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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
rtelephone This Hot Weather •IT f Our messenger will deliver anything you order. Our reputation for supplying ns good goods to telephone and mail orders as to personal ones is your guarantee. You ‘won’t care for the guarantee after the first order. W. S. Prettyman &amp; Son 'Highland Park Pharmacy 5705 Pasadena Ave Phones: East 595. Home 39105 - ‘ i * * it HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET ULtie, MILL* A 00. »- Fresh, Salt and Smakad Meat TttcpkoM Orders Prmptljr Alluded I* • !E«m®39o3A 6725 Puadtni Ava Mrs* C* R* Heath Bin *a»mdana Ava. ... M I LLI N ERY.7. ..■.tit;' "' Our Prices Reasonable. Made Over Work a Specialty Attention Given to Every Order Five Year* at Gage’s, Chicago Molt Glii Decorating Pottary % IS Oolng East on tho Santa Fa You can visitquaint Moki Land, the Petrified Forest and the —, — Brand 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 space in this paper? Thfs week we’re paying enough to ge...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
&gt;: ***&amp; .&amp;%i h* m. Sank of Highland Park term pavings aecmwts. ■ Call and see our now savings banks, | free to all customers. Patronise your home bank. All savings arc Invested in mortgage* on in Highland Pork and vicinity Bogin your account now. Home Phone 39228 Sunset H. 618 Highland Park Real Estaie Home Realty Go SOOI Monte Vlata Si The Star Real Estate Co. &gt;' E. B. RUSH S. A. WHEATON, Notary Public We make a special effort to keep posted and in touch with all matters pertaining to realty throughout Highland Park, Garvanza, Herai'n and Nfew York Valley, embracing forty-flve tracts, to which new ones are constantly being added. We have facilities 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 or . prospective. STAR REAL ESTATE CO. 5809 Pasadena Ave. Phones East 1380—Home 39297. Are you going to the beach this sum...
vUB ARMY IN GRAY. iINCLI SAM’S LITTER CARRIE** NUMBER 22,000. iher Work la l,aoo ClttM ui T*wa«—Present Sr»t«m Da* to Saaoot Cox’* Effort,- -Cmrrylaa *Se Mall la lkr«sro>v*' r I [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
vUB ARMY IN GRAY. iINCLI SAM’S LITTER CARRIE** NUMBER 22,000. iher Work la l,aoo ClttM ui T*wa«— Present Sr»t«m Da* to Saaoot Cox’* Effort,- -Cmrrylaa *Se Mall la lkr«sro&gt;v*' r I The most rapidly Increasing army tbs United States government has Is an nrmy In „ray. It started with hardly a handful of men over forty years ago. Its ranks have grown steadily, never thinning In times of profound peace. Now these men In gray are quite a third as many as the government's regular military estab- &amp; cox. llshment on land. They are the letter carriers In almost ted Ftates. Their number Is .iow up-, proximo tely -22,000. To be exact, according to the lust official «ount, they were 21,778. They have doubled nu- ' meftdliUi' In the last fifteen years. In the very last year—'which In postoffice parlance means the last fiscal year—they Increased almost 5 per cent, which Is a very large Increase. Could they all be marshalled on Boston Common from their 1,200 towns and cities t...
Personal Proof. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Personal Proof. ■ The visitor to Mr. Nutrltch—Tour floors are beautiful. This Is hardwood. Isn’t It? . Mr. Nurttch—Guess It must be. I slipped down on It seven times. It seemed hard. —Cleveland Plain Dealer. Any man who sticks up for bis friends only when they are present la a sneak. More often than not the . foils to win oat Particularly lmpre*Med Her. “You a I the concert last night, were you ?”Ttrrld the next door neighbor, “flow did you like it?” “It was splendid,” said Mrs. Lapaling. “They played one overture, with a wabbly ghetto by the violinist, that was the finest thing I ever heard in my Ufa.”
Ha 111 i. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Ha 111 i. Proudly the young naotorman, who wai about to be married, strode down the aisle, while the people in the pews craned thoir necks and rubbered, aa it were, at the happy pair. "Xo stopping on the way now. Bertha,” he whispered to her. "Our follower is climbing right over u»!”—Chicagc Tribune. Mother* will ntd Mr*. ' W|n*low*« dootb tng Byro|r the heet remedy to n»e for their children daring the teething period.
Uncle Allen. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Uncle Allen. —“We ougbta’t_ta j)verdo.Jhl* Inypsti-, gating bnsinesa,” intimated Uncle Allen Sparka. “Some of these days the people, observing that the general health of the country is better than. it ever was. will come to the conclusion that canned dirt !■ wholesome and will prefer it.”
Symptomatic. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Symptomatic. Mrs. Sharpe—My dear, our daughter Is thinking of marrying that Impecunious Mr. Noeoyne who calls on her occasionally. Mr. Sharpe—Gee whiz! Did she tell you so? Mrs: Sharpe—No, but she told me to-day that she thought she could be qf.so much help to me If she learned to cook aiid wash and Iron and darn socks.—Cleveland Leader.
Indefliiitoly Postponed- [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Indefliiitoly Postponed- She was an economical, Industrious and ambitious young wife, a writer In the New York Tribune says, and often tried to persuade her husband to gl»" up smoking. One day she pointed out to him. In exact figures, how much he spent on tobacco In the course; of a year. "And you would be better off,” she said, "mentally and physically, as well ns financially, without your pipe.” “Bpt ail great men have smoked,” he urged. . "Well,” slip, said, "Just promise me that you’ll give up -smoking till youtre great. I’ll be unite satisfied.” r _
A WONDERFUL GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
A WONDERFUL GROWTH. Curlooa DMilh W Ilamu Hair aa ■UtmM br Mleroaeope. A study of ttM U«|r will afford novelty to many. It Is so common a substance, And exhibits each a pi eager Information to the unaided vision,.e)pat few people "suspect It to be worthy of prolonged attention. Yet each balr of the human body la a, wonderful growth, full of jmsionrHetalls. - The ha)re pf animals differ to considerably, one from the other, that a practiced mtcroscoplst can determine, upon viewing a single hair handed to him for Inspection, from what creature It had been plucked. The hair of the human specimen sprouts from a tiny pit formed In the skin. Its socalled root Is really a greasy bulb, occupying the cavity referred to, like an egg-shaped ball of fat, from which arises a tube with a sharp and well- | defined shell, as It were, terminating at i Its utmost extremity in a point. This ! tube Is filled for the greater part of Its 1 length with a pulpy matter, which may be compared with rdth In pla...
Scores on Insurance Men [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Scores on Insurance Men "Insurance adjusters are about ns clever and ‘smooth’ as any class of mea fo be found,” said an old-time merchant the other day. “Their logic Is always oiled and ready to run without the least friction. Once, however, one of the tribe got Blii&gt;i&gt;ed up oft. Ills logic got sidetracked on a derailing switch. I was running a country store which was destroyed by Are. The adjuster came along and then came the battle to get a settlement satisfactory to both sides. We were going over the Items burned-hi the basement. ‘Now, —wba t else was there?’ asked the adjuster. “ There were twenty bushels of p&lt;tatoes which I paid 25 cents a bushel for, but at the time they were worth 80 cents a bushel/ “ ‘Hold on,’ said the Insurance man. ‘We're only paying you for what you lost. No Inflated values go. They .cost you $5. What else?’ " There were four barrels of apples which bad rotted on my hands and T ,was going to throw out that'day.- The Are p...
Dogra and Men. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Dogra and Men. "The overage dog Is better than the average man,” says the Greenlenf Sentinel. "Da a dog a favor and he will never forget It. He will be your lifelong friend thereafter. This does not apply-to one dog or two dogs, but to all dogs. Do a man a favor and he may remember It and be your lifelong friend thereafter. Some will go back on yon and do yoH' dlft lirßW'Uiluiiter after you have done them a Some are only your friends so long ns you are In shape to do them favors, (let Into trouble and many will verbally sympathize with you, but only a few will show their friendship In a sub stnntlal ‘manner. If a man Is not n true friend, there Is very little ie.*l nobility In his makeup. ‘The more we see of some men. the more we think of dogs,’ as Madame de Stael said” Kansas City Journal.
Uncle ECben. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Uncle ECben. “Frtendo,” said Uncle Ebon, “Is a good deal like mushroom*. It’s often liurd to tell-de difference between de good ones an’ de bad ones until It’s everlastingly too late.”—Washington Star. Some people are so unfortunate that their troubles make people laugh Instead of ctr.