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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

Phillip*’ Orofory I Carries tt Pull Line of Fruits and Vegetables Coal, Grain and Wood ffboiM £asf 1104 309 Mew York St Now York Meat Market MICHAEL SCHNI’RR , '' " Proprietor Meats Fish - Poultry ■_l Sunset East 1104 • 309 New York St '

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

Highland Park Poultry Ranch , Mrs. A. T. Cray S Son, Proprietors Thoroughbred Blue Andalusians White Pekin Ducks Barred and White Plymouth Rocks Eggs incubated and baby chicks for sale. North Ave 66 Near Sherman Ave Telephone Knet 951 r Highland Park P. O.

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

Miss Olive Tun Ison 6146 Piedmont Ave Teacher of Piano and Voice Accompanying a Specialty -**•. ■ .. Having studied under competent teachers in the East, and now studying* at the “Conservatory of Music, Los Angeles, would like a limited number of pupils. Call Home Phone 39310 Dr* Roy L. Spencer, Dentist. Hours—-9:30 to 12; 1 to' 5. Evenings and sjundays by appointment. Phones —Home 39155. East 290. Corner Ave. 58 and Pasadeim avenue, Highland Park. Chas. I. Sweet Lawyer, 364 Pacific Electric building, corner 6th and Main streets. Phones, Sunset 6054, Home 2513. 5809 Pasadena ave. Express Leave orders, for expressing at the Star Real Estate Office, 5809 Pasadena avenue. C. O. Brees, Phone, East 1386. City phones, Main 1862, Home 1378. Residence East 2196 .. • . ' . - J. 0. Hawley, Pension' attorney, notary- public. 6113 Piedmont' avenue, Highland Park. H oiiie phone 39-63. Suttle Brothers, Contractors. All kinds of team warfejr- Residence, = 6310- Eagle Rock avenue. Phone, flast 574....

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

* m m r * m m * V Oul Excursion & To Eastern Dittos. The usual low round trip rates to the east will be available this season from California ' ‘ and Nevada stations "of the , Salt Lake Route on account of various 'conventions as lows; New Haven, Ct. Knights of Columbus—Sell May 24, 25, 26-Return limit . August 31. Rates will be Mr. nounced later. ~ . : ~ Denver, Colo. B. P. O. Elks—Sell July 18, 19.—Return limit Sept. Rate $55,00. Minneapolis, Minn. h. A. R. —Sell August % and 0. —Return limit Oct. Bate 870. CO. ~ Milwaukee, Wls. Order of Eagles—Sell Aug. ' 7, 8, 9.—Return limit Oct. 31. * Rate 874.-50. Also sell July 2 and 3—Return limit 90 days—Sell Aug. 7, 8. 9 and Sept. 8. 9, and M).—Return limit Oct. 31. Chicago, 111. 17, 30. 3L 872.50—5t. Louis, Missouri. 867.50. .. St. Paul, Minn. - N870.00 —Minneapolis, Minn.. ' 870.00. ~ Kansas City, Mo. 860.00. —Omaha, Neb., $60.00. Council Bluffs,, la. 860.00—St. Joseph, 860.00. Mo., Tickets will be sold going via Salt , Lake...

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Wot Eligible. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

Wot Eligible. America bas the credit of being the land of. boundless opportunity, but one of the early Chicago lawyers dlscovered, even In this country of glorious freedom, a barrier to his career. The story Is vouched for In an old pamphlet on the Illinois bar. • Edward D. Baker was a young man of some parts and of Intense ambition. Walking one day in the woods, a brother lawyer discovered Baker sitting on a fallen tree, weeping bitterly. ( On being pressed to tell the cause of I his grief, be replied: “I have been reading the Constltu- , tlou of the United States, and find a provision in It that none but nativeborn citizens can become. President. I | am of English birth, and so I am not eligible!” Notwithstanding this disability Baker | had a brilliant military and political career, and served his adopted country well. He was a member of the Illinois Legislature, and was elected to Congress from that State both before | and after the Mexican War. In .which he served. Later he remo...

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– Afonins; for ill* rmponienesi. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

- Afonins; for ill* rmponienesi. The man at the desk was writing a letter. “Won’t you quit looking over my shoulder and take a chair?” he said, turning around and smiling at the caller. “Pardon my lack of manners 'in not asking you to do it sooner.”

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Warn* mt r»ugi. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

Warn* mt r»ugi. Tbs lawyer* w*wi, discussing the »*rlt* and demerit* of a well-known member of the New Orleans bar who had been gathered to bla father*, ami one of the party, say* the New Orleans Tlmes-Democrnt, recalled the time tyhen be studied In the old man’s office. We had a copying clerk wbose Inefficiency continually worked the judge up to the point of explosion. One day a wire basket fell off the top of bis desk and scratched his cheek. Not having any court-plaster, be slapped on three postage stamps and went on with his work. A little later he had some papers to take to the United States court, and, forgetting all about the stamps, be put on his hat and went out. As he entered the office, the judge raised bis head and fixed him with an astonished stare. The clerk stopped and looked frightened, and finally said: “Anything —er—wrong, sir?” .“Yes, sir!",thundered the old gentleman. “You are carrying too much postage for second-class matter.”

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war Mexican* Tall m Urlnicoea. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

war Mexican* Tall m Urlnicoea. People often wonder and ask why the Mexican' calls, the American a “Gringo," or what the word means. That can be explained much easier than why the' Amerlcan calls the Mexican a “Greaser.*" When the Amerlcans went to war with Mexidb, a melody, every verse of which ended with “Green grow the rashes, oh.” was very popular. It pleased almost everybody’s fancy, and was sung by old and young. While In camp the soldiers would sing It constantly, and all the Mexicans could bear was “Green grow the rashes, oh.” They Immediately began to call the American soldiers by the first two words, as It sounded to them, “gringoes.” They made It Into one word, by which they will ever know the American—"Gringo.”

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Mr*. Mlttl* Huffakar [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

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T»« Tkn* >m>n «f mm [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

T»« Tkn* >m>n «f mm There are supposed to be three speclea of moose: XJjp European mooee or elk, found In northern Europe and 'adjoining parte of Asia; the common moose of eastern America, distinguished chiefly from Its European congener by the skull being narrowed across the. maxlllaries, also by Its -greater size and darker color; and tbe Alaskan moose, separated by Its giant Stature, Its narrow occiput, broad palate and heavy mnndlliJes. Expressed In externa) features as Illustrated in. the adult male (always best for differentiating species) : The Scandinavian elk Is a small gra f animal with little palm and many spikes on Its antlers.

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Parental Solicitude. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

Parental Solicitude. “Maria, who is that young chap tbst's coming to see Bessie?” “His name is Hankinson. He seems to be all right.” “Do you consider him a safe young man?” “Bessie does. She says he’s in good circumstances and has been operated on for appendicitis.”

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Xot Quite Sure Abost.lt [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

Xot Quite Sure Abost.lt Mrs. Higbmus (making a call)— 1 should think you would find a “social score tary"~a convenience. Mrs. Gasweii— Ye-es, but where would we find room for it? Our apartments are as full of furniture already as they ean stick.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

■ 4 * * ALMOST AS COMMON IN SUMMER AS IN WINTER. . While the damp, cold, changing weather of Winter intensifies the pains and other disagreeable symptoms of Rheumatism, it is by no means a winter disease exclusively. Through the long months of Summer its wandering pains snd twitching nerves are felt by those in whose blood the uric acid, which produces the disease, has accumulated. * Rheumatism is a disease that involves the entire system. Its primary cause results from the failure of the eliminative organs, the Liver, Kid- ■ • neys and Bowels, to carry out of the system the urea, or natural refuse matter. This coming in contact with the different acids of the body forms uric acid which is_ taken up and absorbed by the blood. This acid causes fermentation of the,blood, making it sour and unfit for properly nourishing the body, and as this vital stream goes to every nook and comer of the body, the poison is distributed to all parts. The nervous system weakens ffom lack of rich, pure ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

Yon Cao Get Allen’* Foot Base FREE Write Allen 8. Olmsted, Leßoy, N.Y., for * free Sample of Allen's Foot-Ease. It cures sweating, hot, swellen, aching feet. It makes new or tight Shoes easy. A certain cure for Gcrsa. lngrowing Nalls and Bunions. AH Ding - gists sell It. Ssc. Don't accept any substitute. Copying the Hnsias,. s Family Cat—l’m not going to eat out of the same dish with you 1 Dog—Why not! Lots of people that scrap worse than we do eat at the same table'. FilS Vitas’ Dance and all Nervous Dts ■ easts permanently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer fiend for FREE K trial liottle and treatise. Dr. R. 11. Kline, I a!., fill Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Wrongjy Reported. Tommy Wrott—Did you tell a friend of mine the other day that I was the biggest fool in town? Lotta Guph— Never! All I said was that you were the biggest fool for the opportunities you'd had. . Don’t Poison Baby* FTORTY TEARS AGO almost every mother thought her nhiM most have PAREGORIC or. laudanum to m...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

HAD GIVEN UP ALL HOPE. CONFINED TO HER BED WITH DYSPEPSIA. “I Owe My Life to Pe-m-na,” Says Mrs. Huffaker. Mrs. Mittie Huffaker, R. R. No. 3, Columbus, Term., writes: “I was afflicted with dyspepsia for several years and at last was confined to my bed, unable to sit up. “We tried several d fferent doctors without relief. “I had given up all hope of any relief and was almost dead when my husband bought me a bottle of Peru na. “At first I could not. notice any benefit, but after taking several bottles I was cured sound and well. • “It is to Reruns I owe my life today. “1 cheerfully recommend it to all sufferers.” REVISED FORMULA. “For a number of years requests have come to me from a multitude of grateful friends, urging that Peruna be given a slight laxative quality. I have been experimenting with a laxative addition for quite a length of time, and now feel gratified to announce to the friends of Peruna that I have incorporated such a quality'in the medicine which, in my opinion, can...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

Had Thought It All Oat. Pete de Pickpocket—Wot would ye d. If » copper wuz to ketch ye in de act? Bill de Burclar —Time. I reckon. Scrofula Few free from it. It rflay develop so slowly as to cause little if any disturbance during" the whole period of childhood. It may then produce dyspepsia, catarrh, and marked tendency to consumption, before manifesting itself in much cutaneous eruption or glandular swelling. It la best tobe sure that fm afequitOree from it. and you can rely on u » Hood’s Sarsaparilla to rid you of it radically and permanently, accept no substitute, but insist on having Hood’s. Liquid or tablets. 100 Doses $l. HOWARD K. BURTON, ASS AYER and CHEMIST, Leadville, Colorado. Specimen prices: Gold.Silver, Lead, |l;Gold, Sjrver, 75c; Gold. 50c; Zinc or Copper, |l. Cyanide Tests. Mailing Envelopes and full price Hst sent on application. Control and Umpire Work -elicited. Reference: Carbonate National Bank. Quite the Caper. I believe I’ll go to Panama Remain about a day, Th...

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HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS There Is a splenjdld opportunity now presented to those who wish to obtain lots In West Highland Park to do so at practically original prices. Drop Into our office and let nsfgive you prices and terms. H. S. Thompson & Son, 5409 Pasadena ave. Tel East 751. THE CRESCENT REAL ESTATE & Investment Co., of 6015 Pasadena ave.. has a reputation for selling things. List your property with them. Both phones. ' Mrs. Evalyn G. Paulson of 5016 Ash street has a beautiful waln'yt set of furniture, cost >125, also a genulne-ltH-ported French walnut wardrobe, cost $175, which she offers her neighbors at a gilt-edge bargain. Call person ally, or phone Home 119205. Me. and Mrs. Mrs.. Will Kpighteu of Los Angeles visited their old friends, Mrs. Fuller and Miss Lewis of Avenue 59 and Pasadena avenue, Sunday, and Mr. Knlghten delighted his many friends here by consenting to sing at the Methodist services Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Knighten ar...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906

Phone HomcJWMSinuw't FhOM E. 18W 571 i Pasadena Ave. ‘Meet me at the fountain’ OF THE r. 5711 Pasadena Ave . - 1. And try one of these: Lovers’ Delight Sundae Italian Creme Sundae Chop Sooey Sundae Nut Sundae Occidental Sundae , Pepsin Phosphate Orange Phosphate Lemon Phosphate . Egg Phosphate Egg Sherry Lil < : 1 ■ ■■ Egg Chocolate Plain, Seltzer and Fruit Lemonades If you try one of them, - You will come again ' lee Cream Department ~ We are now keeping Strawberry, Vanilla Ice Cream, Orange and Pineapple Ice, constantly. Deliveries free. Cigar Department Cigars to suit everyone’s taste. HIGHLAND PARK HARNESS SHOP F- L. Crawford. Proprietor WE GAURANTEE OUR HARNESS AND SHOE WORK. GIVE US A CALL 5719 Pasadena Avenue ' Highland Park PHONES < SUNSET HLVD. luid UOLDEN UATE AVE. Phone North 487. HIGHLAND PARK Office Phone East 45** Heme 39111 OFFICES SUNSET BLVD. and GOLDEN GATE AVE. . HIGHLAND P AUK 5715*4 Pasadena Av«f* ELSEY A WOOD Real Estate Insurance, Leans S...

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