mhnm l.tnrotn. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

U>mhnm l.tnrotn. Thin Lincoln «'f Jho Mack Itvim. who hnJlt !iN netubbor*! CAbtQ nu«l tuw^l bU II- fftlbofV COttli who bad lt*t»H PlWO* ke« jht nn»l hcmimjiti nn»! flutboatman, x\tt» l.iil fotlotvdHi n tiM?t:ti Just let mcthl a rotsgb circuit, wbo h.i«l i>»lle*l fi ii^al bully in the »Urt. rmcueti wom< < :■ from Innulti lenttnl ihc t^*!*!^* 1 «»f tuany a jlclj cotrm\l «h«» frmtsl Iho un'nt, fold coan»e RtoHea on lor nN by candlell^bt ihm tl;eH.» art^ pure l» nJde ibe vler of great cities), wbo mldr>***rd i»lltlcal tuotta In tho rnw. pw«*oplnsJ down frotn tin* Mutup nn»l us •; .: r i. in t.int and went the ;<: j slctan w ho wn< oue »lay to t»»j<l the tlckbod of t!.»« nation In her n^-«ny. wl !»e larpe band «a»« t«> boon hrr fee* Me pulse ~atu] whose ktiowle*ljsc. almost divine, v.a* t«» (perform t!i«* miracle *»f ber bcalln4?.--\yinst6n Cburcbtira "The Crisbx"

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A rhln«««e Jo!.r. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

A rhln«««e Jo!.r. 'i :.«*r\» v r a<* a man t*.» Cb'ang-an who wa* very fnii«l i>f clvlti^ illun«>r*. but the f"**! plvca iras atrocious, om»«!at a guest I brew blmsclf «*u bl* kmv« iv frv:;t of thU gentleman ntid saM. "Am 1 not a frUn*l of your*?*' '•Yon arv. itultvO." rvi»l!otl hit host. •"Thm I must ask of you a favor," Haul Ibe £t:«-st, "an«l rou must ut.i:.; it before I ri<t* from my kiuv«." "Well, wbat U It?" InjulrvU hi* host in astonishment. "Never to invite me to iliuuer any more.*" cried the ct:t**t. at whlcb tbc TV bole party burst Into a loud nxir of laosbter.— Xortb Cblna Herald.

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Srulns Poor l»r Anl«. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

Srulns Poor l»r Anl«. Ant* are ervtl'.trtl with s> tunny marrcloas aecbnjpll*bmcnta that a new one most be remarkable to the noteworthy. Mr. II 0. Onpen of (Vylon. an amliorlty t»pon Insect habits, ha*, however. made an observation which In well worth ]>utt!n? o:j record. 1 1** has watcheil ml ants boldlng prubn In their months r.:nl using the web they spin to rvpair a rent En th«'lr nest. Some leaves wblcb ha«l been fastened together by the ants were wparated l^y Mr. tJrcea. at:«I In a short ti::)** after be «r.rr p:;:s!l vrhJte sr»!"« Win;; passed bark ward ars«l forwartl across tbe jraj). Ho*er observation show»«l ihnt eacli ?ru!» tvnn beld !n ibe Jnw«» of «>nc of tbe worker atst;*. n:ul Us movements were directed as required- A continuous ibrvad of silk Usued from Ibe ir.ontb of web smb an»! was used by f Jie auss to ivtv up the rvnt In their shelter. There y:vto no prutw in !!:•• ncisbhorboo*!. an«l ibose usetl were obtained from a nest at *ome ...

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»5r.»- rn««riTjxrr Ti»o Many. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

»5r.»- rn««riTjxrr Ti»o Many. A poctl pt'.ry is going the rounds of ?J?f* pClres cf the Meiro|K)lltan Street ilr.ilr.ay feujjeny coticer&liiK the won clcrfiJ presetice of nilnd dl- played recently by a t:ew conductor cv one rt the corapany'a trolley cars. Tbls par* tlcti'.ar en: wan bowling hlong i;p Broadway recently wbcn.lt was hallc<l itnd Iwnr*!^! by a company Inspector. The o2Ic;al hurriedly counted the pas senders In tbo «::r and found that them r.-eri" nine. Then lie cast bin eye up to the register r.ntl found that there had been only eisht fares rvAn: up. He disclosed Ijlh Identity to the nctv conductor nnd called attention to tlie discrepancy. Slowly and painfully t!:«* new hand counted over bis passengers end then Acanned I:U register. "Begorrn. na you're rolj;ht. n!r," h* said and proiuplVy stepped tbe ear. ".^ay." he iti'tuspdcd, addressuig tb* paf«se:r;er« In na authoritative manner, "w^a o' youse fellon*»'H boy to Hit cQT «la« < -.ir-r...

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fl-.nnliir. OH rnliitlntcs. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

f l-.nnliir. OH rnliitlntcs. An r.ri jsuni::! m r;«^tH r.i w potstfK^ to clean c:i ; :\:.V.::rr. llnVc a few potntoco at l.'.'.J. <a< i» cut In halves. The m '. : M-'.-.f.' : • «!;i:::iie::e.l stl^-htly v.ltb cold I7st<*r .::; I i:m« ,i to ruli the c.i:iva«». AS tie potatoes h!.o*.v »ull the surface \h stketl eff nil I ibe rubbing continued. Tlsis prococji will cnutc n little lithor. trlilch shoultl lie \v!;*e 1 off n« fast r.a U accumulates wliUn clean,* Uatup sponge. When the tvl.ole rjjuv.'is U cleaned. It should be Wfl»l:cd over ll;;blly with clean water from whlcb the chill I;::: 1 tieen taken and finally tbe water carefully wiped oOf with an old cleau Kill; ha n«!«. en lilef. Itnw potatoes to clean palntliiffs nro frequently In hear* t:.y evldciiie, but this dcHcrlptlun of tbc process iaay bo of value. It Is mi;:frosted by vrny of reisHonnble cautlun that the experiment Hhould bo tried tirrt u{>on n canrai of trifling ralua and upon ...

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llcnr Colnrntio Hf«rr» Wnu I'nrnuil, [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

llcnr Colnrntio Hf«rr» Wnu I'nrnuil, llv«rybo<ly know«<, wlthotit l«".Ki<u; nt tt.< % mnf». low Lower t'nllfornln runs south from tho Pacific COJltl llko n sort of tall, separated from tho United Si.itivi-frr It Ii n pnrt of Mexico, n* ionic people r.ro not nwnn»-by n louk nrtn of the ■pa called tho fjulf «»f Cflll* fi»r:i!.i. (Urn' upon n tlino the gulf ex» (cndcil In n tiorthvtnrd direction six) 01 Hi « lieycntl U« present -Inland limit. Into t!i! » ju;t!;erly cvteiisloti tlu» proat Colorado river I'tnptlttl tnill!«»:iH of totii at detrlttn nnnuaUy uutll tbc deposit n utiHitntcd In cjuautlty milllclcnt to shut v(t the upper p.trt «»f t!a» uulf, niilcli was thui trnusforuiMl Into a lake. To Justin with, of cvunie it wai a salt InUe, but !t crhdunlly becntuo frcib (hrou^li ibis Influx «»f water frt>m tbo Colorado. Thereupon fres'i water flslics, :::- !h:*.;. * and other crcaturesj uot of the I rl::e u'cro dcvplopVd In It. nul In...

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IV.'iillnr Tr««r*. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

IV.'iillnr Tr««r*. Tht» v!<i!idr t«» ibe ralkland lulnnda r« « ■•* n numlier of what appear to be weather beaten, tuos* covered bowldem jf various slxea scatt**r«*tl hero and I here. <>:i attempting t«» turn "ju* over he is Burprisrd to litul tltnt it U atiebor* i>«| to the ground by roots of great Hrvngth. Tbt*Bi' nre not liowldi'rs. They srv tt«t'j«. No other place hi the world ran «bow t-v.iU n peculiarity of "forest" jrowtli. The (Falkland Inlnuils arv ex>«>si (I fc» n ifrun^ pilar wind which tenbrs it liu|K)x<*ll>lf for trei-H to grow In the proper f«>rt:i. Nature bas consetjuently ndnpted liVrself to the prevailing conditions tind |»ro '"'**\ \b'.s I trance ft»r::» of plant life. Tin-so "llvIntf r.H they me called, nre juit«« (lovu'.d of "grain." and It Is next if) Impossible t<> cut them up and utilize •Ji.-tu for furl. .

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

9 Ttiis latter should carry Faith and Convict ion to t ha Hoar fa of all Sick Woman* "I suffered with Inflammation ar.i! fAllinjr ol the tromb uid other tii.*B^Tcenblc fo.«.*»U» trc&knc&sea. I had l*ad tpellacTcrj 1 ttroweelca that would lost irozn clfrht t*"» ten days am! would have to C"* *^ l"* 4 ' ■*• 1 **i^» had head* arhc and Uackache znosi of the time nnd %vxch bearing 1 tio*va i"*ains 1 ct^ual hartlly vralk acr»»^s tho n«*ia a: time*. I dfKtorcnl vcatlv all tho time for about two years ar.»l scerKctl to jrrow ■worse all the time aatll last September I •nra.soMjpt'^l to U&C my K^'.. ami the doctors thouchl rn operation wa* the only thingr that woxud help me, but tbi«- I refusal :<» hu ~c ticne. "Then a friend a/.v-sixj n:e to try the Pinkbatxn medicine, which 1 did. an-1 af tor us; n? the £r>t Vo!tlc 1 t^jran t«» isiprove. I too!c in all fiv* bn*tt'c**i O»* Lydia C Piakhaxnfr Blood Purifier, four l*oxcs o* Lrdla 11 Tin...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

"The We Roles lie World" St. Jacobs Oil • •.>-•<.■.'. " ■'■:.'■ ';• for th« >ltn;<l« ttMtm that It »!*tji Conquers Pain F7| tit urn* »</-d \ri antritu Ym^__ - ■ '■■ .■■■■-. ■■.■ i« ■■-• ■-■-.■

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

SYSTEMIC CATARRH. Pcruna Cures Cotdrrh Wherever Located. (mm, PS!k jr- A - - Mitt 3l*:titf t. «.uiJ.J, 1 1 ihUaeo. 11l Ml ts Mattle 1.. Guild, President Illinoia Young Pecple/s CbrUitan Tetnpsrancc Union, in n recent l«'ttpr fra:n Chicago, 111., s:\yx: "I dsubt if Pc:una has a rival in £ll the remedies rcomxnended to-day for catarrh of the system. A remedy that will cure catarrh of the si much will cure the same ccndic.cn of the mucous membrane anywhere. I have found it the best remedy I have ever tried for catarrh, and believing it worthy my endorsement I gladly accord it." Catarrh of tao übdon I n :i 1 organ.-* !s very much more common In sum me: than in winter. time. Vj ls' form of catarrh might be appropriately clasaecl as summer catarrhs Pcruna will cut** catarrh wherever located. In pivic c&tarrh It bos won tivll «!cH*^rvv.l r» v r: >•■»:.. IVruna will cur" z:\y case of diarrhoea. a:ute or cbrcnlc. I'cruna »h an cb»olutc #';v - He far iyaiehtcryi Poruna ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

TIIH TRAINED NURSE An Occupation Which Attracts Many Refined Girls. Many girl* of education nnd refiner ment trt ' turning to the profe«ni,>n of trained nurse as a means of livelihood. It Lh a serious occupation and a responsible one. for the word of an experienced nurse carrier great weight In maters relating to ru-r profession. It Is this fact that prompted an interestlng Interview with Miss Katnryn Nash of North and Platuburg avenues, Burlington, Vt.. published in the News of that city. To a .reporter she said: "! had b^en caring for a patient steadily for nine months without rest and was run down an«l tired. I ha«i very llJly appetite and sometimes I would skip one or two meals and not feel It nt all. While visiting in I!o«ton. nn a barren formed bark of my far. I had no strength and, althougn I was always drowsy. »lrep did not seem to rffrcsh rn«\ After I cam*; home I had seven abscesses on my bark, near the waist line, and was unable to sit up much for throe or four...

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