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SHOEING OF AN AFRICAN MTTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

SHOEING OF AN AFRICAN MTTLE. The picture herewith given comes from Greytown, Natal, ami shows the method of shoeing a refractory mule which Is In vogue In that faraway region. By means of pulleys, ropes and a wide leather band the animal Is put Into a frame, Its head resting on a padded bar, Its front legs bent and fastened to side bars, and Its hind legs attached to a stout crossbar. To prevent damage from the hoofs two coarse bags are tied about them. Thus protected from all active Interference on the part of the animal, the shoer may do his duty with comparative safety. '

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
The Remnant of ■ Regiment. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

The Remnant of ■ Regiment. On tbe opening day of the Sha-Ho battle there were many deeds of heroism, writes the author of “An EyeWitness In Manchuria.” One Incident, he says, brought out clearly the terrible nature of the encounter. During the Russian retreat a general commanding a division noticed an officer and some forty men returning through the lines. It appeared as if It were a small party which had been charged with some outpost duty and had shown the white feather. Incensed at their apparent cowardice, the general rode up to tbe officer and asked him what he meant by deserting his post. With a somewhat grim smile the officer, saluting, said: "Sir, this Is all that Is left of my regiment.” That regiment had gone Into action over two thousand strong.

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A Family In Dtetreee. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

A Family In Dtetreee. Queen Wtlbehnlna of Holland, used to be as fond of her dolls as any other little and her dolls went through the same experience that dolls with Imaginative mothers usually undergo. One day, at dinner In the palace, her small majesty made her appearance w.ben dessert was served, and placed herself next to a courtly old general. After eating some fruit the little girl turned her gaze up it him and seriously exclaimed, "I wonder you’re not afraid to sit next to me!" Everybody at the table turned toward the childish voice. “On the contrary,” said the general. “I'm but too pleased and honored to sit next to my future queen. Why should 1 be afraid?” •' ’Cause,” and the little girl looked quite woebegone, “my dofls have the measles —they’re all of them down with It” ‘ -

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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The Nerve of Him. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

The Nerve of Him. "Adam—Adam,” repeated St. Teter, meditatively; “the name aoema familiar, but— —" “I,” explained the applicant, "come from Eden. I am the progenitor of the whole human race.” t, “And you,” thundered St Peter, “yon have the nerve to apply for admiaelon here! Frontl Show the gen-' tleman below.” —Puck. _ » Some men are such home bodice that the look aa out of place In a restaurant at noon aa a housekeeper doe* on the street at meal time. The wise old hen chuckles to herself when she sees a man trying to make a fortune with an incubator- t-S Bice of a woman’s hat has nothing to do with the prion

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WHIN I QO HOMK AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

WHIN I QO HOMK AGAIN. It comes to me often In alienee. When the firelight iputtere low— When the black uncertain ehadowa Seem wraiths of the long ago; Always with throb of heartacM That thrills each pultive rein. Comes the old. unquiet longing For pejoe of home again. I’m sick of the roar or cities, 1 And of. faces old and strange; I know where there’s warmth of welcome, ■'** And my yearning fancies range Back to the dear old homestead. With an aching sense of pain; But there'll be joy in the coming When I go home again. When Igo home again! There's music That may never die away And it seems the band of angels. On a mystic harp to play, Have touched with a yearning sadness I —On a beautiful, broken strain.— [ To which is my fond heart wording— When I go home again. Outside of iny darkening window Is the great world’s crash and din. And slowly the autumn's shadows Come drifting, drifting in, Bobbing, the night winds murmur To the plash, of the autumn rain; But 1 dream of the glorious...

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THE PROPOSAL [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

THE PROPOSAL THE garden was wonderful In Its fresh spring beauty, the delicately tinted lilacs, the fruit trees that were one Immense bank of bloom, and the sunshine that played upon It ail, throwing some of the colors Into high relief and shading others, glowing richly In the soft shadows; tender perfumes hovered In the warm air, while fragile, delightful rustlings and whisperings were all that broke the silence. » Jean de Gace, as he opened the gate, drew In a long breath of happiness. From where he stood he could see the green sweep of the lawn, the graceful -trees add winding walls; his heart grew light, and, smiling, he bowed deeply to Oils paradise. A white skirt fluttered near the edge of the little wood, moving with a quick, rustling motion; be recognised the parasol, the dainty, rose-colored waist and the white skirt, and as the owner of the parosol turned the corner be caught a glimpse of a beautiful face. ' - , M. de Gace felt happier and younger than ever; his forty-live...

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WOMB N’t LOVB BOW ANIMALt, Itnuo W>7> is w»h» iru* I* ■km In Parts. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

WOMB N’t LOVB BOW ANIMALt, Itnuo W>7> is w»h» iru* I* ■km In Parts. It Is because man baa become to callout and engrossed In business that he | can no longer girt the necessary ca- j resting attention to woman that she i thinks is her due that she now goes | to animals for ItJ Woman wants to I show affection as well as to receive It, and we read here that a woman whom Dr. Magnln Impolitely called degenerate had adopted a turtle which was cruelly treated by a former master, and which she placed In the warmest corner of her bed to nurse It and cure It of a cold which she was afraid would turn into consumption, says the Brooklyn Eagle. She was sorry to learn that no specialist exists to cure turtles of tuberculosis, which she. regards as one of the things lacking In civilized countries. 1 do not know that woman with the turtle, but I do know the woman about whom I shall tell a "dog 'story.” She has a private house for the comfort" of ten or twelve dogs that she ca...

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FAMOUS NATURAL BRIDGE AND ITS ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

FAMOUS NATURAL BRIDGE AND ITS ASSOCIATIONS. The famous Natural bridge, located ■bout forty miles from Lynchburg. Vs., which has been Involved iu litiga tlon for some time, Is to be sold. The entire property- consists of 680 acres and a syndicate Is trying to get possession of it for the purpose of exploiting It as the greatest American wonder. It Is a wonderful natural | formation, rich in historic associations. George Washington, when a young surveyor In the employ of Lord Fairfax. carved his name high up on one of the sides. It was once the properly of Thomas Jefferson. John Marshall called it "God’s greatest miracle In stone.” gnc. “Well the congregation has become : so fashionable that it won’t stand for the old name any longer. It wants i something modern.” “What will they call ItT" “I don't know, but I should think the Church of the IJoly Limit would be ; 1 about right”—Puck. j i .Desert “A«e»” Corner, Republican politicians have about ' given up appearing In the famous { “ame...

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JOLLY JOKER [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

JOLLY JOKER "Mr. Johnslng, you have deceived me. Yon said you was Interested la mining.” “Sp I Is. Miss Snowflake. Kalsomlning.”—LifeMadam —Be sure to put plenty of nuts In the cake. Cook —I’ll crack ho more nuts to-day. Me Jaw hurts me already.—Harper’s Bazar. “I don’t like the man.” "Why not?” “I hadn’t been talking to him minutes before he said I was an Idiot” "Why the delay Judge. Very Quick: First Russian—You say the fight was quickly over? Sec- ' ond Russian—Yes, It was finished before you could say Jackopollnsky Romanoffppolotowsky. Office Boy—Wy, cert, I wont more pay; I’m only getting “four” a week, and give my mother all 1 earn. Proprietor—What do you do with the other three and a half?—^Pnck. | Willie—Papa, If I was twins would you buy the other boy a banana, too? Papa—Certainly, my son. Willie— Well, papa, you surely ain't going to ] cheat me out of another banana Just because I’m all Intone piece? —Judge. I Bronco Bill—What did Tough Tompkins die of? Grizzly Pete—Well, ...

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QUEER HIPIWQ PLACES. *»•*»• PmopU *»TO T«ku M Kmi Their liMr But*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

QUEER HIPIWQ PLACES. *»•*»• PmopU *»TO T«ku M Kmi Their liMr But*. | One of th« best known members of the British Parliament built himself a | mansion In a remote part of Hampshire, on the confines of the New Forest. He during the progress of (the work that a contractor's clerk came back from the railway station bringing with him a walking stick 1 bearing a label addressed to his employer, says Pearson’s weekly. This always happened on a Friday afternoon, and he became curious tp know the reason. When’he asked for an explanation of the mystery the contractor touched k spring in the handle, screwed off a ; headpiece and, turning the stick upside I down, rolled out on the table a heap 1 of sovereigns. It appears that the nearest local bank could not be used in time for weekly pay. Accordingly the contractor had the stick made, the Interior of which was hollowed out In order to take the sovereigns. The precious freight amounted to £lOO, and was dispatched every week as an ordinary parc...

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Is the Cellar Fall? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Is the Cellar Fall? Every now and then some statistician with too much liver utters figures showing that the world’s coal supply will last only a few hundreds of years longer. Make It many, many thou- 1 sands. China has coal to burn; 400,-! 000 square miles of coal fields, some say. Japan has plenty more. Roumanla has enough for the Balkan ' states, It they ever stop burning powder and one another’s bouses. Amer- 1 lea’s bln will be full for centuries. l Great Britain and Germany will hot be ooalless soon. I.et us worry about something else—Everybody’s Magazine. ~

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Ungenerous Insinuation. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Ungenerous Insinuation. One day as Attorney John Wye Mugridge and Judge Minot were walking along a street In Concord, N. H., together, Mr. Mugridge said In his sepulchral voice: “Judge, let’s go into partnership. You furnish the capital and I'll furnish the brains.” The Judge pulled a two-cent piece from his pocket, put It In the palm of his hand, and. In his squeaky way, said: “Coyer that! Cover that!”

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“Ttro ljsli with But,” Alto. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

“Ttro ljsli with But,” Alto. Miss Bute—Yes, George and I agree perfectly. He thinks I’m just too' sweet for anything, and ( Miss Cutting—That proves It Miss Bute—How do you mean? | Miss Cutting—l mean that of course, you agree with him.— Philadelphia Press. Women seldom mean It when they kiss each other. The average woman would rather bite a piece out of the other’s complexion. Any man who would laugh at. your mistakes would get angry if you should laugh ait him.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

a Distinction with n Difference. “Does your mistress give yon any evenings out, Bridget?” “No, ma’am; I take ’em.”—Baltimore American.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup the best remedy to nse for their children during the teething period.

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A natural Talent. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

A natural Talent. “That fellow who writes these long letters to me ought certainly to be on the grand jury.” “Why so?” "Because he has such a capacity for inditing a nuisance.”—Baltimore American.

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How’s This? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

How’s This? We offer <sfae Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Ball’s Catarrh Cure. F J CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have known F J. Cheney for the last 15 Mgrs, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his Oi m. WALDIKO. XIBKAIC A NARVIK, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure la taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall’s Family Fills tor constipation

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Plenty of Time. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

Plenty of Time. They were discussing the canal. “I don’t think," said one, “that Bigelow stayed down there long enough to learn about conditions.” “Oh, I dunno,” said another; “a man can get considerable bit up by fleas in less ’en twenty-four hours.”

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906

In 1903 smallpox occurred In fifty departments of France out of seventy-sev-en from which returns were received.

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