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Btnt* on Pruning Shrub*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Btnt* on Pruning Shrub*. ■se fho have shrubbery on their ■ would but remember the slmBof the period of bloom and that come on the new’ growth they Hemember when to prune. The on the spring-blooming shrubs Bed on the wood that was ■fter the blooming season of a hence If these shrubs are the spring we simply cut off shoots and no flowThe time to prune spring ■(shrubs Is Just after they have so they may have of the summer In which to flower shoots for another ■ The fall-blooming shrubs pruned In the spring, for ■ then grow the flower shoots fall period of bloom. how simple it Is If they • v '

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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jHh Needed Sweet Potato. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

jHh Needed Sweet Potato. ■t potato that will keep as well potato Is what Professor of the department of of the University of Callbe has discovered. It |Hd up In the Padrone Islands who took aboard a lot of ■■flavored sweet potatoes last finding them still In good upon his recent arrival In ■Bflsoo, gave specimens of them SHsor Wlckson. They will be In the hoi>e of working In world of potatoes a that will be worth many | dollars to California and a

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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A mm [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

A mm A more ambitious method than that •( crowing hi* early flowers In bozss, kept In the bouse, may be tried by the amateur gardener, who Is also m. amateur carpenter. 4 hotbed may he built at small expense. Old window sash, or. a single sastr purchased cheaply, and four boards, one Inch thick and one and one-half feet wide, may be -pat together to form the hotbed, the boards being used for the walla. Warm stable manure should be pat In the bottom, from one-half to threefourths of a foot deep, and firmly pressed down. The bed should "be well drained. Light soil, to a depth of one or two inches should be spread over the manure and after one or two days, when the temperature Is cooled down to 70 or 80 degreg3..tlie--bed_l.» reqdyfor use^ The plants, In pots or boxes, should be put In the bed. The boxes may be prepared as for Indoor use, with ordinary garden soil at the bottom, and lighter soil on top. Large boles should be left to drain the box. The fine seed should be sprinkled on t...

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Water and Solids In Hllk. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Water and Solids In Hllk. When the cream or fat is removed every 100 pounds of skim milk contain about 90 per ceo{ of water and 10 per cent of solids. The solids contain about 3.5 per cent of casein nnd.4.5 per cent of milk sugar, with small proportions of fat and albumen as the fat cannot be entirely removed. The milk sugar remains In the whey when It separates and, the casein In the curds or cheesy matter, though both contain small percentages of fat, albumen, etc. The whey will promote the formation of fat, while the curds supply the elements for growth and muscle. It will be an advantage to feed the two substances together, adding bran and season lightly with salt If the skim milk becomes very sour and begins to ferment It should not be used at all. The proper plan Is to use the skim milk when fresh or but slightly sour.

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Guinea* Should Be Popular. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Guinea* Should Be Popular. Guinea fowls should find a place on every farm, as they are profitable and useful. They are profitable because, as table fowls, {bey have- few superiors, being In many ways similar to the-wlld prairie chicken, so much sought for by those who love the gamey flavor of the wild fowl. Their flesh is dark and. solid, and no matter how cooked, whether as a roast or In a pie, they are tempting. Their eggs are delightfully flavored, and, though small, they find a ready sale In all the markets. They are useful as guardians, because at the first approach of danger, whether by day or night, they set up their warnings that must frighten the Intruder or bring help to their offspring.

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A Turkey Coop, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

A Turkey Coop, A turkey coop which has been used with perfect satisfaction Is described In American Agriculturist as having several distinct- advantages over ordinary coops. It Is built out of a large packing case. At the top Is a ventilator. Suspended by -a cord Is a drop door of close boards and beneath this la an ordinary door partly of wire netting. Bach is hinged and can be opened Independently. On cold nights ventilator and drop door may be closed, on ordinary nights the ventilator opened, on hot ones botb. In warm weather the drop door suspended as shown in the cut forms a good shade for the birds.

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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New Seed Wheat Treatment. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

New Seed Wheat Treatment. k J. H. Wright, a farmer residing near Hennessey, O. T., has made a valuable discovery that will be of general Interest to wheat growers everywhere. He soaks bis seed wheat in coal oil, using about one-half gallon to every twenty bushfls of wheat, covering It over with a blanket and letting It soak over night. He found It equally effective with corn, using one-half teacup to a washtub of corn. He finds that It not only preserves the cereal from rotting, but preserves It from Insects. Mr. Wright has practiced this for more than three years, and his yield has been a great deal more than that of those who had better soli for planting.

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Value of the Incubator, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Value of the Incubator, It Is hard to get nens to sit In winder, and It Is almost necessary for the fanner to use Incubators to raise broilers In times to bring the .best prices. The Incubator on the farm Is being brought ..tm. more. profitable use every year. There Is no doubt that the Incubator and brooder, method of raising chickens Is S wonderful Improvement on the hen method, ft Is cheaper, ntm a greater number of fowls can be raised from the same number of bens.

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MANITOU STEAMSHIP COMPANY’S GENEROSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

MANITOU STEAMSHIP COMPANY’S GENEROSITY. "The National Editorial Association will hold its twenty-first annual meeting at Indianapolis, Jilne 12 to 15.The delegates will then tour the Great Lakes and Eastern Canada. The party will arrive In Chicago the morning of June 20, where they are to be the guests of the Press Club. At 2 P. M. they will leave on the Manltou Steamship Company’s magnificent steamer “Manltou” for Mackinac Island. This splendid ship has been justly * titled “The Greyhound of the Great Lakes”; her triple expansion engines, with immense horse power, send her through the water at an average speed of eighteen miles an hour. Built entirely ,of steel and measuring 300 feet In length and forty-two feet in breadth, her hull is divided Into seven distinct compartments, each completely separated from the others by solid steel bulkheads, thereby giving her such stability as to rank her with the finest ocean-going ships. The main saloon and cabin are beautifully declorated and...

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.. Warmer and the Party wire. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

.. Warmer and the Party wire. When the independent telephone companies first tiegan to come together In conventions to exchange experiences, one fact was always commented upon with great curiosity by the managers of town or city plants, says Success. This was that they Invariably met with failure In their endeavors to Induce farmers to put In what are known as "lockout” devices, by means of which every telephone on a party line’becomes practically a private wire. In cities, the party line is considered a great nuisance, because there Is no privacy In conversations, and all the bells on the line are rung each time a subscriber calls. Naturally, the managers 6f plants figured that this objection prevailed in the country also; but, almost without exception, they found that one of the great attractions to the farmer was that his telephone did ring every time the other sixteen or twenty people on the line rang up, and that he could hear or be overheard In conversation. It was a practical...

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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No Hope of Agreement, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

No Hope of Agreement, “I am sorry to hear that Wrinklins and hia wife can’t live together in peace. There Is too much obstinacy on both sides —that’s the trouble, isn’t it?” “Tes; he’s a standpatter, and she’s a standpouter.” Mothers will Had Mrs. Winslow’s Southing Syrup the best remedy to use for their children during the teething period.

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The Poet master's Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

The Poet master's Holiday. It is said that a rural postmaster m Texas sent the following letter to the Postmaster General recently: "I ain’t took a holiday these three years gpue, an’ this Is to let- you know that I’m goin’ to close the pffloe fer the next three days an’ go a-fishin'. There don’t much mail .come here nohow, an' I’m needin’ exercise. 3o I put you on notice.”.*—Atlanta Constitution.

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Tired of Waiting. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Tired of Waiting. The little" boy was five years old and It was Ills first year at school. One morning he did not wish to attend so he told his mother he was very sick. His mother, I icing a very kindhearted lady, tried to reason with him, and said: , t "Just think how had your teacher will feel when she calls the roll and she ‘Robert Nolan,' and there will he no little Robert to say, ‘Present.’ ” •' "That’s just it, mamma. I have said present every day and I haven’t received any present yet”—Magazine of Fun.

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Sending Message* la Part*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Sending Message* la Part*. The telephone system of Paris leaves considerable to be desired and meets with constant complaint on the part of the subscribers. One of the latter endeavored to test the speed of the various means of communication of the city, sending messages In different ways from his rooms In the Rue Richelieu, In the center of the city, to a friend on the Avenue de la Grand Armee, near the Bois de Boulogne. He found that a bicycle messenger made tbe trip in eleven minutes and fifteen seconds, as compared with twenty-three minutes for a cab. A messenger sent via the Metropolitan Railway required thirty-five minutes, a message by the pneumatic tube three hours, while the message sent by telephone did not arrive at aIL 1 «.

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IN CONSTANT AGONY. i , A West Virginian’s Awful Distress Through Kidney Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

IN CONSTANT AGONY. i , A West Virginian’s Awful Distress Through Kidney Troubles. W. L. Jackson, merchant, of Parkersburg, W. Va., says: “Driving about In bad weather brought kidney troubles on me and 1 suffered twenty years with sharp, cramping pains In the back and urinary disorders I often had to get up a dozen times at night to urinate. Retention set In, and 1 was obliged to use the catheter. I took to my bed, and the doctors falling to help, began using Doan’s Kidney Pills. The urine soon came freely again, and the pain gradually disappeared. I have been cured eight years, and though over 70, am as active as a boy." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.

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Amending the Declaration. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Amending the Declaration. “My friends,” exclaimed the candidate In'a fine burst of disinterested patriotism, “1 don’t want this office if you think I am unworthy to fill it!” Here he stopped and took a-drink of water. V“And I might add,” he proceeded, “that my candidacy is not the result of any corrupt political bargain.” "Yes, you might,” interrupted an old farmer in the audience)' “but if you did you’d be lyin’ like Sam ; Hill F’"

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Wanted to Know. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Wanted to Know. "I had a tramp for dinner to-day.” “Is this some of him?” asked hei husband, poking his fork Into the meat rather suspiciously.—Houston Post.

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Hallowed Dirt. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Hallowed Dirt. Matron (at reform school, to new **• rivifl)—Come, little boy, you haven’t had your face washed yet. Bad Djck (struck by a bright idea)— I ain’t agoin’ to have, neither. You shan't wash my maw’s kisses off!

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afterall. •» W»n* Ska HU Ban Dalai • Orest Good. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

afterall. •» W»n* Ska HU Ban Dalai • Orest Good. Mary Cranston tossed Her package of | history papers upon the table, tore off her list and Jacket and threw herself upon the couch, her fingers grassed upon her aching eye*. She was sick of teaching—sick of it! The eager ambitions wltb which she bad begun one by one bad broken against tbe Invincible barriers of the system. Her high Ideals bad faded before days filled to tbe brim by the endless exactions of fifty restless boys. She hud bad dreams of being an Influenoe In the lives of her boys, but somehow she had no jjme to be an influence.. It. was more than she could do to “get In the requirements of a crowded schedule. She was Just tired of It all. Just then Norah apepured at the door. “Somebody to see you, Miss Mary," she said. Mary rose Impatiently. “Somebody” In that particular tone meant a pupil or pupil’s mother. r It was a mother this time', a shabby woman, with nervous bands and eyes where sorrow had long made a home. She ros...

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A NOVEL DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

A NOVEL DUEL. There has long been Intense rivalry between two expert carvers employed In a New York down-town restaurant The two men worked side by side, and constantly each bragged of bis own accomplishments, At last says a writer In the New York Press, the manager decided that In some way peace must be established. “See here,” he said one day, don't you- two fight a duel for supremacy?” • —V“Aba! Name ze arms!” they both exclaimed. t “Ham sandwiches,’ said the manager,' with a smile, a very crafty, commercial grin, by the way, for he had received four orders from societies' for nearly two thousand ham sandwiches, and was worried about filling them. It was decided that the carver who finished the first thousand ham sandwiches,, which Included slicing the bread, buttering It and slicing the bam, was to be declared the winner. The manager Invited a dozen of his patrons to witness the contest between the skillful carvers. When they entered the kitchen they were confronted with twenty-...

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