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Will Vaccinate [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Will Vaccinate WASHINGTON, May 18.— Assistant Surgeon Moore of the Marine Hospital service has been ordered to Cape Nome with a liberal supply of vaccine virus, on account of the reports of smallpox from Alaska, and Assistant Surgeon Fox has been directed to go to Sitka for the purpose of a general consultation upon the subject with the governor of the territory. Advices received here are to the effect that the epidemic is confined largely to the natives.
Evaded Lynching [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Evaded Lynching CONNELLSVILLE, Pa., Kay 19.— The town is much quieter after the terrible excitement of last night over the murder of Assistant Yardmaster Moore and the attempted lynching of William Fairfax, the negro. By a counter movement at 3 o'clock this morning the police diverted the attention of the mob and then dashed down a rear way to the railroad depot with Fairfax and got him safely to Uniontown jail. All day today a rope has dangled from an upper story of the town hall as a warning to the negroes of this vicinity.
Politician in Trouble [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Politician in Trouble KNOXVILLE, Tenn.— H. H. Gouchenhour, of Greenville, a prominent Democratic politician, is under Indictment on the charge of using the mails for fraud. It is alleged that he collected from the postmasters in the First congressional district contributions to the campaign fund, promisng to repay them. He made his promise good, it is asserted, by mailing at these several postoffices enough campaign literature to more than reimburse the postmasters.
Tnrkey's Desre [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Tnrkey's Desre CONSTANTINOPLE, May 19.—Ahmed Tewfik Pasha, Ottoman minister of foreign affairs, called upon the embassadors and notified them of Turkey's desire to re-establish the status quo ante in the postal question, and to send a high functionary to apologize for the violations of the foreign mail bags. It is understood that the German ambassador considers the incident closed. The other powers decline to regard a return to the status quo ante as an adequate settlement, and the British, French and Austrian embassies have even declined to transmit the explanations of Tewflk Pasha to their governments.
TWO MURDERS AND SUICIDE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
TWO MURDERS AND SUICIDE Neighbors* Quarrel Over a Minor Matter Terminates in a Tragedy EVANSVILLE, Ind.— Everett Conway, aged 27, shot and killed C. W. Garrison and wife in this city, and fatally wounded Patrolman Benjamin Wallis. After being driven to desperation by the police, Conway then killed himself. The crime was committed in the lower end of the city, as the church bells were ringing. Conway and the Garrisons were neighbors. The families had not been on friendly terms for several months. Saturday morning Conway wrote a letter saying he had cheated his father in the trade for a milk dairy. Garrison showed this letter to Conway's father, who upbraided his son. Early in the morning, young Conway, who was employed at the railroad yards, going to the stable where Garrison was, shot him dead with a shotgun. Then he shot Garrison's cows to death. As Mrs. Garrison ran from the house, Conway emptied both barrels into her breast. She fell dead at his feet. The murderer next set fire t...
FOR THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
FOR THE FARMER A Few Items Gathered for the Interest of Our Rural Readers Causes of Mottled Butter Explained — A Method for Keeping a Meal HotPlant Grafting "Farmers Guide" Bays that 5000 of the 17,000 farmers in Kansas are women. The young women, particularly, are taking great interest in, 1 these matters, and are regular attendants at the dairy and other agricultural meetings. The butter-maker who says to himself that he has reached the top and can afford to strike a less strenuous gait, begins at that moment his retrogression. Lemon Water for Biliousness There are thousands of bilious people in the world, and the vast majority of them have inherited it, like myself, from their ancestors, and for these I write this, and say, drink lots of lemon water, but be sparing with the sugar. I use just enough to make it palatable, but drink plenty. It's the best drink any way to my mind that man ever concocted. On vory hot days I have drank two quarts full. The philosophy of it is: the acid...
American Coal in Favor [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
American Coal in Favor WASHINGTON, May 18.— There can be no doubt that the United States steam coal will soon take the place of the Welch product to a large extent as the fuel for the natives in the Erst, according to a report of the British consul at Nagasaki, an extract of which has been transmitted to the state department by United States Concul Lyonat Hieco. This American coa.l, according to tho British consul's report, at first v;a3 received with disfavor in Japan, but upon trial proved eminently satisfactory, and a3 it is only about twothirds the price of Cardiff coal, and practically just as serviceable, economy, if nothing else, should bring about the result anticipated.
Rockefeller's Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Rockefeller's Scheme NEW YORK.— The World says Rockefeller, with hisl standard oil milllona has planned a great railroad combination with a direct line from the Atlantic to the Pacific. It is said thtut Uie Miorgan-Hlll combination will look Insignificant by comparison with the Rockefeller combine, which is to bo known as tHte Atlantic &amp; Pacific Air line.
K«r«r of llahlt. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
K«r«r of llahlt. One of the neatest arrests on record wns effected by a policeman near Bourne, England, not long ago. Suspecting two men of being deserters, Le stepped up behind them and called out sharply, "Attention" 1 Token unawares, the men sprpug to position In true military style, only to find themselves the next moment In the arms of the law.
Aa to flDihen. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Aa to flDihen. "My dear." said a careful mother to her daughter, "don't gush." "Very well, mamma." replied the dutiful girl, "but you know that In the oil regions It Is the gushing wells that are thought tbo most of." "I'.ut you must also benr In mind that It li&gt; the utireiined oil which rushes."- I'ittaburg Chronicle.
Wlilatlrd aa She Sane. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Wlilatlrd aa She Sane. The mat! who knew many things was instructing the new and verdant stenographer as to the use of the various office appliances, and finally he introduced her to the speaking tube. "Now, see,", 3a Id the man, "you put one tube to your ear and the other to your mouth, then whistle." "Into which one do I whistle?" asked the guileless stenographer. "Heavens." cried the man. "which one do you suppose you whistle in, the one at your ear or the one at your mouth?" "That was what I wanted to know," said the stenographer, "for 1 whistle as I sing, entirely by ear."— Memphis Scimitar.
Dickens' Supremacy. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Dickens' Supremacy. "So this. then, is your husband's new library. Mrs. MuebroxV Ah, 1 Bee he has Dickens and Thackeray side by Bide. Which do you consider the greater of the two V" •Oh. my. Dickens! Joshua paid $2.40 more for them Dickenses than he had to give for Thackeray's books rltrht at the samo shop" Thinking of buying a camera? If so, pe"d ior our 1901 catalog containing :uLy Illustrated discription of every canien n:ad«*. Kirk, Geary &amp; Co., 330 Sutter St., San Francisco, Cil. riTC Permanently Cured. No fits or iicrvousneis I 1 I I O after first day'Migof llr. Kline's Great Restorer. Bend for trUdbotOeandtreatjBeT DB.B.H. K.UNS. Ltd..«31 ArchSt.. Philadelphia, P». The Beat Prescription for Malaria. Chills and fever is a bottle of Grove's ..MtelessChilTonic. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure— no pay, Price 5oc Teacher: "How many commandments are there?" Small Boy: '"Leven." Teacher: "What is the eleventh." SmaH Boy "Keep off the graes."
HERPICIPE'S MISSION [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
HERPICIPE'S MISSION New Remedy that Dratroy's the Dandruff Gerins Nothing Is more annoying to men or women of middle age when they notice that their hair is growing thinner, when they must admit that the first indications of baldheadedness have' commenced to appear. Many would give a thousand dollars and more for a remedy with which to preserve their natural head-dress. However, they don't need to, Newbro's Herpicide removes the effect of dandruff by destroying the cause, the only dandruff cure that actually destroys the dandruff germ. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ABB TAKING When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is plainly printed on every bottle Bhowlns that 1b is Rlmply Iron and QulIne In a tasteless form. No, r ur«. No pay. M&lt;o. "Why, I had no idea you could be so gay!" exclaimed the echo. "Ah, you doubtless got your idea of me from the magazine which bears my name!" roared the hoary Atlantic—Detroit Journal.
WHAT MODERN SAILORS FEAR [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
WHAT MODERN SAILORS FEAR Not Winds and Seas, but an Explo- sion Which Scuttles the Ship. "Boiler explosions are the terror of the seafaring man," said an old time deep water captain. "Such a thing is bad enough on dry land, but imagine a catastrophe of that kind at sea. In ninety-nine cases out of a hundred it means the absolute wiping out of the craft Itself and every soul on board. "The aveinge landsman would be greatly shocked in looking over the maritime records to see how many vessels disappear each year and leave absolutely no clew to their fate. They run well up to the hundred mark, and such a mystery is not to be explained away by storms. A Chinese typhoon may swoop down like lightning out of a clear sky and tear a ship to pieces, but some floating wreckage is sure to tell the tale. A boiler explosion, on the contrary, will blow a hole as big as a railroad tunnel right through the center of the hull, and the stricken vessel simply goes down like a shot. There is no time to u...
Tni-lfty. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Tni-lfty. A Canadian minister had just married a couple. The registers were signed, and nothing remained but the giving and taking of the fee. The bridegroom, a strapping young fellow, asked: "How much is it?" The parson glanced at the smiling bride and slyly answered: "Whatever you think it is worth." Now, it should have been worth a great deal, for the girl was young and pretty. "I reckon it's worth about 5 shillings," said the swain, holding out two half crowns. The clergyman looked blankly at the coins, then turned to the fair one. "I'll leave It to you, madam," he said. "What do you think it's worth?" What did this young and blushing bride do? She reached out, took the coins, handed one half crown to the minister and put the other into her pocket! "A thrifty wife," said the minister, with a sigh, "Is her husband's crown." Perhaps be ought to have said half crown.— London Tit-Bits Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for tb*;ir children during t...
Vt-rf Hcrk. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Vt-rf Hcrk. "Did you trump my ace. dear?" asked Mr. Meekton. who was his wife's partner at whist. "I did." she rejoined sternly. "What of it?" "I merely Inquired to relieve my mind." be answered, with a gentle smile. "It is ii great comfort to know you trumped it. If any one else had trumped it. you know, we should have lost the trick."- Exchange. TO CURB A COI.D IN ONK DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. AH i iniKgists refund the money If it fall* to cure. |E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. ttc.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
This is the Smallest WICKLESS Blue Flame Oil Stove This signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo*Quinine Table* the remedy that core* a cold In one day Blood Poison 3&amp;&amp; THE MOST DESTRUCTIVE OF JSlPi^ ALL HUMAN DISEASES. (jlSliki The poison ejected from the fangs of the rattle- S» &gt;#v|k Jv/£^sA snake is not more surely fatal than the virus of /#/ Contagious Blood Poison, which pollutes and vitiates /*!, vVi j^w Ws*/ \J the blood, destroys the tissues and bones and eats like • / *&gt;* N^ '.v^»a canker sore into the flesh. This horrible disease appears first in the form of a little sore or blister ; soon the glands begin to swell, pimples break out on the body, the mouth and throat become sore, making it painful to eat or swallow ; dreadful ulcers appear on the tongue, copper colored splotches and other characteristic signs of Blood Poison come as the disease progresses, and the destructive virus takes deeper hold upon the syst...