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Trlfllns With Charon. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Trlfllns With Charon. Just j's Charon was nbout to make the ferry slip the ex-distiller nudged him i:i the ribs. "If it isn't too much trouble," said the hitter, "I wish you would put me r/ith the arrivals from Boston." '•nut you are from St. Louis," protested Charon. "Wouldn't you feel out of place mnonjj so much culture?" ">K>, indeed. I always feel at home In the midst of refined spirits." Thereupon the ancient ferryman tossed the ex-distiller In the Styx.—Chicago News.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Ccpor^ [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Ccpor^ Those curious little appetizers, capers, without which the boiled leg of mutton Is incomplete, are cultivated largely in southern France, especially Savoy, but many come to us from the Balearic islands, in the Mediterranean, off the coast of Spain, where they grow wild. The vines clamber over the rock Is a very beautiful manner, and the berry, which is the seed vessel of the plant, is gathered by the peasantry. Capers ere publicly sold In the market places of Balearic towns ami shipped to Spanish or Freucli ports for exportation] The Czar now asserts that he Is strongly for universal peace. Evidently the Czar thinks he has a shade the best of every one else under the existing conditions. — Chicago Post.

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The Other Way. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

The Other Way. lie— Bertha, 1 jhu going tcasli you a question, n question which will have a lasting effect upon my life as you answer It. Iterth.'i. dear, will you be a sister to nieV She— Charley. I can't do that, hut I w'll be your wlfp.— Mostnii Transcript

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Ailuiiirt' Sni-HiiiuiriUu I'UU [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Ailuiiirt' Sni-HiiiuiriUu I'UU Cure constipation, sick headaches, biliousness, dyspepsia, 10 cents, 25 cents. Druggists.

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flronutil Dunn (he Ilonae. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

flronutil Dunn (he Ilonae. On one occasion, when Arthur Roberta, tin* Kiirflisli net or, was performing tin* part of Captain CroßStroe In the burlt'stiiH* of "ItJnc-k Kyi'd Susan" nt (ilasgon*. lie converted an awkward contretemps Into a bit In one of the scenes Crosstroe enters supposed to be Ini-brlntcd and staggers about the stage. Iv doing so Mr. Roberts accidentally came Id contact with the scenery of the Inn, bringing the whole set down. The curtain bad to be lowered, and the vivacious comedian came to the front and said. "Ladles and gentlemen, you see when we come to Glasgow we always brine down the house." Poco, Premo, Korona, Graphic, Cyclone, Vive, Hawkeye, Al-Vista Cameras and Eastman Kodaks in stock. Send for special catalog of any of them. Kirk, Geary & Co., 330 Sutter Street, S. F. Kitty: But he is such an indlgesible man. Klara: Yes; he always disagrees with me— Chicago Free Press.

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The Best Prescription or Malaria. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

The Best Prescription or Malaria. Chills and fever Is a bottle of Grove's tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron and quinine In a. tasteless form. No cure— no pay, Price we. Coated with chocolate, very smail and easy to take as sugar are Adams' Sarsaparilla Pills, far sick headache, constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, sallow complexion. They purify the blood, 10 cents, 25 cents. Druggists. Piso's Cure is the best medicine ''c ever used for all affections of i. throat and lungs.— WM. 0. ENDSLEI, Vanburen, Ind., Feb. 10, .'.900.

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Parrots. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Parrots. Some parrots are very quick In acquiring words and are generally fond of displaying these new acquisitions, but occasionally a bird will be profoundly silent until the teacher despairs of her. mastering a certain phrase or word: then all at once and unexpectedly the "scholar" will repeat her lesson.

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Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets cure a cold In one day. No cure, No pay. Price 25 cents. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for thicir children during the teething period.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

The Duty of Mothers. What suffering frequently results from a mother's ignorance; or more frequently from a mother's neglect to properly instruct her daughter I Tradition says " woman must suffer," and young women are so taught. There is a little truth and a cveat deal of exaggeration in this. If a young 1 woman suffers severely she needs treatment, and her mother should see that she gets it. Many mothers hesitato to take their daughters to a physician for examination : but no mother need hesitate to write freely about her daughter or herself to Mrs. Pinkham's Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., and secure from a woman the most efficient advice without charge. Mrs. August Pfalzgraf, of South Byron, Wis., mother of the young lady whose portrait we here publish, wrote in January, 1899, saying her daughter had suffered for two years with irregular menstruation — had headache all the time, and pain in her side, feet swelled, and was generally miserable. She received an answer promptly with advic...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Catarrh Is a constitutional disease. It originates In a scrofulous condition of the blood and depends on that condition. It often causes headache and dizziness, Impairs the taste, smell and hearing, affects the vocal organs, disturbs the stomach. It is always radically and permanently cured by the blood-purifying, alterative and tonic action of Hood's Sarsapdrilla This great medicine has wrought the most wonderful cures of all diseases depending on scrofula or the scrofulous habit. Uood's Pills are the bout cathartic. CITC Permanently Cured. No (Its or nervou«ncis II IO after ti rut day'Kii»p of Dr. Kliiic'b Great Nerve Restorer. Send Tor FK.EK $g.OO trial bottln ami treatise. Db.B.U. kuNi.Ltd.,'J3l Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa. IN WET WEATHER A WISE MAN /~T~*\ WEARS 5•5 • iJSfU WATERPROOF .X^SFr CLOTHING. WILL KEEP YOU DRY KOtSYlse" WILL •TAKE NO SUBSTITUTES • CATALOGUES TOPESHOWING FULL LINE OPGAWENTS AND MATS _ A.cJ.TOWER CO. BOSTON. MAS3. 46 L.A.N.U. 1 No. 2li lij CURES \Vm( {£' E...

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A BIG FLOOD IN THE EAST [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

A BIG FLOOD IN THE EAST Great Loss of Life and Property in the . States of Virginia and West Virginia Railroad* and Trains Washed Away and Hundreds of Families Homeless — Two Million Dollar's Damages BLUEFIELDS, (W. Va.,) June 23.— This section has just been visited by a flood, the extent of which, in all probability, will equal or exceed that of Johnstown in 1889, so far as the loss of property is concerned. Early yesterday morning, shortly after midnight, a heavy downpour of rain began, accompanied by a severe electric storm which increased in volume, continuing for several hours. The storm continued through the entire day and night and at 10 a.m., while the storm has abated, the lowering clouds threaten another teriffic downpour at any moment. Many miles of the Norfolk and Western railroad track, bridges and telegraph lines are entirely destroyed and communication is entirely cut off west of Elkhorn, so that it is impossible to learn the full extent of the loss of life and proper...

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British Foreign Shipping Grows [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

British Foreign Shipping Grows London.— A blue book, 3ust issued, giving an actual return of the navigation of the United Kingaom, shows that British shipping in 1900 decreased inward shipping, by 2,619,242 tons, and outward shipping, by 2,903,600 tons, while foreign shipping increased, inward, by 2,482,113 tons, and outward, by 2,470,576 tons.

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CUBAN BONDED INDEBTEDNESS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

CUBAN BONDED INDEBTEDNESS Government Tries to Ascertain What Is Owing Washington. — As an incident to the considertaion- of the Cuban Constitutional Convention of the proposition to redeem, through the government to be established, the bonds which were issued by the issurrection party in Cuba, before intervention by the United States, the government here is making some effort to ascertain just how much of this Jndebtednes3 is outstanding. The results are so far disappointing, for it is impossible to learn just how many bonds were issued by the revolutionary government of Cuba, and It is not even known how many bonds were issued by the leaders of the former revolution which terminated with the peace at San Juan. The inquiry has disclosed the undertaking by certain New York interests to supply the Cuban junta with several hundred thousand dollars in cash at the rate of $1 in cash for about $10 in bonds, to be issued by the Cuban insurrectionists, but it is not known how many of these ...

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Money for Boers [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Money for Boers New York. — An appeal has been Issued for money to buy supplies for the women and children of the Transvaal who have been gathered in camps as part of the effort to end the Boer war. Among the signers of the appeal are the Rev. Dr. David James Burrell, Willam Van Rassalear, Edward Van Ness, Andrew D. Parker and Rev. D. Van Brockhuisen of Pretoria. The apeal says that there are 22,000 women and children in the camps and that 318 children died in May.

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Atrocious Murders by a Chinaman [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Atrocious Murders by a Chinaman SAN FRANCISCO— An atrocious series of murders occurred at Ladner a village at the mouth of the Fraser River, opposite Steveston, about twenty miles from Vancouvere. A Chinaman entered a shack In which five other Chinamen were lying asleep and attacked first one and then another with an axe. The first Chinaman was killed before the others awakened. The cries of the second, whom the bloodthirsty Chinaman had attacked, awakened two others and In the darkness they attempted to rescue him. These three men were cut by the- p.xe-wielder in all parts of the body and so badly Injured that they will all die. The fifth although himself seriously Injured, finally laid out the murdercrazed Chinaman by hitting him on the head with a board. Then the fifth collapsed and the whole six were found lying in pools of their own blood by other Chinamen who happened to pass that way. The scene was a frightful one that met the gaze of the police officers who made the first in...

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ADELBERT H. HAY DFAD [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

ADELBERT H. HAY DFAD Son of the Secretary of State Found Lifeless on the Sidewalk New Haven, Conn.— Adelbert H. Hay son of Secretary Hay and former consul to Pretoria, was found dead on the sidewalk outside the New Haven House last Sunday morning. Hay retired to his room at 1 o'clock afte spending the evening with friends, in apparent excellent spirits. At 2:30 a passerby noticed the body of a man lying on the sidewalk of the College street side of the hotel. The clerk of the hotel was immediately summoned and recognized the young man as the one who registered as Adelbert H. Hay. There was considerable excitement about the hotel and a large body of students and graduates who are here for the commencement exercises soon gathered. A number of Hay's former classmates at Yale positively identified the young man. It is believed that Hay became ill, and went to the window for air, was overcome by a fit of dizziness and fell to the ground below.

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Hoshi Torn Assassinated [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Hoshi Torn Assassinated Yokohama. — Hoshi Toru, who was minister of communications in the last Ito cabinet, was stabbed at a meeting of the city assembly and died shortly afterwards. Hoshi Toru was Japanese minister at Washington and was formerly president of the house. The assassination is supposed to be due to politics. The assassin of Hoshi Tom is a man of about 50, occupying a good social position. He declares the blow was struck in the Interests of the country.

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Rockefeller's Gift to Cornell [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Rockefeller's Gift to Cornell Ithaca. N. V. — At a meeting of the board of trustees of Cornell university, President Schurman, presented a letter from John D. Rockfeller, donating $250,000 to th university on condition that an equal amount Is contributed by others. The $500,000 when secured will be used in providing ad ditional accommodations for instruction and research.

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Degree for General Miles [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 29 June 1901

Degree for General Miles Providence, R. I. — At the annual commencement at Brown university announcement was made that the desird $2,000,000 endowment had been raised, and was increasing every hour. The degree of doctor of laws was conferred upon Lleutenant-General NelA. Miles.

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