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Poaching In London Parka. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
Poaching In London Parka. Nearly nil tho London pinks nre well stocked with cntjililc birds, and It Is the easiest tiling in the world for the loafers to kill them, clean them ami carry them off to the nearest hot plate for roasting. A story la told by Londoners of n couple of Impecunious Scotch black nnd white artists who took a garret In Lincoln's Inn Fields and lived for a week oil Law court pigeons, which are plump, lively, plentiful nnd tnmo nnd would doubtless make a good meal. In addition to ponchlng in the parks, there la also good reason to believe that ninny of the rare birds snld to shndy bird dealers are snared then I.—(Jlasgow1 .— (Jlasgow News.
Her ticm Tor. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
Her ticm Tor. Hetty (recently engaged)— Oh, mother, you ought not to ask me to make the bread now. The dough gets Into the setting of my diamond ring awfully! Mother— Then why not take Hip ring off when you begin to make the broad? Hetty— Mercy! Suppose somebody should come in!— Rostnn Ti'iuscrlpt. The system cannot be in good condition when the bowels are constipated. Take Garfleld Tea, it cures constipation and effectually regulates the liver. Fiso's Cure for Consumption Is an infallible medicine for coughs and colds.— N. W. SAMUEL, Ocean Grove, N. J., Feb. 17. 1900. "Always tell the truth', my boy," counseled Uncle Allen Sparks, "but don't be always telling it."— Chicago Tribune. TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If It fails to cure. E. W. Qrove's signature is on each box. 2fic. CITO Permanently Cured. No flta or nervo&lt;isncn II I V alter llrHtilnyV mpuf I»r. Kliue'sCirvut Ncrvn Rortorer. Scud for FKE E 94.00 t...
An Unpleanant Relative. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
An Unpleanant Relative. "Her rich old uncle isn't a bit nice to her. Is he?" "Nice! no's horrid! Why, he threatens her awfully!" "Threatens her?" "Yes. threatens to leave all his money to a hospital for asthmatic cats."— Cleveland Plain Dealer. When a man is out of money, he doesn't show any. but when he is out of temper he shows a lot of it—Chicago News.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
Spring Cleaning You arc made aware of the necessity for cleansing your blood in the spring by humors, eruptions and other outward signs of impurity. Or that dull headache, bilious, nauReous, nervous condition and that tired feeling are due to tho same cause — weak, thin, impure, tired blood. America's Greatest Spring Medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It makes the blood rich and pure, cures scrofula and salt rhcutn, pives a dear, healthy complexion, good appetite, sweet Bleep, sound health. For cleansing the blood tho best medicine money can buy is Hood's Sarsaparilla It is Peculiar to Itself. ECZEMA'S ITCH IS TORTURE. Eczema is caused by an acid humor in the blood coming in contact with the skin and producing great redness and inflammation ; little pustular eruptions form and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which dries and scales off ; sometimes the skin is hard, dry aud fissured. Eczema in any form is a tormenting, stubborn disease, and the itching and burning at times are almost un...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
1 ft jj 111 1 Beware of Them | IJ? Then- are two afflictions which J? 1 Jf perhaps give the most paiii Jc 1 X and trouble, viz: g I Sciatica § I X and g ! I Lumbago | ! V Both disable and cripple, § g but g I St. Jacobs Oil | 1j is their best cure. X This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo*Quinine Tablets the remedy that riire* a col«l In one d«y
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
CONGRESSMAN BOTKIN'S RECOVERY [Suffered Twenty-five Years] WASHINGTON, D. C, April 1, 1898. Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, O. My dear Doctor — It gives me pleasure to certify to the excellent curative qualities of your medicines, Peruna Hon. J. D. Botkin, Congressman at-Large from Kanias. and Manalin. I have been afflicted, more or less, for a quarter of a century with catarrh of the stomach and constipation; a residence in Washington having increased these troubles. A few bottles of your medicines have given me almost complete relief, and I am sure that a continuation of their use will effect a permanent cure. Peruna is surely a wonderful remedy for catarrhal affections. J. D. BOTKIN. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna, write- at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. IDONT GET WET! ■ \\ g ///...
THE IMPERIAL PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
THE IMPERIAL PRESS Owing to delays in getting a building ready for the housing of the printing plant, we were unable to issue the first number of the" Phkss as early as announced. The paper will be. published Saturday of each week in the interest of Imperial, the Imperial country and the people of the country, unr special aim being to give the public all the reliable information that can be obtained regarding this country and progress of the enterprise being carried on here. No effort will be spared on our part to make the Pkkss. second to none in the Southwest, and to make it a credit and benefactor to this section of the country. To this end we ask the cooperation of all the people of the Imperial country, and .of those interested here. ■•: ••■ ■-.. .
THE COLORADO RIVER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
THE COLO RADO RIVER Mr. H. P. Wood, secretary of " the ''hamber of Commerce, who is perhaps doing more than any other man in the county to bring before the people the vast resources of San Diego city and county, and who accompanied the* Imperial Editorial Party to this section last week, is author of the following: In a small corridor back of the Senate Gallery, in. the Capitol building at Washington, may be seen Moran's great painting of the canon of the Colorado. Viewing this for the first time one is greatly impressed by the greatness of the artist who transferred this marvelous scene to canvas; but, believing that in the economy of nature nothing is done without purpose, one can but ask why is it that the restless energy &lt;if moving water has chiseled out this great gorge, constantly tearing away and grinding up boulders and earth, in its onward course through coutless ages past; it surely was not that man might wonder and exclaim at the beauty and grandeur of the scen...
TO INDIAN WELLS VIA BLUE LAKE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
TO INDIAN WELLS VIA BLUE LAKE They say that some men are marblehearted, cold-blooded, and callus, but beneath the vest of Millard F.Hudson, the geniel manager of the Hotel Imperial, there beats a big, warm heart. We arrived in the town of Imperial Sunday, March 22, and registered at the hotel for a week, and, although the facilities for accomodating guests in the new town are limited, we were made to feel ourselves perfectly "at home," and were indeed very comfortable. The morning of the following Tuesday Mr. Hudson harnessed Bill and Dick to a vehicle and invited a party, of which we were happy members, to go for a drive over some of the country. He took great pains to explain everything of interest, which made the trip an instructive as well as entertaining one. The following is an account of the the daj's outing by one of the number: One lovely morning late in march a party of six started from the new town of Imperial, on the Colorado desert, for a trip to Blue lake. For a distan...
IMPERIAL EDITORIAL PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
IMPERIAL EDITORIAL PARTY i Reached the "Desert" City at High Noon Wednesday i I Early Wednesday morning of last 1 week the stars and stripes were raised J to the top of the flag pole, which was a a signal to every inhabitant that some distinguished folk were expected to visit the city during the day. It was the Imperial Editorial Party, which arrived about 12 M., and, after the usual shaking, brushing and dusting that follows such trips, did ample justice to the lunch that had been prepared for them at Hotel Imperial. The afternoon was passed by the party in resting, viewing the city, ! with its beautiful (mirage) lakes of ! crystal water, seemingly in a stone's ' throw from any direction. ' Thursday was spent in driving over ! the country, the editors, with General I Manager Fergusson as leader, leaving ! here between seven and eight o'clock a. m., followed later by Miss E. Bertella and Mrs. Paul E. Fergusson, ! who took the lunch, connecting with the party at the new camp being es...
LOCAL AND PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Dr. W. T. Heffernan returned from I/os Angeles Thursday. T. 8. Brandegee of San Diego, was looking over this country recently- W. H. Horn of Lincoln, Neb., was looking over the Imperial country this week. The organ to be used in the, Christian church is in the reception hall* of the hotel. George Emmerson of Indiana, who will probably invest in this country, is here this week. Engineer Rockwood was here from Cameron lake last week during the visit of the editors. S. W. Fergusson, who went to Los Angeles last Saturday, returned via Yuina latter part of this week. The household goods of our townsman, Dr. W. T. HetFenian, were destroyed by fire in Yuina, recently. Deputy Tax Assessor and Collector Frank Stephens of San Diego, has been doing the town and country. Messrs D. B. and William Crawford of Pomona, arrived in Imperial Thursday tolook after their interests here. Hon. A. H. Heber of Chicago, is here, investigating this country and the work of reclamation that i...
Two Churches for Imperial [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
Two Churches for Imperial Work will at once be commenced on the construction of the Christian church. Material is all on the ground and the building will go up rapidly. Rev. J. C. Hay of Pueblo, Colorado, has been secured as pastor of the church for a term of two years. From all reports, he is an excellent gentleman, and is the right man in the right place. We anxiously look forward to the time of his arrival. Rev. J. S. Kline and E. A. Slane of Pvos Angeles, were in the city the latter part of last week. The former has a quarter section of land in what will eventually be the suburbs of Imperial, and, with Mr. Slane, who is a carpenter, came out to look over the land and lay the plans for the erection of a residence on same. Mr. Kline, who is a member of the Southern. California M. E. Conference, announces that a Methodist church will be constructed' here during this year. He expects to spend a portion of the summer here, and move his family out next fall.
The Telephone Line Will be Completed Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
The Telephone Line Will be Completed Next Week. W. F. and Leroy Holt left here Mod•day of last week for Flowingwell, j to resume work on the telephone line, j The work has been delayed for some: time on account of the poles failing to ; arrive. A good 1 force of workmen are ; no'v employed and the work will pro- j gress very rapidly, and Mr. Holt ex- ! pects to have the line completed to Im- ; perial some time during next week. j Four stations will be established, at ' once, and others will be added as it i becomes necessary. One station will \ be placed at Iris, to connect with the telegraph, one at Flowingwell, one at Imperial and one at Cameron Lake. It ! it is thought that a station will be I necessary at Sunset Springs, on East Side tract very soon. Mr. Holt is to be congratulated for ■ his nerve and enterprise in placing I forty miles of telephone wire in a country where the population requires but four 'phones.
Imperial Public School Will be Opened Ip the Fall of 1901. .j l [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
Imperial Public School Will be Opened Ip the Fall of 1901. .j l The Imperial settlement has been made a school district, and County Superintendent Hugh J. Baldwin arrived here Friday of last week and appointed Paul E. Fergusson census marshal for the Imperial School District, and gave instructions for holding a trustees election in June. The plans now are to erect a school house this season to cost not less than $5000 and to open the first terra the coining winter with an enrolment sufficient to employ two teachers. Mr. Baldwin is an energetic and courteous gentleman, and ma.de a most favorable impression with the people of Imperial. He was making the trip by private conveyance and left here Saturday morning for the Hedges and Picacho districts, about 100 miles from Imperial.
The Press Office [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
The Press Office The Pkess is one of the most com- 1 plete "little" printing plants in | Southern California. It is equipped j with material to do a superior class of j job printing and to publish a small newspaper. Our type is Barnhart's "Superior Copper Mixed," while our press is Chandler &amp; Price's "Challenge Gorden," and it is perhaps only justice to say it was furnished us through Nicklin's Southwest Printer's Supply j of Los Angeles. Mr. Nicklin assisted • personally in selecting the material, | which means that everything in mod-, crn and up-to-date, and who, by-the- J way, had the hnnor of christening the paper.
THE PRESS HONORED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
THE PRESS HONORED With a Visit By the Imperial Editorial Party Perhaps no finer body of men ever visited any place than that composing the Imperial Editorial Party, which reached the city at noon Wednesday, I April 10. About 2p. m. the party filed into the Pkrss headquarters and paid us a tribute that shall long be remembered and which is the most interesting feature of the initial number of the paper. We know of no better way of expressing our appreciation of the same than to say to each individual "if you don't see what you want ask for it." Those of the party who started as we did, "as a printers devil," put their good wishes in type, while those who had never acquired the skill as a typo left their copy with us. The folI lowing is what they said: ' Here's hoping that the Impe- ! rial Press may live long and prosper. Compliments of George F. ' Weeks, editor Alameda Daily Encinal. The Imperial Press is destined to become the vehicle which will tell to the worjd the marvelous story...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 April 1901
*«SlOl!KMlKSX£S£&gt;t!ft!tKM3tlftMSltM! I How to reach the i | Imperial Settlement » I in the I New River Country » Take the Southern Pacific i train for Flowingwell, which i is located about 190 miles i east of Los Angeles. i You can get good hotel aci commodations at Flowingi well at the I McCaulley House. « The McCaully Stage Line, [ with good teams and rigs, ' will take you to any part of J the valley. ' Total expense of trip from j Los Angeles, about s2s.