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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
Women Must Sleep. Avoid Nnrvou* Proatratlon* tf yon nrr ilnnp-wmlT ticU trhAt i» Ihc lir*t Anty «&lt;f y.ujr priyMcUn? ll« qulrtn the BerTOUJi *.\ «-i« u&gt;. he i!« «4lcna Ut6 pain, tint) you Mwp well. You oupl t to Unt»w that w bf n rou c&lt; .-&gt;«-. .! tn «&lt;r&gt; rr^rul.ir in jour r«»ur*c%. prorr Irritable without ca\j^. nn*t pa&amp;a klccp2t»3 niphti*.. there i» jK'ricus "^/■•^:^ V sit*, lljucrunr. troaWc wnnewhcjv. and ncrrotrs pros* t ration \s *&gt;urv to fullotr. You oupht to know lixit indier-stlon, j exhaustion, womb displaocmrnU, fainting, dixxincss, hcAdarh*'. and, backache tmd the nerves wild with aflripbt, »nd you cannot sleep. Mrs. Hartley, cf *Zl W. Congress St., Chicago. 111.. 'whose portrait x*c publish, suffered all thc*e aconica. and was entirely cured by Lydla K. Pink- j ham*s Vcpctable Cosopotind: her caw? tbonld l« a wanjinp to others, ar.d ber cure carry conviction to the minds of every *urT...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
Eruptions ' l&gt;ry, moist, scaly tetter, nil funni of CCZCtnn Of salt rheum, pimples ami other cutntieous ortiptlotia pro* ccctl from lnmu'jN, cither Inher* ItcHifOr ncquirc&lt;l through defectivo digestion and usMiuilaliiiM. To treat these eruptions with drying medicines Is dangcrotifl. Tho thin^ to do in t«» help tho Fv&gt;t«'in diachnrgo th»» htunors, and strengthen it ngninst tln/ir return* Hood'f &gt; »r-.»i'.inl!a |&lt; rnmiit mly rur&lt;&lt;l J« Q, Him v Krnnk*. HI., of retctna, ftotn wtikh he lit ■uffereil for ionic llmei ■••■&gt; Mill Alvlna Wotter. llo« 212, Algona. \vi*.. of p|m&lt; plea on her face and ' .-. v mt&lt;l ehafctl tktn on I• r 1 • \&gt;y •■■•''.-. ■'&gt; ulifl !. 1 I been greatly trvuMi&lt;l. Tl.&lt; r«- an* iii'-r«' lctiiini&gt;ulal» in favor of thli k'r&lt;at uieUtclno than can lo published. Hood's Sarsaparilla Promises to euro a...
I tic I'd It Iff ft > [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
I tic I'd It Iff ft &gt; \\V «!iy nl ii itittti W'lw fn« ho will m.i-'i i\ lit- i« Milfij \i\ liN |tfl*ftlon*." Tim.v ir«iVffti rifi.'i. iml ln» i ti» in fYniiir !•"* iikii nti \t;ii ivittle, "I'nmdoii li a t.vuiMi ivliji'li *',ny* ilt«*i&lt; wlmm It Ro?« i-rim " If !« ill:,' Him. uhlili niiit* lliorf• U U 1 1 ! &gt; l.i'l !frt| 't'llti »«j|t»ilv lie i|lHMi&lt; Itnl, 01 !!!;•• iJm« inrrrfil. uliU-li \\ lull If l» ftU'olliii i.ii iim Utt'wt l»i» iixCiilncl W'ltli ll« I sin!.* «'.::! him nn( ti prisoner uliu hiiM I'l-iii |u»l ifi fi'M«" * In hii «• ri &gt; t*nt&gt; . (Mil f;ti!t» hljji ulu'fri* dun pa*. iloiiM uvi'i ik»'.'. "i»r liii i » i!i-«ii ti&lt; -rluji.
1ti.r.11.. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
1ti.r.11.. OcorCP M»M»»r, | lii&lt; ri'tvellftf, mue b:ul a filnr r:&lt;(i|&gt;;i.| nl Mil* Oilihih in I'nri*. Tliii iiimvh df hi* kimul fortune enrnr in him iv I&lt;ond'&gt;ti. mill In- ni &lt;»iim&gt; repnlrnl lo the I'reia Ii rnpiihl iin«l in rutty inntnitig pre utiti «l liitntx'ir hi t lit* mnnngcr'* ofii&lt;e. Tin* l:i;iitn»» t v :i« eiiifftiTitl "ii Mie »• t n g"* rehromlnu tin ndnf&gt;tnti'&gt;n «&gt;f "Oilu-llo," • fid lb«* ili'iij ki • |m r fnllei) \&lt;&gt; rf*cngDltC (lie riftnl hTtlior "f "11-ilier WatwtV nnd "'l'lie Celil nil**" nml iilmplj nuked him til* t'i!»lin ►»• m'itli the mnnocer. •Till lilm.V »nid Mr. Moortv In hi* l^ft I'rui'- I'niu ti. "I nm nn I-'usHmli amljor nho«i' plnr !:•• iui&lt; nc*rrplrd. M 'J'lu' d&lt;"ttUf. pi'r him |n lite in:iunf«r nnd i»niil. "'rii-M* i« nn I'nclUh cntU-mnn nt Ihe d«M&gt;r v hn •ayx thai you are t&...
V!?!lrn«i In If. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
V!?!lrn«i In If. "1 bot. \'vv po| i\ M-henie." «n&lt;d tlie In- I Tfutlre crt)iii«. "ili.it will make me lmlp&gt; jxmii tuly il&lt;b if I hkihil in fMrferting It." "What l» UV" «-Ui*.l hl« ffiend. "It bn* l&gt;«'&lt;-ti i-*:ttii:i&gt;« &lt;i." itiuiiniinl f lto ' I. C.. **lhfll «'fn« ..t&lt;!i:wity r«'!;inl«* liuu^e liy will lay LD.OfWi pi:j:» hi n -1.1-.itl " I "Yo." nn-nitii! Mr friend. "1 ul trbat'» ibr »? In n:&lt;-7" ' "I |&gt;r«'p&lt;i»i*." ft p!if*«l t!«- c«'tiiif&lt;. "Jo ' graft tin* UrniM* 111 ■ •• i'i'h ••nrnvr.nl hrn " I
t.olim All it t Tinif. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
t.olim All it t Tinif. "I •&gt;-&lt;'«• :i \VKccih!:i man &lt;lnim* to havi' solviil tin* jMTp«\iinl motion |)iob Icin." "Thai's nothing. I .iavc a mcxiol of a (MTprtcnl motion machine at my Vousr now." "Does it work success fully?" •'From tin* stnudpoint of i&gt;erpetual motion, you bet It does." "Have you given It a name? 1 "Sure." "What do you call It?" " "Jlmmle.* and It wns r&gt; years old Its last birthday."— Chicago Post.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
,1 SUCCESSFCL MAX How Me Attained His Present Enviable Position "Hcnetty, aßgrensivi-nesß and health are the requisites for success." These aro tho words of John 11. Ftlley, of Cazcnovla. N. V.. who has aitalncd tlu&gt; main thing that all men desire. "The flrst two qualities I mention nro necessary/ he continued, 'If n man or a woman wants to rln^ In life, but they are of little uho If the third Is not in your possession." In response to questions he said: "About two years n&amp;o I was taken j down with Inflammatory rheumatism and was flat on my bark, racked wltn pain and as helpless as a child for ■ fourteen week 6. During thos&lt;» weeks I Buffered r.s only they who have in- 1 flammatory rheumatism can suffer." "Didn't you have any medical attendance?" queried the reporter. "Yes. I had th«* best that could be procured, but the doctors did not help me." "Hut how did you Ik come cured?"' "Refore I was taken sick I had «een advcrtlsemehtfc of Pr. Williams' P...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
tuflJr"* 3^ ll|ffl TJl ° J^ ill(1 Yon Ilavo Always Bought, and which Iky, Uvj.n W&amp;* -*^ ; la U5O for over (JO ycarft, lia.s bonio tho ri^natnro of ANi'CclablelVcpnMiionrorAs- S^* Jj/Jfrf-+-J j/Jfrf-+-* L - Honulftiipcn-lsloxi Rlnro its Infancy. iWfi)ilnlii^UicFtXXlan(l»ct|tila- | *~&amp;aSVK/&lt;Uc/UM a« o w no ono to deceive yonln thin. lHij»«icbtoinnclisnndi3w\»lsoi All obuntcrfclti, Imitations and i« Jast^hffoM^aro but ET*^r"^i^ffi&amp;Ktf^ffiffi&amp;F^ Kxi&gt;«rliuciitH thiit trlllo with nnd endanger the health of |ffJkf. i ftJhJ^t'im?!Tflf 1 ' Jtf&gt;&gt; '^™ g Xuiuuts and Children— l2xi&gt;erienco ngaliwt lixpcriincnt. .— • - Promotes ni(*cslion.Ctvcrrtil- fa ' lAfi _a ■-. f± A g*% I A msManJlteqConlalnsncillcr , " What IS CASTORIA Oimiiu.MorpiMiie nor Mineral. | NOT N Ait c otic. Cfwtorla Is a harmless HtibHtltnto for Castor Oil, ParoB&lt;&gt;»*io, Drops ntul Soothing' Syrups. It l.s P...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
j^fi\ BEST FOR THE BDV/ELS ft PANnY eS9 a taste pood. Ent them like candy. They k umkui j BXBT\P/lttOlT\ r» r.: ■■•■•■■ any tad taste in the mouth, leavC PATHfIRTIP I :• k the broath EWtet :irn! ptrfum^d. It !i 5 UHiriHniii/ j "" a •■..^:n- to take th&lt;rn. and tnoy aro "*^ v *^^ VfcVhWb^* HktJ especially by children. __, sweeten the stomach by cleansing tho Y^^mt^^C^^ mcuth. throat and food channel. That 5 oWhhltN 5 M*T\T\Pny\o\W means, they »top undigested food from ? -ritr- oTnn«mi 5 &gt; :r.r s' In the stomach, prevent gas form5 THe oIUMAI/n J ire i" the bowels, and kill disease Kerms r fc » k .»v» i i»^.»^»»»» fc »»»»» fc ». i ; any kind that breed ar.d feed In the entire system. «****«**« **«-*r«*&lt;.«4 ****** are purely vegetable and contain no mer- % PMRPI V c curlal or other rnir.«ral poison. They cone runcLl &gt; &amp;r^7\4* f\+* o\V\ kl * &lt;f fhv ' 3tes!t discoveries in mtdlcine. c VPPFTARI FtF t \S~''**»-**&amp;...
AN IMPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
AN IMPOSITION AT the SepJemt»er meeting of the! IVvarxl of Supervisor* *»f San I&gt;iego : county. Section Six of Ordinance No. 121, of the Ordinance of San l&gt;»cgo county. regulating the i*.*uance of a licen&gt;e to *ell intoxicating liquor* etc.. i paved February Tth. 1901, a-» amended j bj Ordinance No. 122, pa**ed March 7th, 1901 • *nts amended whereby only I 5 signature* are required to a petition • fora saloon licence to operate any-; where in the coantj outside of incoratedcitj linsit*. The ordinance pre- ; viou^ly required 50 per cent, of the voters of the district wherein the licensed business" wa* to be conducted, j The revised ordinance require* the? signature* of 5 voter* of the district in j which the licenced business is intended to be conducted, rcgardle** of the number of voter* in iwich dUtric* who may or may not want such business conducted in their neighborhood. To an uninterested observer it would appear that such an ordinance :- an impo...
SIMPLE THOUGH VERY IMPRESSIVE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
SIMPLE THOUGH VERY IMPRESSIVE OF all the tad scenes recently enaAed in the Capita) City, writes a Corropondctit from Waiblogtou, the *im- l»lr*t *tan«U out n« mo»t iinprc»*ivf. The ankal *»f Hie bodjf of him who a fff» wrrk* be foft had k&gt;mio forth in all the itfctlgttl ami vi£v«r of manhood, at hi* official home* No pomp« iu&gt; hamU. ItO fcreat ceremony attended the return. A simple e»cort of two troop* of cavalry md a gtitrd of honor contUting of the ranking officer* of army ami navy met the funeral train of their late chief at the depot. It wan already ilarK when the train arrived but Pennsylvania avenue wa» bright with the •oft rloit of hundred* of Incandescent light*. The cavalry, witecn ahrea»t, prweetleO up the brvvad, crape-tlrapci! avenue, followed by the %'tinple hear»e drawn by %ix black hor»ts, attended by the guard of honor and followed in j turn b&gt; the carriage* of the mourner*. \ President Koo»evelt. the Cabinet and other*. I&gt;...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
S KerckbofhCuzner | I mill &amp; Lumber (&amp; | o 1 WHOLESALE... | • llWippD OO SfA-O5"*" H - f 0 RETAIL OCALCRS IN L-VJIVIUL-I 1 ... MILL WORK 0 ian Fioiio. WMoiiMti Main Office Cor. Alameda&amp;MacySts © LOS ANOILIS. Main Orncr \£ £± POMONA. CABAOINA, . AM/^-.A M/^-. r- o A A , LAMANOA. AZUSA. COVINA. LOS MIN fc» tL-t O , V/AL. r: i: -$M TEXAS parley! """t, Miiicts, C'-jfkM npn Alfalfa, Seed Potatoes. |*jg§r #\™l Larjjcut ami inoiil reliable Ht.nrk &lt;&gt;f Garden sbl}2l\ v/Mdfflk OATS JBd riOHCr Srfds lid J '-s? il &lt; (oxm Nursery Stock Jw^j^l Poultry and Hoc Keekers' Supplies. Catalogae Aj!v S^tSJ Tree. Write us f«&gt;r special prices in quantities &gt;OJ W^*t GERMAIN SEED &amp; PUNT CO., Los Angeles, Cal $ freight o^H Kinds | I Handled With Care I * - ■ — - . f 4^ If you arc coming 1 to the Imperial country you will &amp; find it to your advantage to consign you freight to *T * ' "■*■■.# * Wesle...
FOR OUR RURAL READERS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
FOR OUR RURAL READERS A FEW ITEMS THAT WILL INTtRUST PEOPLE ON TME FARM Grratcit Trade Year in History This Year's Walnut Crop Notice to Hop Growers -Good Blood Pays—Etc Tho "Mj;K«*ht pumpkin y«t" In reported at WilluwH. It weighed uimtytwo pounds. A Sacramento man picked a cluitCl of grapct tint weighed seven and a quarter pounds. In th*i&gt; Santa Maria country t :&lt;• grain groweri are building sheds, cov&lt;ring their grain with tarpaulins! straw in fact anything to protect it from the f.ill ralim. for tin* labor trou- bles have prevented any phlpmcnl of beans and have materially lessened those of grain. Anthrax is prevalent among some of the cattle ranges near San Jose on one ranch alone eight animals having dlej of the terrlbW? dlse.-i«e. In addition to these, a n.an. a brother of tho owner of the ranch, died under conditions that look very much like anthrax, for in skinning one o the animals that had died he became- Inocluated with the disease, which ...
ANOTHER WONDER OF SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
ANOTHER WONDER OF SCIENCE. Biology has Proved that Dandruff is Caused by a Germ. Science is doing wonders these duys in medicine as well as* in mechanics, Slnco Adam delved, tho human race hns been troubled with dandruff, for which no hair preparation has heretofore proved a successful cure until Nowbro's lierpiclde was put on the market. It is a scientific preparation that kills the germ that makes dandruff or Hcurf by digging Into tho scalp to got at tho root of the hair, where it saps the vitality; causing itching tcalp, falling hair, and finally baldness. Without dandruff hair must grow luxuriantly. Herplclde at all druggists. It is the only destroyer of dantlruff. Ta!«» Nature's reffltd&gt;i OarflnM Ten! fn&lt;**p&lt;»n9lve and Effective, IS pint* or Hi&gt; does for 2&gt;. It h rompmed of medicinal HERDS, not mineral Poisons. It niTf* ronntlpntlon and tick headache, kidney and liver dM'asfM. flood for nil. Tommy: Mom. glmmo another blarii...
TO CUBE A COLD IN O>K DAY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 5 October 1901
TO CUBE A COLD IN O&gt;K DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Alt druKKlst* refund the rr.on.-y if It falU to cure. K. W. Grove's signature Is on each box. S3o. Ciiles: Old Skinner Is awfully ab-Bent-mlnded, Isn't he? Miles: Really. I never noticed it. Giles: Well, he is just the same. Why he actually fell into the rive- one day last week ami forgot to drown. — Chicago News. Adams' Sarsaparilla Pills cure sick headaches, constipation, bllllousness. dyspepsia, purify the blood, 10 cents. 25 cents. Druggists.