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THi cauhi or rAiLtmta. Uiek •« Capital tka Maat rrtral—t Itaaaoa far Ciaakaa. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
THi cauhi or rAiLtmta. Uiek •« Capital tka Maat rrtral— t Itaaaoa far Ciaakaa. Some Interesting figures bars recently been published In Bradstreefs showing the number of business. failure* Isst ' ;year In ‘the United StUtue and the I causes to which they are attributable: It la stated that there were 1,201,503 concerns engaged In business In 1001, ana that of these 10,648 failed, or considerably less than 1 per cent of tbs whole, a lower percentage than has occurred In any year since 1882, save In the year 1000. Bradstreet’s classifies the causes of failures under eleven heads, and gives also the number which It regards as attributable to each cause. Of the eleven, ‘'lack of capital” takes the lead as most’ prolific In Inducing failures, those ascribed to it numbering 3,323. “Incompetence” comes next on the list, and I* made accountable for 2,023, and then “specific conditions," by which Is meant such things as strikes, the corn crop failure, the assassination of President McKinley,...
AILING WOMEN. Keep the Kidneys Well and the Kidneys Will Keep You Well. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
AILING WOMEN. Keep the Kidneys Well and the Kidneys Will Keep You Well. Sick, Buffering, languid women are learning the true cause of bad backs ' and how to cure them. Mrs. W. G. Davis, of Groesbeck, Texas, says: "Back' aches hurt me so I could hardly stand. Spells of dizziness and sick headache were frequent and the action of the kidneys was Irregular. Soon after I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills I passed several gravel stones. I got well and the trouble has not returned. My back Is good and strong and my general health better.” Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
CASTOR IA For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of IMMENSE TOBACC 9B&amp;CHASE. Forty-Eight Thousa -'-rj Paid for a Fancy Eat :ft The biggest purchase of high grade tobacco ever made in the West by a cigar manufacturer was made last Wednesday by Frank P. Lewis, Peoria 111., for his celebrated Bingle Binder cigar. A written guarantee was given I that the entire amount was to be fancy | selected tobacco. This, no doubt, I makes the Lewis factory the largest holder in the United States of tobacco of so high a grading. —Herald ~ Transcript, . I Oealers supplied by their Jobber or direct from Frank P. Lewis" Factory, Peoria. £ll. i L. A. U. 1906—23 '
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
rr FREE TO OUR FRIENDS! We want to sent) to our friends a beautiful French-designed, GOLD-PLATED BONBON BOX, hard-enameled In colon. It la a beauty for the dressing table. Ten cents In stamps is asked as a measure of good faith and to cover cost of Cascarets, with whlck tbis dainty trinket Is loaded. 71s Send to-day, mentioning this paper. Address Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or Hew Turk.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
A. Hair Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing. Something to make the hair more manageable ; to keep it from being too rough, or from splitting at the ends. Something, too, that will feed the hair at the sfme time, a regular hair-food. W&lt;ll-fedhair will be strong,and willrfenrain where it belongs—on the head, not on the. combt The beat kind ol a testimonial—- “ Bold lor over sixty years.'* Aysr Os.. Lowsll. Ksss. mufeotursra of SARSAPAUUA. PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL Fll S Vilas’ Dunce and all Nervous Dls■ll eases permanently cured by Dr. Kline’s Great Nerve Restorer Send for FREE #2 trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. 11. Kline, V/d.. 931 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON HUMILIATING VILE-DESTRUCTIVE ~ - S' * ..f- -r ■*-* - - • ■ • , The very name, Contagious Blood Poison, suggests contamination and dread. It is the worst disease the world has ever known; responsible for more unhappiness and sorrow than all others combined. Nobody knows anything about the...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
V 4 A ■ 'r-'J * "'*•* ■rS/. ' ' ■• ,-■ .:igl &lt;&gt; »&gt;, s?f Ov3 ,52 ?J 5757 TO « \ 67 6C 63 5 o f7 6VJ 32 ££•s2 -50 *2 JT fC s~ to J7 se 39 40 J0 41 JS 44 LZ£ 7 /9s ss Jo So so 7S /■So Si &gt;4SXS 49 42 43 44 MONTEZUMA /SO %J5 LANE /08/ A ST. &gt; 46 30 29 24 SS 26 27 29 So Oi| ■V) 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 bn Palm Lane, and tnjf 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. The building restriction of $1,500 is sufficient to satisfy purchasers that they are safe in making first-class im...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
All things come to those who —go ... After them. Jealousy is the compliment you pay your superiors. . Make truth the lady of thy love and then defend her. * —l ’ ■ —— : Thought shrivels and dies when denled expression. The rooster makes two-thirds of the noise, but the hen does allthe work. Matches are made In heaven. The fire never goes out In the Ollier place. , Highland Park has Occidental College—enough said. Build your home here. Never go into debt. Pay cash even f! you have to borrow the money to do so. &gt; Whenever a man sows a crop of wild oats he Invariably does the harvesting himself. Occidental. College wins the laurels In whatever field she steps—athletic, oratorical or educational. There Is always a black spot In our sunshine, . says Carlyle; 'it Is the shadow of ourselves.” Get out of your own light. Some people think of religion as a Are escape hung out the back window of hell, and they stay Inside as long as possible. The only true glory which anyone can eve...
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. Highland Park is the seat of what is destined to be one of the great educational institutions of this country. The college is growing by leaps and bounds. Donations for the endowment fund threaten to become epidemic. Among many things mentioned this week with reference to college improvements, it was announced at the commencement exercises that John A. Metril! and Lyman Stewart had succeeded in securing the tract of land immediately across Avenue 50 from the college, and lying between Monte Vista street and the Santa Fe railroad track, tor the college. This tract extends clear up on to the Observatory hill. - Plans are.being made to build , the big observatory this .year. The college Is already In possession of a fine set of astronomical instruments, and there will be no delay in fitting up the new department. The depression in the new tract, adjoining the Monte Vista car line on the east, now occupied by the Albers poultry ranch, will be converted into a great a...
GIVES $25,000 TO. OCCIDENTAL. . . • Pre«ident Baer Announces Additional Endowment at Commencement —New Profeiaort -Beleotedr— _ [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
GIVES $25,000 TO. OCCIDENTAL. . . • Pre«ident Baer Announces Additional Endowment at Commencement —New Profeiaort -Beleotedr— _ Formal announcement of a gjft of $25,000 was made by President Baer at the annual commencement of Occidental college, which- took place Thursday morning In the Hall of Let, ters. Fifteen students received diplomas.- 1 This has been the most successful -year- In the history of the-Institution; The cash gift was given with the understanding that It should be paid Into the endowment fund when the $40,000 of floating debt was raised. The raising of the debt has been delayed, hut thp Eastern philanthropist has decided to remove the conditions of the gift and the $25,000 will he paid In cash this year. This gives the college an endowment of $225,000, In addition an arrangement has been made for the payment of $5,000 annually for five years, the money to be used for the president's salary. This magnificent donation of President Baer’s salary for five years Is made...
ACADEMY GRADUATES. Commencement Exercises of Occidental’s Preparatory Department. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
ACADEMY GRADUATES. Commencement Exercises of Occidental’s Preparatory Department. The Occidental Hall of Letters was crowded at the graduation exercises of the academy. All students and many relatives and friends of the graduates were present. The platform was prettily decorated. A large net was stretched across the wall and covered with geraniums and asparagus fern. From the celling was hung red and white draping, the class colors, and flower baskets. Ten students were awarded diplomas, and several others lack but one or two credits of the number required for graduation. The class Is the largest-in the history of the academy, and the present thirdyear class, which will graduate next -year, has double the number. The Invocation was delivered by Rev. J. R. Compton, and Miss Hazel Ralphs rendered. a piano solo. Miss Elizabeth Horton and Miss Frances Gordon furnished vocal music. The rest of the program was made up of numbers from the graduating students; The following named received d...
COL. HART AND WIFE WILL MAKE – HOME HEBE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
COL. HART AND WIFE WILL MAKE - HOME HEBE. Col. and Mrs. F. W. Hart have decided to make their permanent home In Highland Park, where they have been located the past few months. This news will not be particularly pleasing to the people of Upland, as there had been a lingering hope that they would return here some time In the future. Mr. and Mrs. Hart have been -highly esteemed citizens for a good many years, both.being active In, church and social circles, and closelyl Identified with the natural and moral growth and development of the town and community. Mr. Hart was the first attorney and real estate broker In Upland, and was always ready to push any enterprise which would benefit the town. We are sorry to lose such loyal people, but wish them well In their new home.—Upland News.
ARROYO PARK 18 WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
ARROYO PARK 18 WANTED. There Is universal aversion to giving up the proposition to convert the arroyo into a park from Sycamore Grove to Pasadena. The Herald’s suggestion that a boulevard instead, connecting Sycamore Grove and Pasadena’s Arroyo Park might suffice, was not received with favor. We find the following In the Los Angeles Record of Tuesday: Why is a public park? To get rid of the Lowe Gas Co.— perhaps! Residents in the vicinity of the Arroyo Seco, club women In Los Angeles, and citizens of Pasadena, South Pasadena, Garvanza and Highland Park are Interested in seeing the Arroyo converted into a pleasure ground for the public. Incidentally they mention that the Lowe Gas Co., whose plant Is considered a nuisance by people who live In the vicinity of the Arroyo, would be forced to "move on.” Mrs. R. B. Ashley, well known as a club worker, a resident of Avenue 66, says; ! - • “We have'been trying for a long time to secure the Arroyo Seco as a public park.- We also want to be r...
G.WALTER MONROE, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
G.WALTER MONROE, Supervising principal of schools, Whittier. Candidate for County Superintend ent of Schools. Subject to the decision of the. Republican County Convention. »i... Resident of the county twenty years. In school work twelve years. Graduate Los Angeles State Normal. Graduate University of California. University graduate student one year. ■* Assistant in uniyersity one year.
DIAMOND REAL ESTATE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
DIAMOND REAL ESTATE CO. See W. V. Burr tor lots in Hermon, also bargains In Improved property. He is on the ground and no trouble to show the goods. Phone East 1506. Henpon, Cal. - „ Wm. Newport of Perris, Cal., which Ift aboutelghty miles sbutheast of Los Angeles, has commenced harvesting ten thousand acres of wheat and two thousand acres of barley, by use of combined harvesters, which cut, thresh and sack the grbln, This mammoth crop la raised without irrigation, and a very large yield la reported.