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VIRTUES OF EYEGLASSES. An a Care far Seaelckueae aad Par* hapa (or lapaalty. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
VIRTUES OF EYEGLASSES. An a Care far Seaelckueae aad Par* hapa (or lapaalty. Between eyeglasses and worry there seems no intimate,connection, yet the first may often be a corrective of the second. Even mal de mer may yield to a pair of spectacles. Suicide and insanity may result from the want of them, says the London Leader. This Is not a quack medicine advertisement. It is a statement of fact, baaed on the evidence of an expert. Writing-in the Lancet, Ernest Pronger, ophthalmic surgeon to Harrogate Institute, points out that though many people Suffer from worry, fejv break down under It The cause of the breakdowns that do occur, he is convinced, from careful observation, are in many cases errors in refraction. He once prescribed glasses for the correctional astigmatism in a medical man, who bad up to that time believed that his eyes were normal. Soon afterward the patient went to Ireland, and in spite of a rough Journey and the fact that he bad always been liable to violent seasick...
SMALLEST DOG IN THE WORLI [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
SMALLEST DOG IN THE WORLI She's a To r Black aad Taa Terrioo aad Wetsha a Poaad aad a Half. Probably the smallest adult dog la the world Is Pinkie, a toy black and tan terrier owned by Mrs. George E Shapley. of Newtonrllle, says the Barton Post At the present time Pinkie weight a pound and a half and It la thought that she has about got her growth, a|&gt; though she Is scarcely larger than 4 kitten. Pinkie is now the pet of the gbste ley household, but ntucb as she Si loved for her bright and affections# ways she has not yet secured quits the same place in the heart of her mid, tress as that won by Toots, PlnktA father. Toots recently died at the agp of 11, but during bis lifetime he was 4 very distinguished little personage. He was larger than his daughter, weight leg three and a half pounds, and bai gathered In blue ribbons enough tp -more than balance hto-ln the scales. . Toots was noted as being tbs only singing dog In existence. His mistress is a famous vocalist and In ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Furniture almost new, Jewel gas range, ice box, chiffonier, large iron bed, rings, curtains, baby bed, odd chairs, etc. 5033 Monte Vista street. 45-1* 7 Tailoring Cleaning Pressing C.C. Reed, 5719 Pasadena Av PHONES: East 2191 Home 39311 * Orders culled for und delivered. l&gt;ry clean a specialty. New Store New Goods , _ ■ • ■» - New Prices I have opened a DRY GOODS STORE at 5715 Pasadena Avenue, and will carry a nice line of Dry Goods, Notions and Gents’ Furnishing Goods. My expense is small and I will sell you goods *at closest prices possible. I would like everyone to call and see my store and find out my prices, whether you wish to buy or not. As an e'xtra inducement, I will make the following prices for Ono Weak Only A nice Patent Leather Belt for children, either black or white 10c each Ladies’ Wash Belts, 20 cent valuesloc each Hemmed Linen Huck Towels 7 l-2c each &gt; - „/ . ... 10 cent Fancy Rucfaing for the neck 5c each 15 cent fancy Turnover Collars 5c ea...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
MONTAGU he». IMlltlCO' OME wm W. L. Van Wig * Robert Rnedy Garvanza Hardware -&gt; Cor Ave 64 and Pasadena Ave Phone East 2376 Will Open for Business Monday with A COMPLETE STOCK Shelf and Builders’ , ..t • * hardware ' ' ■ ‘ ,j Vt! Stoves, Cooking Utensils, i - Refrigerators, TIN AND GRANITEWARE, PAINTS AND OILS Garden Tools, Hose, Lawn Mowers, scr&gt;en Wire, Chicken Wire V All kinds of Stoves, including Gas, Gasoline, and Wood . - or Coal Ranges - Quiokmeal Comet .......... i, Bridge ABoaoh fn
Califaraii taw of Intend. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Califaraii taw of Intend. Visulia now has a population of over 4,000. There is a land boom northeast of Lindsay, Tulare county. Chas. H. Shinn, supervisor of the Sierra Forest reserve states that the department has increased the number of sheep to l&gt;e pastured in the reserve from 15(000 to 20,000. Our wheat farmers say that the stand of grain this year at this time is in better condition than during any years since 1884.—Lindsay Gazette. The condition of the fruit orop around Marysville is in doubt. Most &lt;)f the orchardists report that almonds are all gone( apricots nearly so and peaches more than half destroyed. ' What at first seemed to be a very promising season now looks like one of poor crops, and the only consolation at hand is in the hope that the price will be greater on account of the shortage. It is believed By many that the present year will be the greatest in the history of California for the citrus industry. It is confidently believed that growers ...
•NAP FOR ON* WEEK- [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
•NAP FOR ON* WEEK- a-rpom new and modern house; lot 4*0,40. Price, »1«76; cash, *76; hai«w years. See the Standard Real Estate Co, 171* PSsadeaa avwniO; &gt; shipped back to Los, Angeles last week, re-iced, and sent north again over the Coast line. At a meeting of Dinuba raisin growers, held last week, a pool of one thousand tons of fruit was sold under three-year contract at 3 H cents to packers. This is the first contract, it is claimed, for a large amount made by packers for over a year and indi cates the activity that characterizes the market and the prospects for Still higher figures. The iUOsl serious pest in California is the potato worm. The damage to the potato crop in California, as.estimated on a basis of opinions obtained from a large number of growers and dealers, aggregates in some " years fully 25 per cent. In one section where some of the finest potatoes are grown, the Salinas valley, the dealers estimate that at times the loss has gone as high as 40,000 sack...
With the Minstrels. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
With the Minstrels. Bones —Mistah Gwaynus, I heerd yo’ done swallered de alphabet ylstldday mawnin’, an’ yit yo’ wasn’t satisfied. Interlocutor —You heard I swallowed the alphabet yesterday morning, and yet was not satisfied? How do you know, George, that I was not satisfied? . Bones—’Cause, arter yo’ swallered de alphabet yo’ et cetera. Interlocutor—Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Honeysuckle will now sing “Break the News Gently to Mother.”
TO BUY BIG COAST LINE *. . nr-r- • ' '-A _ . . ■ , . *v- ■ PACIFIC COAST COMPANY IS I* IMPOR•** . TANT DEAL [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
TO BUY BIG COAST LINE *. . nr-r- • ' '-A _ . . ■ , . *v- ■ PACIFIC COAST COMPANY IS I* IMPOR- •** . TANT DEAL East era Read Said to Be Fignriog (or Franchise of Wciten Corporation U Fnraisfa Terminal New York.—The Wall Street Journal says: “A banker who is closely in touch with the development of the Pacific Ooast company st&amp;tOß -that there are excellent reasons for believing that control of the Pacific Coast company will be found ultimately to .rest in the bands of tfieSt. Paul road- “ The 'St.' Paul extension to the coast is to find its "wedH&amp;W terminus at Seattle. While thirtJt. owns Considerable land in' Seattle,' the teal key to the ['terminal situation in that growing' city, is held by the Pacific Coast system of raiirqads, steamship lines and coal fields wonld provide the St. Paul With K, h' "western &lt;!oal supply and wofild give it freight feeders along the Pacific Coast. ”
Acme Grocery, 5723 Pasadena "Avenue. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Acme Grocery, 5723 Pasadena "Avenue. To introduce some of our good goods, i ‘ &gt; Watch our prices next week. Sunburst corn, 2 for 25, 10c straight; Dr. Price Food, 10c; Bishops Beans, 10c straight, 3 for 25c; Honey anywhere from 3 for 25, 10c straight, 2 for 25c and fancy at 15c straight; Fancy Libby Jelly, 25c; Fancy Llbfcy Preserves, 36c; Any kind of spice, Baking Powder or Extracts. 15 varieties of coffee to pick from, 3 grades of W. 0. J. tea. Look at ohr cookies and box wafers. Help us with your patronage and the store will do, the best to eatbfify and every want Hone 38208,’ Sunset East 747. -' Visitors always wel-j cone. Prompt ‘"i- * ■
Eur M See. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Eur M See. ■ The Lady—You'll excuse me, but you jjjn’t travel on this car line often, do you. sir? ' , • , • Ti.e Gentleman—No, madam. How do yon know? The Lady—You gave me your seat. Tie Gentleman—And you don’t travel on this llfle often yourself. The Lady—What makes yon think ■»?,: j - ... _ ■ " • The Gentleman—Yon thanked me.— Cleveland Leader.
No Room for Doubt. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
No Room for Doubt. Mr. Newwed (sniffing)— These eggs do not seem very fresh. Young Wife—Nonsense, my dear. They are just out of the store! Locks repaired, guns repaired knives and scissors ground, lawn mowers sharpened, sewing machines repaired, keys fitted, window glass put in at 6023 Pasadena avenue. THE OCCIDENTAL.