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Ttir ltr«t rrrarrtptluti or Mulurl*. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

Ttir ltr«t rrrarrtptluti or Mulurl*. • >.:: " atxl {^\t'T If a »•• !■!<* of ()p'v<-'i taite* In* i'MII Tor,\~. It !■ «lmp!y Iron »n«1 qulnln* In « tAtttlt-t* farm. No curr-no »>•>". Trie* COc. "A woman was arrented In New York for xlMlng on the KrnK»." "1 didn't »uj»j»(ih" the New York jk»11<<? farmed out the Kni*» privileges, too."— Cleveland I'luln Dealer.

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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A Ctiunr* fur Our Vuitnjr l*eop!0. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

A Ctiunr* fur Our Vuitnjr l*eop!0. Under tho management of the new president; Barton CruikNhnnk. M. 8., the CoKuwell I'olytrcbnlc College of San Franclnco, with ItH mngnincent eciuipmcnt nnd large endowment, is offering courses, tuition free, that are not to be obtained elsewhere. We call the attention of our readers to the music touriH-H for piano Instruction and for voice culture, to the shop courM-s. art courn'-i«, courneH for »urveyor«. Ktearn enfftneert, etc.. nil free, except for a f-«. «.f Jive doCnrM per term of twenty \v*M-k« to I'.iy for materinlM used. Mr. Uacon; i wonder if animate have dyspepsia? Mr»«. Ii&con: Well, I've known 'em to be great kicker*.— Yonkers Statesman.

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Sioo REWARD $ioo [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

Sioo REWARD $ioo The readers cf this paper will be pl<-.-\K*>d tt> learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure I.h the only positive cure known to th** medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucoU3 surfaces of th° system, thereby de. stroking the foundation cf the disease, nnd giving the patient strength by building tip the constitution and as. listing nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers, that they ofW one hundred dollars for any ease that It fails to euro. Send for list of testimonials. Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. To. ledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggist. 7"» cents. Hall's Family Pills are the bc«t.

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I'oar l»*-nr« mi fi Mioi. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

I'oar l»*-nr« mi fi Mioi. A niMiil < r «<f yva.n au<> .Mr. Wllhre nnn prrsciili «l wiili i\. < Cue li.*>undx, and. trlftb'tJiC I » »;> tl»»»r trn'.'.i'.ux n;»d Ibulf fr;;t, he t .A. M;« !,i duf to *! » n It- j tlfl.iui hr.:i::: .^. The iir»»t liioniJas v. # :ti.« .• lit Uic Aogn out for a run y*b\l*f \w v/an g^ttiiu' t lit* | brcfllifflst, t.';|»ict{i;g ilictii to Lo Lacti j It* v fl;oj| t!i..«'. V. !;i-ti Lrtflkfflsl wn> ov«r. »!.•• do?< 1. *i. I i J returned, no* lakllig !.;♦ j.,.!'. ?:*.% Wltlii'i' f.t::t t* «l bill | in Mil- r.'.n it;<"ii »:..y 1.ri.l t.il;cji. After trnviT:. : i.ltout n tiiilt* tljt* fnlnt bark* Ibjfcf «ti»!* iouM !«• ItJiril. and It \vn»i Ihcti i<!.»'.:: \. 1 y :!.»• «!■{;♦ I. nil not rv tunicd. Tiny l.r.d > ll Rhine nnd were l:i p.:.:-..!*. "»'...' ncvitiil of tin* li.':rl;!ii;: ltd !:!!:i ffl? t ;» I !ip *!<'..• of n ...

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An I'nplrnannt WnlU. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

An I'nplrnannt WnlU. "Tiic right of burial," says Tt<? East Ixindon Church Chronicle, "in the churchyard of n parish in the north of London Is being keenly disputed by the rector of the parish. Addressing his congregation on the subject the other Sunday, he wound up with the following: 'In line, if you submit to this outrageous Imposition, then in a few yea is, irucn our call to re>t fhnll come, we shall have to walk over five raileu to fin«l graves for O'.irju'ivcs.* **This. if vc rrnH-niber rightly. w,i> t!:e distance St. Di-ni*. \v!k» carriml hi* head under his nrni. walked on Uia wny tc T»nri«."

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s*tv Fireproof Shatter. [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

s*tv Fireproof Shatter. A uew shatter has been invented to prevent fire getting either in or out cf a \vi:ul<r.v. It Is of sheet metal, which is Impervious to fire and yet Is much lighter than the crdir.ary wooden Bhattcr. T!.c» slats nre uiadc concave In fenn. but otherwise closely resemble tl.e slat." usually euiployc-d in wooden structure*. A !::r.n « f fey v.«:r'!s ntxi aj'an.v iU'i**!^ l:< lY.:o ;*. f;:ri!r:i • '. n:n;:.r \ «•;„»' tub U» ,■ - i •-. v • •• •' v

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

Impaired Digestion M«jr not Ik« nil thnt \n rnrant bjr (fjrfprpt/d IiOW, hut It will I.- If ii< rl< ■ i« >\. Tl»o unraAlrifM nftrr <atln«, flt^ of nrrir* «»ti» bradarlio, noiirnmii of thf ntoiuath, nu<\ dliafffceftblfl belchlnj may not !•«• wry ba«l now, hut they will he If tho fttornath In ■uflrriii to grow weaker* !>yn|M'|.*ln In muti a ruhrrahlc <!!•<!'<• titat the tendency to it nhouid »>•• Blvcn early attention. Thii in completely ofcr* cone i»y Hood's Sarsaparllla which it rcngthcnitnewbolodlgcs tiro tyitcn WATERPROOF eIOTHINfi IN THE. WORLD <?T!b*t\%. TAKHOSBJTITUTSJ ' 2iV^^^*i/ ONSALBEVMn ( .:iMC S^KfiS^jE? ss CATALOGUE mt f>^V~~7^/^ MIOWING'fULL UNtCP V v SKI CARM£NTS AND MAT.I A JTOVyCgCO.,6OSTON.M/>>3. *% L.A.N U. No. :;»» T4^ Juris wMiTtniir ubEfVits !rTa |Yj 'n t'.rn* "■•< l u> tir " <l...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

SCHOOL CLOSED The Teacher Injured in a Runaway Accident and Reported To Have Gone Insane In October. IS9G, one Monday morning, tho Rushford school did not open and It was reported that the teacher had gone Insane. The physician in attendance pronounced tho trouble nervous prostration, and said that school work was mentally and physically Impossible. The teacher, who is now Mrs. L. A. Ciullickson, of Ru.-h-ford, Minn.. In a recent Interview published In the Star of that place, gives the true story of the event. "To begin at the beginning," she said, "when I was about seven years cf age a sudden fright brought on a dreadful condition of nervousness. When. In ISDfi, I wj^s injured In a runaway accident, this, combined with my former trouble, made me so ill that I was unable to op^n school the fallowing Monday." "Was It true that you were reported t? be insane?" asked the Interviewer. "Yes. and the members of my family thought that I was becoming so. Wcrds do not express the agony I Ind...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

IJczctna set! Uie »k{u on fire. The acid noisons i:i T^ll /I \V7B tlic tloo'l nre forced out throng the pores of the »kin, yl tV\ jW\ caunln^ Intense rcdncfts, Imrnlnff and itching. So terrible 72?/ cJL' fUI Ii the itching nt time*, cspccinlijr ivhcn the tyyly is over- fr\\ M \v heated, t!i;.t the nli:»ott dUtractcl sufferer feels tltat he JwVw^K*-vV could tear tho skin to pieces, and that he must scratch or 1 ! fjo crazy. He kiKnvs from experience that this only (| * < yj^-M./>^j>^ makes innttm worse, but, tunde dcsj>crate by the terrible burning nnd itching, he to for the time bcintf indifferent to after cflccti. Thcra ore several forms of Kczetnn, the tnoi&t, or weening kind, that comes in little pustulea which dUchargO a watery, sticky fluid, which dries nnd peels off in bran-like scales. So profiuc 19 the discharge nt times that lnr^c scab* or CfUStl form, which nre lx/th jwinful and troublesome, and not easily removed. Re...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

Thk Pourth of July number of the Ladies' Home Journal reached us a little late. but the splendid quality of its contents make up lor that. It is always good, but once in so often the Curtis Company gets out a number that is a gem, and this happens to be one oi tha*. stripe. The Journal is easily the first when it comes to family papers. It is well worth its room in any home library. Wk are in receipt of the July number of Western Investments, from Los Angeles. This number contains thirty-two «»z** pages between a colored cover, every page of which i> full oi well written articles and useful information pertaining to the Southwest Its leader in this number is a I well written sketch of the life of] Robert Moran. the ship-builder of Seattle. Last week the Citrograph started on its fifteenth year. This paper has labored fourteen rears! for the furtherance of the city of Redlands, and has seen built — in fact been one of the strung holds? in building — on a waste as desolate ...

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INLAND PRINTER [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

INLAND PRINTER IT WOULD fcwm that the "Inland j Printer" had long nincc reached the topmoot round to perfection a* the ; "leading jounal of printing; and allied Industrie* of the world;" however, the j remarkable genius of the men who' publUh this* magazine make it po*t»ible J to improve each number. The "Inland" for July i» a Pan-American number, and a perusal of iv page* t» indeed next to a vi&it to the exposition. The ma»ter-piece of thi* number i% a well written article on "The I'nclean Printer," by I^eon Noel, and i» com* inclinable to every printer- dirty or clean. The "Inland" ik a iiccej»»ary factof to any up'to-the*time» print* »hop. The death of Pierre Lorri.lanl, the tobacco king, will cut up another big fortune — something like $25,000,000.

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Random Notes [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

Random Notes AMERICAN storekeeper* spend money to invite |teople to visit their stores and examine their stock, regardless of an intention to buy. hut the London storekeepers wish no visitors who are not purchasers, one of them ha .ing gone so far as to put up a placard, reading: '•Americans will please take notice that this place is not a museum." This store isn't likely to get much American patronage. If Madam Fashion persists in decorating the heads of our clear women with plumage, why not adapt tail- feathers of the goose or rooster? This would cause no suffering nor sacrifice of bird-life, and would be admired just as much — as soon as it became the fashion. • ♦ The Universal Peace Union pulletjjpff its thirty-tilth annual meeting in Buffalo, with the usual pleasing predictions of the gixnl time coming, but there is not one of the big nations that is not spending more than over before in preparation for war. King Eddy and Emncror Billy are booked for an exchange «»f visits next...

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WESTERN GRAPHIC [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

WESTERN GRAPHIC AWORI) of praise is always in order for Western Graphic, by Geo. Rice \- Sons of Los Angeles. As an illustrated family weekly it is not only easily the first among all Southwestern publications, but is indeed well up to the highest standard throughout the world. Things are never «lone by halves in the printing establishment of Gco. Rice it Sons, and the mere fact that they did the work carries with it a guarantee of perfection. Last week's number of Western Graphic was accompanied by a panorama supplement of Broadway, from Second to Third street. The picture is printed on a sheet six feet, four and a half inches, being the longest copper-plate production ever Attempted in the world. No better vicwof the west sideof Broadway can be had by the person standing directly in front of the buildings than that conveyed to one by this picture. To one who cares for a thing of beauty, it is worth the price of the journal 52 weeks. Another special feature of this same number is a...

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Spirit of tbt Press [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

Spirit of tbt Press 14/K1.1.. well, well, here* another dis- " covcrcr who ha* discovered the Colorado desert. In big black ty|x\ top of column, tir»t jmk'«\ next to pure reading matter, the heretofore ignorant public i* i. .11l that one l>r. Stephen Bower*, exjKrrt of the State Mining Bureau, hat l»ccn out on the desert and has discovered "coral reef* ami other evidence* of marine life." Thin won* tlerful "discovery" is of course known to everyone with the slightest knowledge of that region, ami hat been no known thi* pant forty or fifty year*. There in absolutely nothing new about it. but it i«* to br Mip|>oftc<! that thin "discovery" enables the venerable doctor to draw down a good fat salary. Funny chaps, these discoverer* are, who with great tooting of horns make ••discoveries*' that have Inren known for half a century and jxrhap* more. Alaiiicda Kucina). The advantage of mixing advertising notices with j>cr*oual items i* strikingly i...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

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GREAT INCREASE IN TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

GREAT INCREASE IN TRADE Exports of frical Year Make a Great Record Closer RJatiom Promised by New Water Line* — > Another Obt'acle to Experts to Germany Washington. — Ex? orts (turn the United Ktuti's to all American countries and the Islands south of her boundaries, show n marked Increase In the fiscal year Just ended. They exceed those of any other year In the history of American commerce. This statement. Just made by the Treasury Hur.au of Statistics In especially Interesting In view of various efforts being made for closer business, commercial and transportation relations between the United States and Its neighbors to the south. New lines of steamers recently have been put on between the Pacific Count of the United States and the western coast of Mexico and Central and South America. A recently-published statement Indicates thut the great financial Interests of the United Slues has obtained control of the nearly-completed transcontinental line connecting Argentina wit...

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LYNCHING AND FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

LYNCHING AND FIGHT Preacher Phillips a Mob's Victim— White Men Held up by Negroes Cleveland.— This morning nt l:C0 o'clock (i bnnd of armed negroes, one of whom wns known, rode Into Cleveland, and stopping n party Of three white men on the street, made threatenlng demonstrations, Helng called upon to give their names they answered by bringing their rifles Into play. One of the negroes was killed on the spot, another was wounded, niul It l» reported hi* body was found on the outskirts of town, and tho others escaped, although It in supposed that more than three were hurt. They were armed with Winchester rifles, and were well armed with Winchester rifles and wore well mounted. EXCUtfntftl won nt fever heat during the remainder of the night. Hquad/i of armed men patrolled the streets until daylight. The trouble grew out Of the lynching of Jeime i'hllllp*. tin? colored pn-a* h'-r, In the earlier part of the night. The negroes In this section are organized nto "lodge*." "««'crot orders" ...

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British Reply to America [Newspaper Article] — Imperial Valley Press — 27 July 1901

British Reply to America Washington. — In response to the representations to the State Department, the British government has declined to release any of the Americans who were captured while serving In the Boer army. The only exceptions will be In the case of prisoners whose health \h such as to make their confinement dangerous.

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