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Knconraarlnir Him. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Knconraarlnir Him. The Young Man (ardent. But bashful) —Miss Hopei I shall try to show you that I am not —er —as big a 'fool ns I seem. You mustn’t judge me oy appearances. The Young Woman —Certainly-not, Mr. Wrightsort. Yoii don’t make your appearances here often enough for that. 11-r-r-r: In summer garb, and with new straw hat. The commuter fared forth from his flat, As chipper ns you please. Swiftly the “dummy” bore him to town— But swifter dropped the mercury down Some 25 degrees. Mothers will ,flpd Mrs. Wlnslow’i Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use tor their children during the teething period.
” taru:e ' for Ifa'‘ Acre. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
” taru:e ' for Ifa'‘ Acre. Old Jacob Wyckoff, a farmer whose place was Just outside of town, had made a present of bis largest yellow pumpkin to the editor of the village paper, end the editor wrote an Item acknowledging the gift. But unfortunately the office boy who put It In type got It mixed with an Item announcing the birth of a baby In the family of another subscriber. This Is the way It appeared in print: Our old friend, Harry Townsend, Is celebrating the arrival of a fine boy at ills house! The newcomer Is the very Image of Its father. It Is one of the largo corn-field variety, with huge bumps all over It and weighs fifty-six pounds. There Isn’t a flaw In It anywhere, except a dent made by our fool office boy; and that doesn’t matter, as we,, are going to cut It un at once.
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. ...... Christian Science Mother—Eleanor, what is the matter? Christian Science Child-—Oh, mamma, I got a terrible error of the mind In my stomach. —Medical Journal. Shadbolt—l had such a funny dream last night. Dluguss—What was It? 'Shadbolt—l dreamed that I asked you for the money you owed me and you i paid ft.—Chicago Tribune. First Citizen—Then we both believe ; In,,municipal ownership. Second Cltljzen—Yes, but we differ bn the point i of which party should own the muulcl- | polity.—Yonkers Statesman. -- "Well,** said the tailor, *T can make | —what do the two prices mean?” nsked Slopay. “Cash or credit,” replied [the tailor.-—Philadelphia Press. “Pa, what Is being Independently rich?” “Oh, It’s being so rich that you can wear old clothes —without being afraid people will think you can’t afford i ue "’ ones.”—Chicago Record-Herald. Customer—That hair tonic you sold |me Is a humbug. Yoja guaranteed It to restore hair after everything eUe fall- ! ed. Barber —Well, maybe you 'didn...
Celerity. 1 ttf »? !.i »i.„ ir L [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Celerity. 1 ttf »? !.i »i.„ ir L "Young man,” said the policeman, stepping in front of the automobile, “ywb&lt; will come along with me to the police station.” “What for?” demanded the chauffeur, who was sure he had not been traveling faster than six miles an hour. “Exceeding the speed limit.” “ “Great Scott! Exceeding the speed limit! Why ” "Yes, sir—in getting married witboot waiting for your divorce. You’re wanttii on a charge of bigamy.”
The Back Fnfcnc. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
The Back Fnfcnc. "Whnt Is that you are playing?" ««' ask our friend, who is pumping ' pianola. “That's a Bock fugue,” be say*. “It doesn’t sound much like Back” "I didn’t say Bach. I said BSlf* “Back?” “Yes, B-a-c-k—Back.” “Never beard cf such a”— "Of course not. It’s my own Meat. [ do it by running a porous plaster through the pianola.”—London Scraps.
Too Slow. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Too Slow. Sir John Franklin had made up kte mind to discover the northwest passage. “I can’t wait forever for the Panama canak” he said. Glancing at the latest dispatches froes Washington and ascertaining, to hi* disgust, that there was another deadlock as to the question of the type of canal to bs adopted, and that Senator Morgan was about to make another speechf be gavs orders for the immediate fitting out of tbs expedition.
Accounted For. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Accounted For. Mrs. M.’s patience was much tried by a servant who bad a habit of standing around with her mouth open. Ob» day, as the maid waited upon table, her mouth was open as usual, and her mistress, giving her a severe look, said: "Mary, your mouth is open.” “Yessum,” replied Mary, "I opened It”
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
HelplHelp! Fm Fatting Thus cried the hair. And a kind neighbor came to the res-' cue with a bottle of Ayer’s Hair Vigor. The hair was saved! This was because Ayer’s Hair Vigor is a regular hair medicine. Failing hair is caused by a germ, and this medicine completely destroys these germs. Then the healthy scalp gives rich, healthy hair. /The best kind of a testimonial—- “ Sold lor over sixty years.” or 00., Lowell, Man. faoturora of SARSAPARILLA. PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL. M Kade by &lt;7.0. Ay /W AUO m.nu /lyers F|l S Vitas’ Dance and all Nervous Dls1a ■ eases permanently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer Hend'forFßEE P trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Kline, Ld.. 931 Arch Bt.. Philadelphia, Pa. B A A The Kind \ r ou Have Always Bought has borne th© signature of Cbas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. AUow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” hr© but Experiments, and endanger the h...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
CHAS. L SAUER, GRAND ■ PERUNA STRENGHTENS THE ENTIRE SYSTEM Mr. Chas. L. Sauer, Grand Scribe,. Grand Encampment I. O. O. F. of Texas, and Assistant City Auditor, writes from the City Hall, San Anton-, io, Texas: ' “ “Nearly two years ago I accepted is position as secretary anrt treasure*' with one of the leading dry goods establishments of Galveston, Tex. “The sudden change from a high and dry altitude to sea level proved to 6 much for me and 1 became affloted with catarrh and cold in the head,and general debility to such an extent an to almost incapacitate me for attending to my duties. "I was Induced to try Penina, aadt alter taking several bottles in small I doses I am pleased to say that I wan; entirely restored to my normal condition and have ever since recommended the use of Penina to my friends:’ ' Grown and brldgdSTERUNG work. Perfect fitting nruncTo plates, Surgical detfOERTISTS tistry, without pain, sth A yob Los Angeles . " c °o n mW!^ NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED. HO YOU WANT...
NEW YORK VALLEY RAILROADr ' DIRT SOON TO FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
NEW YORK VALLEY RAILROAD—r ' DIRT SOON TO FLY. Monday night’s meeting at Wood’s Hall, of people Interested In the result of the efforts to get an electric railway for the New York Valley, brought cut a large attendance. ’ The ladles were present Jn good numbers. A refreshment committee consisting of Mrs. Schemenau, Mrs. Elsey, Mrs. Grafener, Mrs. Rush and -Mrs. Weaver furnished a delightful repast of ice cream and cake of many kinds, so that the men present were enthused to such an extent that it was an easy matter to raise the $4OO still required to make good with the railroad company. Mr. Weaver gave an Interesting report of his year’s efforts to overcome prejudice, fanaticism and holdups In securing the right-of-way, and wore the satisfied smile of the successful warricr*cn the bloodless Held of battle. It Is up to the railroad company how, as every requirement made by them has been complied with. The dirt will no doubt soon begin to fly.
NEW TROLLEY TO VERDUGO FROM CAGLE ROCDC LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
NEW TROLLEY TO VERDUGO FROM CAGLE ROCDC LINE. Glendale. —The City Trustees at their last regular meeting passed a resolution in favor of abdndonlng Verdugo read, for the purpose of granting to the Los Angeles Railway Company a private right of way, thirty feet in width, on which to construct a double-track electric line from the Eagle Reck line through the Workman ranch to Verdugo Park. The line would connect with the Eagle Reck line near Eagle Rock .'■choolhouse, and the Eagle Rock line will be extended through the Johnson ranch to Pasadena, and then, if a franchise Is secured from Glendale west to Ivanhce, the Los Angeles Railway Company will have no trouble In getting to the beach by Hollywood. This will give the Pasadena people a new scenic route, and will be the most direct line between that city and tjhe beach.
Christian Convention to Meet in Long Beach August 9-19. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Christian Convention to Meet in Long Beach August 9-19. The annual convention of Christian churches of Southern California and Arizona assembles at Long Beach on August 9-19 th. This assembly has learned to call “The Chautauqua City by the Sea" Its home. Last year It; was the occasion of bringing thousands together. Its sessions always prove most interesting and attractive to citizens and tourists, regardless of denominational affiliations. The program of this year will prove especially attractive. The chief speaker for the ten days will be Prof. Herbert L, Willett, Ph, D., of Chicago University, a man widely known as a Bible lecturer. Prof, Willett Is a papular Bible lecturer before the international Christian Endeavor Conventions. Many will remember his work at the groat Endeavor Convention In San Francisco in 1898. and at Detroit in 1899. The Endeavor World says: "Probably there Is not In Amer-' lea a finer teacher of the literature of the Bible than Dr.—Willett.” Rev. Chester P....
BEAUTIES OF NATURE. (For The Herald! [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
BEAUTIES OF NATURE. (For The Herald! As I gaze thru the mists and shadows, I Out over the meadows ami rills, I see far out in the distance | Mountain peaks, valleys and hills. High and noble they are towering. Covered by nature's gayest hue. Tall pines so stately are bowing, Shadowed by mists so grey and Blue. Mt. Wilson —very proudly he stands, Surrounded by a halo of glory The beauties of nature so grand. While to the left Echo Mountain is towering In all his beauty and majesty grand. Then on up the mountain we reach Alpine Tavern. Guided there as tho by an unseen hand. Then what do we see as we turn to the right? Dear Old Baldy, clothed in'spotless white. While down -at his feet, In the valley far below Golden hearted popples nod.to and fro. They wink at the’stars, they bow at the moon, For as evening shadows fall, they get sleepy so soon. Then up In the morning with the sun’s bright day, They have a sweet smile for all passing their way. - . T.-,, ' " ■ The blue-eyed violets are...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Sunday school at the Christian church at 9:45 a.m. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a.m. and 7; SO p.m. Christian. Endeavor at C: 45. All are welcome; Good singing. - ■— -■ - * ‘ For real good goods see the* Acme Grocery, 5723 Pasadena avenue. _ Mrs,. Robt. E. Reading of 341 West Avenue 52 is again at home after a very pleasant visit of ten weeks with relatives and friends in Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. Dr. M- H. Chamberlin has opened an office at his residence, No. 130 West Avenue 55, and will practice his profession here. See card in another column. Dr. Chamberlin comes from Monrovia to make his permanent home In Highland Park, and is highly recommended by the people of his former home. Cement curbs have been laid throughout the Grider &amp; Hamilton tract. At the Methodist church Sunday morning a number were in attendance from Dr. Yoakum’s Plsgah home and there were testimonials of re-' markable cures which haver been wrought at this institutio...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
*T ' St ' The right of way is secured. The car line assured. In a short • month or-so»the -dirt will be flying,, jails-will go.down and glide up and down this beautiful vajley. Then watch it grow and blosspin as a rose. Street work will be done, water will be piped to ever / lot. Gas will go in; asc car fare is assured by the street car officials; the running time will be shorter to First and Spring streets than the Garvanza line is now, and —*■ Right Now is the Time to Buy Don t zvait till the car runs and the prices go soaring up, as they surely -will du. ■ I have some fine level lots right on the car line, also on the streets adjoining, for $4OO (no more or less) at $25 down and $lO per month. Nozv is your chance to make money; Don't wait another day. Come to my office today and I will show you the property and you will .see at a glance the money there is to be made right here. v i also have several fine lots on New York street near Ash, the coming boulevard of the New York Valle...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HERALD Local NewS of Highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Hill Park, Hermon, Mt. Washington, Eagle Rock and New York Valley ' VOL. 2, NO. 6. HIGHLAND PARK, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY. JULY 21,1906 Published Weekly: 11.50 per year; 16c per month
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
Perseverance and perspiration have overcome more "obstacles in life than any other pair of virtues. When a man has no good reason for doing a thing, he has one good reason for letting It go undone. There Is nothing so important as a man’s amusements. They color his whole life, his ways of thought and his manner of Voting. ; : San Francisco Is so thoroughly soaked with graft and corruption that the relief committee’s bills for automobile hire exceeded the amounts spent for meat or bread for the refugees. The dismal failure ot the outfall sewer Is a sample of the present Incompetent official regime. What further argument do the people need to convince them that the City Hall needs a cleaning out from cellar tp garret? The primaries of .Aug. 14th will determine wh’ether this county and state Is to be misgoverned for the next four years. Remember, voters, your wisdom In the selection of these apparently unimportant delegates is really the key of the whole situation. The Hammel wave for ...
REMOVAL OF METHODIST CHURCH DELAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
REMOVAL OF METHODIST CHURCH DELAYED. The Methodist people will be much disappointed to learn that on account of the passage of a new law by the special session of the Legislature, the proceedings in court with reference to the removal of the church to the new site on* Ash street will have to be repeated In order to make the action legal. Trustee Cortelyou advises us that it will be necessary to readvertise and obtain permission of the court to sell the property on Avenue 50.