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US to Sstnrr. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
US to Sstnrr. First Artist—Get * any ideas, old man? Second Artist—Well, I guess, yes. Got a bang-up sketch of a cyclone In action. ‘-‘‘What in thunder can you do with a cyclone?” “Do with It? What do you suppose? I’m going to use It for the hair In my new portrait Of the-American girl.”—Puck. i.::'.'.:: .... ...
Hl.'Bins Wu Good. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Hl.'Bins Wu Good. "But," protested the millionaire father, “you are hardly the man I would wish for a son-in-law.” “I’m not looking for a Job as son-in-law, If any one should ask you,” rejoined the poor but seemingly honest young man. “I propose to do the hustle act for Mayme and myself,” Whereupon the father wfta taken off his guard and neglected toMall the young man’s bluff.
Sure Winner. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Sure Winner. The Man—The girl looks upon my suit with favor, but both her father and mother oppose It. The Maid—Then 1 may as well congratulate yon. The Man—Why, pray? Tb? Maid —You are sure to be elected by an overwhelming minority. What la to be gained by an old man dyeing bit beard and fooling the neighbors, bo long as Death la too shrewd to
PAID OKARLY FOR HIANNEU. TO* isasrtr m. Trmtlaf a Boy •■< Do*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
PAID OKARLY FOR HIANNEU. TO* isasrtr m. Trmtlaf a Boy •■&lt; Do*. “It doesn't par to Incur the enmity of a boy,” said a Kansas City man the other day, relating the misdeeds of bis early youth. "I remember how I took revenge on a farmer whom I thought mistreated me. He had a large dog which I greatly admired, but which he sadly mistreated by starving and beating it I used to coax the dog to go hunting with me, and as I bad no gun, bis aid in running down rabbits was very material. One day the farmer caught me hunting with bis dog. He seized me by the neck and shook me roughly, telling me that if be caught me hunting with bis dog again he would break every bone In my body and stamp me into the earth. I felt deeply indignant I planned to be avenged by some method which would not .get me lato more trflubifi- .Within the next two weeks my tormentor lost eighty fine bogs from cholera.' I had got satisfaction. From the pen of a neighbor whose pigs had - the plague I had picked up t...
Determination. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Determination. “I believe that in an election the best man should win,” said Senator Sorghum. “fhat is a proper and patriotic sentiment.” “ ’Tes. sir. And T‘have my own ideas bent who the best man is, and I’m go big to see that he does win, no matter how many votes are cast agalnsf him.” Washington Star. : FITS Permanently Cured. No fits or nerv- • 11 ousness after first day's use of Dr Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Send fb FREE E2.00 trial bottle and treatise. DR R. H. KMNE, Ltd., 931 Arch St., Phlladelpbla. Pa, -■
A n A m ,-ml in». Nt Accepted [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
A n A m ,-ml in». Nt Accepted “Sometimes I think my typewriter knows more than I do,” remarked the New Yprk orator. ■*““! was dictating a speech To her this morning and I said 'The ballot is sacred.’ ” ‘A very proper sentiment.” “But she changed it. She mixed the letters of the last word a little and changed it to ‘scared.’ ” —Washington Star. —•— — &lt;r ———s —■ ;
featured. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
featured. “What do you mean by this?" roared the irate editor to the blase reporter, “1 told you to go out and get me a good feature story and you bring me this dry old debate.” “It ought to be a good feature story,” drawled the delinquent. “If you look over it you will find it full of ‘ayes’ and ‘noes.’”—Baltimore American. .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
I 1 L The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature of Chos. H. Fletcher, and has been mode under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and ‘ are but Experiments, and endanger the nealth oi Children—experience against experiment* What is GASTORIA oastorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor OIL Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and alloys Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Col . lc t,. *5 relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. P The Kind You Haie Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. TH, enmim cMnn, n huhmv »t«rr. Ntw voa. err. W. L. Douglas ’3= &amp; *3= SHOES™. 4.00 Cllt Edge Une...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
We are often asked, Why does Hood’s Sarsaparilla effect so many cures of cases that seem to be almost beyond the reach of medicine? The answer is this, that this great medicine is enabled ; by the peculiarity of its formula to produce results unap-f preached by any other medicine, this peculiarity consisting in the balanced combinatioiW'of the-very best : for the blood, liver, kidneys, stomach, and bowels, namely, for the blood, Sarsaparilla, Stillingia,’Yellow Dock; for the liver, Mandrake, Dandelion; for the kidneys, Uva.; Ursi, Juniper Berries, Pipsissewa; for the stomach, Gentian, Wild Cherry Bark, Bitter Orange Peel; for the j bowels, Senna, Mandrake and Dandelion. Sold by druggists everywhere. Get a bottle today. Usual form, liquid, or new form, tablets, 100 Doses One Dollar Get, What You Ask Por! T ;HERE Is a Re non— , Why the Good People of America buy Cascareta as Fast as the Clock Ticks. Every second some one, somewhere. Is Buying a little Ten-Cent Box of Cascarets. i 1, 2...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
Destructive earthquakes occur somewhere In the United States about once in fifty years, but the cyclone they have always with them east of the Rockies. '■ From the land of the summer cyclone and the winter blizzard comes the wall of the scared one, “Come away from the land of the earthquake before you are killed.” A friend writes us from Nebraska Inquiring If It is true that one thousand persons were killed In Dos Angeles, and if Santa Monica was washed Into the sea, as a result of the .earthquake. Wouldn’t that jar you! The earthquake killed a man In a mine in Michigan, more than two thousand miles from San Francisco, -ft was scarcely perceptible In Los Angeles. five hundred miles away. Is Los Angeles, or Is Michigan most likely to be In the earthquake zone? Letters are coming thick and fast from the folks in the east begging their friends and relatives to get out of this country, because It is so unsafe you know. In one of these letters which we saw this week, there was a postscri...
NORTHERN HOME BUYERS ALREADY HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
NORTHERN HOME BUYERS ALREADY HERE. One result of the San Francisco disaster will probably be to send several thousand of our northern neighbors from San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and other' places to Southern California to live, although San Francisco may not have another destructive earthquake in two hundred years. Three parties from Oakland were in Park Wednesday, one of ■yhom will probably buy a &gt;4BOO home, the others will build or buy much larger places here, as they were all .much impressed with our stifcerb lo,^cation.
EBELL CLUB SEWS FOR HOME» LESS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
EBELL CLUB SEWS FOR HOME- » LESS. The regular program of the Ebell Club was given up at Tuesday’s meet- - Ing, and TuesdayJind. Wednesday were devoted to sewing for the unfortunate women and’children of San Francisco. A large number of useful garments were prepared, and much clothing was contributed. These supplies were sent -to Rev. Dana Bartlett,, for Use at the Bethlehem Mission, where i large i number of the refugees will be cared for. At next meeting, Miss Eleanor Hammack will give a book review of some of the recent books;