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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
Swart Liniment v "si **, ':• - A I The' BEST LINIMENT for RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES, LAME BACK, STIFF JOINTS, NEURALGIA, Etc. We Sell mud Rooommond It . W. S. Prettyman &amp; Son Highland Park Pharmacy 5705 Pasadena Ave ♦ Phones: East 595. Home 39105 m W. H. ROTH Acme Grocery 5723 Pasadena Ave OUR MOTTO: Home 39298 Satisfaction Good Goods Lowest Prices Prbnipt Delivery Sunset East 747 A » &amp; r *- HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET LILLIE. MILLS « 00. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat Telephone Orders Promptly Alluded To Phones j H0Tn0*39034 5725 Pasadena Ave The Editor’s New Shirt Did you ever stop to think why it is that we are spending money every week for space in this paper? This week we’re paying enough to get Mr. Randalls new shirt, for this ’northeast corner. But there’s a reason, In fact several. Ist. We want to cull your attention to the best lumber yard In this corner of the universe. 2nd. We want you to notice that we have but one class of customers. You can tell t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
-Jarett Bros., Carriage Shop. 6060 Pasadena avenue. Blacksmith ing and general repair work. Horseshoeing a specialty. G. W. Robbins, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Watches, clocks, jewelry, mneic boxes and spectacles repaired and warranted. 6938 Pasadena avenue, Highland Park. Laundry Agency. Troy Laundry agency at the Ar royo, 5711 Pasadena avenue. Telephones East 1899, Home 39312, Laundry collected Monday and Wednesday. Delivered Thursday and Saturday. John D. Wilson, Gardening, General House Cleaning New Lawns Pat In. Odd Jobs around the house. Property cared lor in absence o 1 the owners. Sunset East 1288. Residence Hermon. 41-p4 Percy K. Lusk First Glut Teacher of Piano and Harmony 232 Atc 67 West
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Notice Ts hereby given that the copartnership heretofore existing between W. W. McGregory arid R. A. Baker, under the name of R A. Baker &amp; Co., 6coi Pasadena avenue, Los Angeles, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business &gt;vil| be carried on by R. A. Baker Co., a corporation, which assumes all liabilities, and to which all debts due the firm will be paid. W. W. McGREGORY, R. A. BAKER. Los Angeles, Cal., June 18, 1906. 2-3
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
Bank of Highland Park (L W. E. GRIFFITH, Fret. J. W. JEFFREY. Vice Prei. OWN LIENTZ, Acting Cisblcr Four per cent. Interest allowed on jpm savings accounts. Call and see our new savings bunks. Patronize your home bank. All savings are Invested in mortgages on hemes In Highland Park and vicinity Home Phone 39228 Sunset H. 618 Highland Park Real Estate ' *•&lt; Home Ready Co B9SO Pasadena The Star Real Estate Co. S. A. WHEATON, . Notary Public We make a special effort to keep posted and In touch with all matters E. B. RUSH pertaining to realty throughout Highland Park,. Garvanza, Hex’iaen and New ‘Boult Valley, embracing forty-five tracts;, to which new ones are eon--atanCly being added. We tave faclil-* ties at hand to show quickly, clearly and concisely every part and parcel, Improved or unimproved, making a special study of those showing best returns as Investments, present prospective. STAR REAL ESTATE CO. 5809 Pasadena Ave. Phones East 1380 —Home 39297. Are you going to t...
Conquest Great American Desert [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
Conquest Great American Desert Irrigation la going to be ar success, •ays tlie Boston Transcript The third Inquiry by the House committee on tbli •nterprlse baa brought out evidence that appears to Justify confidence In the results. The Secretary of the Interior has testified that Including the irrigation projects under construction ,and those contemplated and approved "hut not begun, there will have been spent la two years from the last of next Juno $37,000,000, while the estimated receipts from the* operations at the law up to that time will be about half a million more than that amount. In addition a return of about a million U expected from settlers on irrigated lands. Irrigation was one of the forces upon Tvhlch the late I’rof. Sbaler laid emphasis when enumerating the resources upon which we could depend to meet the needs of an ever-increasing population. But It was not the only one. We must Utilize the dike and drain os well as the canal. We must fertilize the now arid desert...
S*roro Uucomcloualy. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
S*roro Uucomcloualy. A lending fcotball player of a few years ugo, who Is now lu business lu Chicago, was us careful of his conduct off the Held no he was aggressive ot the field. He was captain of the eleven In his senior year, and his friends were shocked more than once at the vigorous supply of profanity that he turned on In the football practice when 'things did not go to suit him. Finally he _wns requested by the faculty to sidetrack the swearing. He was amazed'at this action on the faculty’s part, for he declared that he was utterly unconscious of the fact that he had offended. His character was such as to leave no doubt that he spoke the truth. Even after the faculty warning he sometimes broke out.
Made While Groelnf. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
Made While Groelnf. Oriental gardeners are adepts at their work, the most striking production of one of their number being a natural arm-chair. In which the required shape was attained during the growth of a vine. Almost from Its first appearance the vine had'bee i carefully treated la anticipation cf the use to which It was to be put. By the time It attained full growth It was farmed Into a rustic arm-chair. All of the Joints were made by grafting, sojthat the chair Is practically In one solid piece, and after It had attained a growth of some three fefit It was cut and thoroughly dried. Finally It was polished, the wood taking a finish not unlike mahogany.
Dentistry, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
Dentistry, The aft of dentistry was Introduced Into Kew York by John Greenwood In 1788. He 1( said to hinve made the first artificial teeth ever manufactured In this country. When a. woman walks along the streets after dark with a dollar In her ‘ pocket, she thinks every man she does not meet to following her. ■
Probable Addreu, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
Probable Addreu, The Lindsborg News recently received a card from the postmaster of a town In Idaho asking that the paper addressed to a certain man of that town be stopped and. gave bis reason; “Dead, left.nu address." As the man was ten years In arrears and had made no effort to pay, though often Importuned by the newspaper to do so, the editor of the News says be has a.pretty fair Idea of what that man's .present address Is all right,,all right.
Vittllcelx- [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
Vittllcelx- An old Virginia negro sold a dog for $3 and warranted the canine to seal 'chickens. It was dot long before the dog was returned with the remark, “He was a fraud." “Was de chickens cooked?” Inquired the old man. “No,” replied the negro who had purchased the wonder. “Well, dat Is de.only kind of chickens he will go otter. Do you suppose for a moment I would sell n dog for $3 who would steal live chickens?"
Still Serve* Its Purpose. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
Still Serve* Its Purpose. “Say,” complained the stranger, stepping inside the drug store, “this weighing machine In front Of your place is out of order.” * “I’ve got nothing to do with that machine,” said the sleepy looking young man behind the counter. “Well, somebody ought to have.” “What’s the matter with it, anyway?” - “It won’t work. I dropped a penny into it just now, and the indicator didn't fly around. I shook the machine, and jumped up and down on the platform, and still it didn’t move. It’s a swindle.” “It took the penny, all right, didn’t It?" “Certainly.” ’ “Well, that's what It’s for. There's nothing the matter with the machine, sir." —Chicago Tribune.
ASHES OF FUN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
ASHES OF FUN Enicker —Few girls keep up their music after they are married. Docker —And yet some persons say that marriage Is a failure. —New York Sam His Wife —Have you bad a bad day, dear? The Financier —Yes, I lost orer $200,000. And the worst of It Is that nearly $lOO of that was my own money !—Life. Untie—How do you like your employer? Tommy—l think he’s bigoted. Un-cle—p-In what way? Tommy—Well, be tlnks dot words oughter be spdlt bis way all de time. Molly—He Is a student at one of the big colleges. Polly—Nonsense! He talked with us for an hour when he was here yesterday and never used a bit of slang.—Somerville Journal. “This flower Is strictly up-to-date,” saM&gt; the florist. “What do you mean by that?” asked the pros-injctlve customer. “Why,” be explained, “It was obtained by grafting.”—Detroit Free Press.— . ' ■ “Is she pretty?” they asked of the young man who was speaking of bis fiancee. “Well, I don't waqt to boast," he replied, “but she always gets a scat In a...
TORTURED WITH GRAVEL. Since Using Dean’* Kidney Pllla Not a Single Stone Has Formed. ' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
TORTURED WITH GRAVEL. Since Using Dean’* Kidney Pllla Not a Single Stone Has Formed. ' Capt. S. L. Crute, Adjt. Wm. Watts-, camp, U. C. V., Roanoke, Va., Bays:: &gt; "I suffered a kmc,, long time With mypack, . and feMr draggy and Hatleas and tired alb the time. I lost from my uanaV. weight, 226 toITO.. Urinary passages* were too frequent and I had to get up often at night. T""|Wl laaißwiiae and dizzy spells - , also, but my wont suffering was from renal cholic. After I began using Doan’s Kidney PlUa f passed a gravel stone aa trig as a bean. Since then I have never had aa attack of gravel, and have picked op to my former health and weight. 1 am a. well man, and give Doan’s Kidney Pills credit for It.’’ Sold-by all dealers. 60 centr a bat, Foster-Mllbum Co., Buffalo; N.’Y,
Thorough Jab. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
Thorough Jab. So Maltim, the trust magnate, has- (retired from business, has he? How moeto do yoa suppose he cleaned up?” “Everything In sight but hia record.” UOWAKI) K. BURTON, AS9AYER and CHEMIST, • LeadTtlle, Colorado. Specimen prices; Gold. Silver, Lead, d:UoM Silver. 76c; Gold, Me; Zinc or Copper, 11. Cy anide Teats. Mailing Kavelope* and full prlet list sent on application. Control and Unpin Work -ollclted. Reference: Carbonate national Bank.
And That’s s Fact. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
And That’s s Fact. "Of course, I am sorry for yon," saHfe tbe girl with tbe cold-storage begtt, “but I really cannot wed wltb yon. Itfo so bard to be poor.” “Ob, I don't know,” replied the ffcii«■opbical young man la the parlor «&lt;—tw "It isn't half as bard as It to to get rich.” Mothers will hod Mrs. Winslow's Southing Syrup the best remedy to nee for their children during ike teething period.
Forethought. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
Forethought. Suddenly Archie clapped his hand' on one of the upper packeta of hie waistcoat. "Crushed your cigars again, I lappose 2” said Miss Jarfmer, with a hawitching blush. “No. thank heaven I” exclaimed Archie, "I remember now that I put them in the other pocket before I came.”