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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

%Kerckbott'Cuzner I lIDHII IDHI & Cumber (& | £ WHOLI.AL. ... I I IMRFR OO 2uND» * SH f 0 RETAIL DIALERS IN L.UIVIUL.I I ... MILL WORK 0 t» an pioho. WN<ut.»n Main Office Cor. Alameda A Macy Sti © LOS ANOILII, Maim Omcs €} £* POMONA. PABAOENA. . m f\ #£, ]? LAMANOA. A/UBA. COVINA. LOS ANGELES, UAL. 0 0

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

LOCAL AND PERSONAL (J. W. flothwell of Knntiidr was over last Friday. Dr. HeflrriiAu came down from I*o* Angeles last Friday. Mrs I*eroy Holt and Master Jim of Kcdlauda, visited her husband here this week. C. K. Kockwood and Dr. Hcfferuau went to I,o* Angelcn Wednesday to «pcnd the Fourth. Mesum 8. \V. lirown of San Bernardino and W. S. C irwin of Highland*!, were here this week. Wesley I'attou left here forsLosJAngeles Tuesday to spend the Fourth and recuperate a couple of weeks. I*. C. Vickrcy, who has been doing carpenter work her several weeks, left for his home in KcdlaiuU Tuesday. The population of Imperial in somewhat reduced this week because of many going out to spend the Fourth. The construction of the Christian church has sufficiently progressed as to be turned into the hands of the painter, and work has now commenced on the parsonage.

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Of the Grand Cao)oa [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

Of the Grand Cao)oa Oil the brink of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado river, about 50 miles north of Williams. Arizona, the Santa Fe railroad, accordidg to report, will erect a splendid hotel overlooking the huge chasm, which is one mile deep at that point. It will be made one of the show places of America, and local railway men believe it will rival Niagara Falls as an attraction for tourists. A first-class extension of the Santa Fe will be built from Williams to the canyon, and it is probable that the station on the precipice will be included in the main line overland. This would necessitate some extra time on the transcontinental trip, as trains would have to run out to the canyon and back again to reach the main line for Califoria, but railroad men believe that the additional time would be welcomed by the public if it afforded an opportunity to see the Grand Canyon. The hotel on the edge of the canyon will cost, it is naid, $2,000,000, and will be one of the most unique hoMtclri...

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AVERAGE FARMING [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

AVERAGE FARMING From Texas Farm and Ranch. There is a big difference between farming as it is done and farming aa it might Im* done. Reliable statistics prove beyond a doubt that farming generally is not profitable. Nearly all farmers "make a living," or rather manage to exist from the proceeds of the farm; but to do no better than this js failure, lor people who labor as persistently as farmers do, should be better paid. They should make at least as much clear profit as a carpenter or brick-layer who works eight hours per day. Reports of the Department of Agriculture and of the Cinsus Bureau, giving the average yield of the various farm crop* show that average farming does not pay, and that a large majority of farmers belong to the average class. Farmers who contribute to the lowering of the general average yield are probubly farmers from necessity, not being able to make a living at any other dullness, for it in a fact that farming is the occupation in which a bare living may be m...

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DUUinces From Imperial to the Following Named Places: [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

DUUinces From Imperial to the Following Named Places: Flowing Well*- 28 mile* Blue Lake - 8 mile* Cameron Lake Camp 16 miles Monument 220 16V miles Salton River 20V miles West Mesa 27V miles Bast Mesa m 28>i miles Alomo Mocho 30# miles Gardener** 36^ miles Seven Well* 43)* mile* Salton Groaning 47# miles Cook's Well* 51X miles Dos Alamos 59i» miles Hanlon's fo'/ miles

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

jlm p c f ia 1| iCompany | W. F. HOLT Manager. I Offices at . — -, i Imperial, Cameron, J Flowing Wells and Iris. 2 T Messages sent to, t I or received from, i ▼ any part of the world. V ATELEPHONESA • FOR RENTj *W!^^

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

DON'T FAIL f^ To advertise your business in |@| our large special edition. 5,000 readers guaranteed. WRITE fOl PRICES AND LIMITED SPACE jr the dotel Diadem <■& *****7mperial, California***** 0 Offcn tupcrior accommodations to land^scckcrs. tourists and the public. 1 H*U9 $2. so per d*y t Imperial Land (& Proprietors | Holt Brothers $ a#f Imperial, California, ifc X * *fc Dealers I " jfc | General J $ Merchandise |i ik jk m See us when you want to buy anything j£ X Before placing your next order 3* ************&************* I iffl Coming this way? g IK «i|i * then you are interested g| S J*U+i In knowing bow to reach || I"" Imperial Settlement, | I ™ New River Country I 5 Take the 5. P. train % 6 to Flowing We 115.... % fjR At this point you get first class accommodations at the McCAUL- -3» « LEY HOUSE. G. W. McCaulley, the proprietor, runs a regular stage line from that place to Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at Cn fjij 7:30 a. in. o...

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THE BRITISH TOURIST. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

THE BRITISH TOURIST. tlt> Wn« I'lrn.nnll. <n r t »r I • .-.1 h*> Ihr Trnln tins'* Attention*. Tlie tUltltfa tourUt « w in the car and g-Uct) Idly acrv><-4 tbe Monk rralrUt*. lie felt a ttlgtit touch and. lookufl around. fou;nl th.it n uniformed youth ha»l i)o;v«i:rHi trreral rmUly omugfji on t:>o noni. •'He dkta't wall for tbo inoncy." r»*tnnrkol tte loorttt. nailu^ fruui the fruit to tho »si>Mly rvtroatlns train boy. "Ho nrvcr dtK*." uld tl:e follow rtaswnsor. tvltti n kooning mnll*\ *t»h. I 9d>l It i* one of itu* ndvau* tnj:»*« of jour Rreat railroad iiyttem. Fr\t? fYxiit for it* patron*." The ltritl*!i tonritt >vn« J«st poollnj; the rt«w:nl oraope irben a dainty packapt» of ct.*ocolate confectionery was do* poslttxl on bis knee •"Hy Jove," l.c exrlalrocd enthu*»la»* tlcnlly. rthla Is delight full When I return home. I «h.i!l write n paper on the excellence of Auiorloaa travel." In l...

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Ilultt'. Srhuol [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

Ilultt'. Srhuol At Mealo Park. San Mateo Connty."] Cal.. with its beautiful surroundtug3. \ perfect climate, careful supervision, ; thorough instruction, complete labor- 1 aiorles and gymnasium, easily main-; tains its position in the front ranks of schools for boys on in*? Pacific j Coast. Ira G. Holtt, Ph. D.. Principal.' ___________________ "Those folks in the next flat arc! awfully pretentious." "Are they?" i "Yes. She S€nds hor visiting card { over — two middle names on it — when I bbc wants to borrow butter." Stop* the Coujh •ml Work* oft the Cold. Laz-'Sv* y.r ■ti Q j t.\- 1 TaMet* crjr« a coI4 la cr-« <!ir. No care, So t*T. I'rtc« "*'- c- r.'.t.

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HOW'S THIS. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

HOW'S THIS. V. c offer One Hundred Dollars Heward for any case of Catarrh that can* net be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO. Props.. Toledo, O. Wo, the undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for tho last 13 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business traneactlons and financially able to carry out any obligations mauo by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist*. Toledo, 0. Wa!.!!n?. Klnnan & Marvin. WholeEile i>rußKlst», Tole<!o, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tak^n Inter* naily. acting directly upon the blood an<! niticous eurfacts of tho syatcra. Price 75c ier bottle. Sold by all Drn^RiEt*. Teitlmonlals free. Hairs Family Pills are the beat.

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THREE SIMPLE QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

THREE SIMPLE QUESTIONS. And (he* l.tttrnrlnn ( ttnltl Not Amn»r Our of I tieitt. One d.-iy two itrll iireMfO young women npp.t.u L« »l ili»' ilt'Hk of tho rend* lvi: rouui of ti trig library* Due of tlu'tn took n nicutorniutuiu froiu her i>ockvt* book. "Can you t««ll itu* how many yanU— oh. (hat'K Hie ivVottjt l!5t!" she snld. hastily brlli}(lti)l lurth ouothcr slip of paper* "ll'to it ;•*. Will you plenso tell me who I* Itudynrd Kipling's favorite author:" "I am utinttta to it'll you. never hnv« ; Ing honrd Itittt htf had one." admitted one of th«> Htirnrlans"Doar im«:"' uilil the young woman Irritably. "It I* OU<? of the <]ucstloun for our next rluti uuvtlng. Well, which -, one of Thin, ki r:iy'j» books brought him i the most jitrbnit*?" "That you cnii probably flud out bjr ; consulting n book, the umber of which ' I will give you." haul the olllclal. "Oh. I can't Ktop to look It upf* tho : gald hurriedly, "I thought you could tell me at...

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Tbr •.MiiliplcU lltibll. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

Tbr •.MiiliplcU lltibll. "I'd likv lo know ivlwi mf custoraers do nlth nil tin* touilipicks Ibejr carry away," h'tiinrkiil n resinurnut proprli'tor ihe oiln-r «!:iy. "IVw men take a tingle lootlipu-k Aiosi of them lake half n doziMi and ainujr n whole li.imlful. and wtjtu ilii-y couie In here again for the nest u:«-nl liny tnko as tunny over a^ntu. TbVy don't iifvd lUein. h's all duo (o lit** lootliplck t-hewing Itablt. which s<t'is:» iv In* growing. Tbrri? isn't abjtliius i-nrtuulnrly pleasant about cbewln^ n ivoudrn looilipick. and It may be Injurious tr n plecv of the woo<J lo<igr^ Ui \hy lliioai or gi'is down Into the stumrii li. a*» it is wry apt to. Hut the toot! |.ii U I'lifU'lilg Imblt in be* comlug n rival lo lln- kuiji and tobacco habits. Tilt* only n n«t>u I ran glee for It Is thnt I lie luoshpu Us are free and gum and ICbaitti uri- not. "-Now VorU Sun.

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Sbr Conl'ln'i Hal the Coape. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

Sbr Conl'ln'i Hal the Coape. lie had dlolng with him In the re* taarnnt of the most elegant nnd fashionable hotel In town his good old maiden nunt from the rural districts They bnd a sumptuous feast, which ns It progressed was n series of delightful lurprlses for the old lady. When they were drinking coffee, the host looked out of the window nnd noticed It wn* raining. Tnri;ing to Ibo waiter, be said. "I wlsli you would order me n coupe." Whereupon the maiden aarjt raised both her hnnd* In protest, exclaiming: "Don't. Charles, please don't! I couldn't eat another thing. Ton my word. I'm op to my neck now."— Kx* change.

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The Cternal Man. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

The Cternal Man. "Ho you're going to marry tho policeman. Bridget?" **Yes, mom." "I suppose you'll bare tho same trouble with him I've had with tnj bu&banil." "Sbure. what* that, muci?" "Ob, he won't give up bin club." I'.nrtf I mr <if I'lufiinti, PlgeoriH wvtv ••im|»li»;.iml in early Kgypilnu day**, nnvjgiiturit inking tbem on their gnlley* nnd I '••• r.-iiln^ them when they nrrivetl nl ihtlr destlpallon In order to nummtue their nafv arrival to their frlcudu or f*niplnyrr*. The* Honinn* tttlllri*<l iheru In cotnmunlcat* Ins u HI: m« !i othcf It wart I me. in 1 1 k• •• 1 1 » • ti . in i itomachi «.n»H! itt«»ri. Kit k htadaehf« Tltnt'n lh<» pro* itrntn. N«*tl |'r«'Rtain, i'u»«'«ri*l« Citndy ('Atti:trtl«*, !•;••!. u. t r<Uof. I•: uk»:i •:••. I0o ( "I fimr you didn't have Anything •-?!■ iu-- : '! vi CO (TOO to ill Ink nt tho banquet ?M? M "No; It mntlo mo Ihlnk of n fak«' ponncr; tho Bplrlti <!i«iii't material lte." — ...

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Vititin*.' Mnranpnrlllm I'IIU [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

Vititin*.' Mnranpnrlllm I'IIU Cure constipation, nick headache*. blltouMU'fis. dyspepsia, 10 cents. 25 cents. DruKclstfl. Mrs. Sum way— ■ I see that Venus turns round only onco a year. Sumway- She doesn't meet many women with new bonnets on. then. — Stray Stories.

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The M«f>t Prescription or M-lmi*. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

The M«f>t Prescription or M-lmi*. Chili* -r. 1 frvrr It • bottle of Grove*. tAtt*. tr-n Chill Tonic. It la >lmpt]r Iron and qulnln* In a ta-trlras form. No cur~— no par. Trie* I.c, Wife: John, wish you would have a new clothes wringer sent up today. Husband (a butcher:) My (Tear, that Isn't exactly my line. Wife : Then whose line Is It In? Husband : In the clothes-line, probably. — Chicago News. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for tlflr children during the teething period. "What kind of pictures would you hang in a dining room?" "Well, I'd draw the line on paintings of beef on the hoof and stlll-llfo studies In canned truck." — Chicago Record. Flso's Cure cannot bo too highly ppoken of as a cough cure. — J. \V. O'BRIEN; 322 Third Avc.. N\, Minneapolis, Minn.. Jan. G, 1900.

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TO cniK A roi.li IN oNK liAV [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

TO cniK A roi.li IN oNK liAV T*ke !.axaliv«> Hromo Qulnlnft T-b|rl«. ,vi druffKli'*. rtfood the men*-? If It fall* to cur*. i: \v. Drove* -.Iffnatur* I* on racb box. *5c Fanner Hornbeak: Joah Ilayrake Is awfully down on automobile*. One on 'em run over his poor ole mother-in-lav.*. Farmer Whlflltree: Kill f cr? Farmer Hornbeak: Nope; never burled her a gol-dinged particle. — Judge.

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llr r t Un iM-iiur. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 6 July 1901

llr r t Un iM-iiur. A woi::an in «';tj»- I'nluiiy on trial for mtv.iv urTfiiMi- v.ji- (old Mint "he might • # <-!»nf!»-it^»'" ntiy • !i«- on the Jury to trhuin k|h« fiiiji ir- i >'!»•• Iriunrdlntrly touH tut\ tttlf :i*_Tf tf «.'••• |wrinl«<*«lnii |iy i-liallt'tlgStts :i liS'Jhi.* r» MjM-rfnMe fsirni \t <:u Im*iii*: ux'atl nftrrwiud wh-.'t bi«r n-iiynti Lml itrii fur ilolng mo ulie I'Xphllliril I! i.l I rl:c |i;| 1 »tip|Hisi'<| hlie Writ olil •_•'•«! tti nhj«"i t li «<:»liie one. ««) Klit* luiil |t!<-k<fl mi:i tli«< itslhttt

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