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AWFUL AGONY [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
AWFUL AGONY Iho Story of &lt;&gt; StrlcltCfl Womon Whom Hoc tors Were Mot Able to Help. t'rum tht \t%ii, t'liiinmtiUf. ln&gt;t The fttory &lt;,t Mm. Nolllo M. Hcddon, of No. C2l Kuinmit avonub H Connors^ vllle, hid., (ontnlus an Important !■ »- t:«.n for many American woim-n who ttufTVr In Bllence rather than fnce the ordeal that the tmual treatment ot their troubles entails. It I* »i Htory that rliiKß with honest gratitude and doeH not tell half the misery that the narrator endured. Other women who are suffering us Mrs. Hcdden did will know how to understand and appreclnto much that cannot be told In a ncwKpapiT article. Mrs, Hcddcn'fl experience \* bent given In her own words. She bivb: "For nearly a year I Indurcd terrible tißony caused by a general breaking down of the* nervous; system, female weaknefH and nuppreHition of the periods, I Buffered greatly with bearing down pains an«l wan very weak and Bhort of breath. M /."circulation wnu very bad, ...
A Humble Apoloujr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
A Humble Apoloujr. "■We feel that nn apology Is d:ie." 02plalns tlu^ (Htltor of ilie Splkrttnvn lillzrani, "to tin* &lt;*stlniahle young woman who Ichchea nt «!u* tfcUoolhouKt* In District No. r» Through tuo trretcbiMJ blundor of n n'orthlexs 'ramp jiri!»tt i r whom we irr.sirtl with ihi* up of an lt«'sn J»xt nn \vv \\v:v closing the forms for our last week's edition wi* .were i:in«le to J-ny that 'M'.ss lltiby MtCon Hell. il:«» hniulsoijic nml ppjmlnr teael'.vr In Rlggs nelghborhopil. i.&lt; l!n» proud posi»ps«or ut ntj elegant ucvr black lH«ar«l.' We wrote It 'black* board.' -'~Cblcngb Tribune.
IN THE GOOD OLD FASHIONED DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
IN THE GOOD OLD FASHIONED DAYS. Powdered Wigs Formed an Important Adjunct to a Gentleman's Apparel. It \h safe to say that the majority of bald men of today would gladly revive tho old; dignified custom If they could. But, they can no the tu'xt best tiling to It: that Ih, to revive the growth of th»&gt; hair nature cave th mh. In cases whore tl&lt;c hair root or hur bulb has hot been completely «!efitroyed by parasites that Infest h, Nowbros Ilerplpldo will do wonders In tho way of stimulating the growth of lifck'HH and falling hair. Destroy tho cauKo, vmi roniovo tho effect. 'I hat Ih the successful mission of HerplcM£ A miitnkc hn« lw»on nmd&lt;» gnmewhero If a cood ewkemnker doesn't finally become tho mother of a large family of boys.— Atchlson Qlobc, IJbrnHans say thai people who read north mid uotblbs but nort'U oro nl».»ut 70 per &lt;tiii «»f rvaUvrs iv tho public book illslilUliuUV fltufiM thff Cough •nd Work* off the Cu1«l. l.«i»«lvr |tr"»no t...
BURIED TREASURE IS POUND [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
BURIED TREASURE IS POUND llord of Thouiandi of Dollars Hidden by Miieily Old Woman. Hatita i:arl&gt;;ii.i. A fttory with featured of the iim-'i romantic sort] ha* excited a dozen families on I aim avenue In thin city. It lit a Htory of (lie iiiiiiiig of thousands of dollars of bur* led treasure, a part of the hoard of a miserly eld woman. The neighbors who know of the matter are In somo mynterloiiß way bound tci gecrc^y tit the matter, yet tho Herald wan able to get accurately at the facU of thfl case and unearthed a vcrltabla fairy fnfn A Los Angeles man. one John L*.nnox. Is the hero of the fitory. He Is fit least the 1 n-rfeut owner of a bihter'n yellow gold. For four years prior to the night of July Uh. Miss Mary Lennox lived iv a tiny cottage on t f* •• avenue. It wan a place that stood well apart frcm other houses. The woman wai» a wanderer on the face of the earth and reputed to be a great traveler. She had lived everywhere, and Ih thought to have came here from Loh A...
Drowned CrosMUfa F^v.r. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
Drowned CrosMUfa F^v.r. .t. Paul, Minn.. July C— Mrs. Annie Pust of South St. Paul and Oscar Norris. recently of Independence, Kas.. were drowned last evening In ...e St. Croix river, near Hush City. A party of five were crossing the river when the boat capsized. Norrla tried to save Mrs. Pust. but was carried under With her, and both drowned.
Carnegie'j Offer to San Franciico. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
Carnegie' j Offer to San Franciico. PAN FRANCISCO.— Mayor Phelan is In receipt of a letter from Andrew Cnrr.eslo. offeriiiK to pive $750,000 to the city of San Francisco for a library building providing tho city furnishes a suitable slto. It may bo, shoul/' the oftVr be accepted, t lint a nurnhnr n? branch libraries will bo construe.*! In addition to the main building.
Kilchncr Reports Capture of Boa*. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
Kilchncr Reports Capture of Boa*. London. — I.onl Kitchener telegraphed to tho war offlco uh follows: "Grenfcll, at Howell, captured 53 Docra and a lot of supplies belonging to Beyers' commando." "Dr. Leydf.V says tho Hrussola correspondent of tho Morning Post, "has addressed to tho continental powers nnd the United States n protest against (Sreat Hritaln's 'barbarous treatment' of Door women and children. It Is! paid that Hcllnnd will support the pro. test." I
Boy Shood Boy and Ihm Hingj H.mjilf [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
Boy Shood Boy and Ihm Hingj H.mjilf Albany, N. V.— Hnymoml Alburn, a 13-ynr-olfl ln»l, *hot nn«l Ingtantly klllo«l KmrnnnuH Koebier. n t*f»y of 12 yarn, nn«l thr»n bunged himself. The hoys wv.ru playmaffn. ami nreonlln;? to Mtatfjmentß of n^lghborH, they h;i'l qtuirrclod H/mio day* nj?o. Albers N the i" n of n well known painter, an! Kochlcr Ih the son of a minister of U»«* gospel.
Squirrel Tails. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
Squirrel Tails. Vlsalla, July ".--Including totlay'ii count the total number of «f:ulrrci tallrt on deposit with tho rlork of tho Tulare county board of supcrvls* cth Is 84,300. This number Ih the total for the month of June. The bounty on thr.w talln arn'untn to $2521). The b'-iinty law h;iH b*»on r';p«?al"d and no bounty will bo paid for squirrels killed after July 1.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
WflY GET SOAKED / ' /// // ' WHEN //iLYfifcffl OILED ' y/A WILL KEEPYOU DRY &amp;iWwrV HA&amp;DWT STORH? LOOK JGR AWVE TDADC rUH WWAPSOf IMITATIONS CATALOGUES PR£Er 3KOWIN6 PULL LIME OF GARMENTS AND HAT 3. A.J.TOWER CO.. BOSTON. MAS 3. M v» £%smjSbu A wL. m \ \ U *** Jim mm Jk W&amp;/ The Kind You Have Always Jioii^ht lias borne the signature of Chas. 11. Fletcher, and has been made under his per.M)iial supervision for over 8O years. Allow no ono to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and '* tJu.st-as-good " are but Experiments,* nnd endanger the health of Children— Kxpertence against K.vpcriuicnt. What is CASTORtA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Par* gorie, Drops and Soothing 1 Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ix contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance* Its age is its jruarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Cpnstipatlop and Flatule...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
1 UK Presidents usual prompt ness in definig his position upon important nutters i* making bi« failure to either appoint a new commissioner of Pensions, or to say that he intends keeping Commissioner Evans in that position, very puzzling to everybody. The doubt is not calculated to add to the efficacy of the work of the Pension Bureau, as employes oi that establishment, whose lirst interest is to retain their jobs, don t know "where they are at.** They know that there is a radical difference of opinion as to how certain pension laws should be construed between those who are demanding the appointment of a new commissioner of Pensions and Commissioner Evans, but they don*t know which of those opinions is held by the President, and their lack of knowledge on that subject leaves them, as the saving: goes, "between the devil and the deep sea." TilK additional claims against China, put in by Germany and several other powers, which at first were so puzzling to this government, are now know...
RANDOM REMARKS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
RANDOM REMARKS *| General Wheeler la having hi* tir*t ! I whirl at Newport and it *eem* to have I got hi- head going. .% The strike of the Amalgamated Ay i variation of Iron, Steel ami Tin Worker* threaten* to be a serious one. • ♦ Buffalo vrhould have Wen entirely Hati*tied with the Exposition without \ the *ide show of a big "busted" bank. * Kvcit though a treasury MirpliiK doe» act a* a promoter of congressional ex[travagance it i* more desirable than a deficit. .\ It is doubtless a guilty conscience I that make* the Dowager Empress of I China afraid to return to Pekin and ; *ct up her Court. • • Member* of Perry Heath* family ; are not so much in demand for bank officials since the failure of the Seventh National, of New York. » • ♦ The phrase "struck oil" will l»e a|&gt;plicable to every known section of the j earth if oil discoveries continue to l&gt;e ■ made at the present rate. Slander i* no re*pector of person. They arc even accusing Senator Dcpew of liking ...
PRESS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
PRESS NOTES Xl Paso Herald: Fourteen year old girl, Xew Jer*y; married: wanted to annoy her husband %vho had deserted her; showed him a bogus marriage certificate; told him to fttajr away; now •the i» in jail charged with bigamy and wondering whether it if* better to be punished for bigamy or forgery. Farm and Ranch: An official apologist for the Christian missionaries in China says: ''Who could blame them, after Hiifferiug ho much, if they took what they wanted?" How would it do to apply that question to the highwayman, or hor»e-thief, who "only taken what lie wants?" Oh, says .some, that was in China, and the people there are heathen*. So they are, but we are informed they are sending missionaries to thin country. San Pedro Time*: California ha* a law which makes it a felony to dock a horse's tail, and In order to evade the law a rich man at San Diego recently drove bin tine team down into Mexico, taking a doctor with him. and there the noble animals were docked. An ofticer in the...
POWER FROM COLORADO CANYON [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
POW ER FROM COLORADO CANYON Hacked by one of the l.inf •»» banking houses in Aturrica. n party of DmverunriNew York men have begun work on plan* for harnessing the mlghtirtt natural p»w.r in the world » 'he torrent of the Colorado river where it tear* through the 0 rat id Can* yon in northwestern Arizona. tCngllieers have long gaxed in wonderoii the matchle** op|xirtiu:ity to capture force sufficient to turn the wheel* of a thousand mill* and Operate railway* and power plant* innumerable. Now they are turning their thought* to more practical operation and setting their stake* for the actual work of controlling the force* of nature. Enormous as ftecnm the tank on first thought, the magnitude of the undertaking i* not realized until the gigantic plan i* outlined. First and foremost It Is the pur|&gt;o*c of the company to operate an electric railroad built into the cliff* of the Canyon, operating for fifteen miles from the end of the branch of the Santa l*e railroad, which carr...
School Trustees Appointed [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 13 July 1901
School Trustees Appointed Trustees for the various sch«&gt;ol districts of the county have been appointed. S. W. Fcrguuon, C. K. Kockwood and W. F. Holt were named as the trustees fur the Imperial district. South Carolina has raised another states' rii;ht question. It disputes the right of the United States to make it pay on its liquor dispensaries the usual upccial tax imposed on all wholesale and retail liquor dealers, on the ground that the law does not provide for the collection of internal revenue tax?* from states. Mohavc Comity Miner: The English |k.*uj)lc are becoming frightened over the magnitude of the American trusts, a.s they nee in them a menace to English commercial supremacy. The trust* are turely sooner or later to control every industry of importance in the world and the fact that almost every class of manufactures can be carried on in the United States cheaper than in any other country will make this country the manufacturing' center of the world. Of course...