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What the Dreu Needed. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

What the Dreu Needed. Miss Angles—This new gown of mine doesn’t give me the graceful figure the tailor claimed it would. 1 must have it altered. Miss Wumplelgh—Why don-’t yon take It to Paddem & Co. ? Miss Angles—Are they your tailors? Miss Plumplelgh—Oh, no; they’re up-holsterers.—Tlt-Blts. When a woman buys Usually says It Is due to astigmatism. But It Is ofteuer due to oldngeism.

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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To Prevent Ship’* Rollins:. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

To Prevent Ship’* Rollins:. A German engineer, Otto von S.'lllk’kr-who has been studying for many years tbe prevention of ships' rolling, believes the solution lies In a gyroscope. Herr .Schllck proposes to steady ships by mounting the gyroscope In the hold, and his first experiments on a large scale have been undertaken with an old torpedo boat. In this craft u gryoscope with a disc welglng 1,036 pounds was mounted with a steam tufbliie which would rotate It at a speed of more than 2,000 revolutions a minute Tbe oscillations and pitching of the vessel were carefully measured before the steam was admitted to the turbine, and then when tjie turbine was put In revolution the motion practically ceased. So successful were these experiments with the sixty-ton torpedo boat that It has been decided to proceed with a larger craft.

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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|ioo KKWA&* gtoo [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

|ioo KKWA&* gtoo Ths readers of this paper will bw pleased to learn that there la at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure ia the only poeltlve cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure le taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of tbe disease, and giving the patient strength by building up she constitution ana assisting nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers, that they offer one hundred dollart tor any ease that it tails to cure. Sand for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHUNKY A CO.. To. ledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggist. 7i Take Hall’s Family Pills for Coretlpation.

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Watts Up tor Him. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Watts Up tor Him. Dqrlng a heated political discussion among a number of men some one excitedly asked: "What Is a boss, anyway?” Nobody seemed anxious to answer, but all turned somewhat expectant eyes toward Ur. Meeklngton, who had been taMng a leading part In the discussion. "You’ll have to excuse me,” said Mr. M., noting the expectant attitude of the crowd. “The only boss I know Is the bead of my modest household, and politeness to a lady prevents me from commenting upon her characteristics.”

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Sharp and Well-Bet. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

Sharp and Well-Bet. Vke mistress of the house was newly Installed—and looked It—but she had clearly defined Ideas on Industrial questions, and when the man who had called her to the door asked for a little something to eat, she Immediately looked toward the wood pile In the yard. “Well,” she said, “If yon will get that ax ” “Oh, I sha’n’t need that!” the man Interrupted, In a reassuring tone. “My teeth are all rlsht”

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

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Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 2 June 1906

I«« < I. ■(f *• ■ yvv-.# •■•■■« -i t v: • T,:v : ■' I- ‘ ’ ■<S7 • J i a W’ u'ftiiiilMmg : V'‘-V -Wfc "‘I l-v 3 J /;• 46 ,54 44 a 43 4/ HBft 40 £ .52 62 49 64 >5B g go *5 . •«* v -- <r MONTEZUMA 44 49 iza so isr.es--48 ,// ao i*7 60 32 LANE 7SS7S“ 46 «r 26 v S 40 HIGHLAND PARK TERRACE. The choicest of Highland Park’s beautiful hill tracts. The cement sidewalks, cement curbs and cement gutters are now complete on Ave. 52, Montezuma street, Ave. 51 and on Palm Lane, and the street work on Ave. 50 is well under way. Being within the city limits the street work is done under city inspection, according to city specifications and on city grades. It is a permanent improvement and not a temporary makeshift. Several fine residences, which have been awaiting the completion of the street work, will soon be under way. •So The building restriction of $1,500 is sufficient to satisfy purchasers that they are safe in making first-class improvements, and we...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HERALD Local News of' Highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Hill Park, Hermon, Mt. Washington, Eagle Rock and New York Valley NO. 52. VOL. 1, HIGHLAND PARJK, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY, JUNE 9,1906 . Published Weekly: $1.60 per year; 16c per month

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OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM June 9, 8 p. m.—Recital, Scb&dt of Music. June 10, 11 a.m.—Baccalaureate sermon, Highland Park Presbyterian church. June 10, 4 p.m.—Vesper service of the Christian Associations, for faculty and students. - June 11, 8 p.m.—Academy graduation exercises. June 12, 8 p.m.—Senior class day. June 13. 8 p.m.—Graduation exorcises, academic course, School ol Music. June 14, 10:30 a.m.—Annual commencement. Monday, June 11, Tuesday, June 12 —Art exhibit, Academy building. Exercises will occur In the Hall of’ Letters.

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G. WALTER tibNROE, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

G. WALTER tibNROE, Supervising principal cff schools, Whittier. Candidate for County Superintend mt of Schools. Subject to the decision of the Remhllcan County Convention. Resident of the county twenty years. In school work twelve years. Graduate Los Angeles State Normal. Graduate University of California. University graduate student 6ne ear. Assistant in university one year.

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iRIDER & HAMILTON ON THE RACK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

iRIDER & HAMILTON ON THE \ RACK. I Purchasers of lots in Grider & Ham■ton g Highland Park tract to the lumber of thirty-five met in indignant Bnclave Wednesday night, in the real ■state office in the hank building, and ■d the members of that firm a staling turn for their dilatory tactics in ■aiding and sidewalkiug the streets, ■■rider & Hamilton's tract is one of lie most beautiful and easily acBasible sections of Highland Park, lid on this account the firm sold out Be entire subdivision in the record Bne of three days, about the middle I last November. People were in Bch a hurry to get the lots that none lere left for sale when the advertised Bening day came around. The inBstors secured good property at low Bices, on which they will double their Boney at no distant day. ißut the present difficulty is over pother question. Grider & HarallBn contracted to grade and oil the Beets, build cement curbs and sldeBiks, and pipe water throughou...

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PAY YOUR POLL TAX [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

PAY YOUR POLL TAX re July Ist and save money. Mr. , Raney of 51,12 Pasadena avenue deputy county assessor. To acnodate the people of this vicinity 111 receive poll taxes at his resle up to July Ist, between 6 and i. and after 6 p.m.

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PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES TOMORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES TOMORROW. The service at the Presbyterian church next Sunday will be given over to the College commencement and Dean Stevenson will preach the baccalaureate sermon at 11 a.m. Prof. D. C. Rice has prepared special music for the occasion, which will be rendered by his well-trained chorus choir. Anthem, "Give Unto the Lord, OYe Mighty.” The usual church hymns and two solos by Miss Aneta Trumbull Dodge of Pasadena, “He Shall Feed His Flock,” and “Come Unto Rim,” from the “Messiah." The great doors between the auditorium and. the Sunday school room will be thrown open and the 250 chairs of the Sunday school added to the seating capacity, thus providing ample room for all within easy hearing distance of the pulpit.

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ONE MORE FOR THE'HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

ONE MORE FOR THE'HILLS. Lloyd B. Austin, educational director of the Y. M. C. A., who recently purchased a lot from Poor & Wing In Highland Heights tract, oh Aldama street, near Avenue 53, has sold his property in the city, and will at once commence the erection of a fine sevenroom home on the above site. Score one mote for the hills.

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NEW YORK VALLEY AROUSED [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

NEW YORK VALLEY AROUSED The New Yorkers are an irrepressible lot. Theyr’e going after Improvements now, and people are going to see that the valley lying to the north of us Is a garden spot. At Monday night’s meeting of the New York Valley Improvement' Association Mr. W. C. Weaver reported progress with the car line enterprise. Five hundred dollars was still needed, and there is no manner of doubt but that such a bagatelle will be raised. The railroad company stands ready to sign contracts. A petition to grade Aldama street to a Junction wlih New York was favored, and will be circulated. The petition for Improvement of New York strfvt Is on file with the board of public vurks, but has not been acted upon, on account of the over supply of h-'Mdays. The next m>«tlng, which will be very Important on account of special matters to come before It, will occur on June 18th. Several new members Joined the Improvement association.

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THE EBELL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

THE EBELL PICNIC. The “Highland Park Ebell" closed a most successful and interesting season last Tuesday with a picnic at Eastlake park. The club turned out In numbers, all bent on a Jolly good time, which they certainly had. The long tables fairly groaned with all the de ; licacies of the season, to which they did ample Justice. One cake (a product of Highland Park) came in for special notice. After dinner as each name was called they responded with an appropriate quotation, followed by toasts, speeches, etc., some of which were followed by bursts of laughter, proving there were some bright, witty members present. After the tableswere cleared several intellectual games, conundrums, etc., were indulged In. After a stroll through the park, green houses and animal quarters, they boarded the cars for home, declaring unanimously that the last club function was a decided success.

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SAW THE QOLDEN STAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906

SAW THE QOLDEN STAIR. Col. A. L. Nles of the Highland Park Wagon Works Is again on duty, but that’s not, his fault. It can all be laid up to a pesky mule which started In to put Nles out of business one day last week, but missed the mark about one inch. The mule was receiving the customary new pair of shoes for his pedal extremities —and Nles was giving him a good fit -as is his custom. Mr. Mule became dissatisfied about the pointed toes or something, and he just let Mr. Nles have It in usual mule style, and the obliging shoe man was picked up unconscious' out on Pasadena avenue. There Is a big gash In his head just one inch back of the temple.

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