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Captured by Urii»aid» [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

Captured by Urii»ai\d» Wnßhlngton.—lnformatlon has bcetj received r.t the State Department from the United States Legation at ConHtantin. ;.I<* confirming tho prcis report of tho enj turc «»f an American mh slotiary by brigands. The dUpatch froni Minister I.elfihma'nn reports that brigands captured Mlhh St«»n''. :m American missionary, who wag traveling with a lady companion in the vlllayet of Salonlca. Tho department adds thqt tho matter hna received the Immediate ;m<i earn* Bt attention of Minister Lelshmann.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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tirt n M«ivr on. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

tirt n M«ivr on. M««w tlucviith »y«tcm: luty, l«n«l«-n liver: Mltoun !«rnln! Cancnrrtii Cathartic, will a .\.k- th«rn miivo alonK. Move on! AU Urui;Kl»l». I' I.1 ''. ''"'■ '■'"■ "Do you think the North Pole will ever be discovered?" asked the scientist. "I couldn't Fay." answered the cap-, ItalSst. '.'Possibly a trust may Home time be persuaded that there Is money in it."— [\Va>hinßton Star. Adams' Sarsaparilla IMlls cure sick; headaches; constipation, billloujmess; dyspepsia, purify the blood, 10 cents, 25 cents. DrviKglstJ*.

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Flitilrm IIoi)L«. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

Flitilrm IIoi)L«. I'lshlng hooks are ns old ns Adam. made of M<mi\ bone, thorns nnd any bid thins, not to mention deer born and boars' tusks. The bronze hook of the bronze n;;e was succeeded by the book of Iron. The aborigines of Colombia used sold hooks, while the ancient people of Peril tiia'dc theirs of I'oppvr. The bronze hook of today Is considered an expensive luxury. For years the most importnnt sent of llsbhool; manufacture was Limerick. Ireland, but ihe once popular Limerick has been Ptiperjteded l»y Kcvcrnl sty lea of American make that are not only much cheaper, but arc not inferior. As for our line rods— well, we have them from two and oue-balf ounces u;» to ten pound)*, and some 'jf them can be tied In bowknots. Of course our Hues arc tm v«;uri !••(). — New York Press

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DON'T CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

DON'T CROWD. !»".'» CfOWtfl thU "til I* lirtr- enougk V' t yOU ■• •> II M IM| "D.f ilwtt of a I «re wl I«J Tli«* rulrn '.I thOOlbi It fft*« Of til Mrth'l pUttt, >'«i ntf rlglit To cli^fK? »h« l»*»l ytm ««n, IVmI !< I tint >"'i <!" twi Uf To (fnw I noun* oiUtr nun. Whit itii'trr though foa Mte ran count Yoof Miff 'I ROldtfl '-r^, V.l. lie i.i- «an I it-M) •trl%« > to Ltrp Ciaunt (arrilfir from tht> ilniti Of wlllinu' !.<"•!« «nil horiMt l.ftrt* Alone llwuld men I* i.rwll TlifM Kl»r l^lni all thr rM<rii he tlHtli, And «<•»• r try to crowd. iVf/t rrowd. prouJ ml»! Vouf dilnty tilk Will clittrn MM Hie Icit V- ■ > It "-riKi In contact ■••-■•'h A bfpgir'f t.«t<rfl «.'f«>». Ti . ■ \i,\>\y world «a* :■•■.- made I r ;■! and me *' • ■ . Tt.i* pauper ii< a right to tread The pathway to a throne. Dr.n't rrow<l (b« good fr...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

What are Humors? Tluy nr»« Vitiated «>r ni«»rl>ld HuMi «'»iir«» lni( tho vdim nml nf?r<tliiK tin* tl«»u»n. They Bf© comrnonlj due to dcfcctlfo dljfn* ti«m but Bfo •ometlmci Inherited, How do tb««y mniilfcfit llutiiM'lvri? In many form* «»f cutancotii eruption, nalt . rhmm «>r uuiun, plmploi! ntnl holla, ami in weakncti, languor, general debility, How i\rv they expelled? By flood's Sarsaparilla which i»i-» bulidi up the system that Imi -uff, r< ■! from tlnm. It h tho best mcdiclno for nil humon j^^s\ BEST FOR THE BDV/ELS Y^^ffiZSf""^ * taste Rood. Eat them Hko candy. They < CANDY ; |fTini*XtilJptek ■' ™ ' v - nr.y bad taste In the mouth, lrayj CATHARTIC 5 n pleasure to take thrm. and they aro r,r*rmM*r*rm?m}>*r ***r*n*» I'.ktd especially by children. rweetcn tho rtomach by clcanplngr tho ■^•.■■^-•^.^••••.-•.'.■•jT^rf mouth throat and food channel. That b sweeten 1 l ,^iKP«SSafSS5iRsi £ tiro system. k^^^TSS?^...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

-"■■ ' ' ' T - ■ J AYH'ciablc Preparation forAs - simila tin^ ihe Fotxl nnd Hc^ula - ling (lie Stomachs nnd Bowels of Promotes Di^cslion.Chccrfulncss and Hest .Contains neillitr Opium. Morphine nor Mineral. >*OT "S\ll C OTIC . /J/^ ofOfdUrSAKUELPmUIEn P'trrifJun Sttit" v Mx.Stnna • 1 tUrAMU Mu - J Axis* Setd * I lit Ckutohnk'toda * I lUnpSfsd- 1 KinUrywn HaYtr / Apcrfecl n^medy forConsUpaTion, Sour Slonyich.Diarrlwca Worms .Convulsions .Fcverishncss and Loss of Sleep. j Facsimile Si^nolurc of XKW YORK. I EXACT COPY CF WRAPPER.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I t Signature /X J| MaF " Se \j For Over Thirty Years

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

TttBKH ha* long been a loud complaint to the effect that all the prvfe*nion* and calling* were uncomfortably overcrowded. The Philippine Iftlandi MYm to l»e furni*hinea {urtial answer to the problem of disposing ctf the alleged Mirplu*. There i* hope for the petJagogue*. Already, twentythree Har.-ard men have accepted positions as instructors in the archipelago. Education i* the greate*t civilixer and »»omethiug of a pacifier a* well. The executive committee of the San Diego- Eastern railroad project ha* i**ued a call to the subscribers on the SfO.iXO preliminary fund for 25 per cent of the amount now Mbscribed, with which to begin active work on the enterprise. It i* thought the engineering and surveying corp* will begin work on the line from tide water to Vuma about the middle of this month. Tuesday morning President MeKinley was. reported to be on the road to recovery. While he had nvt yet )ta<t*ed all danger, his physician! express much hope, which is pleading to ever...

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Parasites Cause All Hair Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

Parasites Cause All Hair Troubles. X.ne-tcnths of the diseases of the sea'? and hair r.re caused by parasite germs. The importance of this discovery by Professor Unna of tho C'.iarity Hospital. Hamburg, Germany, can not be overestimated. It explains why ordinary hair preparations, even of the most expensive charac•er fail to cure dandruff; because they do not. and they cannot kill the dandruff germ. The only hair preparation In the world that positively destroys the dandruff purasitco tiat burrow up the ecnlp into scalos called scurf or dandruff, is Newbro's HerDic!de. la addition to its destroying the dandruff germ Herpiclde Is alsj a delightful hair dressing, making ihe hair glossy and *-eft as silk. Quinn: Do the now neighbors borrow ? De Fonte: Po they? Why tho first day they came they borrowed our scissors to open a tomato can and tho bulldog's muzzle (or the boy to use as a catcher's mask.— [Chicago News. Mothers will find Mrs. Wlnslow'f Soothing Syrup tie be3t remedy to use f...

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.Noililnu nl All. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

.Noililnu nl All. Krown— Thi'iVh a laiJy pi.it: t at the circus v, ho plnvs wltli ber to^« .lonos-Ui.pli: That's noti-us; my baby ikw^s tbau—Rxchuujrp.

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Clennllnras In Cooklnß. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

Clennllnras In Cooklnß. Says n Chinese writer of the eighteenth century: "Don't cut bamboo slioota (the Chinese equivalent of asparajiusi with :iu oulon.v knife. A good cool; frequently wipes bts knife, frequently cl.ati^fs bis cloth, fr»*<iuently evrnpen bis hoard and frequently washes bU UntulK, If KinoUo or ashes from bis pipt*. perspiration «lroj»^ from bis head. Insects from the wall or smut from tlie Kntuvpnn pis inlxetl up with the food, though be weir a very chef nniong <befs. yi'X would iih'U Lobl tuetr uosps nnd Uecllu»»." I t*H not «:ißy for a woman 10 p!n hei fallli to :i huxliniit] wlm iii»vi»r lihw lit»i nny pin tiuiiu I }*. — I'liilntli'lphi.'i nitlletln Very fvw p<'pji!i« Unow how to h;ui<!l« I'Htl.llsl ISIJV-A trillion (illlUe. Mh:i !•* Lorn to rule, but woman ;-tii::rß r.!oh;: ::t:il Wats* U!m out of hi* Jo'.t.-CUlcnjjd News. t .^ Jones: My wife is a woman of remarkable will power. Brown: Is that so? Jones: Yes. She never...

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SEPTEMBER JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

SEPTEMBER JOURNAL •*Miw» Alcott'* Ivetter* to }lcr 'Laurie.'" novr printed for the firikt time, and edited by "Laurie" himself, form •neofthe MrongeM feature* of the Ladies' Home Journal for September. "With S«rton-Thomp*on in the Wood*** *h<mi» the great animal-fctory teller in hi* element, and "Some College Scrape* we Got Into.'* a* told by **A Graduate," give goodcauMr for laughter. There are a li»o interesting article* about "Catfc That Draw Salaries**' "Kamous People a* We I>o Not Know Them," and "How a Village Changed It* Name. " Mr. Ilok'» editorial on **The School <Ju<r*\ion Again" is a strung arraignment of American parent h for not taking the proper part in the education of their children. In addition to many other literary and pictorial feature*, twice the u*ual amount of space ii» devoted to the coming ttyiet, for thi* i» the "Special Autumn Fashion Number" of the Journal. The new <!rc*»i*e», hatt» and wrap* are all ...

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AT THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

AT THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT IIW IT! MS f ROM A WASHINGTON CORRISrOXD.NI General Wood's Report Treating on General Conditions in the. Cohan Districts Wasit t s ;*.Ti>S A we 1 com c re Ii c f t from the mottotonoa twanging of the ningle string of a naval controversy ha» t»ecn provided here. Two »ut>ject* of the !ir*t importance have been revived through report* that cannot fail to attract national attention. One jit liovcrnoMlencral Wood* comprehen*ive review «.»f progrx*** in Cuba; : the other Captain Chorles I>. Sig*l>ce'* annual notes on the advancement of I the «rorld*i navies, the increase in ton* '. nage, etc There i* no topic more interesting to Americana at the present time than ! that uf Cuban development. The co*t | in blood and treasure for the emancipation of the i«»tant nation s<» near to our *horo*. along with the hope of the United States that the inlander* will prove themselves worthy of the -vacritice. has caused th...

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Ivrrplne the Ilend Clo.nn. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

Ivrrplne the Ilend Clo.nn. Keeping the bead perfectly clean is a pi-eat :ii<l to lieallb. An exchange tells of a distinguished physician who. havi:i^ spent much of bis time at quarhritin*'. ynU\ i\::M a person \vlicse bend was t!!crot:?hl3" washcMl every day rarely »'«:'< rdn'tajrlons distant s. litit wlii»n tlu I:.- ir was allowed to become dirty and :;.:itj«>(! !i was hardly possible to I'scajH 1 liifet f ilo:i. Many perKous lind <p«u'.y relief f>>r nervous heatlnrlu* by \v:t>lilti^ !l:e t.» :ul tliorou^bly in weak >: i!.i water. Wi» !::>vr l:no\vn eases n! ;i!:i^i wholly «*i::vd in ten lulnutes i>y tills sliiijile ri'i::rily. A frletid tiiu!< it tin* greatest t«!;»'f ii s t case of "rose ••eld." ilif i-0'.'.l vv t:: jjtos:js entirely U-nv-\v.a ibt* eyes after one tliorouzb wash •11- «,f tin* lialr. Tl:-.' bead should lie iburougbly dried afterward. n:id drafts ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

3 Kmkboff'Cuzmr § 1 mill & Lumbar (& % 0 "HOL..H. ..0 ■ (JIWIPPP ° 0 g t ",?, 08 »* BM © t^ RETAIL OCALCnSIN L.UIVIUU.I I ... MILL WORK £) C* g 1 X YARDS AT V ban mono, WHoinui Main Office Cor. Alnmr da & Mdcy S t s K> LOS ANOILIS, Main o"ici f x:::;;::™:n™*. los angeles. cal. f | freight of all Kinds £ I Handled With Care I 4* J» * . * JLk if you arc coming to the Imperial country you will >L T* t»n<l it to your advantage to consign vou freight to *T * Wesley Patton, * JT who has first-class rigs for handling anything from a ]T «£- Ih»x of groceries to a steam engine. And if Pat ton t£» T^ handles vour ijoods vou will know they arc handled *T » : . right side up with care. -£*■ If you have any land to be put in cultivation or crops *£ •: to be harvested, he will look after that too. '■; Imperial, Cal. •rf • A A iT^ ij'i'i i.ti ii*.! iiU i&i ifci ifc ii'i it*i ♦ jl'l* A^ it"! l£i itl ktil itl itl tfti i...

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FOR THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

FOR THE FARMER A Pew (term Gathered for (he Interest of Our Kuril Readers. Encouraging Bert Returns -State Fruit Growers Convention— The Walnut Disease — Our Pruits Abroad The Gibson orchard, below thlfl place, h:i>h the Yuba City Farmer, lias for yea re been famous for Its prolific yield of fruit, and tills season is no exception. From hlx aercb of Tuscan cllngH the yield was 95 tons, or almost 10 t«MiH per acre. The fruit being lar«««. brought 51** per ton at the cannery, which brings the Gibson brothers close to the $100 per acre for the crop. \V. T. Curtis of Riverside has proved conclusively that pineapples can be grown there. He has a complete "pinery" containing over 20U plants, some of which are bearing half-ripe fruit of fine quality. A couple of lye vats are being put in at the cannery with which Mr. Hath will try an experiment with cling peaches. He proposes to remove tho skins by dipping them in hot lye. The experiment hah been preciously tried with more or le...

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Peach Trees to be Destroyed [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

Peach Trees to be Destroyed Athens (O.)— Fully ten thousand! poach trees will be destroyed in this county by order of tho Agricultural Department, being afflicted with San Jose scale. Many orchards will have to be eutirely destroyed.

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MUTINY AND MURDER ON SHIP [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 14 September 1901

MUTINY AND MURDER ON SHIP I.aican Rise Upon Whites— Officers Overcome and Bodies Thrown Overboard Vancouver (H. C. > — The ateamer Tartar, arriving from the Orient, brought news of a mutiny and wholesale murder on board the American Steamer Helglkn, whoso home port Ih Manila. The steamer was manned by Lascars, and when they refused to work the captain turned on then and attempted to drive them to their duty at the point of a revolver. The natives mu.%t have thought the nklpper was bluffing, as they became defiant, and a free fight ensued. Capt. Velasco, the chief officer, and several white seamen fell upon the natives with any sort of weapon that came handy, but the superior numbers of the yellow devils won in the end, for every one of the whites was murdered and their bodies thrown overboard. Well knowing that retribution woul follow their work, the mutineers abandoned the Belgika, after casting her loose from her moorings. She was found several days after by a United St...

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