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Bm T«t. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Bm T«t. This is simply an enclosure made of wire gauze or cloth or both which we can place over the hive and in whieh we work as we are called to manipulate the bees. The cover is supported by a light frame. The one which I usually used is about six feet each way. This also seems to quiet the bees. In this enclosure they seeem to lose all disposition to sting. This also serves to prevent robbing in case we must handle our bees when they are not gathering any honey. In times of working with bees that have foul brood, an oil cloth covering the whole space of the bee tent as a floor will greatly lessen the danger of spreading disease. 1 would not think of keeping bees without such a tent. Italian Carniolan bees are far more amiable than are black ones. For tbit reason, if for no other, I should always keep one of these races. The} have other.merits that make them desirable. —Cal. Cultivator.
PrevcatMS of Poottiy Diaouci. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
PrevcatMS of Poottiy Diaouci. Among poultrymen the idea is steadily gaining ground that success in doctoring fowls for disease is a very serious misfortune, because it prompts the ponltryman to adopt a wrong basis and a bad footing to work upon. Having once succeeded he acquires the habit of fussing and drugging with the inevitable result that the birds contract the habit of getting sick. In general, the measure of success in this direction will be the exact measure of misfortune; for it means increased number of sick fowls. On the other band, lea4ing poultrymen everywhere agree With the prominent physicians that prevention is the one universal practical basis. They therefore strive to keep their birds in perfect health by every reasonable and practical precaution with respect to sanitation, ventilation, exercise, light, shade, food, water, etc., and to management ii general. They reason that health} hens are happy hens and only such an profitable to keep.—Orange Jude Farmer. &a...
TW Can tf Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
TW Can tf Cattle. Tbe Connecticut Commissioner of Domestic Animals examined 3603 for tuberculosis last year, and oondemed 587, allowing an average value of •1164. The commissioner says it has been his aim .to impress upon tbe owner tbe fact that the manger lately occupied by a tuberculous animal is almost sure to become contaminated and that a healthy animal would be likely to contract the disease it permitted to occupy the stall and eat from the mvnger before they had been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. He adds “six good rules, ” viz: ‘‘Admit as much sunlight as possible into the stable. “Whitewash the walls, ceilings and stanchions at least once every year. “Use commoon sense about turning i cows out from a warm bam to stay I in inclement weather. “Make every cow in the herd occupy the same stall every time. “Cleanse and disinfect thoroughly after removing a tuberculous animal. “When you discover symptoms of tuberculosis, promptly call a veterinarian and have the animal exami...
Can el th* Flack. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Can el th* Flack. i The American Shepherds Bulletin very timely nays, “It is impossible to lavish too much cal's and attention on u flock of breeding ewes and these animals will respond to good care and good feed more quickly, perhaps, than any other animals. While sheep seem to like dry Cold, or at least are well pre|&gt;ared to stand it, they cannot endure cold, rainy weather without suffering. They need plenty of exercise however, and should, if possible, be fed outside, sheds being provided for them during inclement weather. As to the ewes have plenty of it and’uxligulsr intervals. Change of food'UN|jw'&gt;urT important For roughage, Blover hay, cbm, fodder and oat straw are the best Of these, clover hay is the most nutritive, oat straw being next In value. Corn, oats and bran are the best concentrated feeds. 'About*half a pound of a mixtare of these should be used dally in connection with the roughage. Corn being the most nutritive of these, a smaller quantity w...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Who will suggest a method by which a healthy competition may bo entered ipon by our people in beautifying lawns, gardens and vacant lots? Ibere is room for more work of this kind. If some cross street, like Avo:me 52, for instance, shall organize an improvement association, taking in its residents from one end to the other, and determine upon a plan to beautify that street harmoniously, and make it outshine all the others, property value on Avenue 52 will soon respond to the magic wand. Other avenues would respond quickly, and the whole place would be the gainer. Hermou Free Methodist church, corner Avenue 58 and Walnut Hill avenue, G. W. Griffith, pastor. Order of services: Sundays preaching) at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m.; class meeting at 12:15 p. m., and Bible class at 6:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Thursdaya at 7 ;30 p. m. Seats free. Strangers welcome. B. F. Yoakum, chairman of the executive board of the directorate of the Rock Isl...
Annexation Meeting at the Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Annexation Meeting at the Bank. The citizens ai Park are taking steps to have the outlying districts to the east and north of this beautiful and popular suburb annexed to the city)* On Wednesday afternoon quite a number of the representative men of Highland Park and Garvanza met in the parlor of the Bank of Highland Park to discuss the subject - . A petition is now being circulated to annex a large district lying between Los Angeles and Hollywood to the city, and the purpose of the preliminary meeting in Highland Park was to initiate a like movement in this locality, and if possible come in at the same election. A committee of three was elected to investigate and locate the proposed outline boundary of the district to be annexed, and a committee of one elected to employ a competent person to write the legal description after the same has been approved. - • .. Mr, Griffith was elected as treasurer to receive subscriptions and money to defray the necessary expenses. Forty dollars was ...
Curol CHe» Fukaa [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Curol CHe» Fukaa Chicago.—The government, through District Morrison, caused the issuance of twelve subpoenas for as many men who are prominent in the packing industry. The subpoenas cite the men to appear at the trial of the packing corporations, which is set for September 10. The men for whom they wfere issued are J. Ogden Armour, Arthur Meeker, C. W. Armour, P. A. Valentine, 8. .A. Roberts, L. A. Carter, Edward F. Swift, C. F. Swift, D. E. Hartwell, A. H. Veeder, Robert McManus ~ and Arthur Evans.
Settief Heat, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Settief Heat, A writer in the seventeenth century gives interesting directions on how to set a hen. Among other things he says: The best time to set hens, to- have the beat, largest and must kindly chickens, is in February, in the increase of the moon so that she may hatch or disclose her chickens in the increase of the next moon. It is held a brood of March chickens is worth three broods of any other; you may set hens from March till October, and have good chickena, but not after by any means, for the winter is a great enemy to their breeding. “A hen doth sit twenty-one dales, just, and then hatcheth, bat peahens, turkies, geese ducks and other waterfoule sit thirty; so that if you set your hen, as yon may doe upon any of their eggs, you set her upon them nine dales before yon set her upon her owne. _, , “A hen will - cover nineteen eggs well, and that is the most in true rule she should cover but upon what number soever yon set her, let it be odde, for so the egge will lie round, ...
M. E. Church, East Avenue 56 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
M. E. Church, East Avenue 56 Regular services as follows: Sunday morning, 11‘o’clock; evening, 7:30; Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Epwortli League, 6:45 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. ’ y- • Holiness Church.—Sunday school, 10 a.m.; Preaching, II a.m.; Young People’s meeting, 7:16 p.m. ; evening Strvlce, 8 p.m.; prayer meeting. Wednesday, 8 p.m. Home prayer meeting, Friday, 2 p.m. Hev. Teal, pastor. Church of the Angela, Episcopal— A ve#4. Rev. Milton d. Kuukle, B. D., vicar. ‘ Regular services every Sunday at II o’clock and S o’clock. Sunday school at 9:80 at San Raphael block, cor. A ve. 64 and Pasadena ave. 'lbis church is the Bishop’S chapel All persoui are welcome to the services of Oils church. Rectory phone 39288. All Saints’ Chapel, West Avenue 56 andtAsh street, Highland Park, —Rev. Archibald G. L. Trew, D. D., pastor. Sunday services: Morning prayer or litany, U a.m., evening prayer, 7:30 p.m.; Holy Communion, first and third,.Sundays at 11 a.m., second, fourth and ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
-■-* ■ * r u- fv U ■ v; 5 * . fT v,f. ■' ' ? , r&lt;if r*’^ '«*«ss Vw*V*. ’ IV . 44 ■■* V '■ . $ The Cream of Highland Park” r~ ■ Exclusively High Grade Residence Property ■■ A LOCATED Ou the finest hill site in Highland Park, commanding a as • SUPERB VIEW of entire Los Angeles, Pasadena, Garvanza, Eagle Rock and Hermon. The view of the mountains from this tract is beautiful beyond description. STREET CAR SERVICE This is absolutely the only hill property* in this section on the car line, being on the University-Garvari-za line and two blocks from the Pasadena line, 25 minutes ride from First and Spring. Seven minute service, five cent fare. I' : Y. J 67 HSJtL 63 C2SL 69 70 73 -r • * i *1 4. met. * js To* k 67 • 66 • LOU ■A S 331 SO 60 ■ .. , 6' * \ s w n 33 i s* S3 29 300 es &lt;22 12 22 r£RRAC£ OR/rC ML. 60 % x to IMPROVEMENTS Will be of the highestfclass including all street work, terracing the lots, planting handsome palms throughout the tract, and putting in cobb...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Ed. Rath returned Thursday from the trip north with the' Southern California athletes. Ed. got a third out of Stanford and a second from Berkeley In the two mile events. Hugh A. Cllett, late, with Gunther's, Chicago, IS now with the Arroyo, 5711 Pasadena avenue, and you may be sure he will make It an emporium of beverages ranking with the famous Chicago caterer’s place. Mrs. Cllett and children have arrived, and the family is occupying the old golf club house at Walnut Hill. Call and see the clean and thrifty yock of ornamental trees and shrubs which Joseph Weaver, the nurseryman, has on hand at 6000 Pasadena avenue. He can suit both your taste and your pocket book. Mr. P. Ink la now one of the firm of Lillie, Mills ft Co., the Highland' Park Meat Market. Any statement he may make you will find to be correct. When noted travelers from round j the world declare they never tasted I meat equal to that kept by the Highland Park Market, you must not be surprised,...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
• I I 111 I IUWSMMViMWWWWMmA Your Property List it with Us Our facilities are Unsurpassed Our experience insures satisfaction to both buyer and seller. CARI fi PAf KAPH 5600 PASADENA AVENUE 1 “■ ■-* VI • 1 nv lw rv VWWWVMVSAA^t^IWVVWVWW East 521. Hone 39033 Annandale Heights LARGE FULL SIZED LOTS, NOT TOY LOTS Located on Eagle Rock Avenue near the beautiful foothills between Garvanza and Eagle Rock. Nine hundred foot elevation. The lots are all good size, FIFTY Feet in Width and Good length. * Manj’ of them are two hundred feet long. The soil is decomposed granite, rich and free from adobe. :: :: :: :: - PRICES ARE $lOO AND UP - Terms are one tenth down and $5.00 per month. All streets are graded and oiled. Water on every street. :: :: Crites, Myers &amp; Kulli '“oarVanm 64 ■■■■*■ll ' -I— I ... Highland Park Building Company * NO CHARGE FOR PLANS OR , ESTIMATES Phone East 756 Ss3B Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. J Highland Park Terrace The finest of the Highland Park Hill Tr...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Phone flume 39312 SUnxet Phone E. IMS. , 5711 Pxxadenu Are. h f.. ARROYO .... OAtcmmo.. —- Ice Cream, Candle*, Cigars, Stationery and All Magazines Ice cream delivered in any quantity. Chocolate and vanilla always on hand. Any other kind or kinds on short-notice. Remember ,we deliver free. Promptness our motto. Our Drinks Ars the Best. Try them. Arroyo Amyo HIGHLAND PARK HARNESS SHOP F- L. Crawford. Proprietor WE OAURANTEE OUR HARNESS AND SHOE WORK. GIVE US A CALL 5719 Paudcu Arose Hi|kUaJ Put VT PHONES SUNSET BLTI). and GOLDEN GATE AVE. Phone North 487. HIGHLAND PARK Office Phone East 459 Heme 39111 .» A WOOD Roml Estate htaurmsom, L Impure Drugs Make high doctor’s bills Give your doctor the very best aid by getting your prescriptions filled where you know they wil be filled with pure drugs and by competent men. Even the best doctors cannot cure you with below strength and impure drugs. Then unskillful ways of compounding drugs will spoil even the purest. Our drugs are pure and our...
OLDEST LOCOMOTIVE |TOW TOED. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
OLDEST LOCOMOTIVE |TOW TOED. The out of date locomotive herewith illustrated Is a relic of the early days of railroading In America, but modern progress In this direction has not yet succeeded In relegating It to the ]unkshop. It is still in use on the Cumberland Valley line, and although it is not remarkable as a mountain climber It still does good service as a yard engine.
Popular /*ience [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Popular /*ience The ocean contain* about 8,139 grains of salt and other solids per gallon. and the Dead Sea about 18,700 grains per gallon. Glass bricks, a German product, arc translucent, but not transparent, and possess the advantages of being acid proof and of harboring no disease germs. The celluloid wind screens of automobiles give great risk of Hr*. Very fine copper gauze Is said to have proven a satisfactory substitute, being easily seen through and non-inflammable, while It does not crack like celluloid. The low efficiency of the steam en-. glne tempts Inventors with great possibilities of saving fuel. M. Cantor, a European engineer, has hit upon an altogether new form of heat engine, and proposes to use for power the ex panslon of the gas produced by the. burning of liquid fuel—like petroleum and alcohol—when sprayed upon a white hot oxidizing material, like oxide of copper. The oxygen removed from the copper ovlde would be restored by an air jet. Pending practical test, It...
•IX YEAR* AT CAN AMES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
•IX YEAR* AT CAN AMES. * “test M.i.UUV' Miss. If.w Pmisdss f0, 000.000 ■ Year. ' Six years ago at Oananes, Hex., one would have settled an irregular range of low mountains, eighteen miles long —“lost mountains” the geologists call them, because they- are connected with no other range, says Leslie’s Weekly. They are mere “stubs,” the tops worn down by the powerful action of the elements, add the valleys filled by erosion. These “Mat” kills were barren and blegh-. Sometimes a bunch of stray cattle would range among the BKftiaUins, but no white man made his ahrte there.. Even the beasts of prey imHed this solitary range. Afire wise no wilder, lonelier spot In the whole world than the "lost mountains" of Cananes. That was six years ago. Now they are the seat of the third largest copper mine In the world, the site of a city of 20,000 inhabitants. In the mine there are thirty-three miles of underground workings; 6,000 men are taking out of the earth and running through reduction plants an...