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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 7 September 1901

VOL. I. The Country 'Round A. 11 . Kehkoph is a recent sub scriber. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Baiita were in town Sunday. N. A. Jones of Frankfort, Ind. orders the Pkkss sent to his ad dress. W. F. Holt returned from a business trip to Los Angeles yes terday. I. \V. Gleason from Riverside, was a guest at Hotel Imperial the other day. Arthur Ewins is spending sev eral days on the coast in San Diego vicinity. A. J. Elliott spent Sunday in Imperial, reporting everything OK on New river. N. S. Hitchcock of Jerome, Ariz., was here several days lat ter part of last week. J. Z. C. Watson from East Highlands was looking over the Imperial country last week. Prof. J. E. Carr arrived in Im perial yesterday and will open school in the valley Monday. Jno. Wherry was here the other day from Riverside, and will probably locate in this country. G. R. Blodgett was looking over the valley few days ago. He left Saturday last for Los Ang eles. George Laurance left the valley last week on a trip down in Mex ic...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 7 September 1901

2 Imperial Press SituMav, Srpii :, iodi PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condenwd Report of the Important tUppeiung. During the WeeK Sin PranciiMru to Connect Cook Inlet and the Gold Fitld — Ratlin Groweri Urged to Sisn New lease- -Chinese Bound and Leit on the Desert. Etc Experiments wul be ni^le «ith Call* fornla oil tor v.«» as fuel on Yukon river beai*. Sau P;c\co ha« ra.sfd $l\ 050 for Barter* ana rights of way for a rail rc^tl to Yurna- Mr*. Arthur O. Rfdolph »hot aci killed ber husband anJ thca klll<*a her self in San Kraoclico last «<*k. Jeal cusy was the cause. San Francisco,— l>rU Cea. Fred P. Grant hx% arrirci here en route to the Philippines, aft*»r a thrw taontas* leave of absent*. H« «H1 «» °* the transport Siicridin. Saf^-<nifkcrs b!ew op«n tte s^fe of Muller A Ilock^r. batchers, tn San Francis-co. fccuriaK iS3 in cola and a lot of Jewelrj and illrcrware, Thtr is no cUv tD the robbers. A special convocation was held la the cJSce d President Harper of t w .<- UnlTe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 7 September 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, Sept. 7, VA)I. HOGS IN ARIZONA Till", farmer who produce* hi» own meat nud bread on hi* farm may defy the |*>rk and flour combines, but woe unto the shiftless farmer who de jmmiiU upon other* to produce his food for him, it is he who payn t lie piper. It stands the fanners that arc bringing this laud under cultivation, in hand to make preparations at once by which he can provide hin meat an well as his bread. In the Salt Kiver valley, where Condition* arc almost identical to this valley, the hog industry is today a RUCCCM, Regarding the industry in that valley the Arizona Republican nay*: Not many years a^o the major* ity of the people in Arizona thought that there never could be a profit in nwine-culturc in this territory. Indeed, a few ranches who tried hog raising abandoned the attempt and gave over their time to cattle and alfalfa. For a long time the few hogs that existed in thin valley ran almost wild, not consid ered worth their feed. Finally a cha...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 7 September 1901

4 A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY Mu»t Have LuxurUnt and dotty Mjir. No Matter Whit Color Tho flnritt eo&tottr of a frmalo fare, the nweetwt >mIU of a femalo mouth, lnprfi itnmrthlnc If the h*ad i» crowned with *rant hair. BciAt md fAllinc hair, it ll no« kn; mtl •• • J by a parasite thAt t»nrro^it Into the iKffl'.p to iho r»^-»t of the bn'r. vrtcrc It Mp* thr TlUllty. The little nhitr ►ralwi the prrni throve up In bur rowinc Are cnllcd dandrufT. To cure dandruff prrmanrntly. shrn. and to Hop falllnc hair, that germ must be killod. JCewbro'i H^rpScli!<-. nn entirr ly new result of the chemlral la'.o.a tory. destroys the dandruff porm. anil, of countr. ttops the falling ha!r. and cures baMne*.*. The IWit Prescription or M*UrU. rr.:: • a»J frwr »» » bottl# cf Orcr**» u*t*» U«J Chill TC*Jf, It »t HTK&T ««>« «** «ttJStC« ir. * t*»:«:< *• form. No tmrr— no r*y. me* »&, Tbr « tnn,ii.i.ii' • Htf". Thnsj* v,i:o underpin ml lie robj'ct hare to Gduill tLst when !t coiuti :o T.iO ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 7 September 1901

I WjPy^^g^pHJlfc^^^" F° r olght years I sut" [J y - f JWmiA^r^W^^k for °d wlth Intlantma- II •/ iSß^^r^^i ml\ ilon of iho womb Oiut W M^'P^? (rum WL \ PP a * nn * u l ntonstrua- I -N^V^jffflsi^ir short tlmo ago I began E\ -^S^^-^Z^^ to tako LYDIA E. PINK- - W HAM'S VEGETABLE OOM- P POUND, and thanlta to It, to-day lam a woll I woman." Mrs. L. L. TOWMC, Littleton, N. H. Mth. Tnwno, lileo many other MifTerlng women, won n victim of theorv. Her phyKicinn did hiiibcst. Il« h»ul bnttled with her ciuw Btendllf and could do no moro. If9lrß. Towno hnd ankcd advlco of Mrn. Pinkhnm noveii or ciKht yearn earlier, she. would haro hod just m many moro years of happiness and comfort and health. It is not reasonable to expect that any Hvinß person can advUo for female troubles as wifely as Mrs. Pinkham, whoso ex]»cripnco is without parallel in tho world. This should appeal to tho common s«nso of any woman, especially when nearly every newspaper in this country Is printing In almost every is«ue tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 7 September 1901

6 Imperial Press Published extrx Saturday at Imperial Ssn Diego County, Csl. Henry C. Rtfd, tlditcr Jtid ftJjn j,j<r SUBSCRIPTION: 0»e >fjr • $1.50 Six Month* JS ADDRESS: lurititiAL Pkkss. Imper ial. San I>icp\» County. Calif. Kntcrr*) *l Ihr Imperial. CatiKu ata |V*W<ft«,«* «• w. . -..: , '.a**, mail matter Saturday. Sept. 7. 1901. Since the Riverside amlMn Bernar dino papers published, the other day, s*»me snake-stories, the author of which is fit for a Chinese cuspidor, the people of lhi% valley have exerted ev ery effort to run down the originator of the lie* or to find some one in the valley who knew something of the "Giant Rattler." which was supposed 13 have bceu captured on the canal work and measured by the boss (\V. W. Mastem and the gang. An inter view with Mr. Masten and several of his men proved :ha: there lias not been a snake of any kind seen on the works for more than three months. and that less than a half dozen snakes have been killed ««n the entire wor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 7 September 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, Sept. 7i 'QOi FOR THE FARMER A Pew Items Gathered (or the Interest of Our Rural Readers. Our Annual Agricultural Exporb— To Save Our Walnut Trees-Poultry on the Farm —Indian Apples— Lojs From Insects— Minor Mention Tho following 1h reprinted from the VncavlUe Reporter: Over sixty boxes of cherries off one tree beats the rec ord we believe. That harvest was gathered by C. M. Chubb, however, and he netted $120 tucrcfrom. Some ch«'rrlrs were gathered from thiH tree which were not Included in the above, and shows what v VacavlHo fruit tree can do when It really tries. Poultry on the Farm l'rof. Gilbert of Ottawa. Canada, in answer to tho question, "Why '.a poultry valuable to .iuo farmer?" gives the following reasons: 1. Because he ought, by no means, to convert a great deal of the waste of his farm Into money In the shape of eggs and chickens for tho market. 2. Hecause. with intelligent man agement, they ought to be all-year revenue producers, with the excep ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 7 September 1901

8 DO YOU 4TV WAN T A M RANCH W On Government^ Land in Southern California m Good for Alfalfa, Grain. General Farming and early Fruit. The Home for Cattle and Hogs. HflHlßiilflSfirnffi '- * : ~ '^'- *-« *~ v *s£3jl^f^ I Mere is the Water! Supplied by the Imperial Canal System, at a price that could not be lower if the irrigation system were built by the government CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE FOLLOWING FACTS i FIRST — The Imperial Canal System is the largest in the United States and has the water to irrigate more and better land than can be found elsewhere on this continent in one body and under one system. SECOND— The soil is the most fertile — more so than the soil of the celebrated Nile Valley, which has been success- fully cropped for thousands of years. THIRD — The water in abundance is now on the ground ready for use, and the supply will ever remain practically unlimited. FOURTH— If the government had built the irrigation system it would not have furnished the land and water at a les...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 14 September 1901

VOL. I. The Country 'Round J. C. Blackington was in town Monday. P. K. Carr of Yuma Rends canh on subscription. School opened Monday with 21 pupils present. J. C. William* is in the valley from Pasadena this week. John Yount sends the Pkkss to a friend in Ked lands. K. Wilford i» here from I*oh Angeles and will probably locate. • Mrs. \V. F. Gillctt was in town shopping last Saturday. G. W. McCoy of San Bernardino is looking for land in the valley. C. K. Power wan in town from the Blue Lake region Wednesday. . Prof. J. K. Carr. our school teacher, will be kept posted by the Pkkss. It. G. Jordcnnar of I,oh Angeles, is looking over the valley thin week. W. A. Journigan of Yuma was here last week in search of land. \V. A. Lark of L#os Angeles in look ing for a location in the Imperial coun try. M. Rodke is here from San Bernardino, with view to locat ing Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Evans were shopping in town few evenings ago. James Kenncdyof Ontario, has been looking over the Imperial country....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 14 September 1901

2 Imperial Press Siturday v. sect. , ioci PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condcnwd Report of the Important Happening- Daring the W«k arnfgic Offer* 520.000 for Rvm aY» Ufouty — D«bit«ng Club Upholds Anarchy -Sheriff R«c«rve> Blood hounds Atrarsdo 5» enjoying « boom *inco the t-v.fitr mill tnx'aeJ. Tho Independrat Order of Henroost Dlstnrbcrs U oporatsng extensively in Berkeley. Two children. apM 6 and S year*, have beta arrrst<M at Alameda for damasini: the wall* of a freshly-plas tered house. FLinia Rosas Sheriff has reteUed two trained bU>>dhounds to be used for tracking animal*. They are n?t of tbe -Uncle Tom s Cabin" variety. By the explosion of a stick of dyna mite. Peter Maro!<\ an employe of the Conta Costa Water Company, was burk-d fifty fe^t through the air. Hts rfothlns was torn to shreds, but be was not seriously injured. There is now oa her way from China a Chinese sirl who trill enter the UniY«r*£j .pt CaWtornla^to'Cwn-i plctc U r ; edu<attoal ; I a vta:t \y* la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 14 September 1901

'Imperial Press Saturday, Srpt. 14, 1901. THE COUNTRY 'ROUND 11. C. Oakley, of Oakley Paulin Co., who represent tlie Imperial Land company at Los Atlgclcft, is here this week with a party of ntixiouslatld seekers. Mr. Oakley will probably establish a branch office of his company in Imperial and remain here in the future. Through Dr. Frank Cornwall of San Francisco, we are enabled to place the following new names on our subscription list this week: Dr. L#. Stocking, Agncws; Sam uel McKcchan, Courtland; Robt. Huic ami Dr. A. 1\ Wood, San Francisco; 11. I*. Crafts, Oakland Kcrckhoff'Cuzticr Mill and Lumber company, of Los Atigclca, who were among' the tintt to place an advertise ment in the I'hkss, write uh this week, enclosing an advance check, to please continue their ad for a term of one year from date. They find that adver tising in the Pkkss for the business of the Imperial country an investment that pays large dividends. The carpenter. Mr. Slanc, has completed the Christian churc...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 14 September 1901

4 9 Ttiis latter should carry Faith and Convict ion to t ha Hoar fa of all Sick Woman* "I suffered with Inflammation ar.i! fAllinjr ol the tromb uid other tii.*- B^Tcenblc fo.«.*»U» trc&knc&sea. I had l*ad tpellacTcrj 1 ttroweelca that would lost irozn clfrht t*"» ten days am! would have to C"* *^ l"* 4 ' ■*• 1 **i^» had head* arhc and Uackache znosi of the time nnd %vxch bearing 1 tio*va i"*ains 1 ct^ual hartlly vralk acr»»^s tho n«*ia a: time*. I dfKtorcnl vcatlv all tho time for about two years ar.»l scerKctl to jrrow ■worse all the time aatll last September I •nra.soMjpt'^l to U&C my K^'.. ami the doctors thouchl rn operation wa* the only thingr that woxud help me, but tbi«- I refusal :<» hu ~c ticne. "Then a friend a/.v-sixj n:e to try the Pinkbatxn medicine, which 1 did. an-1 af tor us; n? the £r>t Vo!tlc 1 t^jran t«» isiprove. I too!c in all fiv* bn*tt'c**i O»* Lydia C Piakhaxnfr Blood Purifier, four l*oxcs o* Lrdla 11 Tinkhams I>ry Forra Comp »oa :; thre...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 14 September 1901

What are Humors? Tluy nr»« Vitiated «>r ni«»rl>ld HuMi «'»iir«» lni( tho vdim nml nf?r<tliiK tin* tl«»u»n. They Bf© comrnonlj due to dcfcctlfo dljfn* ti«m but Bfo •ometlmci Inherited, How do tb««y mniilfcfit llutiiM'lvri? In many form* «»f cutancotii eruption, nalt . rhmm «>r uuiun, plmploi! ntnl holla, ami in weakncti, languor, general debility, How i\rv they expelled? By flood's Sarsaparilla which i»i-» bulidi up the system that Imi -uff, r< ■! from tlnm. It h tho best mcdiclno for nil humon Captured by Urii»ai\d» Wnßhlngton.—lnformatlon has bcetj received r.t the State Department from the United States Legation at Con- Htantin. ;.I<* confirming tho prcis re port of tho enj turc «»f an American mh slotiary by brigands. The dUpatch froni Minister I.elfih ma'nn reports that brigands captured Mlhh St«»n''. :m American missionary, who wag traveling with a lady com panion in the vlllayet of Salonlca. Tho department adds thqt tho mat ter hna received the Immediate ;m&l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 14 September 1901

6 Imperial Press PdblUbCd rvery Saturday at lmpni.it. San Dhgo County, Cat. tyentf C. Hctd, (Iditcr and l!Un*ser 51 OSf RIPHOH: O«f )tJtr • • • $1.50 Sit Mwith* • • • AUDKGSS: Immikiai. Prrss, Imper* ial. San Diego County. Calif. i:«irrr4 J»J iht Imperial. Call fox «U PwMnftc* ! a« ws««d<S«i.« mail raatttf. Saturday. Sept. 14. 1901. TttBKH ha* long been a loud com plaint to the effect that all the prvfe* nion* and calling* were uncomforta bly overcrowded. The Philippine Iftlandi MYm to l»e furni*hinea {urtial answer to the problem of disposing ctf the alleged Mirplu*. There i* hope for the petJagogue*. Already, twenty three Har.-ard men have accepted posi tions as instructors in the archipelago. Education i* the greate*t civilixer and »»omethiug of a pacifier a* well. The executive committee of the San Diego- Eastern railroad project ha* i* *ued a call to the subscribers on the SfO.iXO preliminary fund for 25 per cent of the amount now Mbscribed, with which to begin active work o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 14 September 1901

Imperial Press S.iturJ.iy, Sept. 14, I'joi FOR THE FARMER A Pew (term Gathered for (he Interest of Our Kuril Readers. Encouraging Bert Returns -State Fruit Growers Convention— The Walnut Dis ease — Our Pruits Abroad The Gibson orchard, below thlfl place, h:i>h the Yuba City Farmer, lias for yea re been famous for Its prolific yield of fruit, and tills season is no exception. From hlx aercb of Tuscan cllngH the yield was 95 tons, or al most 10 t«MiH per acre. The fruit be ing lar«««. brought 51** per ton at the cannery, which brings the Gibson brothers close to the $100 per acre for the crop. \V. T. Curtis of Riverside has proved conclusively that pineapples can be grown there. He has a com plete "pinery" containing over 20U plants, some of which are bearing half-ripe fruit of fine quality. A couple of lye vats are being put in at the cannery with which Mr. Hath will try an experiment with cling peaches. He proposes to remove tho skins by dipping them in hot lye. The experiment ha...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 14 September 1901

8 | DO YOU 41^ IWAN T A m I RANCH W i On Government Land in Soutlicrn California I Good for Alfalfa, Grain, General Farming and early Fruit, f The Home for Cattle and Hcgs. I \ | " — — — ■ i^V-i^-?'^*r' i ?P ' -^y-^^Ji^-t-^^l^^^BBl^^ * , , _■ ■.. ■'<,■* ■/'; "';.■';■.■ ■'■;■■■ „°" . ' '■ " •■^' ';■ . ■'.:■ a : '■■ ''■''''■: .*s,■; >'\. ■. i:?'''-*>^. ' ■ ~ y^^fi3Wf^_^3MPf> jSßfßmß^ -^ •^ff^mH^Hßlllßwftfc BOTj^P^H^kSß^mT ~- -*j^B^Mßi^s3KifiTi3B^^^Br |DgE3k ■*■*'.',, . 'h ■ ' ■" ■'■ '' " ■ ' ' ■ ''■-■■ ■••■'" '^ '■' •*■■ . ■*■ T ''■■■ ■'■■■■■■ ' • e** *&?*•s&[■. & £ y?*»'P^S'i*M "jwy^^Sßß^i^B I^St3>*gsCNg^F3S ; i*ag' y. J^^^J^ffMa^MjßH^MMj^pjyM ■ •;. . ■■ ■:«■•■■ ■> \, ■-.. •■ . ■'" ■K'■■ • "■ *■:■■ ■■ ■ ■ i; ' : ■"■,■ *" <'■"■■ '■■■■•'■'' ' y ■ ■■■■■■■ - ■-■■■■■■■■■:.■..-;-■■. .., . ;■:.''■ .':■■■■■*,..■... .-. ■■:■ :.. .■ v^> *:■■ ** .■ .*■> . j^.:- *<>■ *». ■-/ ' v 1 f'^^^^idSr^y-^. *j~%.y -y-.'ziZi l_^3^SN%jßiSi4^^PflßVlMEH9|B<uA, ■ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 21 September 1901

VOL. I. The Country 'Round J. B. Hoffman was up from Cameron Monday. Surveyor Hall was up from Cameron Sunday. Lee Armijo of Phoenix, is in the Imperial country. W. W. Mastcn was in Imperial on business Wednesday. Guy St. Clair was here from San Diego Sunday last. Mrs. Van Horn was in town Wednesday for supplies. C. H. Klctnhcn of Esoondido, has lieen looking over the valley. Mr. and Mrs. T. Strattou of Yuma, were in Imperial few days ago. Kenay Grcycl is having lumber hauled for the erection of a resi dence. J. L. Kutter returned from a business trip to Los Angeles last Saturday. George Lau ranee and Peter Larson were up from Blue lake Wednesday. C. C. Lame of Oxnard, has en tered the employ of Dr. J. C. Blackington. G. W. Dcnney has been in the Imperial country several days from Kscondido. A. W. Ha thorn of San Diego, was in this section of the county first of this week. A. W. Johnson was here from Phoenix, Arizona, few days ago, looking for land. L. I«\ Hastings of Visalia, who w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 21 September 1901

2 Imperial Press Saturday, Sfpt :», toot Trial of CtoUon Buffalo.— The Commercial wiys: Pis trkt Attorney Thomas IVnney ha." taken f^tcp» to htlnn Ixv n CtoUtOtt, the AftKiAnin of President McKmloy. to an immrHijatr trial for that crime. Should the murderer Inform the court that he ha.<i no counsel and that he ha> no means with which to em ploy one. tho court will be required to awipn an Attorney to defend the pris oner upon the trial of the Indictment for murder. Disrict Attorney IVnney I* perfectly confident that Csolgo** will be con \lcted of tho crime of murder In the first decree— that Is. that the crime was deliberate and premeditated—anil the penalty for which, under the laws of New York State, is death by electro cution. District Attorney IVnney will permit nf no delay, and the t!a>tani axsA**in will lx» civen a speedy trial by a Jury. Antrix Near Ex-ex^recn San Jow,— Eight head of cattle have died oa the ranch of John Haasier, near Kverprren of what County Veter in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 21 September 1901

Imperial Press Hjitunlay, Krpt. 21, l«J0l. R. G. DUN & 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 go ing 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 har vesting of hean» has commenced in a few fields. The crop in later than us ual on account of late planting. The demand is such that the fartuern ex pect good price*, owing to Hale of all last yvar*n crop. 3J!* cent* in now be ing offered fornmall whites. Late orange* have »old remark...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 21 September 1901

4 Sick Women Mm* Vatanttna Toll* How lydLi Cm Plnkh&m'e Vagota~ btu Compound Our ad Norm Hftppincsti trill po 00l cf v< 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 ;>vu:c l.>Cia L. l j lnk« ham"* Vegetate Compound i.\ « ncc. I It is nl»Milut«l v sure to help you. Ih* a trrl!<> fnr a<lr»c* if there i» atiythinj? ftlh'i.: your c:.so y»uj <K> not undcr- Btaod. You nr<-i\ n-.-vt be afraM lo trll the ' thlns^ yt>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»T- ate lct!or> at Mrv IMnkham'* I^iUira- Tory, at Lynn. Ma**., arc women. All l€tt<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>ur list, hop- t ,1 i lT,tra.*t4*rribly ocrrt'i-.v. r.:i«i **^5¥ /Vu/lr tirrd. had Kick t<^? i it II" '■ W bradachev do K^WPVALEWTISE. a p...

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