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I'nrr Anjcnr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
I'nrr Anjcnr. A Kan Francisco chemist Kara Micro I* only one refinery In the world that mattes absolutely pure sugar. The manufactory ix In Germany, aud It supplies chemist! and rirugglxtst with sugar for solutions which mint bo unclouded. This chemically pure article would not titi'l much idle for table use, v.h it Ih a dirty grayish white hi appearance. When dlnrolvcd. It gives n clear Holutlon, there l&gt;elng no artificial coloring matter In susiß-iiHlon. Dlzzer: I fear my wife has pares!?. Bauer: Why? Hlzzer: She ban Htoppoc! golni; to bargain Hidea.— Ohio State Journal. Justice: win you swear that jron «aw tho accused HinoklnK a cigarette? Wltn^HH: I don't swear, your ronor, but I'll bet you $100 to V&gt; th it ho was.— Chicago News, llrooklyn; N. V., Oct. 14.— Ifcoplo who have headache, know what they are, and thoae who take Garfleld Tea ileadacho Powders know how completely and how quickly they can bo cured. Thts remedy la peculiarly adapted to the need* of n...
On n tVr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
On n tVr. "Doctor." paid tho stingy man. who wa&lt; trying to sare a fee. meeting; Pr. Kharre «n the «&lt;tnft. "whnt do you think of this? Very frequently I wi severe pains in mv ftt't. Whnt's that a higa of?" "I rhotild icy that was a .-kn of rniu." rfplied the iluctor.— ridladclphla Pre^.
Tti«« InKrnlc. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
Tti«« InKrnlc. This i•■ 0:1 ungrateful uOl 1.1. It not iu&gt; frequently happens that the man who laughs iho londcßt nt the mothcrln-lcY Jokri* nt th« vnui'i-vilh' show i« the njun who li\«» nt the expense of bis wife'fl niotber nn«l depeads upon her to &gt;np«'rrijtf ilia cookinc, perhaps to do It. — Boh|jn Traaicript.
The Ilowton !!<>> »»* Rnnrli. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
The Ilowton !!&lt;&gt;&gt; »»* Rnnrli. A wcitern cattle ranch brlonpini: to the children of shnip Rbxton people ha« Ikh'u nanird lijr ihem "F«»cuj«." because k Ih wln-re the sons rai&gt;»e moat.— Boston Tranvrrlnt. Tr::e m«rjin«nt r.:oy be «!istiosr.isl:e»l from false h&gt; tin* fnrt thni it Iwaoi ivtl«c« t lon. We can thitik of It with pleu^ur» nrxt day nnd next wrok. The r&gt;M«'«i Ptfitnc h thn worhl In of th'i Khcik of on Egyptian village. It is Micved to le not hun than 0,000 TOM* old.
"STRAWS SHOW WHICH WAY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
"STRAWS SHOW WHICH WAY Tho Wind Blows." And the constantly Increasing demand for nnd steady growth In popularity of St. Jarob'B Oil among ull classes of people In pvory part of the clvtllr«*&lt;l world, show convhiHlvely what reniody the people ure for their rheumatism and bodily nehcß and pains. Facts epeak louder than words, nnd the fact remains undisputed that the unto of at. Jacobs Oil Is greater than all other ri medics for outward application combined. It acts llk«» mngtc, cures whtr* everything eltie fails, conquers pain.
BUTCHERS ARE IMMUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
BUTCHERS ARE IMMUNE. iltmt flf-nlrr-. It In BalA. !«•*** !&gt;!• of Cofianmptlon. "i f »utrli&lt;r« never ulO of consumption. The I)Ik man with hN *\vf\v* rolU-d up, . irlcfdffjg lh^ hitdtfft nt the hUxU, nald I thi-« tt'i he threw a Ixrcfutcuk on tho 1 Hcnl". It noundeij more like n Irodo FUp*»rstK tlntt th.'iti n \':i&gt; t. &gt;#U wi for (i&lt; diligent I Inquiry liiim !&gt;mii ,\UW to tlliiCOTer It It It rur. although not goncrnllj known j ootilfld of the meat chopping craft. I'uit Ihim ure no longer lived th.in tn»':&gt; in other walk* of life. Thi'jr arc lubjpct to all the other Ills thnt liumnu flenh 1- heir to. (nit consumption they do n«»t lihvc. So fnr a?» n rcportctT was aid" to learn not a Mnub' ra«e Ih on n'f'tmY ot n butcher In Hilh elfy being ifllteteu with the fncurnhlc wasting of the lungs whl&lt;-!i claims Its hundred! of thousands of victims nmiimlly. T!i" fnrt Is well known otnot'B hutch* er» and \in...
llotT The? On In China. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
llotT The? On In China. Id •'.'bina liquids are soul by weight | and rrain !&lt;;. measure. .John buys ! soup by the pound mid cloth by the four. A Chinaman never puts bin name butsfde of his shop, but paints instead In motto or a list of bis goods on his i vertical Mjrnbonrd. Some reassuring iiviunrk Ih frequently added, gucb us "One word ball." "A child two feet high- won hi not be cheated." Every BlUSlc article lias to bo bargained for. and it i&gt; usual for the customer to lake his own measure and scales with bin. ! When you engage n servant or make j a bargain, !t is not considered binding [until "the fastening penny" has been paUl. Although his bad faith Is notorious In some matters, yet, to do him Justice, when once this* coin has been paid t»y you be Chhinman. eooly or shopman will generally] stick to bis bargain even If the result to him be loss.
Clenra Are nich«« nnd l.rffa. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
Clenra Are nich«« nnd l.rffa. "It Is not nlw.Mv* Wrcnuse a ti^nr Is 'badly made that the wrapper curls up nnd works ufT.*\s:iid a tobacco dealer. "It Is often because n right handed aintj is Htuolilng n left hn tided clgur. Sounds Rtnmgc, hey? Well, n left 'handed cl^ar is one rolled by the mnUicr's left hand, for ull clgur innkrra must he ambidexterous. A pUne of tol»:n&lt;'O. dr i\ wr.ipper Is cut Oil the I bins and Is rolled from left to right on i cfic iiner. Tli «• other pltnV. for roauona of &lt;'couoin.f. Is thru usitl and must If rolled tlie opposite way by the operator's other liMiul. llenoo :i smoker who holds his ellrnr In his ri^ht hand Koine* times In twisting It ntiout nibs th«wrapper the wronjj way aud unlooseuw It."- Philadelphia TlnifH.
Tlit* .Murrln«r i'lii'r. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
Tlit* .Murrln«r i'lii'r. One reiunly ngninxi Indigestion Is matrimony. At leant The Ijineet l&lt;*||a v* thai It l&lt;* the celibate .voiing linrrinter. the lonely curate 111 lodging*, the Mrtiu'gllnu' Imcheiur Journalist or Imhl uetit* itintl or clerk who nuffer* mu*i from premature dyspepsia luvauve he IZItH nlotli'. Ill* pliiMtllly rends durlUrf his iiunls. whlth 1m had. or he rends dlrwily ht* Una hulled hi* food, which Ih likewise (mil: Obviously. I hVrVf OIV, tuntrtmony Ih a bur to luUii;t»»ilou.— Lady's IMiturlnl.
ON A PRAIRIE TELEGRAPH FOLK [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
ON A PRAIRIE TELEGRAPH FOLK fit* r- ■ :"»^ $n] foothill, f.liln «n&lt;J \a±% Whtf It tltvkl liiMltl ml &lt;?-, T ■ .. l»r,»t • c U.n.l»« U'tn «•« • *la •&lt;■•, A r»»#f tut r ;.i i •■• •« At a t«m itfif*z*A ' '■; 'f •■&gt;••- (t tkrr.b* V. , •, |hr rIM PflkJ fj'jl :\ «t«iM kni ifnji Wtt&amp;jjh 1 hid tun an] f»r« i&gt;i itii.n »«fj «aJ uui Cf «i'«*:'? &amp;r»&lt;l Ko!d&lt;TJ 'itit, frcrn • :i I to » -.: - it »-.:.». Out Ibl li'r I* t«.i« irr ■...:•&gt; |iU«, A- . Ihfl «'-r. .• v unit »fc ItratSfC Xo u« Who follow ikj jr'al. «oVJ f.ill Of (lit niri f. n iKe f;'»:i rs^;'. - Aril.wr Jtlriniff in AltuJft'l Mlffizlot
DOCTORS AND EDITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
DOCTORS AND EDITORS. riir 3lluh(r mn^r. ii.-c in Thrlr Pro* fruition* nail I'roCtM, Th«- •! f't'/r* an- nil tiU win of &lt;&gt;\\r*, ttajt t!i«r I'.r.-rt M(*Ufcdi .loiitnKl. Wo #»xp"Ct them to fctfljp \. iiu til until death. Yet «t the ih« of lacurrinA llu-ir du*plra»ure we rejiroJuco 1 1;«- following. We? don't koow nljiH- ft tame fjern nny moro thnn w«* know v. b«itM» miii vpont the doctor*ji mcJlclno ironies frcni. We bad It In ■ pui&gt;?r ereOiied t&lt;i "II.':." It we knen" thr author. »ye would !Iy his name b«'cau««.' tLc ortbl? I.h really good. Here it l«: "Tho f'oclor from Aljrcna sold that aoti'fipnnt-rii n;e run for revenue oaly. Wl'ni in t!i!;n-!cr *'o doctors run for, aojxMty'i l)«i tbojr run for glory 7 One jrood, livnltliy doctOr'H 1 ill wouM rua thiu office for *ix mouths. * An fciltor vorka a half «'ay for ?3, nit.'i an hi *•««•«■ : nutn t of $.'i,OCK); a doctor look* «i«u» find «or!;s ten minutes for $!*)*), with an investment of 3 ce...
The lloni*- of Krliorn. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
The lloni*- of Krliorn. Many valleys deftrrlbt&gt;d Id guldebooks as "whispering valleys" nro favorite resorts for tourism In nil parts of tin* world. lew. however, exceed lv ' wonder n valley at S'.ntistleM In Ksbox. ICiiu'l.uhl The rwior of iljls par- j i.sl» lv Rlyju^ :i cartful acrouot of his own e.\pi&gt;iliii(-«-s states thai tils tiouse Btahda on a hill -*sS fevt nl»ove sea level, rising In re:ir to IMK) feet, while in front the crnttnil sUhms away to a Ktrvnm ltx» f»n i Ih&gt;low and ajjalo rises ISO feet on | In* opposite sl«1e. I'rom the rectory tl»* in'\\* of 14 er 1"» vlllajri's may In* dl»tlugill)ilied, while OCros* the valley fotitstepH mid voire* In conversational tone may be beard at half a ml!t*.
l)in:ii-*llf Jit}*. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
l)in:ii-*llf Jit}*. Mceks-.My \vil« prefer* eoflV* for livnkfnst and I prefer t«:i WeeUK-Thru I |(U|i|iui&gt;i&lt; you ba\&gt; M»'«'l;s-U!i. l)ti We »*Otl»pruUlj*«\ •"i..nt» n very disreputable nrlgh* borho&amp;d.'lt nlwny» h,t» bwn and alwnyi will M. M "Ob! I think youro rnhtakm about that, !-" "So. I nlnt f know, Ixr.iuso I unod fo Hvo thorc my»el ."— Fhllndrdphin 1 Brooklyn, N. V., Oct. li.— Tho valuo of r;;irfl'l'l Tra, tho horh ci\t(*. In hiirirrßtr.'d by thrHo fartn: It la n nporlflo for nil disranefi of tho llv^r. klrlnfyn. wtomarh and bowrin; it piirifloa the blood and lay* tho foundation for health.
Tempi.HK f'nfr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
Tempi. HK f'nfr. "No, t!:r:n!:M. ff ir.ll the &gt;..i&gt;\ fared man when be v»:i:i OS*ct] to Jo'.p a convlvr.l party. "The f.:rt Is, I don't drink. I'or.r.J I eoultlu t r.f.*or;l It, 30 I iwofdi off. A number tf ; ::zr.i k-o I lived In tho west. I v.r.a dolns %vi IL and I bad a bank r.ccncnt V.u.t I v:nn proml of. Scc!:!^ n c'..r.::cc t3 Cc.'.ihlv t:iy money, 1 decided to tlrnvv it cuf. T.it? day was a warm cue. r.wl, brcbciiiig thirsty, I Btoppcci to t::ke a c!sss of something cool. I didn't vjitte more than .five minutes r.::d was r.cort In line ot the paying teller's window. The pari7 aboad of iv? received L!s money, and I was BhoUu;: uy cLocU through the wlndotv v/hca ILe teller pcllcd it down and announced tLat the back l:as »;uspended payment. I Lellcve tlrat the receiver declared a dividend a year or so later, but the amount v.*a3 ko «mall that I never Lettered to &lt;xilcct mine. It v/ns a pretty expensive drink for me." "Do I understand, rab," said ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
Why a Woman Ib Abto to tfnfp Slok Womvn Whan Oootorn Fattm Wax* crlndly would nvii fly to womniiH nid di«l they but undcrßtnnd % wornan'll feelings, trialn, sennihilltles, and (Mrcullnr cir^nnlo difcturbauccw. Thus.- tliinjfn nro kiKmn ouly to women, nnd the aid A man would »»ivs 19 nut nt his «'&lt;iinmaiid. • To treat a emm properly it Is tweeftrnry to liikhv all about it, nnd full information, many time*, cannot b« pi ren by a woman to hor family phy» idcifin. She cannot bring hcr*clf to ieli everything, ami tho pby&amp;ician Is Mm. o. h. CaxTrztXm at a conntant disadvantage. Thin It why, for the pant twenty-fl?© years, thoiusandn of women havo been conlidiiiK' their troubleH to us. and "our adricc ha» brought happiness and health to countless* women In the U.S. Mrs. Chnppoll, of (Jrnnt Park,' 111., whofM 1 portrait wo. publirdi. ndviw^s all suffering women to urc Lyaia E. I'inkham's Vegctablo Compound, as it cured her of tntlatrunntiun of theovnries and womb ; k\...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
THIS AND NERVOUS HOW A ST. PAUL WOMAN SUFFERED AWFUL TORTURES. She was Afflicted with Rheumatism and Indigestion — Now She Gladly Tells Omcrs How She Was Cured. Frnm The IHonar I'rent, St, Puat, Minn. Anyone who has suffered from either rheumatism or indigestion can appreciate the condition of a frail woman whose body was racked by the agonies caused by a complication of the diseases. Such was the experience of Mrs. J. T. Sloggy. of 107 East Jassaminc- street, St. Paul, Minn. Happily she found relief by taking the ac'vice of a friend and now, moved by gratitude for her delivery, she tells others how she was cured. To a reporter she said: "During the winter season of 1898 I suffered very much with rheumatism, leing confined to my bed some of the time under a physician's care and unable to do any work. I was also troubled with indigestion. When spring came I was thin and nervous, had a poor appetite and was broken down In health generally. That summer I made a visit to Wisconsin and w...
RAPID DEVELOPMENT WORK [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
RAPID DEVELOPMENT WORK TMKKK are several remarkable in* stance* of the profit made in farmIng on the Imperial land*, and of the rapidity with which cjv&gt;|** have been brought to the marketing point. To Mmply select a few illustration*, points important lesson*. Engineer F. F. Hall hired men to pat in. cultivate and harvest 6 f teen acre* of M»rghum, the crop running to 75 tons. The entire expense wa* $125, and the crop wa**old for 55.50 a tou giving: a net profit of $297.50, or 519.17 an acre, the crop being lev* than three month* from needing to marketing. W. A. and I*. M. Van Horn moved on their property July 4th. Within sixty day* they had millet in stack, and had tine crop* of *org hum. corn, melon*. pumpkin*. squash, and many other vegetable* maturing, while at present they have a half section of laud which look* a* though it had been under cut* tivatiou for a generation. Cattle and horses are being fed in abundance from the products of the land, and many ton* of feed...
IRRIGATION FROM THE COLORADO RIVER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 26 October 1901
IRRIGATION FROM THE COLORADO RIVER WK lake lioni (he N, Y. Tribune the following extract* regarding the Imperial country and the Colorado delta in general: The mot! remarkable »eric» of irri* tr.ui.'ii project* ever w rough out in the United Slate* U rapidly taking form on the delta of the Colorado river, the preatc*t stream in the *outhwc»t, which carries »nft»cient water to irripa te B.(W,OCV acre* of land. On the California wide of the river U the vast Colorado desert. Aero*.* the the international line in Mexico, on the peninsula of Lower California, the de*ert extern!* to the nwthward. On the eastern, or Arizona aide of the riv- . er. the de*ert extend* from Yuma to the head uf the Gulf of California and beyond. The *eric» of projects now being executed, and which has led to the pro dactiou of crop* thi* year for the fir»t . time, include three irrigation canal* in Arizona, leading from the river, for the irrigation of about 150,000 acre* of land, i a considerable portion of wh...