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FROM CALEXICO [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
FROM CALEXICO Cameron Camp Mas Been Made a town Other Items of Interest from the Boundry Settlement. I**m« Coffcipondtncc I'erhap* it would !»&lt;• well enough to rxplaiu that Calcxico in what ban pro* viouidy been known n* Cameron, the town having been recently laid out on the boundary line between the United Htatcs and Mexico and thus named, the name is a combination of California and Mexico. Kvcrybody it busy cutting sorghum, and it said to be yielding from live to seven ton* to the acre. Home are getting the second crop. There will lie a large acreage of alfalfa and barley put in through thin section thin fall. |'r&lt;»f. Carr r«*i*»rt* that the rcliool i* l&gt;ro|frc**if)K nicely. He *ay* that •M'ut», de»k», blackboard etc., were received at the hclkmi! Monday, which ad«l much to the comfort of the pupils and al»o the instructor. Average attendance in fjood and number increaning by many fainilicn moving in and all making an effort to strike temporary cam...
FROM DIAMOND LAKE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
FROM DIAMOND LAKE Overland Gateway to the Imperial Country From San Diego and Other Points West- Travel into the Valley Increasing. v*v.%% Cotrctpondtncfi The volume of travel into the valley from the went ltan Increased a hundred per cent, since cooler weather came on. A large 11 tit fiber of settlers arc coming in to begin improving their place*, while other* arc coming to get land. N. W. Downs and brother, Oco. I*. Davis, Mr. Fritz and Mr. Slocum, all of c May, spent several dayn looking over thin part of the valley last week. These gentlemen were all very much pleased with the country and thought they would probably locate *omc laud somewhere in the valley. Mr. Goodrich has moved in and in improving his place. A. J. Klliott returned few days ago with his family from Campo and have established winter quarters near the school for benefit of his children. M. Klliott, a brother of A. J., has also moved into the valley from Campo, with about 70 head of cattle. Weed Broft., of Nestor,...
TEN NEW EDITORS FOR ONE MAGAZINE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
TEN NEW EDITORS FOR ONE MAGAZINE It \va» announced neveral months ago that the editor of The Ladies' Home Journal contemplated making Homo sweeping cluiugCH in his editorial HtaiT. Up to the present time ten new editors have been added to Mr. Hok't* corps, and fifteen new departments planned for the Journal, a majority of which make their initial appearance in the October number.
IN MODERN CULTURE FOR OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
IN MODERN CULTURE FOR OCTOBER Modern Culture for October reached us after some delay, and the subject matter which has been so carefully and wisely chosen to till this number makes it unusually interesting and instructive. "Theodore Roosevelt— the Typical Man of the Twentieth Century," by Day Allen Willey. of which the President says: "You have recognized what I was trying to be and to do— no matter how far I have come short in both respects.!' "One of the Arradons —A new serial," by Pauline Caro and Aimee Tourgee. "Anarchy"--A study of social forces, by Henry Virstow. These well written articles, together with the regular run of short stories, and the regular departments of "Current Events,' 1 "Rambles out of Doors" and "Literary Comment," make the magazine a gem to be appreciated. Send sOc to Modern Culture Magazine Co., Caxtou Building; Cleveland. Ohio and get a six months trial subscription beginning with the October number.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
ILeroy Holtl w ififf Imperial, California, j£ iff $ llfi Dealer 1 n _^ Jfc I General | I Merchandise | % See us when you want to buy anything S Before placing your next order f #l»"l Coming this way? m %xv° v % ° J m Kg 31 '""j iI X then you are interested £$ 25 Z++++i in knowing bow to reach S yy i^c I "" Imperial Settlement, I 1 ™ New River Country 1 tt Take the S. P. train % H to Flowing We 115.... J^ At this point you get first class accommodations at the McCAUL- yjt LEY HOUSE. O. \V. McCauliey, the proprietor, runs a regular Jjj £18 stage line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at &amp;}£ n*k 7:30 a. in. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, returning the follow- g25 «J ing days. g| Irs Special teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, sfi JK and will take you to any part of the country. 7J5 ££$ The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil fiilds west of Flowing- ®d £(S Wells. This stage line is equipped with rigs and teams that are \s£ ...
A I )> .... .r «i'rtiir rm. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
A I )&gt; .... .r «i'rtiir rm. Hajafi S ...:j. « l «» WOi ene of the rarltr»t r. o( l.i.*..\i. overran the itjtlrr ia«i « th :'• • scfptlon &lt;"»f &lt;*h!ti.i.»:i!«xl lunuiiifiiitt'e »««itaus nitl« l&gt;!« own hand :j - . 1 :&gt;U their tl.nuchle?*. i: I* «r.UI fir.t when ihe Cblnew ■ J « f bl« tthui;|«hnnt |iroffrc«i ami : &lt;*i :i.. t \'• had rracliwi tlnir f;. • .: : - ..\: «• much nlnrtntiK Tl.»* «*m;&gt;«:». •.. '••! :t PwUllCll of hi* -. :.. • ... nn I liriii"*. ninl »iih&gt;u the ad\u-f &lt;f n »tnfty oM i.inml.irln the folio tv lng *Jra»«pMn w:ii »arrle&lt;l otit: A larp* »!. :&gt; »»' h^nlwl with rti^tr nalS. j.««' v -- i ■'.;:»!•« 1 on iho deck, tLe «r«v! »• .: * maiuietl by a numerous civw of &gt; M i.»« Ji un«l ♦!Sj»;l!ehrtl to the nJ:jJ&gt;!» e.«|»Mnl. When it arrival— the rooi»t woudeifxjl |uti of the story I* that it did :* : rivi — ihi* rajah' s«s»t an officer :...
("ii'iiicil III* Tcnr [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
("ii'iiicil III* Tcnr It 1$ «a!u ibat when Prvsldent Polk visited Hostsn be was Impressively ivwlv»d at Kaneu!! Hall uiarket. The clerk nal'At^l lv front of htm down the len£*k of the taarkei announcing In lou&lt;! tones: ••?.:3J:e way. gentlemen, for lie president cf the United States. The president of tbc Unltetl States: Fellow cltJsens. make roomr* The chief had stepped Into one of the stalls to look at some pa me. when the clerk turned round suddenly and. ilnd to? bltaself alone, suddenly changed hi« :on&lt;\ and exclalrced: "My gracious! Wiit-re has that darned Idiot cot to" Adams' Sansaparilla Pills cure sick headaches, constipation. bUllousness. dyspepsia, purify the blood, 10 cents, 25 cents. Druggists. The tle«t Prescription or M»l»(iJi. Chilli »t«l frrer U ■ bottl* of Or«r#'« u&lt;t»le«* CtU! T&gt;:r.!r. It It limp*? iron an« 3 quintc* in » t*ju&gt;*» forra. No cur* — 1» t*y. Pric* »c PLso's Cure Is the best medicin. "*&lt; e...
• orlnl ohliirnt »nn. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
• orlnl ohliirnt »nn. IJ:t!e l'J::&lt;-r — I.ii&gt;3. V.i \&lt; jt norv tlesr-&lt;tl Jo ri-#* than w r»*»iv»'V ProffWW !•:•• :•*'.:■ r-! — I '*-&lt;-p.v.*c. Mr k»U. if t'ju [Mr: 1 :! ioii%.jf to r»'«i »t«« you Biv ro2:f ■*•!!«-•] J" -i»«' nl"«»*s! fjnr time* j&gt;^ tncch.ia return in ktA*-t to poj^rljr exDre^* Toar — S:.:r.rt S^t.
WRENCHED FOOT AND ANKLE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
WRENCHED FOOT AND ANKLE Cured by St. Jactbs Oil. '.' ntr-rr.'-ri: A soon ttrne a;'o. i .••.'■!&gt; orrencbed my foot airl ankle. Tte Injury wan very painful and the coa/cqueat Inconvenience (being oiii^cd «o keep to business) w.ih vtry tr&gt;iag. A r\t-iv\ reirommeaded St. Jz rbb'a OH. and I nk&lt;? icrtat pleasure m Informing you that one application BtifQclent to e*/cct a complete cure. T&lt;&gt; ;•. ausy man. bo lira pie an I eff&lt; ctlve a remedy la Invaluable, :»:m! ! eball ! •• no opportunity of hmcgcstlag ihe use of Jacob* Oil. yours inly. Ifeary J. UolrH. Mansr.. T l ' CwU'H Co.. London. Enylanl St. Jacob* Oil in Baff, uuro and aevi-Mallin^. Conquen pain.
frl>« from Prcprr Xnmri, [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
\frl&gt;« from Prcprr Xnmri, To Jetry hulld-To \ ; : t In nn Incurflotrnt.«nivii m «»r hnnty manner, Jerry Itfno,, rtititfnctori and hulhlcr*»« weren Ll»erj»«».| tirm In tin- earlj part of la^t century « ho u&lt;««ti to pat up rapidly built, niiou y. hut ill constructed housed no that tin &gt; pave Ihrlr uamo to nticb work, t'.r-t In Llven»oul. then thrtnmh out Knßliintl, To l«*\ ant To run nuny, a«« !t were, to the l.evnnt, the rnntorn |H&gt;rtlon of the Mwlltcrrnneon rch, to escniK? onc'i crvtiltonu "Ni'\«r mind that, man [ tin vine iu&gt; money to Make), run n Ipvaut, • • • hut Ik? clrcumniKH't nbout the luan/v'rieUllnjf, "Tom .loties." To lush— The slnni: "or«! M |u»h, M mennlnu t»«*«*r or other Intoxicating \U\&gt; uor, l« an nlibrevlatlon of I.ttuhlugtbtii the name of a I^ondoti brewer. Iti adoption in thl« htusv was perhaps facilitated by the fact of Shakcii|&gt;earo having u&gt;«tl the old adjective vlush.V Uica...
DANDRUFF CAUSED BY A GERM. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
DANDRUFF CAUSED BY A GERM. A New Discovery Th.n Kills the Conn .mi I'ltvents H.il.lr.e**, Pretty nearly all the hnlr preparntlom for dandruff, have »on»e merit in allaying Itching of the scalp, ami in lw»lng a fairly good -!i. ■ ;m-. for tho hnlr, but there Is only ono that recog* nlin what cntioci dandruff, falling hair and ItililiMsH. and that di'»trojra Iho cause a little germ— and that Ih NVwbro's Hcrplcltlc. This germ eatn Its way Into the scalp down to tho hair root, where It *:»!»* that vitality, CtttlS* inn tlnndruft qb it «llkh up the icolp Into lltt!«' white neal«*H. I'nlesa It U destroyed there'H no permanent Htoppinj? of falling hair ant] euro of clanilruff and baldness. Newbro'a llerplehle kllln the prm, '.'Destroy tho cauh»\ you remove tho effect." Mr. Oroupi: Wasn't there come kiM.! of Mtri about »V* wcddlnK of Mr. Spoonlelifh and Miss Mooney? Mr. NVooph: N»»; the groom did not shew up, and no t ..»•!•»• wasn't any hitch at all.— Baltimore American.
NOTHING EQUALS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
NOTHING EQUALS St. Jacobs Oil. Tor Rheumatism. Gout. Sciatica; Ne'ur;l*la. Cramp. Pleurisy. Lumbago, Sore Throat. ..n&gt;n hitl.~. Soreness; Stiffness. Brul*e3. Toothache, Headache. Dacknche. Fcetacho. Pains In the Chost. Pains In the P..u-k. Pains In the Shoulders. Palna it» the Limbs, and all bodily aches and pains; It acts like magic. Safe, sure and neve fulling. DOrvllle D'Flunke: Is there any gooil BhcbMnß In ..»»h vicinity? Hill DOrafter &lt;o' Omaha:) Sure flnjr. De rap shootln* l« always gboll .an' &lt;!•• sucker ftsnin' ain't never bin s' roo.l since «lo flshcrmen wus prbtected.— Omaha Worlu-Herajd. For pimples, sallow complexion, Impure blood and poor digestion, use Adams' Sarsaparilla Pills. They improve complexion and cure constipation. 10 cents. 25 cents. DniKßists.
Itc Hml t'nltl for It [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
Itc Hml t'nltl for It An American had «iu!t»* nn nmusinx psnVHcnco recently while on a trfp tbrouph Swltjterlanil. While ntandlns up In a iii*&gt;\ 1 tivr train his foot slipped, atxl he fell against the window, wklch cnu»ed It to break, without tho pieces falling out. The conductor Immediately went to him and demanded the usual fine c*f 3«v franc** (70 cents), which was paid, a receipt being plven. A few stations beyond where the p.ccldent occurred the crew was cbangeil, biit the American went on as far as Basle. Whftj be arrived at this terminus, he waited until most of the people ha«l left the ear arid then he threw his drciw *u;t case with all UN force tnrouzh the Dmken window. He was at once «surrountltu t»y the station master. lilh n^sistnnts .id*: everybody of authority \\i:t:i:j i lie st:iii«&gt;n. I»t:tI »t: t n% he claimed not to umU»r»tnnd them tlierc was much gesticulation atiil talk until. Just an tli»« American was al»«&gt;ui to lx? arrested, an...
s.-n.!« I!U HIM* to the Mm, [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
s.-n.!« I!U HIM* to the Mm, "Tin-re i« n mart in an eastern eify wbo doc* a Inr jr** biisinre* in l&lt;nl&gt;i«-» f i!re««e* .-.?:-! efothini: for yonnj; children." write* EthVnnl lUtU in Indies' Home Journal. •*lle make* ainl »•!!-* nnthinj; •■!-e. lli« :-.-.!•• i' almo.tr r&amp;tirelj with women. Up f &gt; within 'href y«:»rH ncn he »vi»e.M *rn«l «n;t t&lt;&gt; hi* et!«.!nnn&gt;r» l»iil« amounting '•» nr. mnrh n«* $1 ( U««&gt;. In *\\ month*' tim«« be would rrceive h-sn than $.'!.«**» in n»turn. Vet h&gt; customers all '*iii^«l well" nr&gt;.«! were considered women of ea^y mean*. "Then he deliberntely ehnnpe&lt;l hi* rr:*'t!n «1 of r»"n«hring l&lt;i!!."». !Ie u«*nt over bi« !«&gt;«&gt;k«i nnd found that be hml some* 512. f *Xi wnrih &lt;•( ntij»^i»l nec*»i:nts. H«r?n'!i' «»nr tlt«* l'il'« n r:«l ai!«lri"iM'«l them In tV#* hn*baniN or fa:b«-r&lt;« of hi* c...
I!In< 1. I linur [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 12 October 1901
\ I! In &lt; 1. I linur Prune find rorliin** await tin* In.'jen lot:s uortUulturM iv lio enn *mved In producing; &gt;* (lu\wr Hint i* ••ntlr«*ljr Mack, n prolili'in tt::»t linn hitherto «U* lied the i'flTorix lti.lt liavi* liei'li liiiide ill Hint dlriftlou fur mote ilinu Miree ei»n turlt'B |.si&gt;t. f«&gt;r. notullliMniullnj,' t!'«« scnYatlonil ijori'l or Alexamlrp iMimii*. (ph tit led "T»H' !'•"!&lt; U T:ili|&gt;." i lu-re l» no bucli i liltJii v* a nnlly t.i.-iel; dower ir. exlvlt'iu't*. nlihott^ti n!jii(i»t i»vrry eol*#r nnd h!i.'kl.- ut the ralnl'uw t.t |in*»eut in flower.' ontl IdoxwniH