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Devotion to an Idea. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
Devotion to an Idea. Watt Gozuj—-Isn't it something start-, ling for old Hunks to be dropping into extravagant habits at his time of life? Downe—Yes; he has just _found, out-.that there inheritance: tax, and he’s opposed to it on principle. Me says he is going to see to it that his heirs don’t have to pay Any such tax.
The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
The Churches. Services at the Highland Park Christian church each Lord's day. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 o’clock. Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. and evening service at 7130. All are cordially invited to attend. ir" &gt; Cunilj drlanj Presbyterian Mission, corner of Avenue 58 and Marnjion Way. Services, preaching 11 a. m., f 80 p. m. every Sabbath. Sunday -.pool, 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting, 10 every Thursday. Rev. N. F. Gill Js. supplying' the pulpit during the aly, since of the pastor. Highland Park M. E. churchJßev. J. Alfred Jackson, lit. D., pastdr. Sunlay services: Sunday school and Bible class, 9:45 a. m. Preaching service, 11 a. m. Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. Evening service, 7;30 p. m. Service on Wednesday evening at 7:30. The pastor, Dr. Jackson, Is making these services a special feau.'e by a systematic exposition of the four gospels, beginning with Matthews gospel. ' &lt; - Junior Epworth League every Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. Presbyteri...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
6023 PASADENA AVE BICYCLES. BICYCCE SUNDRIES. Cornell, Shell, Yale and Triumph. Everything for the Bicycle. We make a specialty of putting on our fully guaranteed NEW OXFORD tires for $O. A SPECIAL for JUNE- is our own make Triumph Special Bicycle, which is the best offer ever made to the public of this vicinity; on a high-grade bicycle. The very heat frame is enameled w-ith four coats best enamel, each coat being baked separately, and the colorings are in handsome carmine or royal blue, with artistic transfers and stripes and with enameled rims striped to match. Either a Corbin, Morrow or New Departure brake 1$ used and every bicycle is put up with our NEW OXFORD tires; extension handle bars of late pattern; Pearson's Special saddle, etc. In brief, this is a good $5O bicycle for JUNE SPECIAL for $35. We will sell to any responsible person any bicycle in our store on the installment plan. —-- We make ample allowance on used wheels where they are traded in on a new one, or should y'd...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
LINCOLN ft NEISWONQER 12* Wnt Art M Omr NMrtarrjr’i Start Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, Manicuring, ChiropodUt, Shampooing, Hairdressing, Scalp 'Treatment-a Specialty. Ladies get your work done at the new Toilet Purloin. All Work Guaranteed. Tailoring Cleaning Pressing C.C. Reed, 5719 Pasadena Av I‘HONKS: Ki.hi 2I!I1 Hume 3H311 Orders eallc(| lor and delivered. Dry clean a specialty. WE MAKE 'EM Hot water from the Sun Winter and Summer “SHIMS OUT” .. THE LATEST SOL WORKS ’EM j. No Danger v No Delay No Expense SOLAR HEATER COMPANY / 333 NEW HIOH STLOS ANOELES, CAL. Percy K. Lusk Klr»t elm'll Tem-'l*er of Piano and harmbny 232 Ave 57 Wert ORNAMENTAL FIREPLACES M VNTELS CL ALL KINDS r 1 n,'like a specialty of the above I work, end guarantee satisfaction, i Also do' general masonre. 0. M. SUMNER, 1 Cor. As!i and Baltimore Sts , Phone Sunset East 2294 S. C. wing W. F. Poor Notary Public COR &amp; WING ' 5134 Pasadena Avo es East 531 HomcTSoOlO i ■ We are SOLE AGENTS in Highland P...
GARVANZA GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
GARVANZA GLEANINGS. GARVANZA HERALD Souvenirs Free. 1 A fine pin tray of oxidized sliver with glided Southern Cail'fornla views, such as the Court House, San Gabriel Mission, and many others will be given away FREff with jbvery one dollar purchase In the Garvanza Department Store, 109 South Avenue G4. ~ . •• . . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Besancon of Ruby street left Thursday for a three months’ visit to their old home in Grand Rapids, Mich. If. you are looking for a bargain in a nice, cheap home, see our list. We have some fine homes for a little money and good terms. Haynes Realty Co., 200 South Avenue 64. Eagle Rock fruit and vegetables Green &amp; Hooks. Fred Waidschmldt, son of Daniel Waldschmidt, of Ruby street, and Miss Bernardino Bedford, daughter of Dr. Bedford of Pasadena avenue and Avenue 64, were united in holy matrimony on Monday by Dr. Robert .„cIjityre, pastor of the First M. E. church, in the presenpe of the members of the families of the contracting parties. The ha...
California Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
California Items of Interest. Exeter farmers want 200 field laborers. Oakland takes all the Pajaro valley strawberries at $6 per chest. Napa county grppegrowers are being offered $3O per ton. Solano county plums are on the market. Around San Jose cherries are but half a crop. Sheepmen In the North are jubilant over the late rains.- ' ‘ Feed for stock will hold for a longer time this season than for many-years past. ■ ‘ —*• Hop prices for old crop have gone up on account of the losses in the Frisco fire. —’ The Reclamation Service will soon purchase machinery to use on the Klamath project. The San Joaquin river peat lands will yield the heaviest crop of asparagus vet harvested. The Salton sea rose six feet last month and spoiled many valuable acres. Riverside gets the Southern California branch of the University Experiment station. The grape growers of Sutter county have organized in an endeavor to secure better prices. Agents 'are in the field for apricot pits to be shipped to Germa...
FORTNIGHTLY SENSE AND NONSENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
FORTNIGHTLY SENSE AND NONSENSE. The Garvanza Fortnightly club will close the year’s work with a Nonsense per*-, Thursday evening, June 14, at f e home of G. W. Wilson, 615. North A enue 60. The members are asked' To’ come dressed in some odd or comics! costume. An admission fee m2a cents will be charged to defray the expense of publishing the club story and poem. The entertainment for the evening Ip In charge of a committee who promise.a jolly good time. Memhe:--; and their friends are invited to be present.’ The club story was started with the frst meeting of last year by Prof. Judson and continued at each succeeding session by a different member. Prof. Judson devoted the opening chapter .to the pastoral life of this vicinity in the early days, and it gives much information about the Indians and Mexicans of those days. The story ot last year and the club’s continued poem of this year, when publisfied in book form, will make an exceedingly interesting volume for the library.
PSI-MU-GAMMA SOCIAL A LA -BOX, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
PSI-MU-GAMMA SOCIAL A LA -BOX, The Psi-Mu-Gapima boys of the Garvanza M. E. Sunday school will give a box social and entertainment in the ■church parlors on the evening of Friday, June 15. Every lady who attends is requested to bring a box lunch for two. These boxes will be sold at auction to the highest bidder. A special feature of the evening’s entertainment will be the jolly shadow pantomime in three acts, entitled “The Beautiful Mary Jane.” Both old and young are invited to come out and enjoy the fun. Admission tree.
SAN FRANCISCO FIRE SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
SAN FRANCISCO FIRE SCENES. Come to ‘he big show to be given by; the Woodmen in Miller’s hall, Gar--.anna, Monday night, for the Foresters’ team. It will be a stereoptlcon lecture on the San Francisco Are and earthquake. A fine exhibition of 152 views and 41 colored fire scenes. A free picture is given after the show. Come and help out the Woodmen and get a picture. Prices 25 cents, children 15 cents.
Tangled in His Specification*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
Tangled in His Specification*. “Tommy, you were not at school yesterday. Why was that?” asked the teacher. “I was sick, ma’am,” answered Tommy. “I an sorry to hear it. What was the trouble?” “I had an awful sore thumb.” “That is too bad. What caused it?” “I— I stepped on a rusty nail, ma’am.” Then the teacher knew that Tommy had played hookey and gone to the ball rnrae.
Helping Him On. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
Helping Him On. “Now, for my part,” said Mr. Timmid. tentatively, “I wouldn’t dare tlilnk of marrying ” “Why not?” eagerly Interrupted Misa Ann Teeek. J “Because I haven’t any money." “But.” she suggested helpfully, “couldn’t you get somebody to lend you a little?”—-Catholic Standard and Times.
ONLY SEVEN IN A CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
ONLY SEVEN IN A CENTURY. Vtmbrellm Improvements Have Not Been Frequently Patented. Up to a few years ago, if Is said, by the American Inventor, only seven patents ou umbrellas had been Is'sued In the United States In one hundred years. The ribs and stem of an umbrella are generally made In factories bavlug a specialty of these Items and are sent thence to the real manufacturer. Here first the man whose work It is to assemble the parts Inserts a bit of wire Into the small holes at the end of the ribs, draws them together about the main rod and puts on the ferrule. In cutting the cloth seventy-five thicknesses or thereabouts are 'arranged upon' a splitting table, at which skilled operators work. In another rooms are a number of girls who. operate hemming machines. A thousand yards of hemmed goods is but a day’s work for one of these girls. The machines at which they work have a speed of 3,000 revolutions a minute. After hemming the cloth Is cut Into triangular pieces with a knife as b...
THE SEASON’S RAINFALL, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
THE SEASON’S RAINFALL, TJie rains which have fallen In this section as observed by R, H. Lindsay of Garvanza, have been .particularly generous and, with the exception of the month,of December, been well distributed, beginning early and' ccatia-. ulng laie. As is nsuaily the case, tne amount of precipitation recorded for Garvanza and Highland Park exceeds that recorded by the United States Weather Bureau in Los Angeles; the excess in favor of the former amounting to 3.41 inches. In the season cf 1904-1905 the excess was still me re noticeable, chiefly owing to one storm in February, 1905, which barely reached Los Angeles city proper, the season's totals in that Instance were: Los Angeles, 19.52 inches; Garvanza, 26.33 inches. 'The storm of Saturday and Sunday, May 26-7 was heavy on this plateau, with a precipitation of I. inches. Rain in May is not nn unusual event,, in fact it is quite in order, especially at the beginning of the mopth, Just in time to wet the urst hay. For the sake...