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/..1 , ' . I^editorialsS Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
/.. 1 , ' \ . I^editorialsS Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. DON’T FISH IN THESE WATERS! |CHICAGO chap lost ss,ooo—ills pile—on the A stock market. "Tut not kicking,” he says. “Xow I can settle down to work again. I’Ve . , served my eonscrlptlou time —that's all. It’s just like' Europe. There every man lias to serve Ills time la the army; here every man has to give a part of Ids life to the financial, sharks.” , i. ..... Xo wan Is ever beaten so long as his pluck Is left. And there may be no real misfortune in the loss of even all a young man who imagines he can beat the “financial •hulks" at their own ;;;ime cannot be disillusioned too young. Tlie older lie is when he gets the lesson, the more he will lose-and the harder he will find it to recover. If his sad experience Impresses upon his mind effectually . the vital tact that si ceess depends upou—hustlo, not chance, he is getting the best possible return for his money. It is true that ail of us must contribute to t...
A SOCIAL DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
A SOCIAL DILEMMA. An old custom, bow obsolete. In the eoiiHuoreinl betels at England I* de- 1 scribed in the “Memoirs of Sir Wetnyss Belli.” Dinner was then served at 1 o’clock for the commercial travelers, and the youngest man present was expected to act as p, evident and to perform the convertk nal ditties. On one occasion Mr. Reid, theft a young man, arrived in the town of ’ Preston. He did not know a soul, hut was directed to an Inn, which he reached Just as' the 1 o'clock dinner was being served. .The coffee-room, when I entered It. was filled by co nmorelal travelers, all hovering wth hungry looks round the table that had beam laid for dinner. They seemed relieved- when I, us shy a youth ns could anywhere he found, .entered the room.' - Instantly the? seated themselves at the table. I looked round for some corner In which 1 might hide myself from what seemed to the to l.e their almost ferocious gar.o and was filled with alarm when I found that (he only seal left vacant wrs tha...
OVERSHOES IN GERMANY, Use of Till. Article la lucrsadne In Kal«er*a Ilcalm. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
OVERSHOES IN GERMANY, Use of Till. Article la lucrsadne In Kal«er*a Ilcalm. Consul Hurst, writing from Plauon. .iitileves it will be of Interest to American overshoe exporters to kuoir that American rubbers are scantily represented in that city, which possesses 103,000 progressive Inhabitants and has a climate resembling that-of the Xe.v England States. While the people do not employ this footwear to the extent prevalent In the y,nlted States, its use U Increasing, perhaps more for women and children than •o&gt; men. It Is a habit further encouraged by the advertising of domestic pioducers, and there is no valid, excuse vhy American rubber overshoes should not have an equal place with other makes. There are two manufacturing concerns that now dominate the market, one near Hamburg, the othei at St. Petersburg, which exports widely. The overshoe lu demand la rather low and heavily constructed, and all on sale hi Pliiuen are pointed In shape, following • the style of the shoe I...
K»m Seven Preacher Son*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
K»m Seven Preacher Son*. Seven son? of one mother In the ministry Is the record of the .Manor, family, of which the Rev. J. It. Mouer of Monesses, Pa..” Is a member. Five denominations have secured a pulpit supply from this family. Arrangements for a family reunion at which all of the preacher brothers win gather are being completed, and It will .he bald nt Me. Keesport In June. The Rev. Mr. Mouer is pastor of the Slonesgen United llrethren church. None of tl(e Mouer brothers has ever heard any of the others, preach, and during the'week they expect to be lu the reunion they will hold religious services and each will take his, part as leader at a meeting. The brothers have one sister. She Is the wife of a minister, and he will also attend the reunion. Philadelphia. North American.
Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
Reform. The bill was In danger and the general counsel of the corporation which It was designed to enrich hastily called In his legislative agent . “All the reform elements are against us,” he said, anxiously. "How are «» going to beat down such a formidable opposition?" - ■ . "Don’t try to beat ’em down. Paly ’em what they ask,” said Hie legislative agent, who in his day had seen a number of qulckenlngS of the public' conscience —Puck. , A farmer’s Idea of easy riches would be to cot bis farm up Into town lot» and sell every one of them.
ANQEL OF THE SKA. ' | PMlaatliroplo and KMldon W«k of a ConntMi. I [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
ANQEL OF THE SKA. ' | PMlaatliroplo and KMldon W«k of a ConntMi. I One of the most remarkable religious philanthropists of the world Is Adelaide, Countess Scbmmelman. The Countess Is 02 years old and her life story forms a remarkable romance. For many years she has devoted her life to the welfare of the fishermen and sailors of Germany and Scandinavia, and her name Is as well known among them and as deeply respected ns Is that of Miss Agnes Weston In, British ports. The work of the Countess among the miners of the Rhine district Is also n remarkable record, and It was while moving among these men that she bad frequent opportunities of hearing of Evan Roberts and the Welsh revival, and this Induced her to visit Wales. The Countess can, converse fluently la five languagesjpMfseveral dialects. The ease with which she changed her speech while working among the cosmopolitan population of Cardiff has been n matter of wonderment' One of the most re- markable meetings she has attended durin...
A Practical Imperative. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
A Practical Imperative. Even when at school In Mlddleboro, N. Y., General Leonard Wood was distinguished for his active and original mind. “Leonard,” said his teacher one morning when the class In grammar was reciting, “give me a simple sentence In the Indicative mood.” “The horse draws the cart,” came the prompt answer. . “Very good,” commended the teach-' er l “the horse draws the cart.” Now change the sentence to an emphatic imperative.” “Gee-up!” said young Wood.—Woman's Home Companion. I
The Tailor Kncir. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
The Tailor Kncir. “1 should like,” the man cautiously e-plained to bis tailor, “to have a little pocket, a very, very small pocket, one you could hardly see, you know, put ’soiuowhere.~say.-lu_Uie_luuu.ufjujt.-trou&amp;-ers or l» the waistband, eh, where it couldn’t be so easily found. You understand J” - ,“I see,” said the tailor. “You arc married, now.’’ J You may tell your wife the tilth; she'll find It out, anyway, .... .. .
TRUMPET CALLS. ■sWl Hm a WsiststWHS «• Iks tJ a redo eased. | [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
TRUMPET CALLS. ■sWl Hm a WsiststWHS «• Iks tJ a redo eased. | ) HERE may be things holler than humanity, I hot God has ncv'er shown them to us.' I How would those people who want to i be secret Christians , like* to wear secret crowns at last? Qod may often let a man go off with a blank shot before lie trusts him with a bullet They who have lived by Ills grace think only of Ills glory when the gravo draws near. 1 He who looks most keenly for little faults In others overlooks most easily the large ones In himself. Some of ns have to shed a good many tears over broken sand-banks before we ' loam to build mi the rorte —— It Is right to come just as yon are; but there's no merit In being able to' sing, “Just us I’ve always been.” When a man feels that he Is throwing away the money he gives to God, the chances are that he Is right about ItOne of the oldest tricks In the devil's bag Is to give a man an old heresy and make him think be has discovered a new truth.
BATTLE OF BIRD AND BEAST. Uawk, Squirrel uud Dok Mink Knvaffe lu Deadly Strife. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
BATTLE OF BIRD AND BEAST. Uawk, Squirrel uud Dok Mink Knvaffe lu Deadly Strife. ?-—-Rllent nuui owl In the black of night, the hawk glided law on whist wings across the little open space cleared by the fallen maple, paused an almost Imperceptible Instant above the unllstenlug squirrel and then, wings closed, dropped upon him with unerring talons. But for some strange reason the harrier seemed powerless to bear away his kill. While his angry, frightened screams drowned out the dying squeak of the squirrel he strove with great rattling wing strokes to get a purchase on the air, but could not. Over and over again he struck downward with his beak,-ap-parently at the squirrel, though of this, because of the blur of his whipping wings, I could not bo sure. In a moment he half toppled forward and then | | like a huge broLca-tVlngod partridge ho [ flopped about among the tangled colls cf T’::"ts, uttering meanwhile shrill screech on screnel! that seemed fairly to lacerate bis throat. i In b...
Cold Is a Minor Factor. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
Cold Is a Minor Factor. i Augustus Wadsworth declares that experience has shown cold to be a minor predisposing factor In the development of pneumonia. The huddling together of people In, close quarters Is of far more Importance, j The treatment of pneumonia In ifs present stage may be said to he cither very easy or impossible. A careful prophylaxis against disturbances of the digestive) tract Is of the greatest Importance. Many ways of attaining the same results present themselves and the choice In great measure rests with personal experience. The hope of definite results lies In the production of an efficient and specific antiserum. It Is known that poisonous substances are elaborated by the pneumococcus, hut so far the prcduetlon of an antitoxin corresponding to that used In diphtheria has not been obtained. Pneumonia, however, Is a baeteremle disease and as yet In none of this type have satisfactory results been secured In relation to antisera. The hope of success nevertheless I...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
m r.»r &gt;*.«,, oa oo White Swan Liniment The IJEST LINIMENT for RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS. BRUISES, LAME BACK, STIFF JOINTS, NEURALGIA, Etc. Vie Sell anil Recommend It. 1 • W. S. Prettyman &amp; Son Highland Park Pharmacy 5705 Pasadena Ave Phonos; East 595. Home 39105 &gt; -v i HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET LILLIE, MILLS » CO. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat Telephone Orders Promptly Attended To Phones j H0rn®39034 5725 Pasadena Ave Mrs. Cm Rm Heath Bin Pacadana Sam. ... M ILLIN E R Y... Our Prices Reasonable. Made Over Work a Specialty Cartful Attention OlVen to Ettery Order Five Year* at Gage’s, Chicago Holt Girt Decorating Pottery £ Going Cast on the Santa Fe You can visitquaint Moki Land, the Petrified Forest and the Grand Oanyon of Arizona The Editor’s New Shirt Did you ever stop to think why it is that we are spending money every week for spactv in this paper? Thfs week we’re paying enough to };et Mr. llandnll a new shirt, for this northeast corner. But there’s a r...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
. Rank of Highland Park a. W. £ GRIFFITH, Pres. J. W. JEFFREY. Vice Free. GRIN LIENTZ, Aclin* Cashier Dally I In 5 years Saving | a mounts to * .01 7r 20.00 In 10 years 1 In 20 years a mounts to | amounts to 45.00! f 115.00 Four per cent. Interest allowed on term savings accounts. Call and sec our new savings banks, ■-tvoo to all customers. Patronl/o your homo bank. All savings are invested, In mortgages on homes In High I and Park and vicinity Begin your account now. Home Phone 39228 Sunset E. 618 Highland Park Real Estate Home Realty Co 5 950 Pamadena Ave The Star Real Estate Co. S. A. WHEATON, E. B. RUSH Notary Public ? ■ We make a special effort to keep posted and In touch with all matters pertaining to realty throughout Highland Park, Garvanza, Hermvn and New York Valley, embracing forty-five tracts, to which now ones are constantly being added. We have taclli. ties at hand to show quickly, clearly aid cogClBely~every part aatt-pftrccl f Improved or unimproved, making ft specia...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Mr. Colby of the Highland Park grocery reports a rapid incerase In business and an additional delivery wagon will be placed on the streets within a few days. * . * ■ Highland Glen. tmaber hr soaring upward. It you want a “Perfect Portable Bungalow" at original prices, leave your order now with Home Realty Co., 5950 Pasadena avenue. Non-resident owners of property tdtould subscribe for the Herald In order to keep In touch with the progress that is being made In street Improvements and building. It costs but $1.50 for fifty-two visits of this paper each year, and any single visit is liable to be worth much more than the price to the resident or non-resident property owner. l(r. K'W. Hammack is building a ten-room two-story residence af 201 West Avenue 54. Hr. and Mrs. Me Millen of San Bernardino were visiting in Highland Park this week. Mrs. McMillen Is a sister of Mrs. Nellie Black and Mrs. C. H. Norton of West Avenue 56. Lot 74 In Palm Terrace has been sold ...
DON’T MISS THIS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
DON’T MISS THIS SALE. Here is the very best residence property ever put on the market for the money. We offer this property at $5OO per lot, $3O cash and $5 per month. This is the beautiful hill right In front of Avenue 58, two blocks south of Pasadena avenue. We have a good supply of water .#nd fine shade trees. I Sale commences Monday, July 23. I Only a limited number at this price. R. K. Davis, sole agent, on the ground, corner Benner street and Avenue 68.
Enlargement of Ave. 54 School. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
Enlargement of Ave. 54 School. A contract was let this week. by Chairman J. M, Guinn of the school board fcr the building of a large audition td the Ave. 54 school, on the west end, facing Ash street. Four large rooms will be added, at an expense of $10,405, J. W. Nelson being the contractor. Mr. Guinn informs the Herald that 4he sloyd room and other departments now in the basement will be moved up Into the new rooms, W’hero health conditions are much better. The enrollment at this school last term was over 450, and the building was much crowded.
BACK EAST EXCURSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
BACK EAST EXCURSIONS. ~The Santa Fe will make thetollowlng cheap excursion rates to Eastern cities on August 7, 8 and 9: Chicago and back 572.50 S(. Louis and back ~t. ..$07.50 Denver and back .. .$55.00 Kansas City and back $OO.OO St. Paul and back ......... i 570.00 Minneapolis and back $70.00 Omaha and back $OO.OO .New York»and back $108.50 Boston and back .* T. t.5109.50 Memphis and hack . ; $07.50 These excursion tickets are good' on the California Limited and a stop can be made to visit the Grand Canyon on either the going or return trip. They are limited to October 3i for the return trip. Ask Mr. McGee at No. 384 South •Spring street if you desire more details, and make your sleeping car reservations early.
The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
The Churches. t Highland Park Christian Church, I corner Avenue 5S and Monte Vista j- street — Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. | Preaching service at 11 a. ra., followed ! by observance of Lord’s Supper. Christian Endeavor at C:45 p. m. : Evening evangelistic service at 7:30. Mid-week prayer service on Wednesday evening at 7:45. All are cardlany invited to attend. J. I, Myers, pastor, 201 West Avenue 50. I i -. Highland Park M. E. church, Rev. J. Alfred Jackson, M. D., pastor. Sunday services: Sunday school and Bible class, 9:45 a. m. Preaching service, ill a. m. Epworth League, 0:46 p. M. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Service on Wednesday evening at 7:30. The pastor, Dr. Jackson, Is I making these services a-special feature by a systematic exposition of the four gospels, beginning with Matthews gospel. Junior Epworth League every Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. . Presbyterian Church—Preaching every Sunday at 11 el. na. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. ml; Christian Endeavor. Senior S...