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AN INCOMPLETE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
AN INCOMPLETE HOUSE. Wo run wild over tho furnishings of a house: Us furniture, carpets. hanKlnpx. pictures and music, and always target or neglect tho most Important requisite. SornethlnK there should bo always on the shelf to provlde nqalnst casualties or attacks of pain. Such como like a thief In tho nUht: a srraln. strain, fcudden backache, toothache or neuralgic attack. Thoro is nothing easier to set than a bcttle of St. Jacobs OH. ami nothing surer to cure quickly any form of pain. Tho house Is Incomplete without It. Complete It with a pood fcupply. STATE OF OHIO. CITT OK TOLEDO. J_, LUCAS COUNTT. I Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the firm of I F. J. CHKNKY &amp; CO.. dolnu bunlne«* |In the city of ToNvJo. County and Statß aforesaid, and that said tirrn will pay lh«» Hum of oNK HirNDIIKD LX&gt;L!,AItS f»&gt;r each and every cane of Catarrh ihnt cannot t»«? ruretl ly the use Of HALLS CATAKKH CURB. PRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to Ix'...
Thr Dramatic In Life [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Thr Dramatic In Life The undjrlutc Interest which la taken In the theater In explained by the very profound line with which Shakespeare began n very silly speech, "All the world's n stasre.*' People as a rule take no Interest In anything that Is not dramatically (or. as In the case of politics, melodramatically) formulated. Any creed to lie popular must be dramatically stated. Therefore the kos~ pels nre preferred to the epistles. ASsop'a fables nre remembered because they are the truth about things stated ilrnmntlcally nnd morally.-'
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
500,900 Women Itnvn boon rantorad to hnntlh by Lytilrt T. Ptnkham'B Vogo* tablo G*}ntr:mtnilm Thott* lot* torn aro on lito itndprovo thl» Btatomont to bo a foot, not a mar a boss t§ Whan a modi* clnn has brcn successful In curing go rr:any v¥omcn 0 you cannot WOti Bay without try* Ing It " i do not bollovo It will hotp tao." PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound It m JK»*:tfT« CUT* tct _!1 U)«* p— -f— I Ailments of Women. It will caiirrlv car* th«» vnxtl tcrto.% cf Ff_xle Ca-tplalnt*, a.l Or_rUa trewb^i. lo._i—.m*lioci »t&gt;J t"]o&lt;-ra:ica. YxY..?.z *»d Dirj»lJ&gt;c*aicnl*cf ihe \\\&gt;mS. »ad cccu««)Qeat Spiaxl W«_k»c.«, aad U r«uliaijy a4ipt«&lt;d to thf Cba* 9* &lt;__/. i *&gt;. B__g_~te V&lt;'tr trrdwit* &lt;s. toi fee cf Ur»] l^l^^P riM« less—* ills***. J S^V &gt;jc*. m. F- Mrxxjcm, j Backache. It has na .rrJ mare ex*** ol lUrk— che sad L#ofX3rrli&lt;r a titan %xiy cvtber rtxae^ij ihe world bjw ct...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
MRS. COOPCK The Matt f : «mout Scuipturcsi in (he Woild, lintirtly Cured by Peruna .-ff^x Mr«. M. •". Cooper Mrs. M. ('. CtMijMT of tho Iloynl Academy of Artn London. England, In undoubtedly one of tho greatest living sculptor*. Km .kin. tho great nrtlht. placed Mr». Cooper an one of tho Kr« - ;itm scutptom nnd palntom of thin century. Mrs. Cooper li» an ardent friend of Peruna and in n letter datod January 2»*»th. written from Washington! juivh the following: "I take pleasure In recommending Peruna fur catarrn and la grippe. I have suffered for months and after the uko of ono bottle of Peruna I am entirely well. — Mrs. M. C. Coopor. Sono! for a frop hook on catarrh r*ntllled '"Health and Beauty." This book I» written especially for women, and will be found to ho of great value to every woman. Address Dr. Hartman. Columbus. Ohio. The Kiml Yon Ilavo Always Itoti^ht has borno the signature of ChaM. 11. Flctchcrj and lias been IliarfO under his porMiiial Htipcrvisiou for over ."»&a...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Shf — Your proposal of marriage comes Quito unexpected. lie — So much the better. Sh( — Why. pray? He— -Became U'h tho unoxj-oetod that tiMj.illy hi.piK'iiH.— Chicago News.. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING When you take Orovt'l Ta»t«l»«« Chill Tonic »..« an-t- •• - f(irrnu!a !■ plainly i r!nt «-■! on every t.'.t!" •howtnir (hut tt U tlmply Iron ami Qul* nlna In a tam»lr»t form. No cixrr. No tmy, too.
M,r Wna WlllliiK. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
M,r Wna WlllliiK. "A tnl do viuj really and truly love me?" • Bk«'«l MU.i I'rmlis, "I lore ynti inmlly." replied Clarence T. Itraiul&gt;t !■!„**•. "IM «!!•• for .rou." "If I nllly eiuld l»e|iiT&lt;« thnl." mused the niaitleii, '"mill if I could induce him t&lt;» Insart 1 bi» lif«- in tny farnr tirxt!" Hut »lie Urfeitntcd to mention (In* motitr to biiii. »tsd be went ntvny dejecttd.— Harper's Bazar.
BIG PRICES FOR ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
BIG PRICES FOR ANIMALS. A §Riall ?•'/'••! fortune Nr,.,i,.i io Hccfluto of tho difficulty of tf citing it t&lt;&gt; America ami of keeping It nilve aft* tr it arrive* o good giraffe Ih quoted at $"* lull Next to the giraffe! In the aristocracy of cos! come tli" rlitnoccroß nnd the hlppafKitainuf, worth from $i.oo&lt;) to ?."».«»( mi caclt. If a dealer could breed these nil I inn!*, lit 1 could Ret rich, but ttit* jiltf iiintumals rarely breed In taptlvlry. Abotlt the only place iti America v.l. tr«« lilppopbtatnl have been known to raise their young i * In tbe mcnag&lt; et'le In Centrol park. New York. A chimpanzee of klzc \h worth $5,(X)0. nud when one h.klk ■« the intelligence hf tbe late Mr. ("rowley, Chlco or Joliniina lie Is beyond a flxed price. The luonkcy Kind are most uncertain property. The nnlinal man lays they nre certain to die. Hut the ordinary ones cm be bought very cheaply. One can buy a nice young baby elephant for $1,000 at times, bu...
NATURAL HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
NATURAL HISTORY. Tlie pouch of a pelican Is large enough to contain seven quarts of water. For mountain climbing camels nre very IneQclent and seldom used in Abyssinia ami other mountainous countries. Sparrows begin housekeeping very expeditious!}'. A pair of them will build a nest n.id furnish it with an i»gg inside of *JJ hours from the time when the site was selected. The female red grouse Is said to var.v Its dress according to surroundings. It !s n fact worth reiriemberlng that the red grouse occurs in no other part of the world but the British isles. No one has been able to give a satisfactory reason for the formation adopted by the wild duck or mallard in Ilight. The birds nr range tueinselvVs lv two con verging linrs. like a huge V. the loader occupying the point. The ostrich if n dosceudnot of a genus of liinl wbicb in prehistoric time:? nttnliu'tl ::u oinortn'ous sir.c. lv the alluvial ili posits of Matl.-igasoar evidence Ijhs rvcently boon found to show that cstric !:» .&...
Fnret liotiu!>i. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Fnret liotiu!&gt;i. "Your h'tt'.rs to vii»." said his jitlinnciHl bridt* one day. "are «o col»l and formal." "Sijri'ly. m.v &lt;!« i ar." exclaimed 1 tl:e llti'rary rrlt-brity. Mutiß l»v hor ro|k»:m !i "wli'Mi tlif.v ::r«» |iulillslihl nfti'i" vi.v •!»•.»!;• liny will I"*' fotiitd to tie moilt'l* ul ••ouiptmUloti. hn-atlilug the must ».\::tt«'! M'titiriiyiitM anti coucheil Ih llbsOlUtflV rlllTl'il lltlL'llSil."
:t t < iiif; n .tJs'H ni I *<i!m!. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
\ :t t &lt; iiif; \ n .tJs'H ni I *&lt;i!m!. louil»«'J« o.VKters ;:n- nj-.:.:l i.i oill.V one cjrp, l\:\ winfi Is nutrition*. l&gt;s;t to live on It ytai Woulil lit'ttl t\ «!.i!!.v &gt;::j&gt;ply of -I p!::utt.ls A ptirrly vi^ftnlilo diet Ih 100 bulky, ytt ii ittny hi' iroutl for ilio (zollty :t :t«l I hi 1 nli(*ito. It Is true that ilii* Stoitlsb I'tritHiiitry. ihelr couji* try's [irldc. ww iiurturctl on oatmeal, but It is liberally MJjppU'tut'iitnl l»y milk. Itatlonnl lift 1 Is a coiiipionilso. You want I lie happy luVftii "ht'twiH'n tUe llgor paeiiiK Itti cage and the cow lying uikui tlu» Ktass."-Dr. Huttli'.:»«ou i s M I)l« &gt; icilcii."
THE ABSENCE OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
THE ABSENCE OF IT. ir thf ro i« any truth In IDQ »,nylnj? that bapplficM Ih tho absence of oil pain, rgr-ntnl nnd physical, thn enjoyment of It can only bo found In heaven, Hut no far «h th* physical l» fonccrned, it i« within easy reach; at kast mraMiralily no, na far ns cure will tro. The Kiim of human misery In thlH lino Ik mad" up of greater or \fnH dr-Krrrs of phyitlrnl ftiifforlnff. Tho minor fichefl and pnlnn which nffllrt mankind nro easy to reach and n* easily rurrrl. Tlkt^ aro nrno In the whole category which; If taken in tlmo, cannot h» cured, They must In BCfno form afJiirt the ncrvefl, the benio, Dip mund'H and jclntH of the human body. They nre ail nic.ro or k?R hurt'u! nifl wasteful to the nyhtom. fit. Jacobs Oil Ih made to cure thorn, to search out hidden pain Hfots, nnd to niro promptly In a true remedial and lasting way. Wry. very many havo not known happing for years till they used It. and very many are putting off rurc nnd happiness because they don't lire It. Gu...
Look Tlrril Toilhv [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Look Tlrril Toilhv ( Perhaps you rant »•!««;&gt; or uneasy *lumb&lt;r Uontr.Mt you. A &lt;*a»carf-r f.'anily Cathartic : n l«.|tlrn». Kunrant««» r«.fr«-*hlnK uU-tu. IjrujrRIM». lOc.. 25c., 50c. — Mrs. Trotabout— l shall be off the greater part of the day, as I have joined the Society for the Suppression of Needless and Nerve-racking Noises. Mr. T.— Good idea, my dear. Take the baby along with you.— New York Weekly. New York City, June 12. 1901.— 1 heartily recommend Garfield Tea for liver [trouble. Our family physician prescribed your Tea, and after taking four packages my system is in perfect condition and my complexion has become clear." It has been demonstrated by years of use throughout the world that Garfield Tea cleanses the system and purifies the blood; from all reports it would seem that nothing can equal this timple herb medicine that cures in Nature's way. Stop* thf Cough nnd TCorka off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Qu!clne Tablets cure a cold "What a w...
HAIR WON'T FALL OUT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
HAIR WON'T FALL OUT If You Kill tht Dandruff Germ with the New Treatment. John N. Fuller, a well known rltl7.cn r,f Colfcx.. Wash., niy»; "i hod dandruff to badly triat It rrikrrt on rr.y &lt;•*•.! Ip. Hftrplcl'lr* completely cur »l me.V George M. McWhlrk of V/ol'.n. Wai In, Wnflh.. mya: Vflorpldldo romplr-frly rurrl me &lt;.t a bad Cttifl f dandruff of V) ye.irs' nt'inditirr." They took the only rrnly lenslblo treatment a remedy that destroys th*i dandruff germ— Nowbro'rt Hcrpjolao. Stop dandruff, hair won't fa. I out, lm'. will grow naturally, luxuriantly. Allays Itrhlnt: Instantly ami makes hair glossy and Koft a^ Ji.lk. At druggists.! One lottle will ronvinco any doubter nt ft« merit**
It flnlncd <*opp*r. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
It flnlncd &lt;*opp*r. The cadets of Annapolis «at In the lido nlslon of the? chapel, leaving tho center nislen for the oHJcth and their farnlllefl, any* Dr. Cyrus Townsond Brady In '•Under Tops'ls and Tents." When the offering was received, tho two I&gt;oyß chared with the duty of passing the platt-s dirt not make the slightest effort to circulate theru- among the cadets, for we never had any money. They would walk rapidly down the olhlc and then come deliberately up the middle, gathering thence what they could. One Sunday the chaplain announced that he would preach a missionary setrnon the next Sunday. It did not have the ordinary effect In empty Ing the church, for we were obliged to po ns usual. During the wrek It occurred to the bright mind of a senior, or first class man, who Is vow a prominent New York financier, that It would he well for the cadets to make an offering. So ho sent out to the bank on Saturday mornfng nnd succeeded in smuggling in over 300 coppe...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 28 September 1901
Eczema How it reddens tho nkln, lUUrn, t*&gt;zi*, drW-n niui " .iii •«' y«imo pcoftlo.call It t«tter, milk crust or unit rheum. Thn niiftVrliiii from It h f&gt;'iinr&gt;tlm&lt;*l Intwiw; I«miil nn 1 11 1 &gt; 1 ii &lt; .'ntlnim «r«» rcnortfil totluy mltlKtiti*, tint &lt; aiiimt tiirr*. It proccedi from bumon Inherited of ncquired mid peril St I until itlCtO Imvn ti«in rr-iiKivnl. Hood's Sarsaparilla jMinlilvrly ri'tnovt'9 th'iii. Unn rndiiully nnd perrnsm mly cured I Ih* wont cuicSi und h wltho*tt it rt ccjual for nil cutaneous eruption 1 ). FIuUK'H I'll I ■&lt; ate the l.«»l ( 4tli»f tic. J'||&lt; « « t,nt«. A NARROW ESCAPE An Indiana Wonitin's Terrible Experience "It was a frightful experience nnd 1 never expected to come out alive," said .Mrs. Ellen Bowman of No. bL' Windsor Block, Indianapolis, Ind.. in tho cour&amp;e of an interview recently published in the Sun of that city. % 1 do not suppose It...