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IT ; = [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

IT ; = Lol ’* w lfe was turned to salt." Tes, that’s what a woman used to let for being too fresh.”— Philadelphia Bulletin. “I see the ‘Society News’ Is taking only millionaires’ song on their board.” “Sort of putting on heirs, aren’t they Princeton Tiger. Lottie— I have such a dread of growing old I Dottle Pshaw! I haven't. ott le—No, I suppose you’ve got past that.—Cleveland Leader. w > His Securities—“ Did you succeed In Jralslng anything on your promise to ■pay?" “Oh, yea. I succeeded In raising la smile.”—Baltimore American. I The Modern Way—“ There goes the ■richest man In our city.” "Pays more ■taxes than anybody In town, eh?” ■“Well, he dodges mere.” —Pittsburg IfoaL ■ ~ - I "Come back for something you’ve forIgotten, as usual?” said the husband, replied bis wife, sweetly; “I’ve ■ come back for something t rememberIcd/’—New Yorker. I “Look pleasant, please," said the pboItographer to his (more or 10-s.) fair sillier. Click! “It’s all You Imay resume your nature! e...

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Grandfather's Cure for Constipation [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

Grandfather's Cure for Constipation REAT medicine, —the Saw- (( Om if bU ° k ‘ \\ 1 I Two hours a day eswlng ' ■ wood will keep anyone’s Bowels regular. No need of pills, Cathartics, Castor Oil nor "Physic,” if you'll only work the Sawbuck regularly. Exercise is Nature's Cure for Constipation and.—Ten-Mile walk will do. If you haven't got a wood pile. • * * Bui, If you will take your Exercise In 1 an Easy Chair, there's only one way to do that, and make a Success of It. Because, —there’s only one kind of Artificial Exercise for the Bowels and,its | name Is “CASCARETS." , Cascarets are the only means to exercise the Bowel Muscles, without work. ] They don’t Purge. Gripe, nor “upset your Stomach,” because they don't act ■ like Cathartics. They don't flush out your Bowels and Intestines with a costly waste of Digestive Juice, as Salts, Csstor Oil, Calomel, Jalap, or Aperient Waters, always do, ~ No,—Cascarets strengthen and stimulate the Bowel Muscles instead. These are the Muscles .th...

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Dlmcou raffing: Him. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

Dlmcou raffing: Him. i “Yes, he confessed that he loved me, but v I tried to discourage him in every way I knew how. Once he dared to kiss me.” “And you screamed, Jeanette?” “Well—er—not then, hut I warned him that I would the next time. Then he kissed me again.” “Surely you called for help?” “How could I when I was so startled? Presently he slipped his arm j arotind me.” I “And you drew away?” . 1 “No, I nestled closer--or—that Is—but really, dear. I trio;! to discourage him; yes, I tried hard.”

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Bumped Asrnlnnt Fate. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

Bumped Asrnlnnt Fate. Reginald—The suddenness of it takes my breath awaj’, old boy. Did you have any idea you were going to propose to her, when you went there last nighl? Percy—Why—aw—yes : as soon as she capie into the parlor I saw by the look in her eye that I was going to proposs before I went away.

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To Break In New Shoes, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

To Break In New Shoes, Always abak* In Allon'a Foot-HJaas. a powdar. ft cures hot. sweating, aching, swollen faet Cures Corns, ingrowing Nalls and Bunions. At all Druggists and Shoe stores. 26c Don't i accept any substitute. Sample mailed FRM Address Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y.

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We Will. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

We Will. If wintertime comeS hj the summer, | And summer in winter, my dear, ( We’ll need seme reversible clothing To wear through the whole of the i r year - ■ —Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. *»¥aty or Ohio, city of Tolldo. .. Lucas County. { ”■ Frank J. Cheney makes oath that h« la the senior partner of the firm of Ft Z. CHENEY & CO., doing, business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will i pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED [ DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the I uue of HALL’S CATARRH CURE. PRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, thl- day of December. A. D. 1886. - [seal] A. W.j GLEASON, 1 Notary • Public. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface* of the system. Send Cor testimonif'.L. free. r J. CHENEY & CO..Toledo, u Sold by Druggists, 75c. Tako Hall’s Family Pills for constipation.

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Envied Him. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

Envied Him. -Little Archibald—Uncle Henry, when yon were a boy did they call you Harry'S Uncle Henry—No, Archie; everybody called me Hank. Little Archibald —Gee ! What*a splendid bad boy of a time you must have had, uncle! *

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That YoungNter Again. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

That YoungNter Again. “Como, dear,*’ said his mother, pointing to the silvery crescent in the sky, “and look at it. It's thc“ same old moon.” “ ’Tain’t nuther,” he .said, still sulking. ‘This one’s broke I”

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HOWARD K. BUKTON, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

HOWARD K. BUKTON, ASSAYER and CHEMIST, Leadvllle, Colorado. Specimen prices: Gold, Silver, Lead, Sl;Gold, Silver. 75c; (Sold. 50c; Zinc or Copper. SI. Cyanide Tests. Mailing h .velopes and full price list sent on application. Control and Umpire Work elicited. Reference: Carbonate National Bank.

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Full of Human Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

Full of Human Interest. Naggus—What are you working at now’, Borus? "■ Borus— I am writing a story in which there is "neither‘hero nor heroiiiCj tio love making, no villain, no detective, and not a particle of plot. Nagus—That ought to be interesting. Borus—lt ought to bo more than that, I hope lo make if touching and" pSthetic. It’s a hard luck story, written for my landlord’s exclusive perusal, and sets forth in detail the reasons why I shall have to ask- him for another extension of time on my rent.

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Their Fellow Employe. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

Their Fellow Employe. There are stories that are true, and stories that ought not to be. Among the latter, surely, is the tale of the two politicians who drew pay In Philadelphia for work which was supposed to keep them at desks in the city hall. One day, as they rambled along a brook In the country, fishing, one of them picked up a stone and threw It at a grazing horse—a disreputable, wornout old horse. “Hold on, Billy,” said the other. “Don’t shy stones at the poor chap. He has as much right to be here as you have. That Is the commissioner's father's horse. He's on the payroll for that desk betwen-' v-n-« nod mine.” r

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Pleasant, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

Pleasant, “Now, that it’s all over, darling,” said the delighted bridegroom, T must confess I never exported M Win 3011. Even now I can’t understand why you married me?” “Well, George,” said the Chicago bride, “I’ll tell you. Some time ago a fortune teller told me that my second marriage \Vbuld make me very happy and wealthy. So. of course, I had to get my first marriage over with.”—• Philadelphia Press. *

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Appearance,* Against Him. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

Appearance,* Against Him. The man with the dog was just drunk enough to'*be-boisterous-in his talk and swaggering in his .gait, and the policeman on the cottier advised him to go home and sober off. Whereupon he became stimforian and abusive, and the. officer escorted him to the nearest box and called up- the police patrol. “That dog goes wherever I go, cap’n,” ■aid the man, as the wagon came up, "Certainly,responded the policeman, bundling the animal in after him. “The dog will be booked on the charge of being found in suspicious company."

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Rouged Her Ire. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

Rouged Her Ire. j "I’m going to take a stick to that 1 miserable little beast of yours one of these days, madam 1” | "I wish you would; neither his father nor myself can do a thing with him.” j “Madam, lam speaking of your dog, not of your little boy.” “What 1 take a stick to my Fldo 1 You horrid brute, you; don't you dare!” ,

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The Sham and the Real. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

The Sham and the Real. Bessie—Oh. 'Tommy! My new baby dotty Is almost When I squeeze her she begins to cry and when X put her to bod she closes her eyes. Tommy-'—Huh! She'd bp more human If she closed her ’eyes when you walk fhe floor with her apd began to cry when you put her to bed! —Puck.'

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AHMSM’s Ctgiw. rnSsslks. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

AHMSM’s Ctgiw. rnSsslks. principal Industries of ArteoM •re mining, agriculture, horticulture, I stock raising, wool-growing and lumbering. When Alexander Von Humboldt passed through Arizona in the early portion of this century, be predicted that in the mountains of that section would eventually be found the greatest mineral wealth of the States, and the immense development now going on in the mining Industry of the Territory seems to fulfill this prophecy. . The greatest production is in copper. Last year the copper mines Of Aflzona produced 241,400,000 pounds, of copper, or an increase of 600 per cent in eleven years. Arizona is second among the States and Territories of the Union in copper production. The mining camps are a thing of the past and are being supplanted by mining towns and Cities which would be a credit to any community. These cities have municipal waterworks, electric street * railways, public libraries, good hotels, two and three-story stone and brick business bloc...

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••■ft* Toftfftft- Twlfttera, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

••■ft* Toftfftft- Twlfttera, “A growing gleam glowing green." “The bleak breezes blighted tbs bright broom blossoms.” “Flesh of freshly fried flying fish.” It is simply impossible for any one to repeat these three sentences fast They are the gems of a collection of tongue twisters that an elocutionist has made. And almost equally difficult are the following, taken at random from the elocutionist's collection of more than 200 tongue twisters; “Six thick thistle sticks,” “Two toads tried to tyrot to Tedbury.” "Give Grimes Jim’s great -gilt gig whip.” “Strict, strong Stephen Stringer snared slickly six sickly silky snakes.” "She stood at the door of Mrs. Smith’s fish sauce shop welcoming him In.” —St. Louis Globe-Democrat-Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow’s ■Southing Syrup the beet remedy to nee for their children during the teething period.

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Disappointed. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

Disappointed. “It’s too bad, miss,” said the turnkey at the jail, “but the sheriff took that murderer to the penitentiary this morning. The only real ornery cuss we’ve got here now is a chap that stole a bulldog. If you’d like to ” But the young woman with the costly bouquet of hothouse flowers had turned indignantly away.

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The Twi Travelers, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

The Twi Travelers, In bygone times it came to pass, A tall Giraffe and a dwarfish Ass, As fellow-travelers, -side and' side, Were jogging through, a country wide. The Ass wag touch inclined to amlls At his companion’s awkward style) His great long legs to criticise, And at his neck express surprise; In short, to spare no cruel hit Whereby he might display his wit. But, as they moved the region through, The vegetation scarcer grew, Until upon the sterile ground But little else than stones were found. And only on the tallest trees • Grew aught that could their hunger ease. And there, with famine worn away. The hungry Ass was forced to stay, And watch his comrade eat the fruit A dozen feet above the root. "Ah, me!” he cried, “no more I’M chaff, Nor at your neck and figure laugh! In truth, I find now, after all, I'd give my ears to be as tall !” —St. Nicholas.

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The Indicator. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

The Indicator. “Blank is awfully In love with his wife, isn’t he?” “How do you know?” "lie went away on a pleasure trip and took her without her asking to go Free Press.

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