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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
1 BlMyft V A y M A^Ch n 8 WM k mm rOm on^y to Saturday— at every I j I mmmm^~!Sijff™^t^^J!'?^^^ Blue Flame Oil Stove will save labor, 1 1 I!. jjj ' j\ r^Ji'^Tg or carry, no waiting for the fire to come II fl IijJJIL __i J R??jr up or die down; a fraction of the expense J ii t \ IWnniii^llfllllEi^^^Pfllli l^^r t ! fl rsi P^^s P^^H w T'S % 1! H B! llh II iM^ m JT^ Otl /^^ A pfifj [ 1 la will boil, bake, broil or fry better than a £r ) "Bk^-VLi 1 jrJB I have them, write to nearest agency of jß|fr|Piß^ I] STANDARD OIL COMPANY. flKfiß fe WW« I i iIS I1k« aW '■i ~~" —^ CONSTIPATED /^^^^^^^^^^^^^^&gt;^&gt; Means misery on the eve of life. Nine out y-^^^^^^W^^^^^^^^^^ °* ten °*^ P eo P^ c are constipated because the /^^^^^^ -^. -S^y^^^^^- muscles of their intestines have become '^^^mTm^^l^ fi' m^^^^^P^ weak, worn out and flabby. Constipation '^^^^- is the curse of old age, causes bile and i^^M'PpT^^^ P^^^Ti^i^^^^ ac^ P°^ sons t0 remain in the blood, making iflffijlri rlkVv//...
HEADGATES OF IMPERIAL CANAL ARE PERFECTION [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
HEADGATES OF IMPERIAL CANAL ARE PERFECTION The past ten days have been a severe test for the head gates of the Imperial canal. Hut while the test has been a severe one, it has been most satisfactory in every respect. The headworks and canal, although new and fresh, remained uninjured throughout the recent heavy floods of the Colorado, withstanding the severest strain to which they could be subjected. The California Development company had built a strong levee between the river and the canal to keep out any floods even at the high water mark, and had extended the levee to the south to prevent any ordinary flood water from entering the Salton channel. For several days, however, the river was at a point which sent a large stream of water down the channel independent of that going through the headgates, but did no damage. The river has been several feet higher this year than is usual, but has now receded and all danger is past. Some damage is reported on the Arizona side both to the can...
BUILD THE ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
BUILD THE ROAD It is settled that a mass meeting will soon be called io take action upon the question of building a railway to connect this city with Imperial and the New River country generally, says the San Diego Union of the 7th. The Union is confident that upon the showing to be made at that meeting the people of San Diego will decide that the plan is both practicable and desirable, and that they will heartily support the project in every way in their power. The Union believes, however, that the agitation of this importnnt question should not be con* fined to this city, but should be carried on throughout San Diego county, especially at the places along the' proposed lineornenrit. At these it would Ih\.woll to have mass meetings, at which the citizens will be given an opportunity to acquaint themselves with the details of the proposed undertaking, and to take steps to render all the assistance of which they are capable. The need of the proposed railway is conceded on all sides. ...
WILL THE RAILROAD BE BUILT? [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
WILL THE RAILROAD BE BUILT? This is a hard question to answer — so hard indeed that few men would care to shoulder the responsibility of answering it — either yes or no. It now begins to look, however, like the road to '■ connect this country and San Diego is in a fair way of becoral ing a reality. At a meeting of the railroad committee of the chamber of commerce, held in San Diego last Saturday, at which a large num* \ ber of progressive business men j of the city were present, an imI portant step toward putting the long-talked-of and much-needed | road through. According to j press reports the business men who took part in this meeting are of the kind that accomplish what they attempt and the word to fail is unknown to them. The city and county have long felt the need of such men as these becominterested in this railroad proposition, and now that these gentlemen are showing a willingness to push the matter it certainly behooves every citizen of the county to co-operate with them a...
from the Salt River Valley [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
from the Salt River Valley A personal letter front Mr. F. Leighton dated at Phoenix June 5, contains the following new* itcmn of crop conditioii.n in that *ection: We are getting a little dry over here in the Salt River Valley. Farmer* have the first crop i&gt;f hay harvested and arc now cutting the second crop. The !ir*t crop was the heaviest for year?*. Melon- arc juat coming on and prom imc to be good. Times arc better that one year ago, and every man who wants work has little trouble to find it. Turn the Imperial canal over into thin valley and we are all right.
JUST BffOßf GOING TO PRISS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
JUST BffOßf GOING TO PRISS W. F. Holt, after a business trip of several days to I.oh Angeles and Keillands. returned to Imperial Thur»dav. Mm. 11. L. Front arrived here Weducftday from San Diego. She will ftpend the balance of tint year in Imperial with her daughter, Mrs. 11. C. Kccd. I. \V. (tlcanon, who was in thin country several day* hint week, left for his home in Riverside last Sunday. Hifthop JohiiHou and Rev. Henry 11. RcHtarick are expected to arrive here today from Loh Angeles. Millard F. Hudnon left here last Saturday for I*o* Angeles. He goen from there to Oakland, where he will vinit hi* family several day*. J. K. Drown of the firm of Brown Bros., representing the Imperial Laud company at San Bernardino, was here latter part of last week. The work of construction on the lumber sheds of Holt Bros, wait completed Thursday and yesterday the force of workmen was transferred to the work of constructing the Christian church. At a meeting of the board of supervisors last week ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
I Kmkboff'Cuzmr | | Will &amp; Lumber (g, | X whol.s.li ... I m iwi RFR oo «°S'o." tH ' f A RETAIL DIALERS IN L.WIVIUUI I ... MILL WORK 0 ® i A O S YARDS AT . . ~... - . *±i. San p ioro. WNott.Ai. Main Office Cor. Alameda &amp; Macy Sts w LOS ANOII.It. MAIN Of MC« 0 POMONA. PAIADINA, | _ AlU^m CO OAI &amp; *=* lamanoa. a/u»a. covina. LUo MlNbtLbo, V/AL. 0 ©
Qtestlons and Answers Relative to the Colorado Delta [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
Qtestlons and Answers Relative to the Colorado Delta •I 1. Where in the l»«*t place to locate? a On the Colorado Delta. &lt;| 2. What is a delta/ a Consult a school geography. q .1. Where in the Colorado delta? .i On the went side of the Colorado river, in Han Diego County, California. q 4. Does the Colorado delta overflow? v No, only clone to the streams. q 5. What ts the nature of the soil? a It in what in known an a sedimentary or alluvial depo*ttc. q 6. What is the nature of the climate? a It in arid. q 7. How can I procure the laud? a By taking it under the Desert Land Actor the Homeiitcad Act. q H. If the country i* arid, how can crops be grown? a My means of irrigation. q 9. How can I procure water for irrigation? a Hy buying shares of stock from the Imperial Laud company. q 10. At what price doen the company acll water stock? a At present, It is selling at $11.25 l&gt;er acre, on cany terms. q 11. In thU then the only co*t of water? a No, you will be required...
PRESS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
PRESS NOTES HouthwrMrrn Stockman 1 C. F. Saylor, of lowa, the special agent in charge of the beet sugar in- i vestigatiou of the department of agriculture, in in Washington and has submitted bis report to Secretary Wilnon. He sayn thtH year hhowna very active tendency toward the rstablishmeut of new, beet sugar enterprises* Next autumn, he says, Michigan will have three new factories, and Ohio, Indiana New York, Colorado, Utah, South and I North Dakota, and Illinois will install new factory enterprises, making thirteen throughout the United States now in contemplation. A conservative estimate, he says, is that there will be forty-two beet migar factories in operation throughout the United States by the end of next autumn. Everything] indicates that the industry is thorough* ■ ly established throughout the country. \ *f Armour ACo., ft nay* the Eldorado! Republican, "are sending a car of eggs I to California from here, and in talking of their big business here. Harry Mill- , er gave ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
DON'T FAIL f-v To advertise your business in |®| our large special edition. 5,000 readers guaranteed. WRITE fOR PRICES AND LIMITED SPACE jr the dotel Diadem +++++7mptrial, California***** \, 6 0 Offers tupsrior accommodations to land^cekcrs, tourists and the public ; 1 Hates $2.50 ptr day "c Imperial Land (&amp; Proprietors j | Holt Brothers I Imperial, California, Dealers '&gt; " m $fc | General | J Merchandise I *fe See us when you want to buy anything *fe S Before placing your next order K\»: t Coming this way? | 9&amp; t \- * then you are interested may 41 j + X J+++4.t in knowing bow to reach S S^ id I"" Imperial Settlement, J I «New River Country! I Take the 5. P. train i h to Flowing We 115.... § I At this point you get first class accommodations at the McCAUL £$g I S LEY HOUSE. G. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular Q6 | | stage line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at C 2 f | 7:30 a. m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, ret...
srnrd. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
\\ srnrd. Once trhfn M r^. lv»n.!.nl trn« takins ibe role of tiatateti &lt;n l»n!d!ti *!»• I»ad in nmu«lo; rx\trrU?arv r&gt;»:ualSon. It trill be n-nni:il»'n-«l. had n Jt-alm:* wife. Dnrins i!»«* lrmi»onry a!»«vuiv of thnt lady i;;ilat«-n wa« alwni to Jbrotr ber*i-lf !mo H«f nrni* cf Pysraa lion tvb^n an nl«l «!a!:j«* in Ihe audience rrled warainply: ~l&gt;oa*t do It. dnrlint: Ills wife's Just ?cae out. and sbure It'll be like her to U* Ustenia at the keyhole/* Baby pets the benefit- Nurslnjr mothers rnak* their mJlk mildly punratlve with Ca*caret.«. the only irafe laxatlv* lor babies. AU druggists. 10c. lie, We. •You see that prosperous looking man over thc:e? He robbed m&lt;? of tho best chance of becoming rich I ever had." "How did it happen?" "He refused to let me marry bis daughter.'— Detroit Free Press." Accuracy above evcrthlng else Is needed in photography. Our new balance scale weighs a grain as easy as an ounce. Price. 13.00. At dealers, or ...
t'.'i. mi.n t'*i<en». [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
t'.'i. mi.n t'*i&lt;en». The wren »f Nontttrrtl l!«r«^po :•* n boM frl!ou- i-.« : i!;! Ir h f&lt; « in&gt;*:s?n. t!:e cr\iw. Pome n•: &lt; *o' Ilic i«ir.l. (Hvcn by n:i IUt:l!*!i tt;i\e««r l:i tVn»!c.i. offer ii mating j r« • f of thi«. A tout.i \\hoi:i i ••tnp'o.tcd to carry in.t mr.i^M n«il.l t»»ter !••*»'.♦ ni rn&gt;eun alili iUi.r rv«i:nn!iult,v. ler ho bad «r.ffenvl DlOttl lv :;i tlselr tblefUh Impndenev trurn s»«::t to t!;o bush to On v:w !;&lt;• 1 M til* dlnntr, 0 lonf of bredd \r.,;;Msi i;» n napkin, nlthorc!j t r trr* &lt;tit!;!!jt close t»» the ftjiot nbrro Ir bad laid It HOU bad turn e*l Ills bark fur *«i!v a minute. Hut tl»e moM uuportWiiabtC Insult be hnd ever mrltnl hap|»pne&lt;l ou n d.»v when !se tra« out catberli'C wooii. A* he was Mooplns down to bSiul n bundle of facut* I raven &gt;»;iiKle;ily s\vtH)j» cd from behind. lift.M Ib'f cap from his head an«l flew ntvar «!t!i It to a lofty crajr. fr\...
A <*MropriJ:«i*« Adtler. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
A &lt;*MropriJ:«i*« Adtler. A chiropodist advises that foot i-otu- fort Is uiurU inibatiml If all eallot:* plncr* 0:1 tl:»* fevt r.ro made perfectly smooth. Tl:ls can be done easily ami the fWt kept In i»xcvllrnt condition by using a fiMe (mutlce stotte every mornIn? after the I'Sth. The pumice stone should, of course. \x tvet. and If rubbed daily over the |»olnts on the foot that have hardened or shown a tendency to harden tho places can be made and kept smooth. After a corn has been removed, too, a light nibblnj: dally of the place where It has been will often prevent Its return.
CONSPICIOUS IN A BALL ROOM [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
CONSPICIOUS IN A BALL ROOM PUkti of Dandruff on the Collar and Shoulders of a Gentleman in Pull Dre.&lt;* This is the thing you quite frequently see in the ballroom— a man's black dress-coat literally covered with dandruff. It must be annoying to the wearer, and certainly not a pleasant thing to observe. Hut dandruff can be eradicated. It Is a germ disease that will some day cause baldne&amp;s. Newbro's Herpiclde kills the hairdestroying Rcrtn. and .stimulates the hair to a rich, abundant growth; It does more — keeps the hair soft and pliant. Furthermore. Herplclde Is a most pleasant toilet accessory; pleaslns of odor, and cooling to tho scalp.
A Trlltalr Domt. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
A Trlltalr Domt. Nell— She useil to beast that she vrn* one of the charter members of the Woman's Suffrage club. She doesn't nppcar to be an proud of It now. IJelle— Oh. she* Just ns proud, but. you know, the club was organized 15 years a?o. and nhe must have been at least 20 when she joined.-- Philadelphia Record
[Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 15 June 1901
Wide Trousers, \nrniw 9lrerfs. l.a Lucha of Havana la a long i»dltorlal "slvln^ fiis" to American visitors to Cuba generally comes out strong In defense of Cuban trousers and of tho narrow street* of the Cuban capital. It »3&gt;s: "One fivqucntljr Invars Americans ridicule trtat Ilie/ call 'Cuban trouwrs.* thereby betraying their ov.u cross Ignorance. l" r &gt;r instance, one of the cootffct materials f r»r men 10 wear In s!;c&lt;-a. To make close tilting trousers of it - r of m:y other thin material vrould prove «1.-; - lr«r.:.-; consequently iv a!l tropics! countries ll:e loom* trousers are tveru. nnd persons who vls'.i Mexico. Central nt:&lt;l South America or ledfa jtjoiv ropiiHy accustomed to i!it't:i. I'urlUvr w.QTp, flu* j»li.tjm« affect* nl bcre fo much U ibe height of fash lon Id Prance. "Again. the stat pineal Is frequently nnfJi* that Ibe streets of Havana should be *nrl«J&lt; ned nri'l tw.U' mwli-ro/ &lt;JrofH l^noraiut* I*...