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Sparrow* Hast Vacate. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Sparrow* Hast Vacate. Philadelphia’s sparrows may soon have to go to bouse hunting, for the recent transfer of the old Llpplucott property, through the death of the late owner and the rumored sale of the same, Is likely to force them to vacate their present quarters Ip the branches of the old tree on the grounds at Broad and Walnut streets. This will be the second time the great family of birds has been ousted from Its aerial lodg- [ Ings. For many years an old tree loI cated on the grounds of the Baldwin estate, situated on the south side of Chestnut street, between Eleventh and Twelfth, was their chosen home. When this blew over they went to the tree on the Llpplucott estate. —Philadelphia Times. Mothers will Had Mrs. Winslow’s Southing Syrup the best remedy to use for, their children daring the teething period.

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The Pipe that Failed. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

The Pipe that Failed. Tills story is told about ex-Senator J. S. Clark, of Calais, Me.: One day, while awaiting his turn In a barber shop In Calais, he was talking with a friend, and was so deeply Interested In the conversation that he allowed his pipe to go out several times. Each time he would ask Melvin Noble, a Weal practical ,loker, for a match. About the tithe he wanted the fifth match. Noble said: "I don't begrudge you the matches, Jed, but I think It would be cheaper for you to pnt a grate In your pipe and burn coal.”— Boston Herald? .

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The Historic Bye. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

The Historic Bye. Washington was crossing the Delaware. He stood. “Better sit down, sir,” suggested an aid. “Sit down!” responded lustily the Father of His Country. “And. pray, what sort of a picture - would that make?” Blushing under the rebuke, the aid resolved to monkey no mare with art.— Philadelphia Public Ledger.

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In Good Company. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

In Good Company. “Madam,” said the braketnan, “you'll have to put that dog in the baggage car. It's against the rules to bring him in here.” "this is an educated dog, sir. He knows more than you’do.” “That alters the case, ma’am,” rejoined the braki'man, picking .up the animal ; “He’ll, travel tirsi class in the special cat up in front, that's occupied by an educated horse, but you’ll have to pay extra.” . _

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UpfEtJlfilSJCS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

UpfEtJlfilSJCS | One of tbe largest works of man’s bands Is tbe artificial lake, or resorI voir, In India, at Bajputana. Tbls reservoir, suld to be the largest In tbs world, known os tbe great tank of Dhe bar, and Used for Irrigating purposes, I covers an area of twenty-one square 1 miles. - - i A novel excuse for stealing was given In Bucharest tbe other day. -X - ! woman was charged with the larceny of twelve cases of sliver. Said the judge: "Come, tell us the truth.” Said | the woman ; "The truth, my good Judge, Is that I have not been able to resist the temptation. Consider, your Honor | —they all bore my Initials." _ e | Huge stone slabs suitable tor sldeI walk construction are seldom eucouq- | tered In France, and asphalt walks are equally rare.* The popular material Is ir cement block, which is cheap, durable and satisfactory. These blocks are made In a variety of shapes and colors, and In their more expensive forms are | much used in Interior work. I Professor Shipley, In a ...

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MODERN DEVIL-WORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

MODERN DEVIL-WORSHIP. Groteaqne and Horrible Practice* Still Observed In Europe. , Vance Thompson In Everybody'* makes the following remarkable revelations: “The dork forces which science recognizes but does not define exercise marvelous attraction on minds of a certain order. In scores of temples they are worshiped under different names. I know a llttie temple in Bruges where the followers of Lucifer gather, and not far from the Pantheon in Paris there Is an altar to Pandoemon. This may seem grotesque; perhaps It Is, but It is formidable. “It need hardly be said that the rltles wherewith Lucifer is worshiped are hid in much mystery. A bouple of years ago I visited one of the ‘chapels;’ it was in the Rue RochechouarL The black mass, which I have no desire to describe, was celebrated. It was Friday at 3 o'clock. Over the altar was a winged figure of Lucifer, amid flames; he trampled under foot a crocodile—symbol of the church. A few days ago I found the chapel closed. Only after pati...

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Stanch t Affection. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Stanch t Affection. “Are you sure that man truly loves your daughter?” asked the friend of the family. “Yes,” answered Mr. Cumrox, “he has heard her slug and speak pieces and be ..wants to marry her anyhow.”— Washington Star. u _

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■ s Id i The Other Side. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

■ s Id i The Other Side. “Did you ever get Into Brown’s confidence?” _ • , “Oh, yes, It was costly, too.” "What was costly?” \ To get out”—Yonkers Herald.

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KIDNEY TROUBLI Sufftrii Two Year*—Rtlitvtd In T.'if Months [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

KIDNEY TROUBLI Sufftrii Two Year*—Rtlitvtd In T.'if Months MR. C. B. FIZEE, Mt. [Sterling, Ky., writes; “I have suffered with kidney and bladder trouble for ten years past. “Last March I commenced using Peruna and continued for three months. I have not used it since, nor have I felt a pain. "I believe that I am well and I therefore give my highest commendation to the curative qualities of Peruna.” PERUNA FOR KIDNEY TROUBLE. Mrs. Geo. H. Simser, Grant, Ontario, Can., writes: "I had not been well for about four years. I had kidney trouble, and, In fact, felt badly nearly all the time. “This summer I got so very bad I thought I would try Peruna, so I wrote to you and began at once to take Peruna and Manalin. "I took only two bottles of Peruna and one of Manalin, and now 1 feel better than I have for some time. ‘T feel that Peruna and Manalin cured me add made a different woman of me altogether. I bless the day 1 picked up the little book and read of your Peruna.” It is the business of ...

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Welch Indiana In America. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Welch Indiana In America. Though public attention has lately been directed to Welsh settlers in America, the question lacks the great Interest caused In the eighteenth century by the statement that a tribe of Welsh Indians , bad been discovered. In the seventeenth century John Josselyn, In his “Voyages to New England,’’ mentioned that the customs of the Inhabitants resembled those of ancient Britons, and Sir Thomas Herbert, an- , other traveler of the same date, In his “Travels,” gave Welsh words In use among these Indians. A century later reports from several traders and others 'were received of an Indian tribe that possessed manuscript, spoke Welsh and Retained ceremonies of Christian worship. Among other Information then published was the report of Captain Abraham Chaplain of Kentucky, that . his garrison near the Missouri bad been visited by Indians who conversed In Welsh with some Welshmen In his company. These Indians were thought to be descendants of a colony said to have bee...

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A Caution. Financier, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

A Caution. Financier, “Do you favor government ownership of railways?” "I don’t know,” answered Farmer Corntossel. “It ’ud be all right If we could alius be sure of sharin’ profits, but I’ve got trouble enough with taxes without diggin’ down to pay deficits.” —Washington Star.

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1 -wm PIPIH" IN PIKINO. V, Tmmmrn Antrim* Wmu Akm <k* U«lm of tk« (kla**« Coart I [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

1 -wm PIPIH" IN PIKINO. V, Tmmmrn Antrim* Wmu Akm &amp;lt;k* U«lm of tk« (kla**« Coart I Ulm Katharine Carl, an American artist, recently enjoyed the unique ' privilege of living In the Imperial palace of Peking, In the daily company of the wonderful dowager empresa. She was there to paint' the portrait of the dowager empress, as well as that of the charming young Empress Yc-ho-nn-lah, wife of the emperor, and or a de-“‘ lightful bevy of princesses and noble ladies of the court. Miss Carl In a recent narrative of her experiences bears testimony to the exquisite good breeding and unfailing consideration for their foreign guest on the part of the ladles of the court. Careful as they were of her susceptibilities, however, they often, after {hey knew her well and were assured sha would not take offense, found much amusement In puzzling her with dlfllcult bits of Chinese—words too nearly alike to be differentiated by an Occidental tongue, test sentences purposely concocted, and even ...

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SEVEN YEARS AGO J 1 J A Rocheiter Chemist Found a Singularly Effective Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

SEVEN YEARS AGO J 1 J A Rocheiter Chemist Found a Singularly Effective Medicine. William A. Franklin, of the Franklin &amp;amp; Palmer Chemical Co., Rochester, N. Y., writes: "Seven years aglr I was suffering very much through tfife failure of the kidneys to eliminate the uric- acid from my system. Mjr back was very lame and ached If I overexerted myself in the least degree. At times I was weighed down with a feeling of languor and depression and suffered continually from annoying. Irregularities of the kidney secretions “I procured a box of Doan’s Kldnlgr Pills and began using them. I found prompt relief from the aching and lameness In my back, and by the time I had taken three boxes I was cured Of all irregularities.” Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a bo*. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.

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Serf Birds Travel Far. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

Serf Birds Travel Far. That birds of the family termed sort birds In the Hawaiian Islands should leave that paradise of the Pacific to mo and rear their young In the tundras «f Alaska would seem to many an est|pordlnary proceeding. Yet the turnstone and the black-bellied plover and tbe Pacific golden plover make the loag journey of about -1,000 miles thither annually. _

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

I 1 A The Kind Vou Have Always Bought has ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one lo deceive youi in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are but Experiments, and endanger the health of Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OU. Pare, goric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic HH5 8 !S? ce ' J ts 18 ltB guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Dlarrhnea and Wind o«a i'if^ e “ eVeB Teething Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the ? nd Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. p The Kind You Have Always Bought -i Bean the Signature of In Use For Over 3,0 Years. thc annum .omanm, n ■

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HERALD Local News of Highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Hill Park, Hermon, Mt. Washington,- Eagle Rock. and New York Valley NO. 2. VOL. 2, HIGHLAND PA?K T LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY, JUNE 23,1906 Published Weekly; $1.50 per year; 15c per month ’

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