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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
Bank of HigMandPerk 0. W. E. GRIFFITH, Pres. J. We JEFFREY, Vice Pres. ORIN LIENTZ, Acting Cashier Four per cent. Interest allowed on term savings accounts. * Call and sec our new savings bunks, free to all customers Patronize your home bank. All savings are invested In mortgages on homes In Highland Park and vicinity. Begin your account now. Home Phone 39228 , Sunset S. 618 Highland Park Us Rea! Estate Home Realty Co SQSO Pasadena Ave Phone East 1772 Home 39314 JOBBING Promptly Attended To D. F. MURPHY Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter GAS LIGHT SUPPLIES, MANTELS, CHIMNEYS, BUENEES, ETC, ETC. 5719 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. Highland Park Lunch Room and Restaurant . . . . . , CHAS. STROLE. Proprietor. 5717 1-2 Pasadena Avenue. SYCAMORE GROVE NURSERIES DO You want any Gardening work done ? You want your grounds looked after by the month? You want any Nursery Stock? I S* Come to us. We carry a full line of ■ "M" Ornamental Shrubs, Fruit Trees, I Palms, Ferns, Acacias, Eucalyptus, ...
GARVANZA GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
GARVANZA GLEANINGS. ■ »V - »- ... * . QARVANZA HERALD A remarkable series of evangelistic meetings has been In progress at the Methodist Episcopal ehurch, North Avenue 66, A large number of persons have testified to great help received The meetings will be continued on Sunday. The pastor will preach In the morning and in the evening the men will be out In force. Myers &amp; Kulll tracts In Eagle Rock has been completed ready for oiling: Valley View, Eagle Rock and Rock View tracts. Grading of streets In tbelr Annandale Heights tract has commenced. Supervisor Patterson of Highland Park is hereby reminded that while the honorable body to which he belongs are contemplating an additional tax on the people In order to raise a million dollars. for the extension of their place of business and other Incidentals, It might be well to realize part of this sum through the sale of the tract of land held by the county Just north of Santa Fe crossing on Pasadena avenue. What at present Is ...
IMPORTANT SALES AND IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
IMPORTANT SALES AND IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED. Crltes, Myers &amp; Kulli report the sale of the Myers &amp; Kulli store building at 117, 119 and 121 South Avenue 64 to Isaac F. Gulwlts; they have alho sold to the same purchaser flora D. L. Duntley the fine corner now partially occupied by the tennis court at the corner of Avenue 63 and Pasadena avenue, consisting'of two'tfnd one-half lots; they have also sold to the same buyer from B. H. Donnell a lot fronting on Avenue 63 and adjoining the last-named property on the south. Mr. Gulwlts will Improve all of this property without delay. They have also sold to Miss Mary M. Miller from Miss Josephine Garland one of the choicest "Bluff” lots on Avenue 66, upon which the purchaser Is planning to build a home. They have also sold to M. W. Reed a lot In the Gates tract at Eagle Rock. Mrs. Vail has purchased through their agency the Fletcher cottage on Eagle Rock avenue, between Avenues 64 and 65, and will occupy the property herse...
NtglMled Opportunities. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
NtglMled Opportunities. Mr. Sldener had made his first public speech. Hie subject was good—the Iniquities of industrial economy—and , he hoped hts treatment bad been adequate. He was not sure. He waited for his wife’s verdict, but she was strangely silent. She had listened to him from the gallery of the town hall, and he had halfexpected her to meet him at the door qfterward, and to say, 'as soon as they were out of hearing, “Oh, it was simply great, Eddy!” But they were half-way home, and she had said nothing of the kind. “Well,” he began, awkwardly, when he could bear it no longer, “what did you think of my speech?” “Whljt you said was all right,” she answered, with guarded enthusiasm. “But it seemed to me you didn’t make the most of your opportunities.” “Opportunities?” repeated Mr. Sldener. “What do you mean, Effle?” “Why,” Mrs. Sidener replied, “you bad ever so many chances to sit down before you did.”
A Secret. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
A Secret. A man who bad purchased a toelooking horse soon discovered that the animal was blind, and after several weeks be succeeded in disposing of baC, as the defect did not seem to Irniip her speed nor detract from her general .appearance. The next day the new owner of the horse appeared. “Say, you know that mare yon aoM me?” be began. “She’s stone-blind.” ' “I know it,” replied her past owner, with an easy air. “You didn’t say anything to me aboat It," said the purchaser, bis -face red with anger. “Well, you see,” replied the other, “that fellow who sold her to me didn't tell me about It, and I just concluded that he didn’t want it known.”
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
5 W. L. Van Wig Robert Ruedy Cor Ave 64 and Pasadena Ave Phone East 2376 A COMPLETE 'STOCK Shelf and Builders’ Hardware ■ ■ . ■ -i ■ ■ ; ’ • - •. Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Refrigerators, TIN AND GRANITEWARF PAINTS AND OILS ■ ...'X* .y.“ ”.. _ r ■ Garden Tools Hose Lawn Mo.wers Screen Wire Chicken Wire All kinds of Stoves, including Gas, Gasoline, and Wood or Goal Ranges ~ San Rafael ITerrace Tpact The Cream of the Foothills' ll GaRVANZA n S’ O 22 iTT.. Sr *etf ♦ 0 36 &gt;39 40 »&lt; /« Lf ■'» 35 4 I 2 42 !• 3-? /&lt;*• * * Drive: 30 t I •• I to 3 v I ' ! /*•. a« 43 32 3i y&amp;AP Op 2/ rr-i. » „ &lt;T- t V 9 SAN RArAUTCRRAnETRapvy Surveyed Aliller Mountain 2 Ave. CAur m cA of /Am Jtffgo/# -• : ' M Located on mountain avenue, opposite the Beautiful Church oftfhe Angels. ’Thousands have fallen thejbeautiful country surrounding this romantically located church. The opportunity is now given to secure a hprhe here. A. Singer y General Agent, Office...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
Lip pen’s Dr Store Pasadena Aveand.Ave 64 Oal Don t go to the city to purchase Drugs, Patent 7^ e(^c * nes ’ e^c -&gt; when you can save time and car are. We sell everything in the above line at Oity Prices. Bring us your prescriptions, na matter how difficult they are. Our prescription department is complete. No substitution whatever. You get what your physician calls for. Church of the Angels Heights - Near Romantic Church of the Angels — &gt; In the beautiful foot hills of Garvanza. Large lots having double frontage, $5OO and up. One, block from car line, 5c ", fare. Just a limited few to be sold. C&lt;*me now and look them over. Carriage at office. Haynes Realty Company 200 So a Ave 64- Phone East 2323
DESTRUCTION CREEPS. Day by Day the Encroaching Water* of the Colorado River Flood the Salton Sink. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
DESTRUCTION CREEPS. Day by Day the Encroaching Water* of the Colorado River Flood the Salton Sink. Los Angeles.—Creeping slowly up the water gauge at Salton, Inch by inch, the rising flood of the Salton Sea marks the destruction spreading over the thousands of acres Covered by the softly flowing waters. Every foot of rise marked upon this gauge mesas miles of land subdued by the runaway Colorado River. Within the past five weeks the sea has risen six feet. This means that where not so long ago ran the Southern Pacific tracks, where embryo towns were planting, where Irrigated ranches were spread- ing a carpet of green verdure and crops over the face of the desert, yacht races could now be sailed upon this Inland sea. In this old-time sea bed of a forgotten age. when scaly monsters sported upon its banks, the thirsty sands have drunk greedily of the waters which burst from their irrigating bounds and Its salt deposits are once more absorbed, yet still the waters rise, still from its l...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
Back East ' , ’» ' • ■ .JK Excursions JUNE 6 AND 7 Chicago and back $72.50 St. Louis and back 67.50 St Paul and back 70.00 Kansas City and .back 60.00 Omaha and back 60.00 Denver and back 55.00 Memphis and back 67.50 New Orleans and back 67; 50 and many other points on same basis. Tickets good for return until September 7. Communicate at once with nearest Santa Fe Agent. &gt; **" m Santa [e OJ a if Cream of Highland Park’ . ■ jr ' • -J. ' ' • Exclusively High Grade Residence Property LOCATED On the finest bill site in Highland “Park, commanding a SUPERB VIEW of entire Los Angeles, Pasadena, Garvauza, Eagle|Rock and Hermon. The view of the mountains from this tract is beautiful beyond description, STREET CAR SERVICE 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. . 1 /’ N I rra7 60 3T7T 67 211 60 ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
Phillips' ■ »■ * Grocery Carries a Full Line of Pruitt and Vegetables Goal, Grain and Wood Phone East It OS 309 Hew York Si New York Ww SVSM&amp; * *?* MICHAEL SCHNURR Proprietor Meats Fish Poultry Sunset East 1104 . 309 New York St Apropos oi Lent MnrSsr lUt Father’s got conniption fits. Put him out of pain; Mother’s almost lost her wits From tht (oarful strain. Doctor, can 700 hesitate? Strychnine's yqnder on the plats. Baby’s jelling with his teeth. Poor, dear, little creature 1 One above and one beneath, Twisting every feature. When his mouth he opens wlds. Giro him the cyanide. Fanny’s had an awful blow. Her engagement’s broken; Can you see her suffer so? Not a word she’s spoken. Rough-on-rats la painful, yet ' It will help her to forget. Uncle Thomas has the gout. Feet and legs are swelling; Cannot sleep or move about— Hark! Tou hear him yelling? We, his heirs, have all agreed From his pain he must be freed. -Saturday Beeping Post.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
Phone Home 89108 Dm Em WELLS "1 . Baggage All Kinds of Express Wortt Residence V ■»'’ 116 W. Ave 53 Highland Park Highland Park Poultry Rancji Mr. A. T. Gray &amp; Son, . Proprictoß Thoroughbred Blue Andalusians White Pekin Docks +■ Barred and White Plymouth Rocks Eggs incubated and baby chicks for sale, North Ave 56‘ Near Sherman Ave Telephone East 951 Highland Park P. 0. Highland Park, Qarvanza and Los Angeles Express. ’ This will notify all concerned that I have secured from Fred Hallert the Highland Park, Carranza and Los Angeles Express, formerly owned by me and am again ready to attend promptly aU orders In my line. Regular trips down town in a. m. Residence 529 New York street. Phong Home 39332, EaSt 2169. Down town office 212 E. 3d street. Home 2293. W. B. KEESE • i. . The Hard-Working Reformer. “Sometimes,” said Uncle Eben, “It ’pears to toe like a reformer was one o’ desbere people dat has to talk two hours an’ a half to ’spress one p’ de ten commandments. An’ dar ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
Miss Ollvs Tunison 6145 Ptahnotit Ave Teacher of Piano 0 AccomfWuayijig a Specialty Having studied under competent teachers in the East, and now studying at the Conservatory of Music, Los Angeles, would like a limited number of pupils. Call Home Phone 39310 Dr. Roy L. Spencer, Dentist. Hours—9:3o to 12; Ito 5. Evenings and Sundays by apEast 290. Corner Ave. 58 and Pasadena avenue, Highland Park. Chas. I. Sweet Lawyer, 364 Pacific Electric build ing, corner 6th and Main streets Phones, Sunset 6054, Home 2513 5809 Pasadena ave Express Leave orders for expressing at the Star Real Estate Office, 5809 Pasadena avenue. C. O. Brees, Phone, East 1386. City phones, Main 1862, Home 1378. Residence East2l96 J. 0. Hawley, Pension attorney, notary public. 6113 Piedmont avenue, Highland Park. Home phone 39263. Suttle Brothers, Contractors. All kinds’ of team work. Residence, 6310 Eagle Rock avenue. Phone, East 574. Jarett Bros., Carriage Shop. 6060 Pasadena avenue. Blacksmith ing and general repa...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
* m * T * m m V lates To Eastern OH lea. The usual low round trip rates to the east will be available this season from California and Nevada stations of the Salt Lake Route on account of various conventions as follows : New Haven, Ct. Knights of Columbus—Sell May 24, 25, 26—Return limit ; August 3L Rates will bo announced later. —'— Denver, Colo. ■ B. P. O. Elks—Sell July 17, 18, 19.—Return limit Sept 30. Rate $55.00. - Minneapolis, Minn. G. A. R—Sell August 7, 8, and 9.—Return limit Oct. 31. Rate $70.00. ' Milwaukee, Wls. —- Order of Eagles—Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9.—Return limit Oct. 31. Rate $74.50., „ . Also sell July 2 and 3—Return limit 90 days—Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9 and Sept. 8, 9, and 10.—Return limit Oct. 31. Chicago, 111. s72.so—St Louis, Missouri $67.50. St. Paul, Minn. s7o.oo—Minneapolis, Alitm.. $70.00. Kansas City, Mo. $60,00. Omaha, Neb., $60.C0. Council Bluffs, la. s6o.oo—St. Joseph, Mo., $60.00. Tickets will be sold going via Salt Lake Route and connections and rtfy turning via ...
FARMERS CORNER [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
FARMERS CORNER tar Icing Poultry and Strawberries. When one speaks of poultry In condition with any low-growing plant io»t people can see only the scratch&gt;g birds and the ruined plants, but the imblnation has been and Is being •ofltably carried out If one selects ie of the larger breeds of hens for W combination, the scratching -part ‘be proposition will bo reduced to a Inliuum, and If the fowls are not redred to obtain their entire living om the patch of strawberry plants, e y will do comparatively little dame - It Is, of course, understood that e fowls are not allowed on the patch til after the fruit has been gath!d, but from that time until they go :o winter quarters they will be exKllngly useful, for they will take Id care of all the' Insects, do little mage In the way of scratching which i be readily repaired by going over 1 plot each day, and their droppings 1 add materially to the richness of ! Plot If the plantation covers a istderable area It will be a good plan ...
Keepsake Gooseberries. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
Keepsake Gooseberries. I he main value of this recent Intros' :ion from the other side seems to I In the fact that the variety Is ■ Arm, productive and ships well. fhether It can be profitably grown .any considerable territory can lie discovered by experimenting It. So far. In limited tests, It i to be better than any other of ' Dngllsh varieties, but Its quality t nearly as good as the old fawitb American growers, the Ing. It shows less tendency to ir than other European varieties, | igh It is doubtless susceptible to I Itsease. It is not advised to plant I arlety largely without first testI through several seasons. THE KEEPSAKE GOOSEBERRIES.
Paralysis In Swine. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906
Paralysis In Swine. Hie opinions may differ as to the ■of paralysis In swine, the fact ■&gt; that In nearly every case ItSb disease Is found It has been I that the hog was largely corn In the sections known os the corn ■ls disease Is more prevalent than Isr parts of the country; more ■e that corn U at the bottom of Bujtle. Swine afflicted with this should be given a dose of ■Salts, and after the bowels have Bfreely, fed for a number of days B&gt;p consisting of wheat middlings ■need meal, nslng milk Instead Ber for the mixing. A liberal By of lime water should be added ■ feed. After the animal ImBthe ration should be varied conBy, and corn form the smallest Hsslble. If the afflicted animal ■ young the pigs should be B at once.