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ENGINE RUN BY AIR Coal Ii Nat Headed For Near lareatiaa Completed By An Englishman. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
ENGINE RUN BY AIR Coal Ii Nat Headed For Near lareatiaa Completed By An Englishman. London, April 7.—Arrangements now are being made to test a new type of engine, which, if it proves successful, may cause industrial revolution than that which resulted from the discovery of the steam engine or application of electricity to motive power. The patentee, a Lancashire man, already has achieved some snccess as an inventor. This new production he describes as a triple economic air enigne. If the inventor can justify all his claims the business of the coal miner practically wifi be gone so far as industrial requirements are concerned. The summarized claims for the new engine are that it will save the use of coal and all the cost of fuel. It will take the place of steam, which will not be required to keep the pressure of air constant: it will drive a locomotive, propel a steamship, work a mill, forge, etc., without using either gas, water, Coal, electricity or oil. It will prevent smoke. The ...
A Brisk Trade In Sermons. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
A Brisk Trade In Sermons. The wife of a Philadelphia clergyman recently sold a box of waste paper to a ragman, says Success Magaalne. In the box were a lot of manuscript sermons of her husband’s. A month or so thereafter, the ragman again come around, and asked if the lady had any more sermons to sell. “I have some waste paper,” said she, "but why should you particularly want sermons?” "Well, mum, you see I did so well with them that I got here a month ago. I got sick up in Altoona, and a preacher there boarded me and my horse for a couple of weeks tor that box of sermons, because I hadn’t any money. Since then he’s got a great reputation in those parts ns a preacher. I’ll give ten cents a pound for all you have.”
Proof to the Contrary-. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Proof to the Contrary-. "No,” she said as she'glanced down the column of marriage notices, "It cannot be true that marriage Is a lottery.” ‘And why not?” queries the young man in the parlor scene. "Because,” she replied, pointing to the column In question, “there Is a law prohibiting the advertising of lotteries —and Just took at this.”
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
LOCATED On the finest hill site in Highland 1 mill* Park, commanding a SUPERB VIEW ■ -- -&gt; r of entire Los Angeles, Pasadena, Garvanza, Eagle Rock and Hermon. The view of the mountains from this .tract is beautiful beyond description. STREET CAR SERVIbE This is absolutely the only hill property in this section on the car line, being on the University-Garvan-za line and two blocks from the Pasadena line, 25 minutes ride from First and Spring. Seven minute service, five cent fare. •n ’ »'V.J m . % “The Cream of Highland Park” High Grade Residence Property IV JT 67 fr Z— — noM. 63 cze. 69 70 73 7* 74 76 77 *O5O. £2O. , V &lt; .J22QL. -JT 63 -MB Cd ■7T--63 “W“ s rtl. &lt;1 j a* ; ■‘7 SO TT 61 SSL. *1 eo l - JUL. lSJt_ ME -3 A 36 9 § TERRACE OR/UE 5 X to MO/VTf iT/S TA ST IMPROVEMENTS Will be of the highest§class including all street work, terracing the lots, planting handsome palms throughout the tract, and putting in cobblestone V 4 ' retaining walls, this fe...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
(i. W. Robbins, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Watches, clocks, jewelry, music bo-es and spectacles repaired and wm ranted. 5938 Pasadena avenue. Highland Park. Lest You Forget, 0. E. Jackson &amp; Co. at 5701 Pasadena avenue have everything in the line of groceries. Coll and see them. John D. Wilson, Gardening, . General House Cleaning • New Lawns Put In. Odd Jobs around the house; Property cared tor in absenoe of the owners. Sunset Rast 1288. Residence Hernum.
r old 1 JavoriteS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
r old 1 JavoriteS Hoknllatn. On Linden, When the cun was low. All bloodless lay the untrodden snow. And dark as winter was the flow Of Iser, rolling rapidly. Bat Linden saw another sight When the drum beat, at the dead of night, Commanding fires of death to light the darkness of her scenery. By, torch and trumpet fast arrayed, lack horseman drew his battle-blade. And furious every charger neighed, ■Join tbs'dreadfnl revelry; *b shook the hills with thunder n rushed the steed to battle driven, 1 louder than the bolts of beaven, FJjjH flashed the red artillery. But redder yet that light shall glow On. Linden’s hills of stained snow. Anti' bloodier yet the torrent flow Of tser, rolling rapidly. ’Tls morn, but scarce yon leve\ sun Cto' pierce the war clouds, rolling dun, Wfiers furious Frank fthd flepyHuh; tihout in their sulphurous canopy. The combat deepens. On, ye brave I Who rush to glory or the grave! \Wlve, Munich! all thy banners wave. Aid charge with all thy chivalry! Few, few s...
ONCE UPON A TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
ONCE UPON A TIME. s*lr«t Railroad Train l.n’t So Old M Vouuff.ter. Sometime. Think. Did you go to the St. Louis fair? If you did, and you failed to see the railroad exhibit you missed a wonderfully Interesting part of “the show.” You missed seeing what may be called the evolution or development of that wonderful Invention, the railroad engine. The trouble Is that the boys and girls Of to-day are so accustomed to the railroad that they think little of all tbit It represents. Some of them may be like a little girl I happen to know, Who once said: “Why, papa, didn’t we always have railroads?” Just ask your grandparents., about that, I have an idea that some of diem will tell you that they were men and women long before they ever saw a railroad engine. A man But fortyto years old told me the other day Apt he walked ten miles with some •Wfcr boys when he was ten years old to see a railroad train. It has not been so very many years since the most intelligent men and women laughed and even...
A Stranger In Town. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
A Stranger In Town. Fifteen miles below the head of the pastes of the Mississippi, and not far ftam where Southwest Pass loses ita*jf In the Gulf of Mexico, a little stream no wider than a village street curves away from the malu “pass.” Along both sides are tiny landings, andi back of each there Is a cottage. 'AM cottages are now neglected and, follbrn, but once they were palm-shad-ed rose-guarded and lovely. There, In the' days when Southwest Pass was the principal mouth of the Mississippi, dwelt the pilots who carried ships across the bar. : *‘6ld Pllot-towu” Is hidden from the traveler on the pass by a dense cauebjeke, and strangers seido&amp;r .enter It from Its bayou. One who did camfe yn the river In a skiff, and turned iljp “Old Pilot-town Bayou” at noon fsf ; dinner. He found a ready meal 4$ the flrst cottage, where dwelt an vjJdT woman, widow of one of the oldtime pilots. As the meal progressed, &lt;*» by one Interested neighbors dropped In to sec the stran...
How’s This? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
How’s This? We offer One Hundred Dollars R*«rard for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hairfe Catarrh Cure. F J CHENEY &amp; CO.. Toledo. O. We, the.undersigned, have, known F J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially ihie to carry out any obligations made by his m. « WALDIKO, KINNAN A MABVIN, Wholesale Druggists, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Priee 76c. per bo i tie. Sold by all Druggists, lake Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Strictly a Cash Baal*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Strictly a Cash Baal*. An eminent physician bad cured a little child of a dangerous Illness. The grateful mother turned her steps toward the house of her soil’s savior. “Doctor,” she said, “there, are some things which cannot.be repaid. I really don’t know how to express my gratitude. I thought you would, perhaps, be so kind as to accept this purse, embroidered by my own hand.” "Madam,” replied the doctor coldly, “medicine Is no trivial affair and our visits are to be rewarded only In money. Small presents serve to sustain friendships, but they do not sustain our families.” ’’“But, doctor,” said the lady, alarmed and wounded, “speak—tell uje the fee.” “Two hundred dollars, madam.” The lady opened the embroidered purse, took out five bank notes of $lOO each, gave two to the doctor, put the remaining three back In the purse, bowed coldly and took her departure.— Llpplucott’s. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their children daring the teething ...
He Had Been There. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
He Had Been There. "Did you ever feel as If all the world was against you?” queried the pesslmHt .’«• ' “Yes, once,” replied the optimist “When I was a boy 1 fell a distance of ten feet out of an apple tree.” *3o.ooper M.Lewis’ ‘‘Single Binder''stralgbt 5c cigar, costs the dealer tome more than other 5c cigars, but the higher price enables this factory to use higher grade tobacco Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Determination. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Determination. “I believe that in an election Hie best man should win,” said Senator Sorghum. “That is a proper and patrioUc sentiment.” “Yes, sir. And I have my own ideas libout who the best man is, and I’m going to see that he does win, no matter bow many votes are cast against him."—Washington Star.
Perfectly Awful. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Perfectly Awful. Mrs. Muchwed—Nothing In the world could Induce me to live In Russia. Mrs. Neighbors—H certainly Isn’t a desirable country to live in. Mrs, Muchwed—l should say not. Why, I was reading In a paper this morning that-In Russia no one is permitted to marry more than five times. Such atrocious tyranny is perfectly awful. , - -