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la Iks Alarm-Clock Bolt. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
la Iks Alarm-Clock Bolt. “Oh!” exclaimed tbe possible boarder, in disappointment, “so this is an alarm clock neighborhood! What a pity. The room is pretty. I like it, but I could never stand a|l those clocks." “Oh, but there isn't an alarm clock la the house," the landlady protested. “All our people are late risers. They don’t need to be called.” , “But those people in the flats that back up against this house da,” said the hoarder. “I know the conditions as well as If I had 'fived here. I’ve been .In many other places just like it. I like your room, but an alarm clock block is too hard on my nerves.” The landlady sighed as the prospective boarder picked his way down the dark stairs. “ “What a crank,” she said. “I didn’t dqre tell him the last boarder left on account of those clocks.”
Force of Habit. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Force of Habit. “That new prison -warden they appointed was not a success, was he?” “A dead failure. You- see, his previous business was against him.” “How was that?" “He ran a laundry, you know, and when he tried to run the prison he did it on his old familiar lines.” “In what way?” “He began by mangling his accounts, and then ironed all the convicts.”— Baltimore American.
An Embarrassing: Blander, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
An Embarrassing: Blander, “How did your father treat George when he asked him for you'.'” “It was one of papa’s deaf days and he thought George was asking him for a loan.” “What did he say?” "He told George that while he would be glad to loan him the trifle he asked tor be bad so many requests of the tame character that he begged to be itxcused.”—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Oat at the Ordinary. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Oat at the Ordinary. Author—l have Just written a play that contains a new and novel climax. It Is bound to make a bit. Manager—lndeed! Author—Fact. The plot leads up to a train robbery. Manager—Huh! I fall to see anything new and novel in that Author—But the passengers rise up as one man and put the robbers out of business!
Heal Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Heal Trouble. Gunner —Have you beard about DeRock’s wife? She said she Intended to give him trouble. Guyer—You don’t mean It And did 1 ahc? . .- - j ! Gunner —I should say so. She gave ■ him one of those big racing automoI biles for a Christmas gift and It tossed 1 him over a barn the first time he took ■j.a ride ln .lt. '
The Modest Worm. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
The Modest Worm. The good millionaire was doing his regular conversational part at the weekly meeting. “Remember, brethren,” be said, with sweet humility, "we are all worms of the dust. Not,” he added, unostentatiously turning away from the approaching contribution box, “that 1 desire .to accentuate ‘the dust’ ” " For be was modest withal, and, being a worm, bad a right to turn.— Philadelphia Public Ledger.
COKTWAOT WITH A fIULTAW. | H»W Mrs. ReaAer AooomplUhe* a Soeemwtal *8,000,000 Deal. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
COKTWAOT WITH A fIULTAW. | H»W Mrs. ReaAer AooomplUhe* a Soeemwtal *8,000,000 Deal. The story of on Interview that once took place between Mrs. Bender and j tbe Sultan of Johore, India, Is thus re-| lated by Juliet Wllbor Tompkins in I Everybody’s; : “She named her conditions; the right to Issue $6,Q00,000 worth of 6 per cent bonds; 120,000 acres of land extending along the 120 miles of track; tin mines ' —but here royalty demurred a little; 1 he thought he would keep all the tin j mines. For the first time the young contractor slipped ''into feminine processes of reasoning and set aside for a moment the urgent business-full enthusiasm of the promoter for the display of the human girl who gees her pet project In danger of failure. “ ‘But you are so rich, you know you | don’t need all those mines,’ she ar- 1 gued, ‘and we do!’ “The Sultan conceded the mines. From an oriental point of view the experience was perhaps cheap at the price. He conceded the $5,000,000 worth of bonds, the 12...
PERUNA IS EXEMPT Faraoiu L’olnln Maintains Iti Statu as a – ' Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
PERUNA IS EXEMPT Faraoiu L’olnln Maintains Iti Statu as a - ' Medicine. The internal revenue commissioner has. decided that Pe-ru-na as now manufactured is exempt from internal revenue licenses. The highest medical and pharmaceutical authorities in the United States have passed upon the product It must be highly gratifying to the many friends of Pe-ru-na and the local commercial world that the product which has carried Columbus’s name into all continents, again enjoys the same fixed status as any other recognized medicine.—Columbus Dispatch. There are some women so ponte according to rules, that they wouldn’t go over and tell a neighbor her bouaa was one fire, if the neighbor owed a call.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Pure Blood Is certain If you take Hood’s Sarsaparilla. This great medicine cures those eruptions, pimples and boils that appear at all seasons; cures scrofula sores, salt rheum or eczema; adapts itself equally well to, and also cures, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles; cures rheumatism and catarrh; cures nervous troubles, debility and that tired feeling. This is proved by thousands of testi- Mrs. Helen L. Thompson of Lowiston, menials, 40,360 by actual count in the £ »ast two years—a record unprecedented thoroughly purified her wood «fter an m the history of medicine. Be sure to get Hood’s Sarsaparilla. "STS XT, Liquid or tablets, 100 Doses One Dellar. of scrofula, salt rheum, eczema, «tc. Twflttlnv on Fact*. Mrs. Benham—Cold hands mean n warm heart. Benham—But cole feet don’t mean a warm back.—Puck. guns SINGLE BINDER STRAIGHT^SCIGAR You Pay 10c. for Cigar* Not so Good. ,F.P. LEWIS Peoria. 11l ] dealers annulled by their Jobbe: or direct from Frank P,Lewis' Factory, Peoria, nl. A ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
EX-MAYOR CRUMBO RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA. 'ti m m ' v “My Endorsement of Pe-ru-na 1 ! Is Based On Its Merits.’’ —Ed. Crumbo. CD. CRUMBO, Ex-Mayor of New “ Albany, lud., writes from 511 E. Oak street; ' i “My endorsement of Peruna is based on its merits. ' ~ “If a man is sick he looks anxiously for something which will cure him, and Peruna will do the work. “I know that it will cure catarrh of the head or stomach, indigestion, headache and any weary or sick feeli logL “It is bound to help anyone, it used I according to directions, “1 also know dozens of men who speak in the highest terms of Peruna and have yet to hear of anyone being disappointed in it." ■ Mr. Crumbo, in a later letter, dated Aug. 25, 1901, says: “My health is good, at present, but if I should have to take any more medicine I w r ill fall back on Peruna.” VfMiaoa't Indifference. It was late in November that Delllab suggested trimming Samson’s hair. "How do you want it cut?” sbe asked, wltb a satirical little grimace. “Oh,...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
limnmntHifrt etMMiHttl Nothing knocks out and disables like Lumbago and Sciatica Nothing reaches the trouble as quickly as 7* TRADE MARK. St. Jacobs Oil Known the world over as The Master Cure for Pains and Aches Price, 250. and 50c, Kzzxxxxxxxzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz I, A. N, U. 1906—16 W. L. Douglas ’3= &amp; *3= SHOES S3 W. L. Douglas $4.00 Gilt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any prlca. « MWHa* S WOII . ALL PRICES • MI £ STA »tISHED^= i £&gt;“?;«, i*»t Capital •a.soqooc WMF 310.000 HE dtas2»? th"is statemsnL* HI could Uk&lt; you Into my three large factorise at Brockton, Maas., and show yon Ike Infinlta care with which every pair of shoes Is made, van weald realize why W. I_ Dowries *3.80 cost more to aufca, why they (Sold ' ‘ - , ,—h wny incy n MrinsU &lt;irt hers3.'SO shoT' XRT. - , CAUTION.— Insist uponT»afin(t lu shoes. Take too substitute. None genuine irithout bis name and price stamped en bottom. Pa»t Color Eyelets used; they will he', wear brassy. ...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Regular service; at the Christian church next Lord's day. Easter music will be rendered. All are welcome. A choice east front lot in Garvanza, high elevation, fine water and street work done, $500; only- $125 cash, balance $5 per month. For sale by owner, Mrs. J. S. Eddy, 5928 Monte Vista street. Phones; Blast 983; Home 39207. The Modern Woodmen of Highland Park have imported the finest goat that money could buy and the Initiation into that order is made exceedingly interesting for new victims. The local camp is growing by leaps and bounds. Much - Interest is taken by the large membership, and a drill team of choppers is making the chips fly. Tuesday night’s attendance was more than forty. A bbx social for the last Tuesday night in April is being arranged, to which the ladies, and friends of the order will be invited. Regular meeting is Tuesday night In Wood's Hall. For Sale.—Fine Jersey cow, will sell cheap. Mrs. U. P. Shull, 415 West Avenue 56. Home 39288 ...
( TO MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
( TO MOVE. On Monday; April id,- we wHI -move i into our new quarters at 5709 Pasadena . avenue, just opposite - the new bank, where we will have room to add to our stock of furniture. We will also add a line of dishes, toilet sets and lamps. Come and see us. - yi- ; S. C. RAVENSCRAFT.
All sizes of window glass at the Highland Park Pharmacy. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
All sizes of window glass at the Highland Park Pharmacy. The Highland Park Presbyterian church will begin next week the erection of a chapel on New York street, near Nolden, to be known as Grace Chapel. The largest stock, the cleanest stock, the best treatment —In fact the onlyplace to trade —Green ft Hooks. ' -I r Wm. Elsey reports following sales in I New York Valley and Lewis tract No. 2 during the week: Lot 1, block 3,1 for Miss Clara Rossner to Mrs. Mary, Michacjis, $500; three lots in N. Y. Valley to John W. Rannells, Clavg,&gt;E. Rossher and Mrs. S. Topham. Also two to Mrs. Elsey. one to Miss Alta Wood, and one in the Glen Rock Villa tract to Mrs. R. Miller, $5OO. One lot in Lewis tract for Mr. Ward to Mrs. Tyler. We have in good repair a gent’s $5O “Appeal” and a $5O “Orient" for $l5 each; also several high grade ladies $5O Bicycles, a lady’s Columbia at $l2; a ladles “Fowler” at $lO. These are special bargains on high grade stand-' ard bicycles. The Occidental, 6023...
Acme Grocery, 57Z3 Pasadena Avenue. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Acme Grocery, 57Z3 Pasadena Avenue. To introduce some of our good goods. •*- Watch our prices next week. Sunburst corn. 2 for 25, 10c straight; Dr. Price Food, 10c; Bishops Beans, 10c straight, 3 for 23c; Honey anywhere from 3 for 25, 10c straight, 2 for 25c and fancy at 15c straight; Fancy Libby Jelly, 23c; Fancy Libby Pieserves, 35c; Any kind of spice, Baking Powder or Extracts. , 15 varieties of coffee to pick from, 3 grades of W. C. J. tea. Look at our cookies and box wafers. Help us with your patronage and the store will do the - best to satisfy any and every want. Home 39298, Sunset East 747s Visitors always welcome. Prompt delivery. An opportunity not offered you before. Pat yourself in business for $4OO. I have a good paint, varnish, oils, etc., stock for sale with a fully established business. Will rent you space in my store building at 6023 Pasadena avenue for this stock of paints, etc., for $l5 a month, and no no charge for gas lights. Your only expense will be 50 cents a...