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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
GRIP'S RAVAGES flfter-Efieets flre Ofcen Worse than the Trouble Itself — Horn They lYlay Be Avoided and Good Health Restored J-'ro.u the Journal, Kansas City, ilo. Following every epidemic of the grip there remains a trail of after-effects which are often worse than the trouble itself and which seem to bafne all efforts of physicians. A specific, however, has been found which not only will quickly restore the health after an attack of grip and expel the lingering germs, but, working through the blood, will render the system proof against the disease. In hundreds of cases it has been shown that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People have accomplished this result. One of the many recent cures is that of Mrs. J. B. Shaw, of 2101 Bellefontain avenue, Kansas City, Mo., who says: "When the grip was epidemic here I was one of its victims, and the disease left me In a bad state. I formerly had an excellent memory, but after the attack I could scarcely remember anything. I had severe pains...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
H 3 tOJ li &amp;TA T B Wtehi rail f A \kM F rom Monday to Saturday — at every K^^^^M^^^m^^m^BS^Bs^S * urn * n the kitchen work — a Wickless gj uc pj amc Oil Stove will save labor, gjjp /P-' ArWs&amp;&amp;2orA r W$&amp;&amp;20r gJ time and expense — and keep the cook 11 — if : fHtnTi ri^ jg comfortable. No bulky fuel to prepare I •'' | ; 1 ItfEfilir or carrv ' n0 wa * tin g f° r the fire to come I jj' : li' ' ill j |o|^lr up or die down; a fraction of the expense I^l M H E Ht^j^ ifl /£ l^t'^R? r /iM mr — ~y^l^y I*l will boil, bake, broil or try better tnan a M JLBMroiinnMlllJiMl i:!T^ r *lSipinira B have them, write to nearest agency of fflSfeji B ''^^ Ira H STANDARD OIL COMPANY. S^S |91l ' &amp; I } F|l| il \ J| L.A.N.U. No. 20 fsnraregkHfrti j ri fa xma re Jffil turns ami iu clse fahs. pSt Bmi luuyb Bjrup. Tastes OotxX. I'm IJI __ _ 'q tiiud 9oiQ uy druffiitcts. P^i
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
When there is a natural nnd healthy circulation of tne blood, the entire quantity, estimated at one-eighth the weight of the body, passes through the heart every five minutes. This rapid flow of the blood through the system prevents the entrance of disease germs and impurities of every description It filters out all that is not necessary or good for the growth and development of the body and nourishing and strengthening the muscles, tissues, nerves and bones. But, unfortunately, few persons can rightly claim an absolutely pure blood supply and perfect and unpolluted circulation, and in consequence are exposed to innumerable diseases. Contagious Blood Poison, the greatest enemy to mankind, enters the system through the blood, and Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Tetter— in fact the majority of human ailments— are caused by poisons or humors that are engen- _ m .- -^ dered and fostered in a sluggish TttG BiOOO tS the SOSSPGB and impoverished blood....
THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM Prospective settlers in the Imperial country need have no fears regarding a means by which to market the products of this section. With 100,000 acres of the most fertile soil in the world under the flow of the mommoth Imperial canal, the largest in the United States, furnishing the most abundant supply of irrigation water, the minimum amount of hay that can be raised is 500,000 tons annually, which means 100,000 head of cattle and a town of 2500 people. With this condition of affairs the volume of business will be indeed great, and there is not a shadow of a doubt but that railroads will come to handle the traffic. Only twenty-eight miles of road is required to connect this town with'the city of Los Angeles by way of Flowing Wells over the rails of the Southern Pacific, while but about one hundred and twenty-fitre miles is required to connect Imperial with San Diego by rail, and we ure on a direct line with all projects for a railroad from that city to Yum...
AN EDITOR'S TROUBLES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
AN EDITOR'S TROUBLES The publisher of a newspaper has one thing to sell and one thing to rent. He has the newspapers to sell and the space in his columns to rent. Can anyone inform us why he should be expected to give away either the one or the other? He can, if he choses, and he does, as a matter of fact, furnish a great deal of space rent free. But it does not follow th at he ought to be expected to do so, unless it be recognized as a contribution, exactly as would be the giving away of sugar and coffee by a grocer. But strange to say, it is not looked upon in that light at all, and yet everybody knows that the existence of the newspaper depends upon the rental of its space and the sale of its papers, just the same as a merchant's success depends on selling his goods instead of giving them away. — Cottonwood Report. The trouble is, too many peopeople think that newspapers are run just for fun. — Alameda Encinal. The Press is the happy possessor of the liberal patronage and hearty ...
PRESS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
PRESS NOTES Alameda Dally Enclnal The first number of the Imperial Press is at hand, and down it goes on our exchange list right from the start. It is a very neat eight-page paper published at the town of Imperial, San Diego county, in, the very heart of what is called the Colorado desert. There are but half-a-dozen buildings in the town, yet Editor Reed has made no mistake in thus setting up shop in the wilderness. Imperial is absolutely certain to be the center of population for a farming region as rich and productive as anything in the world — bar none. It requires considerable faith and enterprise to embark in any kind of business venture in such an embryotic place, but we look to see the Editor of the Press reap a rich reward for his grit and pluck, Hurrah for him and his Prkss! The San Diegan Sun The Sun has received a copy of the first issue'of the Imperial Press, the new San Diego county paper published at Imperial, over there on the desert that is now being made to blossom....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
iKerckboff'Cuzner | tlffiH &amp; Lumber (&amp;....+ I X WHOLESALE AND I I I |W1 RF R 8 "' W A RETAIL DEALERS IN I— WIVILJ 1— II «*. MILL WORK Q ■§ BaJCe R o°o. A Jmol«»al. Main Of f ice Cor. Alameda &amp; Macy Sts # £ LOS ANQILKS. Main Orrio» £ /*H POMONA. PASADENA. ■ o AmACI EC f* A I £* ]jg LAMANDA. AZUSA. OOVINA. LOS MIMGtLfcS, V/AL. Jg Imperial Press— sl.so a year.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Dr. Heffernan returned to ImperialTuesday. Volcano Lake is reported to be overflowing into New River, and the rise in the river is expected here in a very * few days. Paul Fergusson returned to Imperial last Saturaday. He will remain here till June 1, when he will probably leave for Buffalo N.Y. G. H. Purdy and William Godfrey have established their residence on land near Blue Lake. Mr. Pvrdy, and Peter Larson, who also lives at Blue Lake, were on Dewey's ship in the battle of Manila, Mr. Larson being one of the gunners. A full head of water was turned into the main canal last week, and a gentleman coming from Yuma on horseback reports that when he forded Salton river the water struck his horses shoulders. Chief Engineer Rockwood, who was here Monday enroute to Los Angeles, stated that he* thought water would be delivered in the canal in the town of Imperial within three weeks.
Imperial a Judicial Township [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
Imperial a Judicial Township General Manager S. W. Fergusson, who has been doing some excellent work at San Diego for the Imperial country during the past two weeks, went before the board of supervisors last week and asked that a judicial township be formed in this section. On motion of Supervisor Jasper it was unanimously ordered that the Blue Lake voting precinct be abolished and that there be established a new judicial township and voting place to be known as Imperial. A petition is now completed asking that the board of supervisors appoint Millard F. Hudson justice of the peace and Wesley Patton constable of the township of Imperial.
An Excellent Stage Service. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
An Excellent Stage Service. It is doubtful if even the older citizens of this country can recall the time when a better stage service could be had in Southern California than that of J. W. McCaulley's stage line between Imperial and Flowingwell. This line is equipped with first class heavy and light rigs which are drawn by from two to six horses each that are unexcelled. The east bound train, which reaches Flowingwell in the night, is never too late for Mr. McCaulley to meet any traveler who may be coming this way and cordially welcome and escort him into the McCaulley House, where he may pass the remaining hours of the night in peaceful rest. In short, Mr. McCaulley runs the hotel at Flowingwell and a stage line from there to any part of the country — and he runs them right.
A Business Change [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
A Business Change Messers. W.F. and Lerov Holt, who recently purchased the stock of general merchandise of Dr. Heffernan, took charge of the store Tuesday, and will conduct the business under the firm name of Holt Brothers. These gentlemen will enlarge the present stock of goods, and will erect another and larger business house during this year.
The ChristlM Church [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
The ChristlM Church The foundation for the Christian church is being laid this week, and the work of construction will be pushed to completion as rapidly as possible. A parsonage will also be built for the pastor, Rev. John C. Hay, whose services have been engaged for a term of two years. It is understood that Mr. Hay, with his family, will come here as soon as the church and parsonage are completed. Referring to this feature of Imperial, E. J. Swayne who was here recently, said through the San Diegan Daily Sun: "I must not pass Imperial without reference to a fact that would have a tendency to paralyze a San Diegan. With only the lumber and the baptismal fount on the ground for a new church, the minister's salary has been paid for two years in advance." We are in receipt of the first number of the Imperial Press, issued April 20. The new paper is launched in the interest of the new colony of Imperial in the east of San Diego county. Henry C. Reed is editor and manager. The colony l...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
\l Are You Contemplating Moving? ]; -, t We are equipped tO handle AH who have farms in the Imperial Settlement and expect WC take COntfactS t ' 4t to commence farming will find it to their interest to commu- . . . . $* j all kinds of freight nicat e with us. to plant and care for crops i . T- Rates and estimates tarnished \\T T&gt;g?*4r+n++ Ab&gt; C^ f^k Imperial via \\ * on application ▼▼• Jr^aTTOtl OC WO. FiowftiKweii, Cai. *; I Holt Brothers * Imperial, California, ££ % % Dealers » " | General | I Merchandise | * f $&amp; ■ % See us when you want to buy anything Before placing your next order |j I rr ! Coming this way? i fS 33 1 11 1 1 * £b* n y° u an interested &amp; lil+l+l in knowing how to reach |* "" Imperial Settlement, j ""New River Country! Take the 5. P. train | to Flowing We115.... S At this point you get first class accommodations at the McCAUL- Hi LEY HOUSE. J. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular &amp; stage line from ...
Beardless Soldier*. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 18 May 1901
Beardless Soldier*. Modem warriors generally wear hnlr on their frontispieces. It Is thought to give tliPin a martial appearance. But Alexander's Invincible soldiers were all ti.ire faced. lie compelled them to Bbare for n siithVieru reason- viz. lest the "outside li.irliarians" of Asia should seize tliem liy their tieards and so cap ture tlKiii.