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■!**• Gwritwt Ittawi. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

■!**• Gwritwt Ittawi. Aipong tbs bornblll* of Southern Asia t6e Malayan Island and Central and Southern Africa most of the species have a curious habit of batcblogtbelr young In the walled-up hollow of the tree, chosen for the nest, says the Scientific American. The birds have'lmmense bills and horny, crests. The mother bird Is walled up by her mate and remains Imprisoned until the eggs are hatched, and In some species until the youngs birds are able to fly. Meanwhile the mother has become temporarily Incapable of flight, as she h'as moulted, or at least shed all her wing feathers during her captivity. Rut. the male Is Indefatigable In providing tor his faiplly. and Is said to work so hard that.be Is reduced almost to a skeleton at the end of the brooding season. According to the theory of many natives the female 1s Imprisoned to prevent her neglecting her duty of brooding, and If she has been unfaithful or negligent her mate closes the little window of her cell and abandons her to ...

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Darlnv the ttecord Race. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Darlnv the ttecord Race. The dark-goggled, leather-jacketed chauffeur lowered his head like a ram and chuckled with glee. “We are now going at 100 miles an hour!" he ahrleked. “Great Hercules!” gasped the novice at his side. “Isn’t there a chance of an accident?” “Fear not! Don't you see that w« carry emergency tires?” “I—l know, hut I —l’d feel tetter If we had a few emergency arms and beads along.” But the chauffeur laughed demoniacally and turned the curve on one wheel.

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No Longer In the Limelight. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

No Longer In the Limelight. Then old Vesuvius checked his rage, -> And' straightway called a truce. “There’s too much competition now,” He muttered. * “What’s the use!”

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Advice from Artemns Ward. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Advice from Artemns Ward. A certain 'Southern railroad was in a wretched condition, and the trains were consequently run at a phenomenally low rate of speed. When the conductor wrts punching his ticket Ar-, tennis Ward, who was one of the passengers, remarked: > ‘‘Does this railroad company allow passengers to give it advice. If they do so In a respectful manner?” The conductor replied in gruff tones that he guessed so. “Well." Artemns went on. “It occurred to me that It would be well to detach the cowcatcher from the front of the engine and hitch It to the rear of the train; for you see. we are not liable to ovrtake a cow. and what’s to prevent n cow from strolling into this ear and biting a passenger?”—Boston Herald.

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tilde and Proposals. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

tilde and Proposals. “Has Count Fucash made a proposal for your daughter’s hand?” “Not exactly,” answered Mr. Cumrox. “He Is waiting for me to put In bids for a title.”—Washington Star.

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Cabinet Famlllea. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Cabinet Famlllea. When people talk about old-fashioned families. It Is rather a vague saying, as’for Instance, take the officialdom in Washington. President Roosevelt has the largest number of children In the executive set. six. and the .Vice President Is a close second with five. The Postmaster General and Mrs. Cortelyou have four children, two girls and two boys, and the Secretary of Agriculture has' t..e same number, three j boys and c -- ** clll. The Secretary of! State and l.i>. Root have two boys, 1 Elllm. .lr..~Tlmrr:dvard. and Olte dll Ugh--ter, Mls“ Pnitb Root. Three Is the favorite number of children In the cabinet families. The Shows have two daughters and one sou. the Tafts have two sons and one daughter. The Hitchcocks have three daughters. The Secretary of Commerce and Labor and Mrs. Metcalf have two sons, one of whom 1s In the army and the other a student sit Annapolis. For sale quick—sox2oo, overlooking Arroyo Seco. Beautiful live oak on it. Lots In same b...

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An Inference [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

An Inference “I see the Eskimo wome.—re dying off In large numbers this year.” “Alas! And has the craze for elbow sleeves struck the polar regions?

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

To Eaatmrm OMo»m The usual low round trip rates to the east will be available this season from California Sthd Nevada stations of the Salt Lake Route on account of various conventions as follows; • New Haven, Ct. Knights of Columbus—Sell May 24, 25, 26—Return limit August 31. Rates will be announced later. Denver, Colo. B. P. O. Elks—SeU July 17, 18, 19.—Return limit Sept. 30. Rate 855.00. Minneapolis, Minn. O. A. R.—Sell August 7, 8, and 9. —Return limit Oct. 31. Rate 870.00. Milwaukee, Wi». Order of Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9.—Return limit Oct. 31. Rate 874.50. Also sell July 2 and 3—Return limit 00 days—Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9 and Sept, 8, 9, and 10.—Return limit 1 Oct. 31. Chicago, 111. 872.50—5t. Louis, Missouri 867.50. St. Paul, Minn. 870.00—Minneapolis, Minn., 870.00. Kansas City, Mo. 860.00. Omaha, Neb., 860.00. Connell Bluffs, la. BCO.CC —St. Joseph, Mo., 800.00. Tickets will be sold going via Salt Lake Route and connections and retarding via entirely different route, if desired. For full...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Back East Excursions d k Santa Fe) r JULY 2 AND 3 -Chicago and. back . #72.50. St. Louis aud back 67.50 St. Paul and back .... 70.00 Kansas City aud back 60.00 Omaha and back 60.00 Denver aud back 55.00 Memphis, aud back 67.50 New Orleans and back 67.50 and many other points on same basis. Tickets good for return within ninety days Communicate at once with nearest Santa Fe Agent. .

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

m VbB ‘ > We are SOLE AGENTS in Highland Park for the PrescotUSmith Tract On Monte Visra Street between Avc 53 and 54. The cheapest and best properly in this locality for the money. We Make Fine Hill Property a Specialty S. C. Wing W. F. Poor Notary Public POOR & WING 5134 Pasadena Ave Phones East 531 Home 39010 Chas. I. Sweet Lawyer, 364 Pacific Electric building, corner 6th and Main stru ts. Phones, Sunset 6054, Home 2513. 5809 Pasadena ave. Express Leave orders for expressing at the Star Real Estate Office, 5809 Pasadena avenue. C. 0. JBr>e?, Phone, East 1386. City phones, Main 1862, Home 1378. Residence East 219b J. 0. Hawley, Pension "attorney, notary pub ic. 6113 Piedmont avenue, Highland Park. Home phone 39263.

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FARMS AND FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

FARMS AND FARMERS Ventilation of Farm UnlidlnaaThere are no small buildings on the ■farm that cannot be amply ventilated by the simple plan here described. ■Generally such buildings are of the (Ingle or sloping-roof sort so that the plan can be carried out at small expense. in the rear of' the house, near one corner, build an air shaft, made by Joining at the edges four boards about eight Inches wide. Set this Into ■the ground or fasten'to the floor If of boards so that It will be Arm. Have It open at the top, of course, and make It three or four feet high. In the side of It, next to the wall of the building and about a foot up from the floor cut out a piece so as to have an opening the width of ’the board and about six Inches the other way, and In the side of the building opposite this hole In the shaft cut a hole of corresponding size. Cover those two holes as well as the hole In the top of the shaft with wire netting so that no bird or small animal can get In. This Is the shaft b...

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No Remedy Bat Spraylny. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

No Remedy Bat Spraylny. Several nlce-soundlng schemes for getting the better of the San Jose scale have been suggested, some of them sincerely and some of them by frauds who had a powder of some kind for Injection Into the trunk of tbe tree. One writer suggests that If Inexpensive trees are planted around the orchard It Is desired to protect, the scale will be kept off the more valuable trees. This Is nonsense, and tbe plan will only result In providing additional food for the scale. Any fruit grower trying this plan on any considerable scale would not o-.lv fall in accomplishing the desired results, but would, In some States, lay hhr.sclf liable to prosecution for encouraging the pest. Up to this time no remedy for the San Jose scale has yet been discovered except spraying, and spraying. persistently and thoroughly season after season. As for the powder ami other things that are to be Injected Into the trunk of the tree this Is plainly fraud and unworthy a moipent’s consideration b...

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Combined Roller and Marker. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Combined Roller and Marker. A neat attachment to a garden roller Is the following: Bore holes eight inches apart lengthwise and put In pins. To mark the garden make these pins each hold a small rope, encircling the roller by driving them Into the boles beside the ends of the rope. More than one row of holes can be used to change distances. Tack strips lengthwise of the roller to mark places In row for setting plants. SOLLEK AM) XIAUKEB COMBINED.

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Gsns riowlrg. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Gsns riowlrg. Recent Improvement lu traction engines and gapg plows Is making a great difference In the manner of breaking the soli *on the larger level farms of the west. Some of the newer arrangements do the plowing and harrowing at one operation. Under certain conditions of soli and season a drill is hitched behind the harrow and a barren field in the morning Is seeded to grain crop at night. Those of us who have carefully prepared a large acreage Mady for seeding and got caught before drilling with a three-day rain ■term will appreciate the advantages of this manner of doing business. It has been frequently predicted that steam power for working the land could never be applied successfully to medium sized THriBS) uut tue prooiem is DGing simpiT- - fled each-year.—Farm, Field and Firetide.

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Urawins Black Raspberries. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Urawins Black Raspberries. The amateur who wishes to try berry growing will find] the black raspberry a good plant to begin with. The raspberry Is In all probability the most honest of berry growing plants. There Is no waste, the berries are uniform Id else, and ns soon ns gathered they 4re ready for the table, or for preserving. A plantation of this fruit, oncg established, should last six or eight years. It will grow In almost any soil except a very stiff clay, or one that is so poorly drained that the water stands on the soli for some time before being drained away. U is a heavy feeder, so Its soil must he fertilized every year or two to keep up Its maximum productiveness. A northern exposure Is best for the plant, for It suffers from extreme heat, and the direct rays of the sun, more than from extreme cold weather. A sloping ground Is preferred to either the summit or base of a hill. The black raspberry Is propagated by burying the tips of the canes about August. Simply dig a li...

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Hold CroHa-Ciit Saw to File. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Hold CroHa-Ciit Saw to File. Take two pieces of one-inch board (hard wood Is best), wide ns saw In widest place, and us long as the saw between the handles. Shape the boards With a "billy” like the cutting edge of | saw. Lay your saw on one of these boards with the teeth above the board enough to file nicely, and straddle the saw with a pair of slx-lnch strap hinges, near the ends of the boards. Now open the binges and remove the saw, and mark around the hinges to show where to let them In the board the thickness or the "hinge: Fasten ' hinges to this board, and then to the | other board in the same manner. Now 1 you have a pair of jaws In which your j saw will rest outfits back, permitting the teeth to come above the edge of the Jaw to file. Bevel edge of boards. Now get two legs for each board, of or sticks from the woods, ns 1 did, and I bevel to stand like legs of n sawhorse, and long enough to stand up to file easily. Fasten your Jaw boards to these legs, from Inside of Jaws, w...

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Preparlair Potato Ground, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Preparlair Potato Ground, All potato growers admit that a soil that Is mellow and well-drained is absolutely essential for the best success In potato-growing; this Is more than half the battle, and In this age of Insects and bacterial diseases one cannot afford to grow potatoes for market unless he can supply the soil and the soil condition mentioned. The thorough preparation of the aeedl>ed Is also Important, and the best growers prepare the soli as thoroughly as they would for wheat First grade tubers for seed and then constant cultivation to keep the weeds down are the rest of the essentials In successful potato culture. In almost all sections, near large markets, potato-growing Is exceedingly profitable, and the man with the soil should raise the tubers.

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Xotes for the Bee Keepers, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Xotes for the Bee Keepers, Bees should have some pure drinking water within easy reach. Bees, like men, are good-natured when they are making headway in providing for the future. This accounts for tbedlfferent receptions given to an Intruder at different times. Beekeeping Is an Interesting scientific study aside from the pecuniary profit There Is no more entrancing pursuit when one becomes ieally interested In it, aside from Its financial side. ..... Beehives are now so constructed that they may be opened and their contents removed or changed about and examined without materially Interfering with the action of the bees. They frequently continue their, labors even when the comb Is held in the hand of the beekeeper. Honey is always a ready seller and the price per pound averages anywhere from 12 to 20 cents, depending upon the locality and quality. A good hive of bees lu the average locality will produce about seventy-five pounds of honey per year and pay .50 per cent on the posted on...

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Stropping a Razor. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Stropping a Razor. ——— “The Idea that a razor needs fre- { quent grinding or honing Is not In keeping with my experience,” said a man who shaves himself. “I have a razor that I got ten years ago which has never been out of my possession, never had any other treatment than stropping, and Is to-day the sharpest and best of six. A razor can only be 1 kept In this condition without honing, | however, by using a hard strop—that j Is. one which Is rigid Instead of flex-1 Ible and not the kind that makes an 1 arc of a circle when you use It. This latter sort will sharpen a razor for awhile, but It also makes the edge round (until at last It ceases to cut. Why do I have six razors? Well, that Is to use them in regular turn and give each one of them a rest. I shave every day, which I find the least troublesome method, and If I use the same blade every day It would soon play out. The edge of a razor needs rest, 'Just like every other machine.’ - ■ ' "

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