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V.'lion Mr Il<iar«, [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

V.'lion Mr Il&amp;lt;iar«, "Your iiiD-l'iunl thvsse.s very q'lit'tly." •'Docu Im? Yon uucht In lioar him trhrh bccnb'i Jukl hi* collar liutton ( or his ilrcvo llukw U'como mlKlniU." Tho fortune trltcr i-« IntlUpcntoble nt ft Cnincse %ve«}«|tiisr. If ibe fortuuw nrb »!&amp;lt;&amp;gt;: HatUfoclorj tiih&amp;lt;r |&amp;gt;nity may break the eugaci'iui'bti A dotf i\ovn not l&amp;gt;ru&amp;gt;li his tooth or p!H; j th»in. but xv l* 11 1 Quv levtb n d'lg ha-.!— | AtcLisou lilohc.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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A WlnnSnc To nrh. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

A WlnnSnc To nrh. "DnrUngr The »tro:i:r. manly voice was low ami Intense n« the handsome face bent over the fj;ir. bowed head by tho Hrc. "Darling." be wont ou eagerly, "there are others hero observing us. 1 must nee you n moment alone." For nn Instant Ihe listener was qulot. : and not n curl stirred on the lofty brow. Then the blue eyes wore raised to the beseeching darl: ones, "Yes. what Is it';" was the low reply. ••I_v.eirA slight red flush mantled tho nock a:ul cheeks of the speaker, in striking \ contrast to the cool, calm dignity displayed in every movement of the half reclining figure In the big plusb chair. "Tho fact Is." be wont on. mustering up courage, tho first embarrassment giving place to a little more self confidence. **l have come to ask you something I never expected would pass my lips, especially after tho last sum I borrowed from you. Darling, will you lend mo SluV Jack Darling laid aside his paper. "Of con rso. old man." be cried heartily. "Let's first git a dri...

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Filipinos Mutin> rd Commit Murder [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

Filipinos Mutin&amp;gt; r d Commit Murder Manila.— A report 'reaches here, from uncfficlal sources that the Filipino crew of the steamship Belgika mutinied recently. They killed the captain and engineer and then abandoned the vessel, which was pickeri up by a gunboat and towed to Zamboanga. During the at'.mlniKtration cf General Otis the Helgika %vas seized and her ownors were heavily fine^l for illegal trading. Advices from I loll: stit: that eleven murderers groke out of a fortress there recently. The guards killo.l two of them, Lut the ethers crossed tho channel in a blinding storm and reached the Island of Guioarai.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

Humors Tljof take Mtieillon of t»i«» ttfxljr, nnt\ nr«« l/»rtlii of Mhrulo. Tliojr nre ittendod hy ptmp!tt« bollf, tiM itrhiiitf totter, tall rheum, and. other : cti&amp;lt; tnnroiiN cruptloii)i; hy ft-cllnKi Of wrnkno^^, Innuuor, munii d&amp;lt;Mllty niul wluit not. They causa more MinYrinif than anything l'l«e. llitiiiii. Btrenath. Peocn nn&amp;lt;l IMeatura requlra their ClpUllloti, nml tnh \n \Kiih tlvHy offcrtrt!, mrorillliK to thousamH of rr;i'&amp;lt; fnl te^tlllionlnlit, l&amp;gt;&amp;gt; Hood's Sarsaparilla Which radically nml permanently «irivi« them out ami bullda up tbo whole tyitcni. ; m THE" WORLD Ay // , WARST«;STBAPtrtA.W S—i» vM \ ITMO'JGM OrTEH lOJTATEC -- : :■-;..• ma SAME COAT cNisjj&amp;amp;si.': I [HAS HO EQUAL Sh;v?!.s: r«u w:.*.; 0; CA«Mt VTS AND MATS. (8 ffldfarvr.^ Thi« •lj,' r '*'»' i&amp;lt; &amp;gt; U 0:» Ctery hot o( the- yenuint Laxative lkomo«Qninine ™&amp;gt;»cv SUMMER Is best time to cure Catarrh Bronchitas an...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

CONSTIPATION "I hat* Ron* 14 &amp;lt;In»i •( a tlm&amp;lt;» wlihont ■ rt.Mtr m»MI t.f tUr, linnrtl, |K,l l,«-,i,rf ftbl* tO | »('»»• lh#ni mtrn.t \,f iitlnf h'»l »»t«r lu)*rtloo«, i Chr'Kilf rontlipaixii tut ««-rn, yi&amp;gt;ar« \ a"A m« la lt»i» lerril.ie r.,i,&amp;lt;itii.,(., ftutliiff tliftt tint* I «1M •»- rr » • 1.. IkII. . f •' t,t 1, -it 1&amp;lt; t . r fCHtfW) ft i« 1 f*&amp;gt;:'»&amp;gt;f *rjrh fllimf ra»#i until I Milan Bllflg (.'AMCAURTH. I i. • •» i. ■ &amp;gt; r frotn '.nn to thtrr i ■ &amp;lt;1«f » t&amp;gt;-1 If I «ni nrh I «&amp;gt;miii ifito l! '• "&amp;lt; tot *■*&amp;gt; '&amp;lt; rnot »m«uti II i»fc.-ii» !«.;.« r ' AMuttti. in vt. I &amp;gt;It n&amp;lt; .m , l&amp;gt;«iroii. illcb. L§f " CATHARTIC TNAOC »/*/»« WfOltTlUffO |'&amp;gt;s».iiil. I'.ti.-it.iliir. I'otrttt. Ts*l« Orr-A. F)o ii'fni. ,•.••!. f Mrkf.'ll, V.inUi.i.i l.i,|c Vx.VK.'JK. ... CURE CON3TIPATION. ... lUrlUf Utm*4t Itmptmt. V...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

COGSWELL Polyteehnie Gollege 1 wr-hfy-ftixth nnd roNf.m Btfl., Hnn Prfinrl«f o. I'nuriH* iif Htudy fo nt young tntti for l»o*!t|',n» n^ CAnfKNTKRfIi I'ATTKH.V MAia.Ki, ro ys flllYM r. *. mAtif i m 4 llftAOOtf rsMKV, ftUftVKYOfti AJfp HtKA%t r.sutxr.H to »ny Kra'lunt* 1 f»f th" pr.'irnm«T ichooli or enulyatenl course, A ONE-YEAR BUSINESS COURSE vVITfI STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWftITINO For your.tt "&amp;gt;"s« nnd women over ifi y-ars of njc". MUSIC COURSES- PIANO AND VOICE DOMESTIC SCIENCE COURSES With Infltructionfl In BEWINO. COOKERY, DREBSMAKINO, MILLINERY, HOME NURSING, INVALID COOKERY, ETC. NORMAL COURSES To prepare Htu«l'?ntB a* TEACHKRH &amp;lt;&amp;gt;X liOMKS'S If? Kf!IKNCR AND MANUAL TRAINING. NO TCITJON. *-xc«'pt a t&amp;lt;»! of Five DollaiM per half y«'.'ir to cover co3t of matcrialfl f;ml breakages. TERM OPENS JULY 20, 1901. Offl"&amp;lt;* now opr»n for application.*?. F&amp;lt;-n&amp;lt;l for Catalogue. HARTON CicriKSHANK. M. S., President. I WID...

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PURIFY THE WATER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

PURIFY THE WATER While it is a fact that the water for domestic use in this country is unusually pure, coming from the Colorado river, which pets its supply from the mountain snow an&amp;lt;l ice. However, the water very naturally contains more or less germs, and therefore no pains should Ik* spared to have it absolutely pure. A philter large enough for ordinary family use can be made at a cost of about 25 cents, a small amount of work added. Prof. \Y. H. Cook, «•! Buena Park. Calif., who was here this week, has been usini; one of these philters a number of years with most satisfactory results. He gives the following description of how it is manufactured: "With a gimlet bore the bottom of an empty nail keg fuil of holes, cover the bottom about a quarter of an inch with powdered charcoal, then a layer of clean white sand, and another of charcoal, etc.. until about three layers of each have been put in. making the top layer of sand. When the water passes through this sand and char...

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AT EASTSIDE CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

AT EASTSIDE CAMP Nil HIM! IONS -Ml BUNG MAM IOR 4 CROP General Manaorr Bothtell Merc This Week and Hrinos Interesting Reports ti. \V. Bothwcll, the general manager of the Sunset Commercial company, who have control of Kastside, was here Tucsulay. The Eaststdc camp has l&amp;gt;een removed! to where the Fifteen Mile camp was located, below Mesquttc lake, near the Salton river. The new camp is about midway Ik&amp;gt; tween here and Flowing Wells, and about one mile south of the stage line. It is very likely that the road will bo changed so as to run by the camp in a few days. While here Mr. Bothwcll gave us the following news items from his camp. C. M. IVrrv. survcjbr for the Sunset Commercial company, has finished the line of the main canal from the boundary line 15 miles north to the camp, this l&amp;gt;ciriK only about half the length of this canal. He has also run all the levels from the boundary line 15 miles north, and all the land for 2«» miles north. Mr. IVrrv went...

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CONCERNING IMPERIAL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

CONCERNING IMPERIAL The high water had no effect , upon the work of the Imperial | Canal Company and water is I flowing in the great ditch for more than twenty- live miles. The town of Imperial is already assuming urban airs. It now has [a telephone line to Plowing Wells on the Southern Pacific railroad, a church and a $5000 school building, and a number of other structures are to Ik? erected designed for business and residence uses. The above paragraph was sent in to the Los Angeles papers by a Yuma correspondent. In some respects it is misleading. Water is flowing through the canals to the center of the valley, a distance of* more than seventy miles. We have not yet the $50110 school building, but it is among the next structures to be erected. A Caufoknian by adoption rises up in his enthusiasm and asks: "What is the use of having a hades while Chicago is on the map?" The terrors of the western deserts are absolutely nil when ordinary precautions are taken in the way of water supp...

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PRESS NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

PRESS NOTES Alamcda ICiiciual: The City Council of Tarrytown, N. V., ha* jtassed an ordinance to the effect that "Any owner of a doj; found at large without being muzzled will be subjected to a $10 line." Well, we have seen owner* of dogs who otij»ht to \tc muzzled, as well a* Home people who were not dog owner*. Coast Advocate: Twenty-five dollar* a month on a farm. Kays a man vrhoi* poMetl, in letter than $50 a mouth in a city store. Am a general thing, at the cud of nine months the former has $150 cash, three pair* of overall* and a straw hat. while the latter ha* two suit* of clothe*, a pair of bicycle pant* and 51" in the hole. Yet there are seventy-five applications for the latter iob to one for the former. Mohavc County Miner: The colon- | izatioii of the land* along the Colorado river i* a proposition the fulfillment of which in earnestly desired by the |»eoplcof thi* country. There are thousand* of acre* of the richest land on earth along the river bank* that can be readily...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

I Kmkboff'Cuzmr | I Will &amp;amp; Lumber (&amp;amp;..... % -^S NNOUSALC t»o I I I|\ ft I"T|f— f &amp;gt; DOORS, SASH, £^ : niTAIL DEALERS IN L-UIVIUL.I 1 „, MILL WORK £^ YARDS AT 5E &amp;amp; ianmoro.whoiiuu Main Office Cor. Alameda^MacySts V LOS ANQtICH. MAIN o"'Cr (^ POMONA, MBAOINA, . Aki^Cl C O Om &amp;amp; 2f LAMANOA. *;US*. COVINA. LOS ANGELES, UAL. **?

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THE HAND THAT HOLDS THE PENCIL [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

THE HAND THAT HOLDS THE PENCIL We rrail of ml* Mi pottffl Thai «rr frli fur rltfhl Of trroßf, W&amp;gt; h*»r Mi em Urjtt btfort (MM nilrnU In iMiriu, |,r,.», ,1,1,1 »ui:|f. Ttirrr'n Ibf "hand thai iimlii llirrraitlf/' And llir "Imikl ih.it wrllra the ilun; "' There* (he "man btfoff lhr&amp;gt; juittlU ," And the "man Ik- hi ml ihi&amp;gt; tfun;" Tb*r«*i thr "\»,r thai mlnda ttia mother/ 1 And Mir "Jack (Mat Iskta thr pot}" While llir "lijiiil Hi.tt Hr«l!da thr lUpf*'" Sriii.Mu i,,iu to reach thr spot. strung and poteal sr« ihr force* TbSl atraii«t our li*r&amp;lt;* arr hurlrd; Hut ilir hand that h«td« thr |.&amp;lt;n. il I* thr hand that |irud« thr world. Pencil |»u»hrr of thr nation; In »ho*r hand thr Mr capon lira; I'ondrr wrll thr aim and object, Y.i r thr jMiintrd arrow l1le»; Praline tfrntlr with Ihr erring Still, driiiium uitf all thr wroni; ; K»«*rju»t In condrmnation&amp;lt; A kI in Virtue r\rr ■tronifi I.rt »..ur fthaft* »•«• keeoi jrel Whkllv. Never...

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LOCAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

LOCAL NOTES &amp;lt;». W. Both well was here fr&amp;lt;»m East* nide Tuesday. Leroy Holt in spending this week with his folk in Kedland*. F. C. Pauliu, agent at L&amp;lt;«s Angeles for the Im|K*rial Land company, was here latter part of last week. \V. I*. Holt, who attended the annual meeting of the Imperial Water company No. 1 at Los Angeles last week, returned to Imperial last Saturday. L. F. Hastings ot Visalia, \V. H. Cook of Huena Park and Omer KMyttersjM&amp;gt;rt of Los Alametos, were here latter part of last week with a view to locating. Wesley Pat ton, after upending m?vdays with his mother in Los Angeles, returned to Imperial latter part of last week, much improved in health. Mr. Pat ton states that he will at once put in a crop of sweet corn, potatoes and feed stuffs just east of town. Wesley Patton, who has been running one eight-horse and one four-horse freight teams between here and Flowing Wells for several mouths, has completed arrangements to reinfor...

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SAN DIEGO-EASTERN [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

SAN DIEGO-EASTERN Corticernlltg thr rnil road from San Dlcgotothe Colorado nvcr, the i.«»h Atitft-lc* Tirtifi h;iH much to uay, From an editorial in thai p.ip«*r Ytc lake the following extract*: Southern California in to have an* other railroad* It tuu%t not l&amp;gt;e infer* red that the track* have already been laid, or the rolling *tock purcha*ed, hut, according to a dinpatch front San Diego, a ma ••meeting of the citizen* ha* been held in the Chaml&amp;gt;er of Commerce there, and an Kxecutivc ComItlittec of seven leading citizen* ap(Miinted "to make Ntirvey*, ac&amp;lt;|tiir«* franchi«e» and righta of way, and to obtain *üb*criptiouH for the con*truction of a railroad from San Diego to the Colorado river, and ultimately to penetrate Southern Arizona." This, it i* true, i* not quite equivalent to the opening of the line to traffic, but it certainly marks a considerable and praiseworthy advance over the stage of editorial utterances in the Union and mysterious hints f...

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TWENTY-FOURTH STATE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

TWENTY-FOURTH STATE On August 10 Missouri will complete her eightieth year of statehood. There will be joyful' doings in Kansas City in honor of the anniversary. When Missouri was admitted in 1821, the state of main was a year old; Michigan, Wisconsin, and twenty more of the present states were not yet of the family; some of them were almost unknown wildernesses. The struggle in congress over the admission of Missouri shook the union. Missouri will have the congratulations and good wishes of all her sister states on her eightieth birthday. May she livelong and prosper. We rebuke the frivolous persons who make jokes about Pike county and call the Missourians "turtlebacks." They ought to learn better manners.

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ANSWERING THE QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

ANSWERING THE QUESTION The, Rev. John MeNeill was holding a revival service at Cardiff, Wales the other day. and announced that he would answer any question about the Dible. At once a note was sent up to him, reading as follows: "Dear Mr. McNcill, if you are seeking to help young men, kindly tell me " who wan Cains wife." That seemed a poser, and the audience waited with intense interest, tempered with amusement, to sec how*the K«hkl man would extricate himself. After a pause, he said: "I love young men especially young inquirers for light, and I would give this young man a word of advice. It is this: Don't lose your soul's salvation looking after other men* wive*." New York Tribune.

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Distances From Imperial to [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

Distances From Imperial to ; Flowing Wells.. 28 miles Blue Lake 8 miles Cameron Lake Camp 16 miles* Monument 22«&amp;gt; K&amp;gt;' 4 miles Salton River '.".' 20V miles West Mesa 27 * miles East* Mesa 2s~* miles Alomo Mocho 30*4 miles &amp;gt; Gardener's 36}{ miles 1 Seven Wells 43i 4 miles Salton Crossing 47, I 2I 2 miles Cook's Wells Sl}i miles Dos Alamos 59j^ miles I Haulou's 6S# miles

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