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Yonrn's Birthday [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
Yonrn's Birthday SALT LAKE, rtah.— Tho 100 th anInvcmary of the birth of Brlgham Young was generally observed throughout Utah. The business portion of the city was handsomely decorated, and hundreds of people cam*' from adjoining States to participate in tho celebration, which opened with a salute of 100 Runs, fired by the Veteran artillery nun. Tho chief exercises of the day were held nt Saltalr. and consisted of an elaborate musical program and addresses by prominent citizens.
Has Had Four Trial* [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
Has Had Four Trial* SAN FRANCISCO. June I.— Fred Hcgerow. tho San Jcse deputy sheriff who shot and killed Joseph Cech and August Berger at a brewers' pic no last July, has been granted a hearing before the supreme court and will appear Monday afternoon on a writ of habeas corpus. Begcrow has already had four trials, and each time the Jury has disagreed. A new trial has been set for June 10. His attorneys want the case decide*' Immediately and hence their application.
TWO BOAT CREWS DROWNED [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
TWO BOAT CREWS DROWNED Steamer Palcna Reports Disaster at Acajutla SAN FRANCISCO.— The steamer PaUna brings a report which later may prove to be the herald of a terrible disaster at Acajutla. While anchored in the roadstead off Acajutla. May 17, near the steamer San Juan and the Mexican gunboat Ivy. a boat was lowered from the San Juan and manned, while a few minutes later one was put In the water from the gunboat. As near as Captain Moon of the Palena could make out. the boat from the Ivy was taking an officer ashore, while the one from the San Juan was taking Colonel John Stewart, the Mail company's agent, ashore. One of the ship"s officers and four men manned the boat and all went well until the San Juan's boat and the Ivys boat were near the beach Then those en the Palena saw an immense, breaker rolling in toward the shore. It caught the Ivy's boat and threw it against the San Juan's boat, and both were rolled over and over and finally disappeared. Captain Moon fears that not a ...
NAVY APPOINTMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
NAVY APPOINTMENTS A List of CommlMioru Signed by the President WASHINGTON.— The president haa feigned the commissions of the following appointees: Navy— Commander. Cor win P. Kees; lieutenant- commanders. Frank \V. ilartktt. Frederick C. Blcg; lleutenantj», Frank L Chadwlck; lieutenants. Junior graded Andrew E. Kalbaek. Edward McCauley, Roland B. Curtln; surgeon, with rank of lieutenant. Edward S. Isoxart. Jr.; assistant Burgeons, with rank of lieutenant. Junior grade. Jet?** \V. Harkus, Frederick M. Anderson. Royal It. Richardson, William Lseaman. John F. Murphy; warrant machinists. John L. King. Francis E. Mugan. Richard Jeffers. John T. Pennysock. John E. Cleary; gunner. Robert E. Blmonson; boatswains. John McCarthy. William F, Hold* worth. John A. Shaw.
FOR THE FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
FOR THE FARMER A Pew Items Gathered for the Interest of Our Rural Readers Movable Fire Shed* to Protect Orchard* From Proiti- Flint Spraying Expert* rmnt- Separating th* Se*et. Etc. Tho roller Is an Important Imjloment on a farm. It presses tho earth to tho seeds, crushes lumps and clods nnd levels the ground. The roller also renders tho work of laying off rows and planting much oaslcr thau when the ground Is simply harrowed. CuMrormi work during cool night*. rhey will cut down nil kinds of tender :»lants. There la no way to get rid of them except by poison, which In unsafe (rherti fowls or animals have free range. If strips of thick paper nrc wrapped around such plants as cab* sage, peppers, tomatoes, etc.. it may protect the plants against the worms until the plants nro well grown and «afe from damage. As soon as a cow becomes dry the lalryman usually sells her. He Ls not willing to keep her If he can procure me that is trcsh. When buying the fresh cow he Incurs the risk of bringi...
Treasury Debt Statement [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
Treasury Debt Statement WASHINGTON.— Tho monthly Htatcment of the public debt Issued by tho treasury deiJrtmcnt shows that at the cloho of »)U«lnoH8. May 41, 1901, the [debt. lesH cash In the treasury, amounted to $1,002,470,404, which 1h n deIcrouHo for tho month of $10,208,703. This decreases \» largely accounted for by the purchaHo of bondH for tho nlnkliiK fund and tho Increase In raHh on hand. Tho cash In tho treasury la classified as follows: llPHcrvo fund, gold. $150,000.000; trust funds, $770,003,785; general fund, $147,649,425; In national bank depositories, $101,700,221.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY '■•&gt;• Ijiiailv* If- Qulrifn* T«tt&lt;-I«. A'l &lt;Irufirt»l» ffuri'l th* f!;ff.»y |f it rail* |«» mr«. K. W. Or&amp;*«-*« •!vnatur« It on i«rfi !&gt;-&lt;t. 2ie. Mothom will find Mm. Wlnnlow'ii Hofiihint; Hyrup tho bern remedy to umi for tUir children during the teething period.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING Wh»n y..u tAhff r,t&lt;,\t&gt;-t TaMol^ta rj,|| T nlc •"««»&lt;• «»&lt;•• f&lt;ririul» it plainly |irlnU&lt;t on •vrry bo4lt« ■■' ■■'!'.(■ »• .! li |» oiini.tr lr».»i «»• i gutItlfio 111 • La»tt!e*t fwrm, ,\u turi*. No l&gt;ay. LOc. Yon n«*r»(i our new th/pe*fold tripod to complete your outfit. The \&gt;vst nron* tur&lt;»'a tripod mode. I J rlce.fexproti perpaid; ?..7.'». At dealers, or Kirk. Ocary H, Cj , 22U Butter St., Han Fraiu Ihro. I'lrst Reportiff—i guesi 111 tako n llttli* of your tobacco, If you don't mind. Second Reporter— l don't rare how llttlr you takf. — SommervlllQ Journal. I do not br llev&lt;! I'lbo'b Cure for ConHumptiosi has an equal for coughs and co ! &lt;bi.— JOHN F. DOVER; Trinity Sj&gt;rtii};H, Ind.. Feb. 15. 1900. Frl**::*! — I understand your receiving teller ban tklppod out? Hank President (sadly) — - That's what! - \ Friend— Did ho ...
NIP IT IN THE BUD [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
NIP IT IN THE BUD Flr*t \ ppi .i r.m ■ •• '.T i i.uml m M .* l'orr&gt;rilli-ni-nif I'iitiirf ltiil&lt;l inn. That such is the case baa b?on conclusively proven by scientific renrarcb. I'rof. rnna. tb«» noted European fkln specialist] declares that dandruff Ih the burrowed-up cuticle of the «ralp. rautitd by pnrli'lti-M destroying the vitality in the hair bulb. The hair becomes llfclea?, and, in timo. falls out. Ibis ran be prevented. Newbro'B Herplcido klll« thl« dandruff gerib, ami restores thio hair to Its natural softness and abundancy. Hcrplcldc Ih now used by thousands of people— nil satigftVd that il Ih the roost wonderful hair preparation on th&lt;» mnrkft today.
Th# rir«t Klnd»r««r(»n. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
Th# rir«t Klnd»r««r(»n. Thr« fimt klful»Tpnrti'fi nan o(K»ned by Frwl^'l In 1H37 nt llrniMli«i&gt;J»Hrjf. &lt;J&lt;?f' Dinny. nii«! I", yt-nr* nff«nuinl ti&lt;* «li«&lt;l. Tlil« flmrt (M-rl'Hl nn« *t!ff)cftfll to r»»tnlilluli n nffitftu of i ittw ntlon tfi.it Una (limit ur«* •lifTtriut for f.Cflf cbltdrrai Wlirfi flu* UlliU oT I'ruxalti 111 IHTi] forImili* th«* i^fnltllftlifiii'iil &lt;&gt;r kiiwliTk'nr It'iiH. iln*i ln* ».|«| iiuiti illml of n tirok«n iM'tirt. not drfninlnu iltnl u\* life work •'.!'l In &lt; li 0 UuUlr ntu-**-*%.
fn«*-r(<i n* ftnntnn r'oo«! [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
fn«*-r(&lt;i n* ftnntnn r'oo«! Prftf'KSor !«\t -ho- ihaf our prril rw* Io«u4t tnailc n iloHclon* &lt;li«ii vrtipn frl«f|. nnrl Iw nhvnyx contPtirliil Hint iij'-ro v.vrv nnntprob* lnw»rfii thai ftVrc JtiM n« wIkiN'soiiii' n» fiynfrr?*. In Srvr /«ntnrifl n I/up- tfri;l». &lt;•»•. n» Anirrlranf *xiy. n "«orfu." Is found In i!t*ni1 tlmbff nti&lt;I I.h r.» mcrrly fotljttif for n.i wo Mti for bWlhrooi -■ Tlii»j call ihi» 'rorm litiftrt. — M#'r»hnri'« Mr.ntf.fr
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
ll I O »ft»r fifti »f«y"» «•»' f l&gt;r. Kli»*'«'&gt;r&gt;«i V»« rt^t/f»r. f'f, tr. f ri» i:i'.Hi.ftO'ri.iu^(ir ar ,-i tf ai.« l». 11.11 KLI'-.LM .V.I Af'!,"t ..l't.,Ul»U!.l».»'a. (yK^ Toasting - broiling «b^^3 b&amp;king - ironing x^^^ WV\wV^Au anything that can he done with a wood or coal fire is done r( \lAvmvu c^ cr i cheaper and quicker on a v-l/c^vl \^^^^^i,'Ml Heat is not diffused through- f^~~7~T\^\ )Fv / / smell, soot, or danger, and the gpr,... y /;-,( y»%&amp;Z^.-z^j/ij.; ■*^—-—*~ 39&lt; VZ\ \§j&gt;;^^S' If your dealer dues not have Br "£-J M /J (^^P*/ it write to nearest agency of . _~yC ■K^lJi' / ( / pminmnnnmfnmfnniinn^ Liv^tf DttirM 11 S^kt^^t o^ I E You know very well how you feel when your liver don't act. Bile coliects in the blood, bowels become §3 |r constipated and your v/hole system is poisoned. A lazy liver is an invitation for a thousand pains and aches to j~§ sr come and dwell with you. Your life become...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
Thk visit of Phksidknt McKinlkv to the Pacific Coast will be forever remembered by all the people. So it should be. He made himself dear to the hearts of everybody by his broad Americanism expressed in his public utterances and exemplified in all his private and public actions. His visit will be of the most interesting 1 pages in the historr of the twentieth century. All honor and praise to the noble Ruler who is himself ruled by the sentiments of the people. According to the newspaper reports from San Diego, the people of that city are indeed becoming enthusiastic over a connection with Imperial. The proposed wagon road seems to have been run down by a railroad, and it is now an extension of the; Cuvamaca railroad into the Im-j penal country. The party which j was here from that city few days since, it seems, stirred those people upon their return home, as they had never been stirred before. They are now of the opinion, and rightly too. that today j is the time for action, and not ...
GARDEN IN IMPERIAL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 8 June 1901
GARDEN IN IMPERIAL It is not here today nor it will not be here tomorrow, nor even next week, but inside of thirty days from now Mr. Jackson, a professional, gardener formerly from Florida, hopes to have a garden planted to cabbage, lettuce, onions, radishes, celery, and in fact everything usual in a well kept truck patch. This gentleman has had broad experience in this business, and we look to see wonderful results come of his efforts. This fall he will plant considerable ground to winter garden truck, including strawberries etc. During the last half century no state in this United Union has been so extensirelv advertised as has California. The work has been done by traders, land speculators, railroad companies and everybody else. Hut nothing succeeds like success, and the success of Mr. Jackson's garden, along with others that will follow his, will be an advertisement for the Imperial country that will impress itself upon the minds of the people. Exaggeration is so common in adver...