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A Picnic on the Bclioon Route, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
A Picnic on the Bclioon Route, Ed iter of the Highland Park Herald: 4 know you* want to hear of all the good things happening In Highland Pari:, eo I am going to tell you about some things that happened our way, to the-Cumberland Presbyterian Sum day School of Highland Park. When Cur Superintendent returned from the East about two weeks ago he brought a beautlfm library for the Sunday School and many other things. I guess he wanted to make us glad to see him back. Yy'hen we got our mail last Sunday from the Sunday School postofflee there was a pile of it for each of us. But when it came to our picnic. Oh, my! it was most too good to talk about. We got the invitations from i .our P. O. last Sunday. If you haven’t j seen our postofflee Mr. Editor, you | ought to just step-over and take a peep at it. Our invitations said, "Meet at the church at '9 o’clock Tuesday morning,’’ and you may just be sure we were all there that could get there. I tell yCu, Mr. Editor, the ones that den’t get ...
PRELIMINARY WORK AT THE TONTO BASIN NEARLY ENDED Lake Twenty Miles Long—Los Angeiea Engineer Talks of Vast – I Project to Reclaim Arizona Land. ' i [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
PRELIMINARY WORK AT THE TONTO BASIN NEARLY ENDED Lake Twenty Miles Long—Los Angeiea Engineer Talks of Vast - I Project to Reclaim Arizona Land. ' i Los Angeles.—Roosevelt dam, at the month of the Tonto basin in Arizona, will hold back 1,500,000 acre-feet of water, or an amount equal to that required to cover 1,500,000 acres of ! ground with water twelve inches deep. These are the astounding figures recently arrived at by the government engineers in charge of the work on Tonto basin, according to Kenneth Shibley, a young Los Angeles engineer, who is here on a tur ; lough from the basin. Shibley, a graduate of the University of Southern California and Berkeley, is engaged in the draughting office and in a position to know of every step of j progress made on this, the greatest engineering feat the reclamation service of the government ever attempted. "Arizona is one of the greatest prospective agricultural districts in the country," said Mr. Shibley this morning. "There are thousands o...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Have You Seen Our Perfect Portable Bungalow? As a summer cottage;, , On the beach. In the mountains, C Temporary dwelling in the rear, Automobile carriage house. Store room or summer kitchen, Rainy-day playhouse for the children, Annexed sleeping rooms. Club houses, Real estate and suburban offices. Fruit and confectionery stands. Photograph and shooting galleries, Cabins for miners, 'hunters and fishermen, Ranch bunk houses. Voting precincts for cities and towns. Temporary quarters for schools and rhnrrhps «pc They stand the test and cannot be surpassed for the money. No trouble to show them. Let us talk it over with h&lt;sme REALTY CO.. Cor. Avenue 60 and Pasadena. Both phones. W. L Van Wf Ribtrf Rumdy Garvanza Hardware Company Cor. Atc. 64 end PMadeift Ave. Phone Kast 2376 A complete stock of —-r?* —= —p ■' ■. — Shelf and BuilderV Hardware, Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Refrigerators, Tin and Qranlteware, Paint and Oils, Garden Tools, Hose, Lawn Mowers, Screen Wire, Chicken W...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
We are SOLE AGENT'S in Highland Park for the Prescott-Smilh Tract On Monte Visra Street between Ave 53 and 54. The cheapest and best property in this locality for the mopey. WcMcke Fine KiiJ Proper! je Specialty • Notary PubMc POOR &amp; WING 5134 Pasadena Ave Phones East 531 home 39010 J. E. West . ' .«•.&lt; J Architect and, Mechanical Draughtsman runs drawn to order and specifications written to suit the requlreDients of prospective hutldurs. hsllruute® furnished. All at a very modoiate cost. Calt~Tn‘~ address ahove017# Me»a Avenue. Telephone Home 3913!). M. 11. CHAMBERLIN, M. D. , ■'V , Hours 3 to 5 • ' * - 4 ■ ■ ' • Office mt Residence, No. 130 Wfft f -avenue sft
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Back East Excursions *% • . , - . &gt; and many otlu*r points on same basis. Tickets good for return within ninety days Communicate at cnce with nearest Santa Fe Agent. A ± .Santa Fe w w V 19 r * * 9/ Oy*\ To Eastern Cities•' The usual low round trip rates to the east will be available, this season trom California and Nevada stations of the Salt Lake Route on account of various conventions as follows : Denver, Colo. B. P. 0.. Elks—Sell July 17, 18, 19. Return limit Sept. 30. Rate $55.00. Minneapolis, Minn. O. A. R. —Sell August 7, 8, and 9.—Return limit Oct. 31. Rate 870.00. Milwaukee, V\ Is. Order of Eagles—Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9.—Return limit Oct. 31. Rate 871.50. Also sell July 2 and 3—Return limit 90 days—Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9 and Sept. 8, 9, aud 10.—Return limit Oct. 31. Chicago, 111. • " 872.50—5t. Louis, Missouri* W7LSO. ■, St. Paul, Minn. 870.00 Minneapolis, Minn., 870.00. Kansas City, Mo. 860.00. Omaha, Neb., $60.00. Council Bluffs, la. ■* . ' 860.00 St. Joseph, Mo.. 860.00....
pSMi/I^W^p [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
pSMi/I^W^p An Eight-Sided Barn. , Here is a plan for a batn of the eightsided or octagon shape. This, octagonal Barn Is 25 feet on each side, providing accomomdatlon for about fifty head of cattle. There Is a considerable gain In floor space when the octagon form Is used Instead of the square form, the same amount ot wall enclosing a greater number of square feet. The main objection to an eight-sided barn la that It is difficult to fill with a hay fork or sheaf carrier. This may be largely overcome by■wemng'TTßdCiristr'onoTj'f the sides of the roof and running a track In rrom that height, which may l&gt;e extended to within 20 feet of the opposite wall. Tlie root requires to he self-supporting and to secure this the plates should bo bolted together at the comers aud held by a. band of Iron 4 feet long, bent to fit and solidly bolted bo that the corners can never spread. In the stable part tbe larger cattle should be assigned to tbe outer circle, tbe smaller ones to tbe Inner...
A Habit with Him. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
A Habit with Him. There wttH &amp; business man in a little Western town who never bad a good word for anybody. Every one held blm In more or less tear and many disliked him strongly. lie made up effort to cultivate friendships, and at one time or another almost every Inhabitant of the village had hart a quarrel with him. One day the old lion tried to board a train which did not stop. He was thrown a great distance and fell In a departing train. The group of villagers on the depot platform thought that their hereditary enemy had been killed before their eyes and were ready to drop all their hitter prejudices at the grave. One ran up tp where the fallen monarch' lay, and, seeing signs of returning ' life, anxiously asked: "Are you badly hurt, captain?” With the first short breath the fallen man was able to draw he gasped: “No, you d—d old fooll That’s the way I always get off a train.”—Kansas City Times.
Some Fact* About Bouton [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Some Fact* About Bouton Boston Is the second largest port In the United States. It Is the largest market for boots and shoes in the world. It Is the largest market for hides and leather hi the world. It is the largest market for wool In the United States. It is historically the most Interesting city In the country. It Is the great market of the country for domestic dry goods. It Is the’Vlchest city In the United' States In point of wealth per capita. Its annual output of .rubber boots and. shoes is 32,000.000 pairs, the largest In the United States. It has more people within a radius of fifty miles than any other city In the United States, excepting New York. It manufactures over $11,000,000 worth of clothing per annum.
Scriptural Proof. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Scriptural Proof. At a colored camp meeting In Carolina a testifying penitent referred to himself and his unconverted brothers as “niggers" In n spirit of abject humility which ho deemed well pleasing to his Maker. The presiding elder\who “ameaed” (his speech at proper Intervals finally threw out a gentle rebuke. “Call yo’se’f a culled pusson, brother,” he admonished Impressively. “Niggers is a Tertfi oh reproach Invented by proud white folks. Dey ain't no mention in de Good Book of niggers.” “Oh, yes, dey Is, parson,” the periltent contradicted solemnly. “Don't yon rec’lect de place \\;bar It tell about nigger Dcmus?”—Llpplncotfs Magazine.
BLOATED WITH DROPSY. . The Heart Was Badly Affected When the Patient Began Using Doan's Kidney Pills. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
BLOATED WITH DROPSY. . The Heart Was Badly Affected When the Patient Began Using Doan's Kidney Pills. fcs. Elizabeth Maxwell, of 415 West Fourth St.. Olympia, Wash., says: “For over three years I suffered with a dropsical condition without ■ being aware that Slt was due to kidney trouble. The early stages were principally backache and bearing down pain, but 1 went along with- ., out worry Ing much until dropsy set In. My feet and ankles swelled up, my hands puffed and became so tense I could hardly close them. I had great difficulty In breathing, and my heart would flutter with the least exertion. I could not walk far without stopping again and again to rest. Since using four boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills the bloating has gone down and the feelings of distress have disappeared.” Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.