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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
To Sell Your Property List it with Us Our facilities are U Our experience insures satisfactionto both buyer and seller. CARL 0. PACKARD, East 520. Home 39033 Annandale Heights t , LARGE FULL SIZED LOTS, NOT TOY LOTS Located on Eagle Rock Avenue near the beautiful foothills between Garvanza aiid Eagle Rock. Nine hundred foot elevation. The lots are all good size, FIFTY Feet in Width and Good length. Many of .them are two hundred feet long. The soil is-decomposed granite, rich and free from adobe. :: :: :: :: PRICES ARE $lOO AND UP Terms are one tenth down and $5.00 per month. AH streets are graded and oiled. Water on every street. :: :: Crites, Myers &amp; Kulli 107 S. Ave. 64 GARVANZA Highland Park Building Company NO CHARGE FOR PLANS , OR‘“TSTfI A 'f E S f.” Phone Cast 786 5938 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles,' Cal. Highland Park Terrace The finest of the Highland Park Hill Tracts. Inside the city limits between Ave. 50 &amp; 52. Large lots 50x150 $7OO to $950, including ...
A WARNING TO AMBITIOUS YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
A WARNING TO AMBITIOUS YOUNG MEN. Senator Burton of Kansas, having been convicted by the United States Court In St. Louis for acting as attorney for a fraudulent grain concern, while he was United States Senator, hia conviction having been- sustained by the Supreme Court of the United States, will undoubtedly be expelled from the Senate unless he resigns, thus ending forever the promise of a brilliant career. Mr Burton was a brilliant man, one of the finest orators In the whole country, and had an opportunity which comes to but few of becoming one of the leading men of the country. Why Is It that a young man of such ability and promise should thus throw away all hia prospects for a few dollars. This grain concern was paying him |5OO per month and he was making efforts to protect them before the Postofflee Department In their nefarious business. A man of high moral principles would . not have accepted such employment, &gt; even If It had not been contrary to law. The State of...
WHY NOT GREATER LOS ANGELES? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
WHY NOT GREATER LOS ANGELES? There appears to be strong opposition to the annexation of more territory to the city at this time. This opposition comes principally from the Water Board, arising from a fear that the supply of water will not prove sufficient until the arrival of the Owens raver supply. We think this opposition is a mistake. It ought not to be encouraged. The very idea is Injurious and has a tendency to discourage growth and increase In values. The dty has always been willing and anxious to annex its subdrbs as fast as ■ they grow up In numbers sufficient to be a part of the city. Now, for the city to reverse Its well known policy, and In Tact the policy of any growing city, creates an Inquiry', and causes an agitation as to the cause of this reversal of a sensible policy, always pursued by growing cities. There Is no argument to support this new and mistaken policy, except the plea of ■poverty Of water. Is It good policy to proclaim a Tear of a possible shortage and re...
JAPANESE PICNIC IN HIGHLAND ~— ■ -pahk. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
JAPANESE PICNIC IN HIGHLAND ~— ■ -pahk. Oor little Jap friends to the number of one hundred and fifty held the first annual picnic of the Southern California Japanese Christian Alliance near Avenue 50 and Monte Vista street on Decoration Day. Five Christian missions of the city were represented, namely the Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist, Congregational and Bethlehem. A One luncheon, consisting of rice cake, Japanese tea cakes, Ice cream and other dainties of the Oriental kingdom was served freely to all. Including white visitors. Two large flags, the American and Japanese, were flung to the breeze In the center of grounds nicely decorated with strings of Japanese lanterns. A large number of exciting and closely contested races Tnd Japanese games were Indulged in, and In strange contrast to such affairs of our own no,, bickering or quarreling was indulged in. Every face wore a radiant smile throughout, and the joyous cries of "Banzai," as the prizes were distributed, thrilled the h...
NOTICE TO OWNERS OR PROPERTY IN QRIDBR ft HAMILTON’S TRACT [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
NOTICE TO OWNERS OR PROPERTY IN QRIDBR ft HAMILTON’S TRACT The purchasers of lota In Grider ft Hamilton's tract have arranged to hold t meeting on Wednesday evening, June 6th, In the real estate office In the rear of the Bank of Highland Park, for the purpose of discussing measures necessary to compel Grider &amp; Hamilton to pipe water and otherwise to fulfill their agreements with buyers of lots. A lively time Is on the tapis. Members of the above firm will be Invited to be present trad win be asked to say (In writing) where they are “at.” Every person who Is Interested In the Grider ft Hamilton property will lencT needed assistance to his own Interests If he win be present at the meeting. - We learn later that Grider ft Hamilton propose to grade only, one side of Ash and Means street, outside the city. The streets which they will grade are Huh, Baltimore' and Buchanan, hut these wTn only he graded up with soil, and no surfacing will be put on. These people evidently Inten...
METHODIST PRAISE SERVICE SUNDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
METHODIST PRAISE SERVICE SUNDAY EVENING. Sunday morning the choir will give Gounod’s “Come Unto Him" and Mrs. Fred C. Coryell will sing the beautiful “Jerusalem” from Mendelssohn’s “St. Paul.” In the evening the praise service, which was advertised for last Sundaynight and postponed on account of the rain, will he given. A pleasing addition to. the program published last week will he a solo from the Highland Park favorite, Mr. Leffier. He will sing ATlltsen’t “The Lord Is My Light.” The program .Is as follows: Hymn. Prayer. Anthem—-“ Praise the Lord, O My Soul” (Watson.) . ‘. Duet —"Lead, Kindly Light” (Lansing), Mrs. Roberts and Miss Cortelyon. Scripture lesson. Solo—“O, Eyes That Ahe Weary" (Brackett). Miss Grace Whltehom. Anthem—“ Praise Ye the Father" (Gounod.) Scripture lesson. Duet—“ Ever Near Us” .(Frans Abt), Miss Whltehorn, Mias Wentworth. Hymn. Offertory solo —Mr. Leffier. Anthem —“The Heavens Resound" —■ - - Closing hymn.
ALDAMA STREET IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
ALDAMA STREET IMPROVEMENT. Aldama street improvement from Avenue 64 to New York street Is now being strongly agitated. In fact, a petition for Improvement has been on file for a long time, and will not be allowed to sleep longer in the pigeon boles of the Board of Public Works by the energetic residents of that thoroughfare. When this street Is Improved In the manner asked for by the property owners, U will present an attraction not possessed by any ether In Highland Park. This will be six foot parkways between the sidewalk and curb on both aides of the street. Trees, flowers and shrubs will be planted in these spaces.
NEW YORK VALLEY BOOMING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
NEW YORK VALLEY BOOMING. The New York Valley improvement Association Is preparing for a big meeting on Monday night, and arrangements are being made *br a room which will accommodate the people. Wenrich's house proving too small. The meeting may be held in the new Presbyterian chapel. A unanimously signed petition has gone In for Improvement of that magnificent boulevard. New York street. Property values there will double. News Is expected from the car line proposition. Everybody at all interested In his home affairs should attend this meeting. -*
MORE HOUSES ON THE HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
MORE HOUSES ON THE HILLS. Three new houses were begun this week on the hills between Avenue 52 and 63 on Aldama street. Donald Cameron of 1455 West Thirty-eighth street Is building two handsome homes, one and a balf story, near the comer of Avenue 53 and Aldama, one of which he will occupy when completed. The other will be occupied by W. A. Dexter, who now lives at 1483 West Thirty-eighth street. Mr. Dexter will be the resident agent .of the Highland Park Heights tract, the new houses being located In this tract. As predicted by the Herald, a heavy movement to the hills Is in prospect.
GRAY’S HIGHLAND PARK. . [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
GRAY’S HIGHLAND PARK. . A new close In subdivision which has Just been placed on the market is located on Avenue 54, just beyond Aldama street a short distance. This Is a tract rarely excelled In convenience and attractive location. It has the advantage of years of improvement In the way of of bearing fruit, etc. For homeseekers, this place can hardly be equalled, considering prices and advantages of various kinds. See the advertisement in another column showing location. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ross, who formerly lived at corner of Monte Vista street and Avenue 67, will be overjoyed to learn that they will soon return to Highland Park to live. They sold their home and went back to the old home at Hoboken, N. J„ thinking that would be delightful. But they are homesick for good old Highland Park and will soon be back. Miss Louise, thg daughter, was one of Highland. Park’s most popular young ladies, and some time after her return, the Herald learns, there will be a wedding In...
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE NEWS From the Occidental. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE NEWS From the Occidental. | The Laurean Literary Society elected the following officer's for next year: ( President, Miss Bertha Boal, '08; vice president, Miss Mary Pierce, '08; secretary, Miss Alice Gall, '08; treasurer, Miss Janet Smart, 'O9; chaplain. Miss Lnella Rice, 'O9; sergeant-at-arms, Miss Leana Lodwlck, 'O9. The Junior Annual, “La Knclna,” promises to be the best annual ever edited In Occidental College. The staff, and class have been diligently at work for the past months gathering and editing material and from all Indications the paper will be a worthy monument to their untiring efforts. The Annual Is scheduled to appear on or about : June Ist. v The Alphas held a house party last Friday and Saturday at the home of Dr. McClung, Pasadena aven.ue and Avenue 52. All of the club members were present and a very enjoyable time was spent. Among the most Interested persons In attendance were the four prospective Alpha members, Misses Lodwlck, Bartram, Morrel...
POSITION OF THE COUNTY PRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
POSITION OF THE COUNTY PRESS ASSOCIATION. The Los Angeles County Weekly Country Press Association was organized In March, 1905, for the advancement of the business and social Interests of the country publishers and the wellfare of the communities they represent. Including also the enforcement of law and order and faithful, honest service on the part of public servants. The assocltalon will urge the support only of those candidates for office whose records demonstrate beyond question their fitness for the same. And who will place themselves unqualifiedly on record to support such measures as will redound to the Interests of the taxpayers bf Los Angeles county. The association will endeavor to aid In the nomination and election of good men only to every office. In public affairs and especially local matters the association will consider public interests above politics. Being now harmonized Into one body and having for Its mission not only the good of the publishers, but the greatest g...
FOR SALE BY OWNER. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
FOR SALE BY OWNER. New 6-room bungalow In the best residence district In Highland Park. Built for a home, with every modern convenience. Old gold pressed brick mantel, dining room panelled, built-in seats and bookcases, three large bedrooms. The front bedroom is connected with folding doors to living room and dining room, so these rooms can be made one large room. The house Is finished with selected slash grain Oregon pine burned, polished hardwood floors, fine bath room and wash ,tray,' hot water heater. I’m going away In thirty days. Must sell. See me at oncej W. Wright, 132 East Avenue 58. Phone 38283.
HILL IMPROVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
HILL IMPROVEMENTS Highland Park la steadily growing ■ In every part, the vacant lots being rapidly improved with handsome , homes, but in no portion is there a more general Improvement than in the • hill section north of Monte Vista • street. These bill lota are becoming very popular as sites for handsome I homes, for those who realize the possibilities which may result from a ■ little thoughtful attention to the de- - tails in improving the home surround- - Ings. This will be found a most In- ■ foresting study for one giving it sufI flclent consideration, and there is an ' opportunity for the display of In- - divlduality in the improvement of hill , property, more difficult to attain on 1 level lots, especially in terraced efi fects, either by the use of cobblestone i work or by simple terraced lawns. i One of the best examples of teri raced lots may be seen on West Avei nue 53, north of Monte Vista street, where all of the property owners have ■ joined In the uniform Improvement o...
LOOKED -LIKE 30 CENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
LOOKED -LIKE 30 CENTS. The response to our post card subscription orders has been very gratifying, over three hundred having been received during the week. One dyspeptic individual at 5036 Echo street went to the trouble and expense to write that he wouldn’t hate the Herald. We oversized his pll’e we asked for 15 cents. We thought he looked like at least 30 cents.
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS The Sunday school of the M. E. church will have a day’s outing In the form of a hay ride and picnic In Eaton’s canyon on Saturday, June 9. Have you noticed the fine cobble work on West Ave, 63? Nothing better in Highland Park. If you want one of these lots, NOW Is the dime. Neat fall they cannot be bad at present prices. We own them. Poor &amp; Wing, 5134 Pasadena ave, •» Mr. S. A. Culberson and family have removed to Garvanza, and are living in the Sidney Good house at the corner of Avenue 66 and Pollard street. This family will be a valuable addition to the musical circles of Oarvanza. H. S. Thompson ft Son have sold lot 8 in Bllita Place to Miss Nellie M. White, one of the teachers in the Avenue 54 school. She will build a nice six-room house. Bllita Place has certainly been on tne move since the Thompsons took hold of it. Mrs. James G. Cortelyou will give an "At Home" for the ladles of the Methodist church on Thursday, June 14th, at her home, 597...
HIGHLAND GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
HIGHLAND GLEN. Mr». Harriet Randol of East Avenue--64 intended making a visit to Ventura this week, but she has Invested »o ■ heavily in Highland Park real estate and Is so much in love with the place - that she cannot bear to think of leaving at all. ■&gt;' ■ The Junior League of the Methodist church, composed of children between 8 and 16 years, gave their first party Tuesday on the church grounds. Mrs w - *■ Dlnsmore and Miss Clemons had charge of the affair, which was a very enjoyable one. W. R. Morehouse, of the Occidental «ioo C iS “i* sportln * S™* l * house at 6023 Pasadena avenue, spent Wednesday with friends at target shooting near Highland Park, and much sport was enjoyed. H. B. Memory of 126 Bast Avenue 66, moved to Boyle Heights yesterday. A pleasant reunion of Oklahoma people occurred this week, there be■ijg a large number present. Fourteen were present from Blackwell. Among the latter number was W g Prettyman of the Highland Park, pharmacy, who was for several ...
HIGHMMD P*RKrIAPPW»CS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
HIGHMMD P*RKrIAPPW»CS The soakers 'after Highland .Park homes coatinue .to Increase In'numbers, More calls than ever are reported, and much building la planned. Do you want any gardening work done? Do you want your grounds looked after by the month? Let us attend to it. Sycamore Grove Nurseries, 4584 Pasadena avenue. Home 31254, East 848. Blooming pansies, verbenas, and other bedding plants for sale by Mra. A. E. Thornburgh, second house west of Annandale school. Phone East 1518. Mr. Blum of Monte Vista street killed a three toot gopher snake in his yard Saturday. These snakes are harmless, and are the only kind found in Highland Park. When you have unexpected company to lunch or dinner Just ring np the Highland Park Market, Lillie, Mills ft Co., Home 39034, East 88, We’ll net disappoint you. Highland Park tract lots of Grider ft Hamilton’s are wanted at this office, List your bargains at once. I can sell them. Rush. 815 N. Ave. 64. Phone. East 2016. Mrs. Murphy of Aldama street, ne...