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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

| Holt Brothers | % Imperial, California, % % % % Dealers in . % | General | | Merchandise f / » ■!■ ii ■ mi.li r ■ . . — . ■ ,mm «... ■ ..— \ ifc See us when you want to buy anything ~S*~ 3? Before placing your next order ffi m p- 1 Coming tpis wav? m % Sinijj then you are interested g$ S £♦♦*♦! in knowing how to reach S 1 "" Imperial Settlement, I It New River Country 1 SR Take the 5. P. train fH H to Flowing We 115.... H >^ At this pViint you 'jjet first class accommodations at the McCAUL£fi| LEY HOUSE. C. W. McCaulley. the proprietor, runs a regular t}£S stage line from that place t«j Imperial, leaving Flowing Weells at £ft£ 5* 7:3<) a. in. on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, returning the follovr- myc ing days. £g IK S|>ecial teams and rigs are also kept in readiness for any other day, £m SK and will take you to any part of the country. rm £j5 The only direct route to the Carriso Creek oil Hi Ids west of Flowing £JS Wells. This stage line is equipp...

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FORTUNE'S PHASES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

FORTUNE'S PHASES THE UP SAND DOWNS IN THE UFE OF A CLERK A T»lr »»f MlftfOH«M« •«•' 1 «»»r« V»llh » All %>fy l»nrfc f«r m WniU. A clerk* life, ordinarily. I* a \er> humdrum me wMh but little variety to the daily routine. Hut Mr. rtw .1 Morton, of No. £0 V^per street, »Vrl Irmd Me . had An experience rc^ntlv which has made hi* life now a ver> hippy one In telling a reporter trhat he wrnt throuch. he wild: "I had been MifTcrlnj: with stomach trouble for •boot two yean. Kvery day about ten o'clock In the roornlnc and three o'clock In the afternoon I beran.o faint and f^lt ro bad that If I did not fit down I wruld fall TJvit iteration usually la^tM for about an hour, and when n^n cam? 1 had no apatite for lunch. •! mw Pr. William-*' Fink TIIU for Pale People »dTertl*ed In the dally p\ V?t* abrut a year *CO. and dcridM So \rx them 1 felt rrllef from the flr*t box and after 1 bad taken s\x boxes my dUcase ru c • ">• Ido not take them new bat aW-...

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COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES Fi^ira Shiw Tr. n • Pj I ie Tr. dc Apparently Dccrrasin^ N«?w Vcrk — -A special to th« Tribune from Washlngtcn nay»: The Pacific ocean Is tho only part of the statistical map of the world which prtftcnts an unfavorabl> apjf. x arance la the study of American commerce In the fiscal year Just closed. Kor all other part* cf the w^rld the figure* of American experts show large Increase. Experts to South America have Incrca*<M $<s.<>oo.eiX> to Africa. $5,000.000: to North Atucrlca, $10,000,000. and to Europe. $100,000,000 tlurlnff the eleven months endlnc with May. 1901, as compared with the correspond in c months of the precetllni; fiscal year: while to Asia and Occanlca there Is an apparent r^dutlon of ovor $20,000,000. But this appearance of a reduction In American trade with Asia and Oceaniea Is m:rv apparent than real. If th<* exact figures of the* experts to th<» Pa...

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VLAKFONTEIN A WATERLOO [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

VLAKFONTEIN A WATERLOO It i$ Rumored that S r Bndon Ebcd miy s»j(ccfd Ktc^nr Londcn.— Tb* Makfonteln Incident has already fpelt Waterloo f>r the govAn apT-arenily unimportant incident, the c*aforsbip of ccc of the newspaper «Jl>patcbfs has bad the ef. feit of crvsulizing all the widely dlfcerts of public dlsMUsfaciicn cosrernins \he conduct of tb--war in S;uth Africa. This dissa'jfifac. ti-n has long been sp^at u f and novr findß free rent strangely cnougU. through tb? columns of the cp^«lti-a news^pcrs, tut in the government Jt Fo° a |noatbs past the public belief in. and admiration for. Lord Kitchener has bef'n waning, and by iwae be is openly and severely criticised. A rumor wbkh cannot be substantiated Is current that he «ill shortly be succeded in the command of the British forcel in South Africa by Gen. Sir Blndon I'.lood. wh: has b<-en operating in th« Eastern Tranevaal. Should this change occur it weald prcbably be due to the dinV-*ares of op...

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IN THE OIL FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

IN THE OIL FIELDS Citizens of Gilry. Sznta Clara county, recently subscribed $.000 to complete tho ncceis3ry sura fcr the c;:!r:y Oil Con:p?.ny to drill a well. Fcrtla an! Callttota Oil Companies have each just taken a ris into San ftenito county to be?ln firllllng on ~ respective oil land. Newball. toutheact about four miles from the White Oil dstritt. in PlacerIta rafion. orer th? divide— in Arasjtra cafion--Ge;rg«» Stewart this we«*k •:..:. drilling a new well. As there are plumbago and Koapstone and a strong gas smell In the Hsaur?. Mr. Stewart thinks he can. by going down COO 11 700 feet, gft a flow cf oil. A half-mile north cf thla. In tho field lower down the canon. Mr. Stewart lately. In going down 1100 feet got a crooked well and abandoned it. It was a well of th«» iola Oil Company on ! sfr. Stewart's oil claim on section 12. The demand for the Beaumont fuel oil is net only Increasing, but the orders are being received from a much wider territory than a f:w weeks ai?o. In f...

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At* ln«|»Mr<l«l Wmiinn. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

At* ln«|»Mr&amp;lt;l«l Wmiinn. *^Th\* Ip the grnvf of the moM Impflrf Inl WO In ft a mi na&amp;gt;hl." *aU\ the guldo In i'nv* 1111 l wtnetery t«i n |«»rty who vhitini the ticnutlful eftnetery the btb&amp;lt; rr ilay. "A^ny ottt ttuit mhhhhl knoli there' h n lot containing only two prn»iM». nml the tietnlntoue of each I* mnrkiil Tntlier.' "TUo wo tun ti « bi» H InirliMl hero wm r..i:i -I twice, nntl Ibe two grave* lv tbnt lot are tin- ffrnves of her two hu»bands. She trlr«! liyr best to treat her second uuntttintl n* -' •• did the Ilmt, nti ! even wtuui he »lUhl nhe ba«l no l«lra of ••:..•&amp;gt;•.:■.; any prrferrnov. Ittit nhe wn«i fklck when Ibc funeral nervloe of her second husband wm held. Hhe til-riH-fiii titnt the (tartucr of her Bccontl niatrlmontal vcuturv bo laid by the Hide of the llr^i. bill Hint enough uprue be left to bury her between the two. "My some licol* or crtM&amp;gt;k n mistake wai* ninth 1 , nml when she visited the cemetery Mj«* found that...

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Tr.-i i. •In i#»r«' *>{ ttmtilliic niocka. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

Tr.-i i. •In i#»r«' *&amp;gt;{ ttmtilliic niocka. Some nimiHin^ Instances of translators' misunderstandings arc mentioned by the London Dally News. An Italian pnpvr not long n«o turned Mr. Itudyard t\ \ pi iris's "Absent tulndeil Ileggar" Into a "Dlstrnctetl Mendicant." A footnote to the same version explained "sou of a I~'tmt»vth publican" na a reference to Mr. Krugcr! The translator who ex plains Is often lost. Another Italian editor who translated a^ passage frotsi an Knsllsu paper about a man who l:nd kllletl his wife with a joki-r nttdeil n:i Ingenuous footnote to sty. "Wr do not know with certainty \v!;««:ticr t ttlM tl»sn^ 'iK&amp;gt;ktro' be a domestic or surgical Instrument. " In the I'rvucli version of one of Scott's novels a WeUli rabbit has to be dealt wit!». Tbe translator, never bavins; met with !'.:::t article of food, uaturallj tur.ted tf h:to M uu lapln do Cnllnt." L'nforfnnately he bail sooio dou! t wUrtl tr h!s country men wonld undcr&amp;gt;t::titl th...

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r:»c V.?::ir riirtrU. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

r:»c V.?::ir riirtrU. Tho shr.r!: cf f!:«r!;s. the rral "man enter" and t! .• ccc most dreaded. Is the white jihsrlc. This variety reaches a length of L-"&amp;gt; feet and a weight of 2.000 pbtintU. Its head Is lons ami flat, and the K:;o»it fnr ovrrhangs the mouth. It.s sis rows of teetb nn«sl»;trp ns lancets r.i.t\ notchcil lila» «nw«. H» mouth Ih very Uirr;.-. sr» that one han been known to * "t n inan'H l»o&amp;lt;ly completely in two at a ffinglG snap of its cruel Jaws ami another to swallow one at a gulp. NcVr Calcutta one of tlieiic Rhnrks wax seen to swallow n bulloek'ii head, horns ar.«l nil. From the stonincli r.t another n bull's hide wn« tuLtri entire, nntl the pallor who made the discovery Insisted that tho bull hail Uecn Kwallowcd wholo and nil excel*' the hide ha»l been tilpitied, t'roni the Ktomnch of another wan taken n lady's workljox, filled with t!«v uxunl contents. KclKSors nnd nil. It Is commouly the white *hark which follqwa the vessel nt sea &amp;...

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Gotna br Contrnrlra. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

Gotna br Contrnrlra. "When a lady says 'No, 1 she means *Yes/ " observed the philosopher of the boarding house, "and tvben bcr papa throws you down the front steps ami sircars at you until you have disap~ geared In tbo ploom there merns to be •omcthlns rontrnry about blm too."— Baltimore A nu-rh an.

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A rtrnl >rrd. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

A rtrnl &amp;gt;rrd. "Why. oh. why." walled tin* nouifln. picking cp «he vratch at lirr frei nnd holding It to lu*r ear, "doesn't notnol&amp;lt;o&amp;lt;ly Invent n cratch that you ran drop tvltbcul It* mopping?"— NVw VorU Hun. The Intestines nre full of dl«rn»&amp;lt;» H'Tin** that !&amp;gt;«■« oino nctlvo nnd dnnijrr- . )•• in ronatlpatlon, tMscofeu km »n i «\i«i them, t'rtißßi»tii, \o*\ 25c, &amp;amp;o»*. WitT Out In Chlrngo I undrrntnnd th«y don't ihfOW t&amp;gt;ld nhoeii after a bride. Wngg: Certainly not. 9upj&amp;gt;o»o one of them should hit her!..PhllaiJelphln Record, 1 am sure I'lso'i Cure for Consuls p; tlon saved my life three yearn ngo.— Mrs. THOa HOBUINS. Maplo Btreot, Norwich, N. V., Feb. 17. IDOU.

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ro rriti: loi.n in mm: hay [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

ro rriti: \ loi.n in mm: hay Take I*\.' n - If. &amp;lt;i .1 I- " Tutlrt* A I ■ •-•.*■■■ trfun! • ' - •■ f■ &amp;gt; If It '.i ■&amp;gt; • • rur*. t£. \V. liruvr't ■tgnatur» I* on *ach b«.t. :"/C. lie; Do you suppose wo will ever have enough to get married on? She: Surely. Why, Jack, wo don't n cd a million!

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ilnin'« Vii..i|MHllln l'tll*. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

\ilnin'« Vii..i|MHllln l'tll*. act K»ntl&amp;gt; an I promptly ••» the liv«*r. (.:!•.. \- stomach un&amp;lt;l bowels. Thvy cure nifk headaches, constipation, blllousneiui, stomach disorder*, nulluw (■•&amp;gt;rn|'l« \toii and art* the Only pllU that w tti ul-&amp;lt;» purify and enrich the »•'-••■'. Sold iti lOct. nnd 25c1. l»»x &amp;gt;.'* by till drugtflttts. Every box guaranteed. Klrat Roaster: Young Cluckntuck l»» a llbely young rooster! Second Hoosler: Yes; he U a chip of the old inrubatorr — Hrcoklyn Eagle.

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A t'h»i»r» fur our Vounjr I'roj.lr. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

A t'h»i»r» fur our Vounjr I'roj.lr. Under U»«» rnnnagement «»f ti.«* new president, Itorton t'ruik«hut»k. M. S.. ihe Cogjiwell Polytechnic College of Sum PrantiiKro, with it* magnificent equipment nnd »urK» % endowment, i« offering courncs, tuition free, that are not to b&amp;lt;* obtained elaewhcn?. We call the attention of our renders to the music courses (»r piano Instruction and for voice culture, to the shop courses, art coun •*. courses for surveyors^ steam engineers, etc., nil fr*** 1 . except f&amp;gt;r a ft- of five dollars i« i r term of twenty weeks t«» pay f»»r materials used. "Is Sydney Splugn putting on any alr« slim* he carae Into hi* fortune?" "Alr«? I think «o ho; he* ha«l three surgical operations."— Chicago RecordHerald.

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Hoitt's School [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

Hoitt's School At Menlo I'nrk. San Matoo County. Cal.. with Us beautiful surroundings; perfect climate, careful supervision, thorough Instruction, complete, laboratories and gymnasium, easily maintains lt« position In the front ranks of schools for boys on tne Pacific Coast. Ira G. Holtt, Ph. D.. Principal. Miss Hih^rm^nhorn: This novel ih absolutely devoid of plot! Mr. Styvcsant: Well, then It should dramatize into a splendid farce comedy. — Brooklyn KaKle.

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Stopt thn Cough Hiiit Wurk* off thn Cold. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

Stopt thn Cough Hiiit Wurk* off thn Cold. lin 1 •.' Ilromo-Qu'.nl.-.e Tatlfft* cure a col&amp;lt;J In one day. No cur*.. No t*r. I'rJce 21 c&amp;lt;M*v ••Mr." "Well. Dickie-—" "If you don't treat me kinder I'm gcin' f get married t' somebody—an go way off where y' won't see me any more."— Chicago Record; Herald.

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BOSTON'S BARBER REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

BOSTON'S BARBER REGULATIONS Board of Health Orders Sterilisation of All that Barbers Use en Customers. A special dispatch from Boston. May f*. lUOO. to tho New York Sun gives aa new roßtilntlcnH of the Boston Hoard of Health na to barber shop*: "Mugs, shaving brushes and razors shall b : sterilized after each scparato use there: f. A Heparate, clean towel shall bo used for each person. Material tc Htop tnc How of blood shnll oo use I only in powdered form, and oj pile! on n towel, Powder pufTn are prohibited.' 1 Wherever Kbwbro's "Herplcide" Ih uw I for face or nealp after shaving or null cutting, there U nj danger an it h antiseptic, and killH the dandruff jv mi Mothers will find Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup tho boat remedy to use for t)« Ir children during the teething period.

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rot? K!f«)tr miAT rot; auk takino [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

rot? K!f«)tr miAT rot; auk takino Whtn you Uk« drove's Ta«t*|r«a Chltl T&amp;lt; nlo i.«*i.. iht formula !■ plainly prlnlcnl on «v#ry • •.Hi*- ■ howlnjr that II l* ilmply Iron anil Qul&amp;lt; i.m« In « Uitclttt form. No cur«. No pay. We.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

riTQ iVrn \i . t.l!r &amp;lt;'ifl fin f.Urr •.. r »..m«;k •« • 110 !if.. r !.:•!■( ;»■•'.•■• flt I. :n..-- .«.f.i.t N. ri« 11..1, M. Vi.ll t l #l»i:mz.()U»rUlt-tt|. »i. Sir. »ll.« I&amp;gt;*.IUI Ki:&amp;lt;«..l.M..w;iAr&amp;lt;».M..rh»UMi!.i*.r*.

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NOTED OUTLAW ESCAPES [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 20 July 1901

NOTED OUTLAW ESCAPES Rubber and Murderer, Believed to be in Pursuit of a Man He had Vowed (o Kill Austin, Tex.— The federal authorities of thiH dlntrlft nre much aroused over tht» escape from the Jail at Drownwobdj Texas, (&amp;gt;t BUI Taylor, tho notorious train robber and murderer. Taylor has a long record of crime and was In Jail awaiting trial for holding up and robbing v pauengei train on the (Julf, Colorado &amp;amp; Santa IV? railway near Coleman, Texas, two yearn ago. Taylor aud Other mcmebri Of 1»Ih band were captured by State rangera after a desperate chase of several hundred mil's, but shortly after arrest he broke Jail and was at liberty for several months. Ho was captured a second time, and on tho trial of one of hi» accomplices the latter turned State's evidence and rAnti'il the blamo for tile roTibery on lay lor. The accomplice was given his liberty In return for his testimonyTaylor vowed vengeance and a short time thereafter he again escaped from Jail. He go...

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