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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

I Kmkboff'Cuzmr | | mill & Lumber (& 1 O © O WHOLESALE amo I I I|\ /I (-> |— p-> DOORS. SASH. f^> RETAIL DEALERS IN ImWIVIUImiI I •■• MILL WORK (£j YARDS AT »an pboro. whociui Main Office Cor. Alameda Macy Sts © LOS ANOELBS. Main o'^<C« fri ® :?:?:o\Zl\Tco^*. Los Angeles, Cal. f

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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ASTONISHING INFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

ASTONISHING INFORMATION What President McKinley and His Party Discovered in the Southwest l"n »m Memphi* Commercial Appeal. Washington - It in learned author* itatively from very real (able source* that the president and his party have made a moiit antoninhiug discovery in the south. The dinpatchet that have come back here from able correnpondents, who arc on the presidential train, and therefore in a ponitiou to know, !>car cvidcncci* of the fact that the party in wine mysterious way have found out that the civil war U over; that the men are no longer moulding bullets to )>e fired at Yankee breast* and the women have quit baking biscuits for the soldiers. The smoke of battle han almost cleared away; moht of the con* federate noldicrn have taken off their uniforms; there i» scarcely a dead body left on the battlefield*; the men have gone to work again; the housewife in busy and the blue smoke curls up joy* ously from the kitchen chimmey;everv thing is peaceful ...

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PRESS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

PRESS NOTES Xl t*_«o Herald The Helgian hare ha» devolj>cd a new une. A Kaunas man intends growing them in Alaska to feed the foxes. Fox farming has devolped into a substantial Industry up there, the government having leaned a lot of is* lands for the purpose. Mack and gray (ox skins sometimes run up at high as $150 apiece and there i» plenty of money in fur farming, theoretically at leant. The difficulty has been the food question. Of count? the number kept on nn inland in in excen* of the natural food Mipply and thin han been eked out with fi*h caught in the neighbor- ho..«l during the Mlftimer and dried, and with corn meal brought front Ore* gon. Hclgian hare* arc a happy thoughtt "• anif Coiuitt Hriaii] Home time ago men drilling for oil in Ohio *ent a number of nttroglycer* mc nhclU into a hole, one of which ex* plodcd when it reached a depth of twenty-five feet. There vrasatresneti* doiiH gtmh of oil, the flow luring ho strong that the derrick wan deluged from top t...

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Distances From Imperial to the Following Named Places: [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Distances From Imperial to the Following Named Places: Plowing Well* '. 28 miles Itlue Lake 8 miles Cameron Lake Camp 16 mile» Monument 220 16# miles Saitoh Kiver 20«^ mile* West Mena 27# miles Kant Mcfta „ 28>< miles Alomo Mocho .10# mile* Gardener's 36}^ miles Seven Welln _, 43J( miles Salton Crossing ;m.; m. Aiyi miles Cook's We 11*..... SV/i mile* Don Alamos 59>* miles Hanlon's ftS}i mile*

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

I Are You Contemplating Moving"? j] 4i We arc equipped to handle All who tiavc farms Iti the Imperial Settlement and expect Wf take Contracts +> 44 to cotnmcncc farming will find it to their interest to commu- f • 4a" Wnds ol freight n i calc w i th UM . !^P |ant and carejdrcrops i . Rates and estimates furnished IA/ ll>c^+4-^i.«#^ JG% C^ *^ Imperial via * on application ▼▼ • (X VU. Rlowftigwell, Cal. |] ir the lyotel Diadem r& H +****7mperial, California***** \ 0 Offers superior accommodations to land^cekcrs. tourists and the public. 1 Hates $2.50 ptr day t Imperial Land (a; Proprietors | Holt Brothers $ j£ Imperial, California, Dealers i n _^ %. | Getieral| g Merchandise * 5^ —,—______—_ , ; S)€ % * *fc See us when you want to buy anything Before placing your next order I! ?;; I Coming this way? m %% ■ | % then you are interested g* S S4.+++s in knowing bow to reach §S VW ' __^ I™ Imperial Settlement,! l™New River Country! « Take the S. P. train §...

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It. Ilitin'fWrite »he Mory. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

It. Ilitin'f Write »he Mory. A CWTWflondenl of Use Pblladetpbbi Prrw ojpi that trboo the late 11. H A. Ikitt iriif| on The jtJnCT of tin* Halt (more American ae*v* ra:u»- 00* *»ay to the city editor that fc»o«l In the B*s*3 Kwl Knoll llghtbousr. out In Cbcsapeakf j.ar. was pxtaokted nn*l iJ-^i ibc k»vj» or nod hi* fatailr vrt-re Ktarrlnff. IKirr n cosloin t^:i<" tug au«l loadct) It wliU prbvUJ«u>» !*.%• nralbrr wn« *»xroptioanMr roltl, na«l Ibc tug wra> t>\x'.ci, lv tbc Itv balf n tallc froui tlj»kui.ll I>prr left t!»»» boat an»l siarteO orcr xho lev. WLcu be traebwi tbe l!ffbtbon b* t»a.« tvarr-jlr pjtvtcil "Come in ihf tllnln? rootru** *a!J tt;e keeper** wife after Ibe m^cuer I^itl tvarraet! himself "XTome In nctl bare diaber niib ua." Mr. Dorr thought ::.: . : bungtT bad made her mad. "I beard that you needed food.** siasstuervd Mr. I>orr a» toon as he could spook. "Well, coce to tb'ak of It.** replied the housewif...

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TRICKS IN THE SILK TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

TRICKS IN THE SILK TRADE. How Shopper* Arc Footed— Teat* Which Shou the Tare Material. I*urv silk, when it has been through all the processes uecc.^sstry to bring out all Its sood qualities. U worth its weight in silver, said an expert the other day. Therefore the women who expect to buy pure silk at little more ;lian the price of cotton must expect to be fooled, and »here are lots of ways by vrhich the manufacturer gets even with them. They make stuff that Is called silk and passes ftr it with credulous |n-r-sons who don't know any better out cf nearly any old thing now. Cue favorite imitation ?Hk Is made of cellulose treated with chemicals. It Isn't a good tratcrtal to got en tire in. Then there nre sou;.j sea Island cottons and some mercerized cotton which after treat* tuent look sonic! bins like silk, though of course tlm-y wear very differently, and their silken appearance soon van* Iftbes. Hut it Is in adulterating goods wblc!i really hare *,*»t:ie silk In them tlinj the great...

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Catarrh Cnnnot Be Cured [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Catarrh Cnnnot Be Cured Wjth LOCAL ArPLU'ATinNH, ai they cannot reach :?.•■••*:.•« thcttt»va»e. ('ftt*rrh l»a blood or rontlliutlonal •'.;•.«•••. ah '. In order to rurc It you must t«ko lii(rrn*t rorar«llc». Hn!!> Ca* l«rrh i'urc t> Ukrn Inicrnalljr. anil act* dirertlf on the blooi »nd tnuruou» »ur(«tr«. Half. Catarrh Curt U not a quat-k mcdlrlne. It *v prescribed by on« of t h- best phytlt-Un* In thli coantrr for ?c*r«. and :• a regular prexrripUon. It U composed of the best tonic* knovru, rtlmblncd wtth th« U-st blood purtrlor*. *> itiu directly on the tnucous «:irfn. .« The i>erfcct cotnbinatiou of the two Infcrcdlent* i» what pro*lucc4*uch wonderful re»ult» lv curing Catarrh. ,v:i>l for testimonial*, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. l*rop«.. Toledo, O. Sold by l>r«Kjci!itf prlre Tsc. Hall's Family I'lil. ar? the best.

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The l!n:*p« 3tril:nni. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

The l!n:*p« 3tril:nni. A clergy ma v rvlatca« i!.;it a worthy Irishman with n:i ln:pi iluneni in li!» speech brought him a culld to tx* l»np tlzrd. While i::aJ.ir.^ a rnxrtl of l« Inwas In Koue <!o::l»t a» lv ibr <orr»ei spelling of ihf fatally uame z\\vn tv him and oskrd the ti:r.u bow ln» wrote It. "Indeed nnd I don't write nt all." was the reply. *l Just want to know.'* sa!d rather Bojl«*. "whether the name in 'Met •rath' or *Als;:rM!ir~ whether Ihe second part of il Is HjrllVil with a bis 'U' or a litAfter scratch!as h!« head l;n;>,>!«»:««!y the puzzled i»aret:i fr,vv his wny out of tfie ditiirutty "Well, fatber. Just spell it \?V) o ni!«l«l!U> sized 'iz ' "— Kxebansrt*

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nnrbtr* of Pp«l« [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

nnrbt r* of Pp«l« The ImrtHT'ji btmlnrM In H|»aln Ix pecull.nr In that he Is %-i\\W\\ Upon to ply bl* *hear« on donkey* n* \\v\\ n* men. for II I* nn lm|H>rtnitt Item In the rnre of sp:»ni«h donkey* that they ihoald t>e whrnrtil nn lo the kick In i>nler to tnnke n Rtuoolber rcim^ pl.i.-e for man or pannier. 80. while the nuister iu*iii hi.*! nnlmal. one of the t*arl>en« piu«l uome enortnotti clacklnn «-!i< :n •* nnd litt.i..l the irroiitnl with mouse ctilored hair, leaving Ibo hentt'p belly fur covered below n fixed Hue mul for n small additional prU-e exoctltltlfl n rnUitl pat tern of Ntnr point* o round the necU. The touftorlnl profcMlon is nu iiuliw penitablf one In n country where simvInc Ibv whole fniv Is generally prflc^ ti.ei? among all the humbler onlerm not to mention lorerot and eVcletlai* ties. Hul the d{scomfort to which (he bartier'n ettslotnera nuhmlt i* astonishIng. Insieail of being patnpcrvtl, Koothe-.!. la t-.»...

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Slie Hut! Wnffni Tor If. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Slie Hut! Wnffni Tor If. lie (about to nnk fur a kiss)— l have an Important question to nsk you. S!;e (i>!nyft:llyi-I liOOtV tvbnt It !.<•, Gcbrpp. Voti want aic to bo your wife. Well, inki' me. He (rtithtT inkon nhnck) —This Is M>m«Mvhnt midtlcn. Isn't it? Siie (irndfilyt- 1 t]on'i Lnow. (Ieor»;e. irb'pttier It \* ftudden for you or not. but I hare traltotl for It for three years.— I.< :: ! n Standard.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

IN WET WEATHER A WISE MAN /^TN WEARS V^^V OILED y> k^4 WATERPROOF y^W CLOTHING I u.k* m rikxem mi lit? YOU DRY KOTHINS ELSE VYIIL •TAKE NO iUMTITU TZ3 • CATALOGUES H?S* JMOAWS r\ju. UNt Cf 6ARMMTA A-SOMATS A^JTOWePCO,BOSTON,MA^S.4<> Heffp for VJomen Who Are Always Tired, **I do not feel very well, I an to tired all the time,** You hear the**; words every day : ts oilen as ycra meet your friends just so often are these words repeat**!. More than likely you speak the same significant words yourself, and no doubt you do feel far from well roo*i of the time. Mre. Ella Ilice. of Chelsea, \Yi&_, trbofce portrait we publish, writes that fche suffered for two voars with bear-Inir-down pains. liea*lache. backache, and had aj] kind* of miserable feelings, lltt*. EIJJI Ric-R nil of which was caused by falling cr.«! Inflammation pi the womb, and aftej dofUjriny with phyhicions end DCZDer ous» rae<iici:;<**» Kht* wtts tiitirtly e...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Out'Of'Tone Conditions Marked by fallaro of appctltOi lorn oi Siuility, that titv.i feeling, bllloni I turn*, thill headache*! indigestion am! ! other Motnach trouble*, ns well n* b\ \ pimple*, blotchct, \**\U ami olhci crapUott9| an^ nil rcfemble to nn iml«uro or tmpoTcrlthcti condition of the blood* Hood's Sarsaparilla CorrvotJ all those conditions — it'" tho medicine Utat makes the blood pure an»l rich — tho peculiar tonio that ttrcngthena every weak function nnd btilhli up the whole system. " We think tberr !•» rn> mctllclnc that t^nn cqua! Hood't s.>.-«.»;>s .>.-«.»;>. »n::.i. It has . .ir. l me < .' :!:•;;::.. \:i«:n ant! irilrvcil my hus< tuind of catarrh. I hare tried It for both and hare foam! It fine. When we have tbat tlrvii feellnj; «c take H-*l« and In a •tKurt time ttse IrvHible Is pone." Mas. J. A, Rrrj£OUMC Stockton, t'al. Accept No Substitute

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

• • THROATfX^JBLADDW LUNGSratiFEMALE fAc yIp|P RGAHS '- ' °EN* J °B WNBJBU2R "'" jg 1 S.iys of l y crana: " I Join j j h Senators Sullivan, Roach j % end McEncry In their good ■ f 3! opinion of Pcrutuics en cf m \ j |: tcctlvc catarrh remedy." j [ — ■—' — .-f£%ffi L.A.N.U. No.L'L» Rheumatism is due to an excess of r.eM in the J^MjA l/^fcv yjl f blood. When this escapes through the pores of the /2S%S\\ l^?\jfi I I skin, as it often docs, it produces some form of skin (iJT-Ml3 /I eruption — some itching disease like Eczema or v^A^A^lfcrr/ )mp^." Tetter — but when these little tutxrs or sweat glands /y^\ — arc suddenly closed by exposure to cold nnd 6uddcn >^iL *\lr\ -T s^^, chilling of the body, Uien Uic poisons thrown off by the blood, finding no outlet, settle in membranes, .&**•'■ ' -^^r-"-'- >©i muscles, tissues and nencs. These ]>arts Income greatly inflamed, feverish and hot ; dacger-like, maddening pnms follow in quick succession, th...

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PUNISHMENT OF SPIES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

PUNISHMENT OF SPIES The Official Orders Issued by General MacAithur Society of Ducots Is Firm d by Filipinos to Mil Countrymen Wno Are Loyal U American Government WASHINGTON.— Major (i on or a I MucArthu/ ius Bent to the war department tho ofllctal orders that ho :Ui IrsiJtd lv several caftca of spies cr.ucht wlthl i the Amcrlcrn limn. One of the men tried was Lorenzo PrJcto, ». Spaniard, 1 who, while, employed In Southern Luzon an en ocent for a Manila toj m. firm, a. 4M4 M to tho Insurgent general, Callleu, and 1;!b tiubord I nates all the military Information ho could gather. The commission which tried Prlcto sentenced him to be banged, but (Jeneral Mac Arthur comnutod the sentence, to ten yeara* Imprisonment] A t'cclcty of Ducots has been formed In Luzon to exterminate) "American riplcs," nr.tlvcs who were friendly to tho United States force.-;. JuanCrlsostcir.o Denedtcto v:ns murdered by his servants ;:t the InstjgrA'on of the chief of the Ducots. The natives were sentenced to ...

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Faith Healer Dowie Arrested [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Faith Healer Dowie Arrested CHICAGO.— John Alexander Oowle. tho "faith healer." wnf? placed under arrest here pursuant to tho action of the coroner's Jury, which declared him criminally responsible for fhe death of Mrs. Emma Lucy Jud. 11. Worthington Jud, a disciple of Dowie. and husband of the victim, was also placed under arrest. Hoth men wore admitted to bail In $10,000 each by Judge Tuley. llenriht Hratseh and Mary D. Snetcher, "maturity" nurses, who were nt Mrs. J ud's bedside when she died, were nlao arrested, and later released under $5000 bonds. Mrs. Jud died a week ano after sixteen hours of suffering. Her Infant also died. She was a member of Dowle's congregation, and It Is claimed she received no medical attention.

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Seventy Miners Entombed [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

Seventy Miners Entombed LONDON. May 21.— An explosion occurred at the Universal colliery at Scngbcnldd, In the Khondda valley. About one hundred men were In the pit at the time of the disaster, and there Is little hope of flavlng the lives f> f f l T 1 V of fill* 111

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ESPEE WILL HANDLE FRUIT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 1 June 1901

ESPEE WILL HANDLE FRUIT They Have Made Extensive Preparations for Transportation SAN FRANCISCO.— The Southern Pacific company hns made extensive preparations for the handling of deciduous fruit thlß fail. William Sproule freight traffic manager of tho company, gave out ft brief schedule of the rapid manner In which the fruit will he hauled Hast. Fruit loaded on the trains! before midnight nt Sacramento will nrrlvo at Ogden sixty hours later. Tho company holds assurances from tho other roads that thin (tame fruit will be landed In Chicago eighty-four hours latro*. Of this time twenty-four hours are consumed between tho Missouri river and Chicago.

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