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Cutting Scrape at Santa Barbara [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Cutting Scrape at Santa Barbara SANTA BARBARA.— James Welsh, a railroad man, stabbed and probably fatally wounded Captain B. F. Saul, of San Francisco. There were four men in the rear yard of a downtown saloon, when Welsh stabbed at one, and missing him, fell upon Saul. The knife barely missed the heart, cutting a terrible gash in the wounded man's lungs. Welsh was arrested at once. Saul's identity was proved by papers in his pockets, Including a license as a master of coast-faring steam vessels.
Ai rested on Suspicion [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
Ai rested on Suspicion QUINCY, 111., May 19.— Mrs Mamie Barnes, widow of Dr. Joseph Barnes, who died under suspicious circumstances at the insane asylum at Jacksonville, a short time ago, was arrested yesterday charged with having had guilty knowledge of her husband's death. Mrs. Barnes, who Is a professional nurse, professes iunocence. Ferguson, the negro who is supposed to have administered poison to Dr. Barnes, was arrested here last Tuesday.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 25 May 1901
I" GOVERNMENT LANDS 1 I w,™ CHBAR WATHR I 1 I N TH E II I IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT I I HI Do you want a ranch in Southern California? m m I '_"▼ A ranch of first class soil at the government ▼ m li price of $1.25 per acre? «$. *$ M I ! With a right at small cost to all the irriga- m I tion water that can be used? , || I wj At an annual expense for water lower than ever Sk M s$ JL before offered on the pacific coast? JL M I If so, the following information will interest you. ga The Colorado River furnishes the most abundant supply of water for irrigation purposes to be found west jgn of the Kooky Mountains. Its greatest supply is furnished during the month of June, when it is needed the most, E g and the least supply during December, when it is needed the least— the river being about nine feet higher in June ggi than in December. Kg The river carries enough water to irrigate 8,000,000 acres of land, hence the supply can never be cut short JPjg by dry seasons. |g|j The Colorado Delta, loca...
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING Whtn rou l*k« flrov*'« 7*at*Ua» &lt; t.l I T r.l&lt;* • '"&gt;■!.- i h» ( niiiii/i ta I'Ulnly itn,i&gt; i on *v*ty tHrttlA ahowinir that It la atmi&gt;lr ll f•••» n &lt; I 'j "• ninn In « tii*t*l»«a form. No cure. No |&gt;*r. toe. IMro'ii Curo rannot bo too highly ppoken of nil n cough rurc. — J. W. O 'IIICIKN. 322 Third Avo., N., Mlnne4ipolln, Minn.. Jan. C, 1900. Mlrs liicr-y: "I don't fci'l comfort*. alii- In thl/i Halh! at nil." Minn Oracoyj "Why not?" Minn Larry: "It makes mo feH tin«ninf &gt;i;iii|i&gt; because It'u too comfortnb!o to be a good fit." — Philadelphia Press.
A CEANLY AGE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
A CEANLY AGE T%ri»ntlt)tti IVulii'jr lilt-ita Iftflliin ToHitnl MtOllNtloll MMll I'l f \ flit Ml I » i a Nowadayo arlentlßts bt»llovo that In rleanllneHH 1U» the Becrct of prevention of diseases. To prevent a dlHeaso remove the ratine. JtiMt an unclean habits breed many dlsraHcx, ho carclcK.l habits will breed dandruff. Improper uso of another's brushm, combs, etc. will surely cause dandruff, and. In time, will Just as suroiy cause bnldnetui. Ii s mlcroblc Infection, nothing more nor Ickm. Neubro'B Herplcide kills the dandruff Rcrm, and causes hair to grow luxuriantly. Herplcide is abHOlutely free from grcaso or other injurious substxinccs. "In lio.stou there are more Irish than Americans.? "Ye«; that'H where Hoßtonlans get their Yankee wit."— Chicago RecordHerald.
Mtopa (lie C!oii(h and Work* off tin- Cold. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
Mtopa (lie C!oii(h and Work* off tin- Cold. !.4ij!!v !:■'!? o'. ii. J- f TaM^t* cxirn a cold In «.r.A .}.»). So ■•.;:«-. So ;;«&gt;-. Vrlcf Z, ctntn. Slllicus: "To Rft married In May Is con«lttare&lt;l unlucky." Cynicus: "Still, If you roI married In May you always have some-thing to blame Ii on/—P hiladelphia Rcconl. The faHcinatlon of flash-light photography in greatly enhanced by one of the new electric (lash-lamps. Costs $1150. At all dealers, or Kirk. Geary &amp; Co., 330 Suiter St.. San Francisco. Cal.
Thr SffnUfrr U'*.«. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
Thr SffnUfrr U'*.«. A tnlriinf.r wan otic dny n-ntklng il'.n;: n rood, and, fo din n*tonlfthrn&lt;Mit, »••• HHtv a croud of hoy* Alttlng In front of n rtn;* tvlih a nmnll dog In the centrr. When Up en mo «[» to them, he put Hie follotvitif; r)nett ton: "What arc you Jolti» to tUvdofiY' One lilll«« lK#y nald. "Whoever tells i the M?ffr»i lie wins It." "Oh." Mid I lie* minuter. "I am «ur-j.[|^-&lt;l nl you little boyp, for when I «vnj« like you I never lo!d n !!&lt;».•* TUorv was slleuco for nubile until j &gt;n&lt;» at the» boys shouted. "Hand him up • tlii* clojrr*— London I^podrr.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY TiikA r-rttifiw rtrr.mn Qulntn* T«M*t«. All «!rurrltf . r» fur. J th« rrj.r.i - f |f |f fill » f.. r.ir«. R. W, »Jr-.v«- « ntgnaturo i* on '-■»&lt; n t.-.x. :&gt;r. "HiiUo, old boy; ha?en't neen you for nn ogc! Whnt tiro you doing now?" "I'm back at the old ntnmplng ground." "JCh! Where* that." "roKtomco."— Cleveland Main Dealer. If you use the K. O. toning notation you will never be troubled with fadml prints. 8 oz. bottle, ?,0 rents. At nil photographic mipply dealers, or Kirk, Geary &amp; Co., 330 Slitter Street, 8. P.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
Thlt nl^natKru •• &lt;*« crcry *&gt;ox of xht c«nulnc Laxative Bromo-Quininc fabicu th» TrtriMly thjt cur*** f» cnl*! In «tii» dny ipCI.AIMA.MS MIR PFMQIDN L writ** to NATHAN El IN C 5 I VJ IN I f HKKFoHIi. Wdohioijion. I). C. they wili II receive qtjkk rcjH?*. ». &amp;th N.H. vol» ■U(l2otb COrDi&lt; I'rowculing rlaltn* ulnre li»*3 Don't Stop Tobacco Siieily It Injurot ne*TOUi «)»tcm to «lo fo. BACOCURO i» the onljrcurc thet n-aUy curva «nd imiirU'K &gt;i&gt;ii when to «:&lt;■;• ~.M *tth n KU*r- ■ nice ilml throe hnxr* vt\U euro miy «•*«»•, Rlfn Pilßfl '* tetCUbld nii'l lmrinleni. It hi« PAOU-uunu ruu .,\ tboatands: it win cure »•'»&gt; At nil •iriiKcl*!* or Itr mnil i-rt-pnl-l. II » l&gt;o\; 3 Ik&gt;xc». |3.W. Hook let fr/w. W'rl'o Kviuka Ciir.MUMi. Co.. LtCrotM U'Jt. hTe. skinner co. I 410 MnrkptSt. ( f«n FrnncUro, Cnl. *\ Hacc "»»or» to 11. T. Allen Co. I GUNS, FISHING THRU Largest Assortment in the W...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
CITQ Vettntkt\*i,\\t &lt;*ntt*\. X«» f.ft rr r.»r*o«itii»«» ■I I © «'l&gt;r fir.».|,-f ..... fl» liliV.l.r.l .*»• f»« 11.. t r-r skim IM.CllMi.imi.i.n-'ii'.tiUMi. 1««. 11K.1i.1l K1n.,1,M.v.l Ar.:.M..Ji..;»'!.ltM*,l'*. g S torts tfie Afe&amp;l a Oil StOVG Jf «HL MO JTIiSS H7&gt;^! *'] % ;• ■- r r&gt; ttem.^rrltoto JST g?v^;r^/n) J'sAr^E= :: =^7p'i— -/ : S? ►-— . tb« nearest No Muss --^t-^iiW I "^"^^^ " SCnC!r °' Wrr EDUCATF YOUR BOWELS / / i / Don't neglect the slightest sign of irregularity but tf yy | / / / see that you have at least one natural, easy movement \lt ifa / ! * clay. Pills, salts and black draughts are dangerous ! '^?f^ because they strain and weaken tne bowels, what [ ;J^J you want is a mild but sure tonic laxative, that tones and s 1 if \fj strengthens the bowels and stimulates their movements. 1 if/ \1 Such a laxative is CASCARETS, and when you *.f. f 1 A ll try them, you will find that it is the easiest thing in "v:\ I 111 th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
61 Bfl E*\ nf\ 9 V* TF* S"^ TO rUI* Ft Fltc yrnr* ago i3iit J 51 \i| H fl R c i n»'" nm uoi «&gt;r &lt; .vmc.i u9 1 uv\ ii ii] B\ra* b n K "*' H wu * * t&gt;uu - Vuw ll •• 3.3 bu ■ISn 3 h 3 " Q U «»»«•«• alx mllttoa buses a VIIia'UBII a OBav y«.ar, ui'v.i'.ci- lhi»n nny • Imttui* lutsllclno In tb« world. ThU U i»U»uli:t© |.»o«r «r hiv «t mrrti. unit ou- »&gt;e.t t»-«ti.&gt;i&lt;»iii-i». \\ « li.»w fuitb and \&gt;ltl svll « 'A ■«*•.! ICK.TS itbsolutrly t'&lt;"»» autrv.t (•• i-in-o or iMfutov i .•ruiulr.t. UibnytoU.iy. two AOu duxr*. c&gt;vr&gt; Ikeom ralf. ltonrit trlul. a* pcr»!utu)e Utrn-ttuu*. tmtl Ifyuu nre not «i«tUtt«&gt;«t. iilliMii»ltM one «"&gt;«»«• Im»\, klimii IU.» hiiii.,-,1 .'.Oc Imiv nud ili«» eiuiny bux to u« by mull, or IU« druvvlal from \» hum you ixitchiiirii If, and u»t your muury bat X r&lt;»r both li.iin, TuVuour Milvltr— no muttri'iihut ull* you •turt to«luy. ...
IMPERIAL PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
IMPERIAL PRESS WcremetmxTa* though it were inn yesterday, the colil «lay in January, 1890, when Hon. \V. W. Martin, the highest type of Kentucky manhood, re-ci:c&lt;l u&gt; from a dirty coal wagon— as driver and.takingu* into hissanc*atti sanctoriura where the Time*-Knter« pri^o wa* then j&gt;rintc«s. gave v* the rtr^t lc*&gt;on i« "devil.*' Since that time She name of hi* journal has Ivcn change*!, for good reason*, tv the "Tale of Two Cities" We not only learned the art of sticking type in the Talc office, hut here we also mastered the dilficult art of carving from cigar boxes labor-saving leads and slug**, and from *-»f t pine laborsaving furniture. It was in this office that we had the distinction of manipulating the prcs.* once used by Benjamin Franklin. Since then, however, the Tale has been hou*ed in a three story brick building. « we Miicc»*iy hope) 'miov. n as the "Tale Bloclt,.** and is equipped with perfect in;: pre»*c* of the latest patter...
THE ROAD TO THE BAY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
THE ROAD TO THE BAY Is Assured With the Support of San Dieglans Thr Rrprrsrntathf Commit trr left Norton Ihrir Return Trip Monday The one question which concerns all Southern California more that! all others combined, is today that of transportation facilities into the back country, while it is everywhere conceded that the county of San Diego I has greater need for better wagon roads and more railroads than any other part of California. The undeveloped resources of thei back country of this county sur- , j pass that of any given area of [the same dimensions in the; Southwest. It is rich in newly! j discovered oil fields that equal if not indeed surpass the famous oil region of Beaumont, Texas. It 1 has mineral waters surpassing that of I I«&gt;t Springs, Arkansas, land it is rich in gold minerals. It has agricultural and horticul- \ tural resources that surpass any \ in the United States — developed or undeveloped. Havinifa harbor to the world and knowing that all this lies ...
Change in Methods of Paying Money Orders [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901
Change in Methods of Paying Money Orders The following ruling £oc&amp;into effect today. The Postal Magazine *ays: "The controller of the treasury ha h decided that postal money orders are payable only by potitmastcra upon whom they are drawn and to whom notice of the i»»ue thereof ha* been sent. It ha* been the practice heretofore to cash money orders at poatofll&gt; cc» other than tho.se on which they arc drawn, and for the postmasters cashing auch order* to turn them into the po.stoflicc department as vouchers. "If thin ruling stands, it will revoke one of the mont popular features of the money order sjstetn. It has oiiljr been in existance a short time, and is taken advantage] of to a great extent. It will If a jjreat disapointtnent to the public to !&gt;e deprived of thin privilege." There hay been found many linen for the money order system, which cannot be made available if orders cannot l&gt;o cashed save at the oflicea on which they were draw...