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R. G. DUN & CO.'S [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
R. G. DUN &amp; CO.'S Monthly Review of Trade Conditions in Southern California CONDITIONS throughout Southern Culifornia for month punt were in general favorable for trnric and crops. Stitfar campaign in in full nwin^. I, oh AlatnitoH factory in running day and night; will have a four nionthit run yet. From 500 to 700 ton* of beet ft iir«* handled daily. Chino has cloned down for itcaftou. The becttt were not ripening rapidly enough to keep it going profitably. They will he fthipped to Oxnard, where, an a renult, the run will be prolonged considerably^ Sugar |M?r cent a hove the average. Hay in firm. Ilarlcy in good request ut 65 to 75 cent! to farmer. The harvesting of hean» has commenced in a few fields. The crop in later than usual on account of late planting. The demand is such that the fartuern expect good price*, owing to Hale of all last yvar*n crop. 3J!* cent* in now being offered fornmall whites. Late orange* have »old remarkably well thin Hcanou. Kxtrcmc pricen fo...
THE MAD DOG SCARE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
THE MAD DOG SCARE TIIKKK wan n mad dog noire in Nrw York the other «Iny which wan v direct n-Milt of the dog-day*. They did not nffect the dog; it woi the |m&lt;»plc of the tuctro|K»liM who neeutcd to !»&lt;• bothered* The &lt;log wan &lt;juictly trotting along AiiiHterdam avenue, iniuding hi* &lt;iwii Imihmm'hh and allowing other |&gt;eoplc to mind theim, when notne txjynnpicd him ami began throwing tin cant and fttonen at him. Naturally, he ran. Naturally, they chaited him, and an it wan a hot day and the dof? did not nee the necenHity of thin aort of thing, he began to lohc hin teni|&gt;er and Knapped at one or two people whom he panned. The door of a vaudeville theatre wan open, and the hunted animal dodged in and ran down the ainlc, yelpingout hin predicament in &lt;log language; but no one there had studied that tongue, and the result of his advent wan a panic. Women grabbed their children and aprani? upon the sea...
SEPTEMBER JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
SEPTEMBER JOURNAL "Miss Alcott's Letters to Her *Kaurie,'" now printed for the first time, and edited by "Laurie" himself, form one of the strongest features of the Ladies' Home Journal for September. "With Scton-Thompson in the Woods" shown the great animal-story teller in his clement, and "Some College Scrapes we (lot Into." as told by "A Graduate," give good cause for laugh-! ter. There arc also interesting articles! about "Cats That Draw Salaries," "Famous People as We I&gt;o Not Know ! Them," and "How a Village Changed j Its Name." Mr. Hok'» editorial on "The School CJuestion Again" is a strong; arraignment of American parents for not taking the proper part in the education of their children. In ad- 1 dition to many other literary and picI torlal feature*, twice the usual amount i of space is devoted to the coming 1 styles, for thin is the "Special Autumn \ Fashion Number" of the Journal. The : new dresses, hats and wraps are all shown. There is also a double page of ph...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
\r* \ts \l* \l* \is \h&gt; xl^ \Lt \u \h* \L* \L* \l* \Kf %ls \L* \L* \L* \Lf*M Mf XLf \L* XL* *1S *!s ILeroy Holtl \&amp;* a X '. iff Imperial, California, i£ Dealer I n ,_ | General g | Merchattdise f * * m * %$ See us when you want to buy anything jjf S Before placing your next order |£ S t*~ I Coming this way? m IS XX 1 11 1 111 1 ♦ tbw you are interested &amp; §| i+«++% in knowing bow to reach 82 | "" Imperial Settlement, | 1™ New River Country 1 Take the 5. P. train g H to Flowing We115.... &amp; J^ At this point you get first class accommodations at the McCAULSS LEY HOUSE. G. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular Ss| Htage line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at C|£ £Sy 7:30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- m£ *g ing days. gg Ss Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, 5jW JBss and will take you to any part of the country. yji 4j 5[ The only direct route to the C...
FOR OUR RURAL READERS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
FOR OUR RURAL READERS A FEW ITDVS THAT WILL INTEREST PEOPLE ON THE FARM Some Way* to Exterminate Gcphcn— - Great Oopt of California Stacking Straw Kith Alfalfa Irrigation. llrnp*' ; icktni: In tho Fresno district Is now on in full blaat Moat of the work 1* telni; tlone t&gt;y Jaivinmo, (*hine*c and Imlians who receive $1.75 per t!ay. Tho cr\ip will bo about onethlri! le«s than I.\9t yenr. Dropping of Orango — Cause Uy J. H. Heed. Illrcrsldc. Probably few appreciate the work Prof. Cixik Is doing through the Cultivator for orchardlsts better than I. Hl* tuorough equipment, keen observation and careful study are helping us to understand better. Many of our orchard enemies, and how to fight them. Hut I know him well enough to bo sure that he will not object to. but rather Invite the expression of any honest investigator who might differ with him In some of his conclusions, hence I submit the following: After a somewhat careful study of the dropping of oranges for a good many yea...
Taft'i Proclamation [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
Taft'i Proclamation MANILA.— The profo»:ndest grk-f is man I tested by every class in the community over the death of President McKlnlcy. (Joy. Taft has issued a proclamation which explains to the Fllipin'-s that a-hlle th* death of President McKlnley is an irreparable individual loss, It doea not altor the stability of the govcrnmeßt or change the course of the aimlniftraion. This was considered necefsary. because the Kil'pinos tbcusbt Bryan would succeed him. Funeral ccremonUi will l.c hold on tie Luncta by the civil and military a-.ithcrltJca tspan tho &lt;!ay of th»* funeral.
I iitnrr Dr >. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
I iitnrr Dr &gt; . There U n y*imi}»i&lt;vr In «Jlrnr«l vol io^i* n ho c*oniliiiit*i tin* fKH'tu* lumlnti ivlili i !;&lt;■&lt;•;) k»mi»(» of bumor. !!«• v i.ot n cloju» »iu«li'tit-i:i fn&lt; t. In* nynnlfl i.'i'.:.H jit lm*triim&lt;»nts of torture. One of tliv profntttoni picket] up n textbook Mousing lo hltn the* btbrr day not) fount! on | tie i'y leaf this bit of vwiw\ tvbliU no doubt expritiscri the »tv« deot'i opluiou of it: P .: J ■; rfc t ♦ in .:• rr good. For rrfug* hitUr 0/. An J iv .lii-J It * wbol* «' r! I It tubaff^ri TJji v,-,« would itiM U «ir/. -Pbllndelpbla Record.
I li.tt I.Ullr**, t.ut V • I.ii.lit I"«••-1 *iic [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
I li.tt I.Ullr**, t.ut V • I.ii.lit I "«••- 1 * ii c «'i-.-.-! »■•• a l"«y. l«n«ulJ U\rr. Htlr It up wiltt Canrarat* i'*c. U «'«t;.*r &lt; .l -. I I«-al l»nl,\r, .! tunic aixl train br*C*r. I*ru*-gt*t». I9C, Jsc, &gt;v. '"I wlah you and May would become frl» nil again.' sa.u » o would-be peacemaker. "Well." sahl Fay. "If she'll mnke up. I will." *l told hir you had snld that, and she 8,-ild: 'The Ide:i! It's easy for her. 1 never mw her when Hh&lt;» wasn't mide up."— P.. . ndHphla lodged.
FAKE HAIR PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
FAKE HAIR PREPARATIONS. Do Hair No Good, But often Cause It to Fall Out. Many hair preparations are "fake" because they are merely scalp Irritants. They often cause a dryncss. rr.aklng the hair brittle, and, finally, lifeless. Dandruff l« the cause of all the trouble with hair. It is a germ disease. The perm makes cuticle scales as It dips to tho root of the hair, where It destroys the hair's vitality, causing the hair to fall out. To cun? dandruff, the germ must be killed. 'Destroy the cause, you remove the effect." Newbro's Herplcldo Is the only hair preparation that kills the dandruff g««rm. thmby leaving the ha!r to grow luxuriantly. The IJr«t Preacrlptlon or MiUrU. CbU'.» and f*v*T !• a tottl* of nmt»'i ta«t*&gt; lw» Chill Tonic, is l« iimpty Iron and qulnlo* la a ta«e?!*«« form. No ctir^— no p*r. I*rlc« Wte. "lie thought the gun wasn't loaded.' "Hut it rejlly was loaded." "AftT he found out It wasn't"— Philadelphia Press.
EASY COME, EASY CO. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
EASY COME, EASY CO. The man who crr^ps nlonc; bent over, with his spinal column feeling in a condition to snap like a pipestem at any minute, would readily Rive a Krrat deal to g*»t out of his dilemma, and yet this is only the commonest form by which lumbapo. seizes on an«« twists out of shap*» the muscle*, of the back. This Is commonly known as backache, a crick In the back, but by whatever name it may bo known, and however bad It may be. 10 minutes rlgoroufc rubbing with St. JaroM Oil r.n the afflicted part will drive out the trouble nnd completely restore. It Is a thing «o easily caught. It m.iy bo wondered nt why th**re Is not nor* 1 of It. but bernufco It Is so easily curM by St. JarotiH Oil may bo tho very reason thnt wo hoar co little of It. «tatj: op "irro. city of Tor.nno. | i.ucas o»r.vTV. i Ir.jr.k J. Cheney mnkco oath that h« h th*« »«'nlf.r partner «»f the firm c-f P. J. CHENEY * Co.. doing butlncfi In the city r»f Toledo, County nnd Staf? nfonnaUl, nn&lt;l that...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
Sick Women Mm* Vatanttna Toll* How lydLi Cm Plnkh&amp;m'e Vagota~ btu Compound Our ad Norm Hftppincsti trill po 00l cf v&lt; nr lif* lorrvcr. my if you h*«C Rny nf the R^tnptoas t::i nti« nr*l in MrK Vfclrntinr'* 3i!t«T. i;ti!(^ \»-M »tt pmmpt h. 1 ;&gt;vu:c l.&gt;Cia L. l j lnk« ham"* Vegetate Compound i.\ « ncc. I It is nl»Milut«l v sure to help you. Ih* a trrl!&lt;&gt; fnr a&lt;lr»c* if there i» atiythinj? ftlh'i.: your c:.so y»uj &lt;K&gt; not undcrBtaod. You nr&lt;-i\ n-.-vt be afraM lo trll the ' thlns^ yt&gt;xj cxmjM not explain to the doctor— -yo:ir lrttcr will br wyn only by i trorncn. All th« r*»*r»4'n* who wf pr»Tate lct!or&gt; at Mrv IMnkham'* I^iUiraTory, at Lynn. Ma**., arc women. All l€tt&lt;T»»tvV..nd Icntialand advice ab»*v lutrly five. Here ii the letter:'.?**! lt is with j p]ra*arr thr.t 1 aod tay testimony to ! vx&gt;ur list, hop- t ,1 i lT,tra.*t4*rrib...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
Catarrh in n const Uui tonal «n ««■.»«*». tt orlfflriatei lo n irrofulotis condition of :h&lt;- btood ami d^prndson iti.-tt condition* It often rausfn hfddarho and dltslneif, Impairs Iho ta«u*. -n. u ntiii ».• .u u;.-. ; .ffcfti ifi«" vocal organs, disturbs 1 1*«- ilomachi It i" ninny* radtmlly niul i^riuniirntly Ctiml l»y tJ»" !• I t t:i.f&gt; Mi..-, .»::. :.\U\r ind lonic &lt;k i i&lt;&gt;h of Hood's Sarsaparilla rhls sreat medicine im"* wrougtil Iho »n«»»t •rundrrful rumi of nil diseases &lt;i&gt; i«-iulliik ii icrufula «r ti»» icronilous habit. iltMit&gt;'« I'lL^a mtm th« ""h*»\ cattutUc. ' L.A.N.U. No. 3H
THE WHOLE WORLD MOURNS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
THE WHOLE WORLD MOURNS PRESIDENT M'KINLErS DEATH AT HAND OF ASSASSIN A Grind Career Ended— A Most Noble Man Gone, and Sadness Fills (he Hearts of all Patriotic People. President McKinley died at Milburn House. Buffalo, N. V., at 2:15 n. m. on the j morning of September 14th, 1 1 K J I , aged 58 years, 7 months and 15 days. HIS LAST WORDS. Tho President. In his last period of riiiiHclousnt's.s, when ended about 7:40 o'clock Friday evening, chanted the words of the hymn. "Nearer My God. to Thee," and his lust audible words, as taken down by Dr. Mann, at the bedside, wore; "Good-by, all. good by.. It is God's way His will be done." Then his mind began to wander, and soon he completely lost consciousness. His life was prolonged for hours by j the use of oxygen, and the President finally expressed a desire to be allowed to die. About 8:30 o'clock the admin- Istration of oxygon ceased, and the pulse grew fainter and fainter. He was. sinking gradually, like a child, Into the eternal slumbe...
Extermination of the Gopher [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901
Extermination of the Gopher Many inventions are in existence for the killing gophers and aU are' more ore less userul — except the appli- ! cation of poisonous gases forced into ' the run-ways. Never has the writer } known of a single instance when the' poisonous gases have harmed a single gopher, although he has made many experiments. Traps are useful, ana ■ when the trap Is sprung and the gopher ta found therein, there is the satisfac- ! tion of knowing thut "you've got 'em." j Poisons are .good if properly used, i When the cereals aro used, in a ma- • jcrlty of cases, tho gopher either re- 1 fuses to eat them or stores them away j for future use; it is the same thing) with raisins or small fruit, especially ! when dried. Vegetables, such as car- 1 rots, turnips, sweet potatoes, et&lt;\, have ! also been used with more or Jess success, and even apples have been used as a conveyance for poison. The disadvantage of all tho semi-hard substances Is that poison has to be spreud...