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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

EXTENDED ONE WEEK A Word to The Wise There is simply no compaiison be- tween this and other stores, for the New York Store overshadows all competitors, as this page of bargains demonstrate the facts that count; and we back the facts up with prices to substantiate every claim of not only being the best but the cheapest place to trade in the valley. Shoes! Shoes! This department is as complete as you can find even in larger cities. For Men, Boys Ladies and Children Oxfords for men, women and children. Children's shoes from 50c and up. <f» 1 1 A Misses' Canvas <h 1 1 A I.IU shoes vpl.lU 19 C Boy's Canvas IOC I ,LJ shoes I '£-> OQCLadies' Canvas Oxford A f\C yj.yj shoes \).yj IC. Men's Canvas Shoes A A OQA Children's and Misses A Q A . yyJ barefoot sandals U.7V and up 0.50 "^Tat 811068 0.50 In fact anything in this department can be bought at the New York Store for less money than at any store in the valley. THE NEW YORK STORE I Always better for the | LEADERS OF LOW PRICES § o...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

THE IMPERIAL PRESS PUBLISHED SATURDAYS AT IMPERIAL, CAL., BY CHAS. A. GARDNER POSTOFFICE ADDRESS, IMPERIAL, SAN DIKGO CO., CALIFORNIA. SUBSCRIPTION One Year .... $1.00 Six Months .... .(jo Three Months .35 Single Copies .... .05 [Under no circumstance is a name en tered on the subscription list without cash in advance, and the paper is always discontinued at the expiration of the time paid for.] DO NOT SEND STAMPS IN PAYMENT Advertising rates made known on application at tin* office. ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MATTER SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1904. COMMUNICATED Editor Imperial Press, Imperial, Calif., Dear Sir. — So much is being said by certain parties, to the effect that I have turned against the best interests of Imperial Water Co. No. 1, which company 1 represent as President, that I feel that a reply is called for. To be on the alert, and faithfully guard every right and interest of the peoole whom I have the honor to repre sent, has been the controlling motive of my life for the past thr...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

IMPERIAL Brief Notes Regarding the Town and Its Environs Men's outing suits at Varneys'. tf Buy Refiigerators at Varneys'. tf D. H. Chaplin has gone to Los Ange les. Ladies' muslin underwear at Var neys'. tf R. D. McPherrin returned Thursday from Los Angeles. Barefoot sandles for men, women and children at Varneys'. tf C. R. Rock wood returned Thursday from a visit to Yuma. Varney Bros, sell for cash, conse quently sell cheapest. tf Mr. Harris of the Commercial dining room is in Los Angeles. Window shades, mattresses and spring cots at Varneys'. tf Editor Beebe, of Brawley, was a wel come visitor Tuesday. If you want your hay or grain bound see Salisbury Bros., Imperial. 3-tf See R. E. Toomey about your Grain Bags. Agent for G. W. McNear. tf Remember that the Imperial Jewelry Co. is located in Miller's Drug Store. 4 First Methodist Church South. Cor ner sth and H. Preaching at 11 and 7:45. Mrs. J. A. Morrison and children have gone to Santa Ana for the sum- i uier. Mrs. A. L. Walton...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

Expects Speedy Action Says the San Diegan-Snn : William E. Smythe left for Los Angeles this morning. He will open headquarters at the Hollenbeck hotel for the prosecution of the campaign in behalf of national control of the Colorado. He hopes to leave for Washington about June 1 to present to President Roosevelt and Sec retary Hitchcock overwhelming evi dence of popular demand for a great system of national works on the lower course of the Colorado. Mr. Smythe expressed absolute con fidence in the success of the undertaking, and anticipates that the actual work of construction will be under way within a few months. No legislation whatever is required. Cured His Mother of Rheumatism "My mother lias been a sufferer for many years with rheumatism," says W. H. Howard of Husband, Pa. "At times she was unable to move at all, while at all times walking was painful] I presented her with a bottle ot Cham berlain's Pain Balm and after a few ap plications she decided that it was the most wonde...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

A Positive Necessity Having to lay upon my bed for 14 days from a severely bruised leg, I only found relief when I used a bottle of Bal lard's Snow Liniment. I can cheer fully recommend it as the best medi cine for tmiises ever sent to the afflicted. It has now become a positive necessity upon myself. D. R. Byrnes, Merchant, Doversville, Texas. 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold by Imperial Drug Co., Dr. P. S. Anderson, proprietor. Phone 78. * Exposition Excursions The Southern Pacific Company an nounces that the dates for the sale of excursion tickets for the Louisiana pur chase exposition will be as follows: May 11, 12, 13; June 15, 23, 24; July 1, 11, 13; August 8, 9, 10; September 4, 5, 6; October 3, 4, 5; November 1, 2, 3. 5 NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT IMPERIAL WATER COMPANY NO. 4, location of principal place of busi- ness, Los Angeles, Los Angeles county, California. Notice is hereby given that at a regu- lar meeting of the Board of Directors of the above named corporation, held on on the 19th da...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, United States Land Oriiee, Los Angeles, Cal., April 19th, 1904. Notice is hereby given that EMMA J. CRAIN of San Pedro, Cal., assignee of Roy D. McPher- rin, has (iled notice of intention to make proof on her desert-land claim Noi 1178, for the SW % of Sec. 32, Twp. 15 S, R. 13 E, S. B. M., before the United States Commissioner at his office in Imperial. Cal., on Thursday, the 2nd day of June, 1904. She names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: D. G. Henderson, Clayton Hazeltine, Burt L. Young. Harry Vanden "Henvel, all of Imperial, Cal. _6 A. J. CROOKSHANK, Register. DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. epartment of the Interior, United States Land Office, Los Angeles, Cal., April 19th, 1904. Notice is hereby given that ARTHUR RA- ZEY of Imperial, Cal., has filed notice of inten- tion to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 1416, for the E...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Elects Successor to President Howe and Fills Board Vacancies The Imperial Valley Chamber of Commerce Directors met in stated ses sion Monday evening with nearly a full board in session answering to the call of President Howe. In opening the session the president stated that the principal business be fore the directorate would be the elec tion of his successor for the unexpired term, his resignation being made neces sary by his removal from Imperial.- He took occasion to congratulate the board on the showing it had made, referring especially to the total absence of politics in all its actions and its consequent ad herence to the best interests of all the people, and in conclusion he thanked the board as a body and as individuals for their support and encouragement, expressing sincere hopes for its contin ued prosperity. On motion the following resolution was ordered to be embodied in the min utes of the board : "Resolved: that we regret that our president's depart...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

HOLTVILLE EASTSIDE WATER COMPANIES 5 AND 7 Subscriptions for the Press may be left at the Holtville Postoffice The big 52-inch pipe-line for the power plant is completed. The force on this power canal has been doubled up and work is being rushed for an early completion. The second-story joists of the big hotel are in place, and the bricklayers Avill soon commence on the second story. Mrs. Belle Mead, who for more than a year had charge of Hotel Imperial, at Imperial, and later the Bungalow at Brawley, has leased the Holtville Hotel and nas bought out Mr. Hollingsworth of the Tent Hotel, which she will run until the new structure is completer. Two hundred acres of town lots are all leveled and seeded to alfalfa, and the streets planted to peppers and palms. Ten miles of canals and laterals have been put in for distributing water over the town site. The timber has arrived for the differ ent bridges along the railroad line, and the engines and rolling stock have al ready been purchased...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

In the North BRAWLEY AND IRRIGATION DISTRICTS 4 AND 8 Subscriptions for the Press may be left at the Brawley Postoffice The big auction tent has been folded and laid away for another time. Rev. Andrew McAllen, from Missouri, who has come to the valley to assist Rev. Mullen of the M. E. Church, has located at Brawley. The local editor, Mr. Willard Beebe, of the News, is also an extensive fanner, cultivating about half a section in No. 5. Edward H. Graves, of Randsburg, has bought 80 acres in No. 5. Thos. C. Dixon, from Ohio, has bought 40 acres in No. 5, and already moved out to it. Wade & Schimp, from Los Banns, San Joaquin Valley, have bought 120 acres in No. 5 and expect to put in a summer crop. McNear's new warehouse is progress ing well, the foundations being about laid and sidetrack to it completed. The foundation takes about 50,000 brick, the first made here. A combined steam harvester and thresher arrived this week, being the third one in the vicinity. These ma chines are...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 14 May 1904

THE TOWN OF IMPERIAL California Imperial is the leading town in the famed Imperial Valley surrounded with an agricultural country second to none on earth, where the husbandman makes all the way from $25 to $45 per year per acre, as a reward for his labor. Imperial is the capital of the Imperial Valley, and will be the county seat of the new County of Imperial, when the legis- lature, in its wisdom, creates a new county in this part of Cali- fornia. Parties desiring to purchase business or residence lots will find they are far below prices in other less favorable commu- nities. For literature, maps and further particulars, call on or address The Emerson Realty Co. W. D. GAREY, Chamber of Commerce Building L^al Representative 132 S. Broadway Cal. Los Angeles, Cal. THE TOWN OF HEBER California Southern Pacific Railroad has just been completed to this "Athens of the Imperial Valley." Here The Heber Agricultural College will be locatl^over $300,000 worth of property having been set aside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 May 1904

The Imperial Press. VOL. IV. I'ublUhrd at th# center of lh« grrNtrtt Irrigated territory In America, In the h*«rl ol the Colorado de»ert, San Diego county, Southern Call ornla, 67 feet below the level of the Ma. Under prat* ant canal*. 280,000 acre*: under Irrigation «> Mem when completed, 400,000 acre*. Ad|acent to irrigated land In Arizona and Un>l to he Irrigated by the National Clovernment from the iimi grand Colorado river whkh wlltntake a camMneJ body of more than a million irrigated acres. FOR GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP Important Committee Meeting Wednesday— A Spirited Discussion and Substantial Progress Made At tht coininHteo meeting Wednesday in the cause of government ownership of the water supply, the following dele* gates ap|tcan*d: For Irrigating District No. 1 ; I. W. Gleasbii, R. I). M<: l'heriin W. A. Ktlgar; No. », Mr. Wills of ISrnw ley ; No. 6, Frank N. Chaplin ; No. 7, \\\ F. Holt; No. 8, Mr. Miller; At large, F. l>. Havens. Tliure was nl«o present Shirley ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 May 1904

Leading G»h McttlunU \7 A O |\J CV/ f\ D fYT HF P SISCIL^SJIISi Greatest Smash in Prices The grandest opportunity ever offered to the people of Imperial Examine the Goods, Compare Prices and you will declare you never before saw such values for the money Ladies' Sleeveless Vests Shoes From $1.50 to $5 /^M^cS. O I°3 IO 25C Largest stock, best makes, including the justly W*P Exceptional Values Famous Douglas and Walkover (W^lh Worth 50 per cent More Fif Ye ars Exoerience lW|f\ \ Anywhere On the Pacific Coast l liV New and Seasonable. You should not miss this r^" 3^ " S l ? 9*°°^ MlW' '\J\ item. The Best Makes of bhoes K.nown ioo Styles Men's Gloves 25c to $3.00 22 Styles Gauntlets But For Competitive Killing Prices See Our Bargain Counter Specials There is money on this counter for you, WATCH IT Men's Gauze Underwear, The Garment - - 17 ]-2c A few 10-yard patterns Fancy Lawns, regular 7 5-90 c, now 50 Men's Fine Mercerized Underwear, cheap at 50c, now 35 a line of Douglas $3.50 Shoes,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 May 1904

Th^ n " c ? STEVENSON BROTHERS CO. 1 &*? y For the past two weeks we have bcctl working <1 ty and night made the statement through the local paper that we would estab- moving from the "Old Pioneer Store Building" which was built by lish a store that would be a credit to Imperial and a pride to our- Dr. Helfernaii when the future of The Imperial Valley was prob- selves. Our promise we believe has been kept. matical. No man knew at that time whether the old store would In leaving the "Old Shack" we feel we are parting with a true ever be replaced by a modern, commodious and substantial building friend that has served us well but it must give way to progress and or be a cross-road store ami postoflice for the Sy Jones and Hank ! prosperity. Smiths to congregate and play checkers and whittle sticks. We are now doing business in our big, cool, modern store and On June 7th, 1903, we purchased the stock of goods owned by we will make it pleasant as well as profitable for you to do y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 May 1904

SWINH BRIiIIDHWS 1 Mite Orcnnl/atJon to rmtci'l III;* Porcine >talcstv I !••• nrpanitatimi «•} pulnc hreiNlrr", «'f!«vli<i| (H»n»e Unic a^<», i« cr.t'lu.ilU ppttinff into pMtninener and uwfulnew and idtould tl^^•l\^• a heart) •ui|«-rt «>f our <>f (^ulifdfniaV m<««t inijHut.iiit and profitable linw», rni«iuc i» Ixit )»«t in it* fln»t •I.l^-< ■• 1!) tlii« >:.il«- :«n«! «11l Ulhl'Ul'l rdljp UU v «>Miit\ l«ef«»rv mani year*, «<ni« «»f it* itrinci|uil Itidujktrics*, l'<>r l*rye lTi>!il« and <jui»'U rvtunni n«» other branch «»f \i\%- »:.* < rai^iiii! ei|iiah< it . Hi* }*»tv iiu' |oMl«hi}i lia* Uen aptly te.rmcil "\\<r nn»rtpapr lifter," iho '.'banking ntcuilvr «<i Ihe tirm." and "li>c pvntleiiian that |u\r the I»HI».V And tlll-M* Utl»'» l<% I'frVft Mrrv .ill ear not »»i* the C*»n tested liel»l «•( l«u»iu««<* ri\ airy. Tlmj California >«in<" Itrvetlerv' V» mi laiiou mchi u» » ntunt^r ••: tin* l> .»•! m^' and m<«»...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 May 1904

liiiMinniy In Separators Tin- !»> -I |NlMil)|(] 1 1 1110 to H< ■ | >it f 11 1 <• Cfea lll from milk I* \thctl fit-l drawn, nnh uliile Km* it n i tint I lual i- nlill f< taiiifl. Hulloui-il to cool ami llii'li lie hontod to iii»- pto|M*r tcm|>crittittts for Kk I ill tiling coin ptutu H'-parntioii if* more ilifficiill to nil. tin. 'I Ik* farm N'|mrator t- in jii-i tin* | •• • •« i t i < • 1 1 to mtvu all low l»v taking on I tin* crcn 111 Imforo tin- milk Cool ri or Ih*C'oliii'H arid. Tin' in -t i \ (-«••< >,{ fat in d'pnratorn arc no hi m pic tliat H child ran take lliein up.trt and put lliiMn tii^etliur a^nin.and run tin m without any ilaiitfur if projicr fan? in veil luiiiliii^ tliu fanl ruiiniiig pait« unli keeping tin* Ihiwl clean. A farm Hvpara tor will run for yeurn with practically no rupairn, ho tin* iii-i Cowl i- th<' only ex|HMi*tt, thin i- paid l»a«'k t«» tin* tir»iT ill leant every tw<» year« hu muM it, in actual Having of time: and travel,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 May 1904

1111 11 HIN TO INCoH»H>WAtI! NOTICK I> IIKIIKIIY OIVKN, thai a trillion t of «l«ii!i Uif folkwltijl i* n full, trur «i»»l cnffPti o»f»3T| UHpftliCl w > 1 1 1 1 1- .<:!: ..»v ' attacltcd tixieto. will v pfv*«cntn1 I<> the Itoafni ol Hupcrtlf»»rt» nl the ronnlv ••( Srtii I'mv<», SUU 1 «'f l".»li !"i iM. i. Nt tlte h^tntai meet i rut *>l the fcaid Iktartl. t<» 1«e ImI.I in tlu-ir i»fllcv in the Court llou«e nt Han IHetfM o%\ \ton* day. thet;th .l.»v ..f June. IW4, nt |0 oVl»H"k 3. 111., <»! ;J« lllCfTaftor on that date, ;«- Mid |i •titioiier?« ran tw heard : riTnicv m'k i\»vm>»mTio\ T»» Till* IIONOKAIII.K IIOAIUI <>F >u|n'rvi>««'r« of tln< (.Vuintv «•< S.m Diejro, Stall- of California; Gentlemen: Tiic l*ndrfi»ijtne<l wtmlil rwncctfnlly iVutktti and ;»«k ytmr l!<n oraule l»<«at^l t*» take the r»>jui««te »tej«. and i^-rf'Tui the neevjeary. .«o ». to »n c<>ij. Taic and ofc.iniie and piv«*ni a* a iiiUliirijul o>f ji..r...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 May 1904

DBSeKT I»()SSIIIIUTII;S John Stewart Tells Mow the Wantcn , of California May bo Alade to lilon niim an the Roue. "Inll ninny a (lower in txirn to l>ln»h \ ul l nee 1 1 And want' 1 it* RUCOtIICM on the (it'Mirt iiir." In an unturtalning ntlilruM lant ni^ht I m* fore tin' hmmhlhth <»f tin* Kotitliurn California ACiiilcMliy of Hcicnctm in tlio UHMcmlity hall of tlio CliAinliur of Com* invrco, John Stewart nnipUnctl tlii'H« iN'antiful If 11*84 of (irt*y, dfticrihing liliiliy of tln> littlfknown ami nlluhtly iippre i'iatiil Iwmttietf of the <li*ourt. IHm illm* cotimev wcrrt* illiiHtrutetl hy many pio ttiri'H of <l*rH«*rt hcuih'H. Mr. Stewart iN'pin li'ih talk with an outline of the Heolojjicnl roiulitioiifl of the pant an illiiHtrntc<l l»y the ruino of Arizona, New Mexico and California. To huihl up thin country and to make it ''blnsMOin an the roH«*" h«* declared to Im* on r duty and that the develotnm»nt ot water was the great object U» Ih* at tained. lie prniHed the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 May 1904

Till: IMPERIAL PRESS f t'tAi t**ltl i< »or»tn\» »t ivn tin, < »t.. •»^ t II \>. A. (IAIIHNKII MMolllil «|.|M»l-*«.. lUrMKt, •*•« I»II«.O COv. CAI irttUWlA. si H9CSftPfIOM One Year .... $I.(^> **\x Mtuith" .... ,<v Three Monti** .... .x\ Single Copies .... .v*» [Under no circtinn»tanco i* a naiiH* pn« t< red on tJio mi l««cH ption lift without cn*h in nd\ ancv. atid the jvij»**r i» al« i\\ *» dincontinucil at the expiration ««f the time j»aid for.^ ~lx» NOT SUM* "s? AMl*s IN PAVMBSI A^*f«li»intf talc* m*Ar knovtl on UppllcatkHl at \be oft*" .'. i:mi:wm:i» \> siiconu a.*s> matti-k SATU It IMY, MA\Tgl , \WH. • rf-Wa'i h Uir »«»»*. I i li.mi .!< f .<n «..»i iv»;»r It frill it •-jopjtrj a\ xn*\ nmr •nJc%% hMiiff r« • ; nr«o]. B9*No crrdlt* f«i< l«*»al n«»'u«-x i'junrnl mo*l ) t»* m*Ae on t* Itclofv Oclnrrji »-f a-'. .'. j > : ■■: PRLSS IN SAN l)ll;CiO The Prww w < i n i»aie regularly at the bookstore of l/>riiq; A Co.; 762-7G6 Fifth StreeWSan Pit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 May 1904

IMPERIAL Key. S. W. IfitrriwHl will preach at lloltvilto Sunday ai.VI a. 111, and Impo* rial at 7 : J*» p. in. Don't nun tlnil broken humeim; l.d-'ar Hron, will mend it. fill Kherifi Hroadnnx, of Kan Diego, cune «iver Tuenday to Htih|Nieuil uitne-es in the Mr Lvii fory<*ry,ciMiu« The latent thing in meiiV neck wen at the New York Store. '» It. I«, lloldeil and Deputy A-«e-*sor ICmery drove to Cnlexico thin week to view the country, and afffert that the half has not l>ceii told of the wealth of tin* Imperial valley. IMnckfiuiitli shop doing goo«l himinews at I loltville for sale cheap. See Sliap* ard i^llurk**. 5 Take your girl riding with a new liar neiw from Kdgar HroH, •'itf H. 1., lloldcu, San Diego ngeutof the New York Life Insurance (,'•»., is in tow n for a few days. The New York Store has the b«**i line «»f shoes in the City, for men, women, and children. •'» The J. F. Boyd Lumber Co. has now opened up tlu-ir new Lumber Yard for business, one Block West of I>ejM»t. "...

Publication Title: Imperial Press, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Imperial press. — 21 May 1904

With the inUC of April :t». \hv Imp rial l'io«« |trt*n««l ftmn Iho i.am.N i»f INl p»r K. ll«'Wf Into ilm«h» «<f Cliarlc* A. Iffirdnrr, OtM of tlio <•! li^t aikl U*«t known im« »j..i|i r turn t»f South Califor nia. The l*rc*<» bai bwn Vrj»t OH * liitfh |«l*ue\ morally, fxlitoriitlly nn.l ijfO pmphiraHy. It »»i!l i«- kr|»t llu-rv by Charley <»ar»liirt, and »o om^nitul.iU 1 tho llliJtlKiliM' «»l that f.Ut. No apenry ha.* otiulriluiu*.! m<»rv to tin* rn|»> id •ruling up of the !in|H<ri.il tectiutl of South i\iht.>ms;i ti.ftn hi- tin* I'n-M, nn.l it will continue doiii** lht» Mim> «ork n« lone a- IMit.-r Itarxliirr h;t» control. — Citrngraph. Cured MU .Mother of Rhetimatium "My mother ha.* been a soffertr for many year* witli rheuinati«m," mv* \V. il. Howanl of Husband, Pa. "At times •!•*• «a? unable to move at all, while at all time* walking «ra* jiainful. I presented her with a bottle, vi Cham* bdiain f s Pain llalm aiu) after a fen ap plication* !»ht* t!ecii...

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