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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

Tin' ass.ivsjn.iii. mi of President MoKiuley. b\ a blackhearte*! anarchist, «.»v.. national calamity. The dre»l brings true sorrow and sadness not only to every American, but to the whole civilised world. By the death «.f William McKiulry the nation lost a wi*e and g»">«d ruScr. a gentleman and a martyr. Where McKinley wa* known best he wa* lotetl moist. Personally, there had !>eru no more popular man in the White House since it was built than McKiulcy. >\ X publish e'.*cwhere in thx-» numt»er of the I'kkss the "progress qt our railnod," which we take from the San 111 ego t*nio»n. This bit of news shoo Id t>e cratiying to every one who has ii.tere»»ts in this valley. The *ucccs.s of tHi<% enterprise mean's a great deal for the Imperial country. ' With the inauguration of this r».*ad we will have liru railroad* traversing the valley. Tbu? second will be a branch iri>m the Southern Pacific to lap this country. Unsympath...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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A NUISANCE THAT SHOULD BE ABATED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

A NUISANCE THAT SHOULD BE ABATED fKW men can be found to pity the fragments of the fool who sticks a lighted cigar into a barrel of powder; and we hold up the oil can idiot as a warning to thoughtless j»e<jple. It is Ihe expected that happens in all such ea*es. And yet we go right on educating our people in anarchism through the instrumentality of the ablest teacher* imported from foreign o>unIries. Then, when the explosion occur*, shall we plead that we "didn't know it irak loaded?*' When some highly honored idol of the people is a*~ KafcMuated, we kecm surprised. Can we expect to *ow Canada thistles and reap wheat'/ Can we reasonably cx« |K*ct to imjK»rt professional assassins and reap social order, instead of bloodtehed? We have permitted Kuropean nations to consign to us cargoes of anarchists, and we have received them with open arms, secured their declaration of intentions and voted them at the polls. Their native lands have found it profitable to pay the ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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GOOD TREE FOR THIS COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

GOOD TREE FOR THIS COUNTRY f(>K %hade fnirpoMr* the people of thi-% j valley will nut likely Ami a tree that would bo more <iti*faciory than the Lcbbck, which ban proven a great I access a«» a street tree in other warm I dry countries. Of the Lcbbvk thej Km it World «*ay»: A new tree i* the Icbbek. It wa> in* trudaccd into Evgvpt before the hc^in-l llitlg'of the lant century am! .probably; was extensively plantetl during the; reiijn uf Mohammed Ali. who vra«*..a j great pat run of horticulture- ISOS-1543. ( During the rclfpi of the Khedive I*h-j mail, the French gardener M. Hruillett. in 1809 »upcriiitciKlcd the planting of many hundred* •■* thousand* of tree*. Judging from those now *tand> imj in the city of Cairo and along the roadsides outside of it, the lcbtnrk tree must have been one of the princtfal tree* planted at that time. A«'C*. Pairchild, agricultural explorer. *ay* the roa<!«» outside the city, instead of being tire...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

| Kerckboff'Cuzner | I IBM & Lumber (£, | whoushi,o I UMRFR oo^ r no5 ABm f :^) RETAIL OCALCRS IN LiWlf lIVImI 1 ... MILL WORK G jZ yards at 5: san peoro. *hoi..ui Main Office Cor. Aiameda & Macy Sts K' *3 LOB ANOKLIS. MAIM OrfiCl ■ f :rM^.7^ N cov,H A . Los Angeles. Cal. f | freight of all Kinds | I Handled With Care t JL> If you are coming to the lmjxcria] country you will {JL v fin<l it to your advantage to consign you f rciyli t t<> *T * Wesley Patton, * •^ „ i <&- . . . rl* J^ who has first-class rtijs for handling 1 anything from a Jfe box of groceries to a steam engine. And if Patton f» **• ■ handles your jjoods you will know they are handled ** 4f . . * . & ' • rij^li t side up with care. ,^e . If you have any land to be put in cultivation or crops. *J* *v to' b<r harvested, he will look after that too. **" i^ Imperial, Cal. Imperial Press, PRICE 51.50 A YEAR The...

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The Flnlnndrra. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

The Flnlnndrra. No northern people are han!!er or more spirited than the Flnlnuders, with their clear complexions and dark blue oyes. In spite of their harsh climate they have the most healthful living of perhaps any of the northern races and keep equal degrees of romance, darlug nnd good feeling In their natures. You do not (hid Imagination, force nnd adventure In a race without coarse, plenteous fare, pure nlr and clean Uncss. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKISO When you lake Orove'» Ts.»t»lf»» ChTl T. nJc ti*cau»e the formula Is plulnty printed on rvrry bottl*- nhowlnit thnt It U ilmplv Ir.n: «n<l Qu». nine In a urn« !«••■« form. No cur*. No mv. Uk. ,V':v. <:"■ . •;• ',- :'«.■;« ••.: haven't found •' < f I •«;;:: s «.j cooUlrg you • •*: 1 •• «»r i:::c:> practical iwei : ::'.v .v,... v ,.. i;v ilcar. Tluy ' " :- ' * !.n*.v rij [jroparo t« •:•;•;•.;■.!:: • •• ' •• Ii 1 V tjve Uo\V to live Cti •'r:v -!.-;■. For pimples, callow complexion, Impure ...

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$1,000 REWARD [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

$1,000 REWARD for l>id(»n(c% of I mud in lc»slimoniiiK Advertising Or. Willinms* Pink Pills for Pole People It i» Bomctlmci thought that somo concerns, in order to niak*- people bellcvc that the nrtlclo in which they deal \t, n good one, manufacture themBelyci the tettlmonlali which they uto in their advcrtlaeracnU. Tho Dr. Wii- llamn' Medlcino Co., mnnufacturera of Dr. Williams' I'lnk Pills for Pale People, however, have always held that tho publication of a flctlclom or even a misleading testimonial is not only bad morally, but Is bud advertising. Consequently tho greatest care has aiway* been taken in selecting testimonial!* for their advertising. Every ran** 1.4 not only carefully Investigated but In rnottt InHtanceu It Ih sworn to in legal form that the aflldavit' place j on l\\o. That no doubt may be in the minds of the public, the company offtTH one thousand dollars ($1000) for evidence of fraud, on Its part, In the publication of any of the testimonials us- tl in ...

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tloth WVrr Knrprl«(><f. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

tloth WVrr Knrprl«(&amp;gt;&amp;lt;f. Tho third time I ChftßffOd mr«r nr« A* tbo Ifornclltvlllo Union rallrofld Mntion and lunched Ql the little grillroom Ju«t up tin* Rtfcct tii&amp;lt;&amp;gt; joiiy llttlo proprietor rt*eognl£Pd me tin n regular patron nnd did bin i»« t to entertain me tvblta my • perlal pot of tOflfCQ wim romlritf to fl boll. "Not lii? thnt ff How who Junt went out?" in» nnhtfi, chuckling contentedly to blmsclfi . I hadn't noticed particularly, hut I knew it would bo disconcerting to nd« mlt, ko I nodded encouragingly, Rnjf a writer In tho New York Herald. "Well," bo continued, "tbfll'l Jim Btnith — Xotig Jim Smith they call him— comluctor of the ICrle, and. j»ny, he'ii laying for mo. ClrcatcHt practical Joker you ev;r nnw. Always getting rlgn on mo, nnd I never could get hack on him until InKt week, and then I was nhout an much NiirprlHcd an be wan. "I was coming do*yn tho street nnd nnw a crowd gathered around bodio Salvation Army lingers. la&am...

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A Close Call. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

A Close Call. "Don't you talk to your hnsband orer the phone?*' "Never. When I haTe anything of Importance to say to my husband. I want to get aear blm."— Cleveland Plain Dealer. Mm arc a good deal like horses; It la altvnvH the "old reliable family horse** that knocks everything to smash and runs away.— Atchison Globe.

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The Life Line In One's Hnnd. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

The Life Line In One's Hnnd. There ore three prominent lines In the palm— the Hue of life, that of the bead and the heart Hoe. The line of life begins on the inner boundary of the palm, about midway between the thumb and the forefinger. If we Imagine the left band to be a map. with the fingers pointing north, this line runs toward the sout beast, then curves toward the south nnd In some hands curves finally toward the southwest. It thus skirts the base or "uprise" of the thumb, known as the uprise of Venus. If It Is deep, broad. of good color nnd extends nearly or quite to the wrist and If the rest of the band indicates vitality and cheerfulness, the subject may be expected to live to a green old age; be lias a good disposition and the qualities which good health and good temper usually create.

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( aMI t.'-:il "I .:ji. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

( aMI t.'-:il "I .:ji. As us:::;! h.&amp;gt; w.:s uunopdluiu^ tho newspa jut. "IMv.'iM" l«-; v..v l.r.ve ttie woniin'n pagf." slip iaiil. Hi 1 c;iicf;:!!y tory «if/ a pnse :iud liamlcd it t-&amp;gt; !:&amp;lt;•••. It v.:is a f::!l paw r.tlv««rti'»«'t:i&amp;lt;'nt of a roillfcifr.T ••;»« tis::*r. nutl In 1 cbiickleil at bli own V.w'.f j'T.c. Si X!. A.v •.;!«♦ tvvrj;~«'jl. She went to flic nieuln^, r.vA he pnlJ t'.:e 1&amp;gt;:!I. — CLii njru I'wx.

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("iitnl'M-in:; (11m C*litii:i. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

("iitnl'M-in:; (11m C *li ti i:i. .!&amp;lt;&amp;gt;!i!!:)y &amp;gt;i:: jl»« fir«l.;-,i- 1 ;i;!nr. f.itlnr. onk «'!.! • f '!!•' »v Iml ny! I *« I ht*r i : » i ; 111:jsr1 1 1 : j sr «&amp;gt;;'t 1.1-» uendi— What a ntu*::i&amp;lt;«' ,v«t;i i hltdt i*n mv! Wliat ilu you tv.-.U ii iv. •'.' .!«.!:::•-. ivvltli a clutaphh'.u fiance «t hi* |.!.r"i !!■•■. i~To::::.iy Un&amp;gt;nl:s wouldn't I'i'lh'Vi' v»»i:M ifj l::iir en tho top ul &amp;gt;..:ir i... .i - T;t ::;:.*. Rrgpy: T!:h hcrso hna a beautiful mouth. Rlilsg Master (surprlsoi:; TblnU so. rlr? Rojgy: Yes; I can hang en by the reins all I want t:&amp;gt;. mil he dotsn't mind It n bit.— Town r.nd Country.

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Mow to Down Milei [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

Mow to Down Milei OCt n fprlnkllnr: pit. rut In it (tome kcrotcoe&amp;lt; Add a small quantity ! of carbolic ncl»J. .Sprinkle your nest ■ boxes Intlde and out. Hprlnklo ground underneath ne«t boxe*. Tut in frnah! Htrnw. Don't put any oil on that, a* it will Injure ''Kkk If It comes In contact with them. Hprlnklo your h&amp;lt;:n houso, wullh and floor nnd roof. Kxamlno tho SCtteri every day or two. I'ut your' bund under the lettcri* Look at your, hand. If you ««.•«; nilteß on your hand; take the hen off und burn out the ne»t. sprinkle the neht and put in clean ' fctraw. Wash egg» In warm water arul itplac* them In the nest. Dust hen | with Insect powder and replace. If you ' have another hen that wants to set! und is not infested with vermin, bet* { ter let her flnlkh her Job, and put Infested hen in a coop, gprlnkk-'l with , oil until the vermin leaves her. Tho first mites of tho season usually { appear on the faces of the setters; that i Ih, the bare portion of the hen's h...

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CONSOLATION AND COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

CONSOLATION AND COMFORT. Who is it that does not wish to be out in the open air or alive in some field of sport, whether it be with Iho bat. rod. or gun; whether we po coasting over the hills and vales on the wheel, or sailing over rough waves or into serene coves, it is all sport, and the springing muscles seem to need it. It is bound to happen that some mishap will occur. Thus it is that we have sprains In abundance; light sprains, sprains that cripple, sprains that give great piin. sprains that rob us of sleep, but ?~ortsmen of all kinds have come to kaiow that there is nothing better than the old reliable St. Jacobs Oil. Have it with you for use: you may rely on its cure of the worst sprain and restoration to the comforts of life. Adams' Sarsaparllla P l l 1 3 cure sick headaches, constipation, bllllousness, dyspepsia, purify the blood, 10 cents. 25 cents. Druggists. TO CURK A COLO IN ONK HAT Take Laxative ltromo Quinine Tablet!". A!l ilrutKNt- refund tho mon«-y If It fulls to c...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

$ The debilitating drains and g] M discharges which weaken so rag H many women arc caused by Ca- t?| H tarrh of the distinctly feminine m B organs. The sufferer may call RJ |3 her trouble I^tuchorrhoca, or f^l M Wcalcncss.or Female Disease or ill N sonic other name, but the real pij I trouble is catarrh of the female pj tj organs and nothing else. |J Pi Pe-ru-na radically and pcrma- K3 I*l nently cures this and all othei vM Pi tormsof Catarrh. It isa positive kj |l specific for female troubles ||| Kl caused by catarrh of the delicate 13 D lining of the organs peculiar to I women. It always cures if used H H persistently. It is prompt and 9 CITO P«rm»n«-i.tlf CarH. No flu or nrrrotuinejs II IV mft*rfin&amp;gt;til*yV lit*. if I»r. Kli«e&amp;gt;c;rrat Nenr» Botorcr. B«ndforFK.EE»*.OOtri*lbotUe»ndtr««lU: DE.B.iLKuxs.Ltd..UlArcbSt..FbiladelphU.Pa. Old Bender: There's only one thing Sn this world that I want and can't get. and afs lime, sir — time. Charlie Hardup: why, I had no id...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 21 September 1901

D O Y O U tf\ W A N T A Jl RANCH W On Government Land in_Swtfaern^QiKfcg^^ Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit. The Home for Cattle and Hcj&amp;amp;s. jj — — BSBaBKMnTOEJiK fwißffw ■■ ' ****. * ' *'^77^"-V * »&amp;gt;'*jß ?I&amp;lt;sfj&amp;amp;i~*i4s '&amp;amp;f-m*%ii *jj-f fe^TaTiiftsS!MHßßh*|'*' ■• *- ' ; - ■ :'■■■ {^^^^"s-^jßGHi^^^JHn^fflED^^lHF ' ~****~**«~~ i ■ : v •♦ - ■ ■- ■■ N :.. •■■ ■ '^.■- ■■■■■■■ ■■•.^...^■'^••^'■•\^^-'^^^^ &amp;gt; •• *^j^w?"&amp;gt; r^^\ 3 '^- * **' i&amp;lt;v ' v c&amp;lt; r-\^'*r -\^'* ■ e'^v^t j-^js --_ ■?*•*- ■■ i f---«'\ v *" t^'-S9ffllß&amp;gt; • ' ■- ' **.n y **&amp;lt; - ' ** f-*" 1 ! ' ' &amp;lt;^SSH " sGfi ' i " il ■''^'■•"■3 Merc is the Water! Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not bz lower if the irrigation system were built by the government CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING JFACTS i. pj^sf t he Im))crial Canal System is the largest in the United ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

Imperial Press. "Water l» Kinq-lyere l§ its Kingdom/ NO. 24. VOL. I. IMPERIAL, CCALf. f SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1901.

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Zht Country 'Hound [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901

Zht Country 'Hound Summary of Ib* week's happenings Mr«. Wilson of Berkeley, was here this week. H. C. Slicklcr i» in the valley from Riverside. J. W. L*&amp;lt;jhr is here on a business trip from Latnanda. C. H. Walton inhere from Highlands looking for land. D. Y. Williams of Kedlands, is in the valley on business. J. I). Rodger* of Dulge, is here this week looking for land. E. W. Richardson of Cli boson, is in the valley on business. K. H. Walgeu was in the valley Wednesday from Highlands. A. Dillham of Pasadena was in the valley few days this week. Paul Sicboid wan here on a business trip from Los Angeles Wednesday. Mrs. Bcrly of Highlands, was among the home seekers in the valley thin week. N. Coon is in the Imperial country asking fora spot on which to build a home. F. K. Gibbon of PaHadcna.is looking over the valley this week with view to locating. A. A. Philips of Los Angeles was in the Imperial country Wednesday and Thursday. I. W. Glcason of Riverside, is doing the coun...

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