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SOWING DOLLARS IN NEVADA. – V '• Men Who Are Spending Thpueande In Mining Look for a Harveat of Millions In Good Time. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
SOWING DOLLARS IN NEVADA. - V '• Men Who Are Spending Thpueande In Mining Look for a Harveat of Millions In Good Time. While many fortunes are being made in Nevada, along the lines of the mining industry, by men who have but little to invest, and are possessed of but little capital outside of a goodly reserve of push, energy and good Judgment, the fact still remains that the greatest measure of success is being meted out to those who are making heavy investments in mining, and who are putting in many thousands with the expectation of eventually taking out an equal number of millions. There are those who are amazed at the seemingly reckless manner with which “big men” and noted financiers are spending money in the acquisition, 'development and equipment of' Nevada mining properties, but this seeming lavish expenditure, says the New York Commercial, is backed by good judgment, a knowledge of actual conditions and an almost certainty of results. Charles Schwab, who Is "sowing dollars” ...
NEW YORK VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
NEW YORK VALLEY. The Gamml Phi met at the home of the Lafforty sisters Friday evening, June 8, with fifteen members and four visitors present. After the business meeting the remainder of the evening was spent sociably. Refreshments were served and all departed at a late hour. The next meeting will be held June 22, at the home of the president, Harry E. Myers, corner New York street and Pasadena avenue. Mrs. W. B. Keese arrived Friday evening at Dallas, Tex., at the home of her sister, who Is very low. The Sunshine Girls of Highland Park will assist In the entertainment to be given for the benefit of the Sunshine band, just started by Mrs. White at-Boyle Heights, June 19.
■■Mta of a Great Bartkfuk*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
■■Mta of a Great Bartkfuk*. All the world felt more or less the recent Colombian earthquake. A scientist says: “In two hours the effects of the Initial Impulses bad reached their antipodes and In the Interval between these times every Inhabitant of the world bad been moved for at least three or four hours on a true ground swell. All the Instruments In the world designed to record teleseismlc motion had written records, the bubble in every spirit level had been fitfully oscillating to and fro, many magnetic needles had been caused to, swing, balances had oscillated, pendulums had been accelerated or retarded —the whole globe not only on Its surface but In Its depths had been shaken.” ;; ■, ,
nfwwwfwwwwaSWWWWUH A JAIL-BREAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
nfwwwfwwwwaSWWWWUH A JAIL-BREAKER. Eben, the “chore boy,” was a great trial to the fanner who gave him hla living In return for hla work on the farm. He was of a freakish temper, and Farmer Moree’a simple and timeworn methods of punishment only made him sullen. Moreover, be bad ■ the lugeuultynof r ileninir deviging vexations for the men whom he con-, sidered as his natural enemy. After one of bis periodic misdemeanors Farmer Morse gave him bis choice between the usual "licking” and the ordeal of being headed up In a barrel. “I’m going away this afternoon, so you’ll have to stay there till I git back,' but I’ll leave you a place to breathe, so’s’t you won’t smother.” Eben considered. “I choose the barrel,” he said, and the fanner went and found an .empty one which bad some holes In the sides. Into this he put the boy and nailed heavy boards over the top. He suspected that some Idea was working in the ingenious young brain, and be was determined there should be no chance of his priso...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
Lippen’s Dr Store Pasadena Ave amt Ava 64- Qarvanza, Oat Don’t go to the city to purchase Drugs, Patent Medicines, etc., when you can save time and car fare. We sell everything in the above line at I’ Oliy Prices s Bring us your presciiptions, no matter how difficult they are. Our prescription department is complete. No substitution whatever. You get what your-physician calls for. Green &amp;. -• Hooks 6311 PASADENA AVE Home 39046 East 267 Garvanza and Eagle Rock Bakery and Confectionery 107 North Ave 64 Hut Rolls and Bread every morning at 6 o’clock. Boston Brown Bread and Baked Beans. H 't Lunches, Refreshments, Ice Cream. Telephone Orders Promptly Delivered. Phone East 2175. ' J ". J. J, KRAFT Mon Glll Dtoorttlng Pottery Going East the Santa Fa on visitquamt Moki 5 Petrified Forest ou can and the and the GrandO of Arizona nyon \ s W. L Van Wig Robert Ruedy Garvanza Hardware Company Cor Ave 64 and Pasadena Ave Phone East 2376 _ A COMPLETE STOCKS Shelf and Builders’ Hardwar...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
H. B. TOWNSEND House Moving and Raising Phone East 652 6433 Repton Street LEWIS BROS., All Kinds s TeamWork Rock, Sand and Gravel Phones East 977 East 1681 632 New York St. Grocery ' ”» ' j- ’ ' 4 • 1 Carries a Full Line of Fruits and Vegetables Coal, Grain and .Wood Phono East 1104 309 Mow York St BRADFORD'S New York Meat Market Moots Fish Poultry Sunset East 1104 309 New York St Highland Park Poultry Ranch Mrs. A. T. Gray &amp; Son, Proprietors *■' Thoroughbred Bine Andalusians White Pekin Ducks Barred and White Plymouth Rocks Eggs incubated and baby chicks for sale. ■ North Ave 66 Near Sherman 1 Ave Telephone East 951 Highland Park P, O. Dr. Roy L Spencer, Dentist.:.. Hour*—9:3o to 12; 1 to 6. Evenings and Sundayu by appointment. Phones-r-Horoe 39166. East 290. Corner Ave. 68 and Pasadena avenue. Highland Park. Jarett Bros., Carriage Shop. ■; 6060 Pasadena avenue. Blacksmith lag and general repair work." Horseshoeing a specialty. - I Highland Park, Qarvaaza and Los Angele...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS The Free Methodiat camp meetma at Mineral Park la attracting a large attendance, fifty-four tents and twen-ty-one summer cottages being occupied. The Free Methodist conference of Southern California is in session in the pavilion. Several ministers from Northern California are present, Ineliding; Rev., J. E. Cochran of Sacra; mehto, Rev. C. W. Graves of San Jose, and Rev. M. L. Winegarden of Corrilltos. Rev. M. N. Downing of Whittier was re-elected* district elder for “the ensuing year. We carry a full line of ornamental shrubs, fruit trees, palms, ferns, acacias, eucalyptus, etc. Sycamore Grove Nurse ries,&lt;»4sB4 Pasadena avenue. Miss Eleanor Detering is spending a few days in Long Beach. For sale quick-—93x250 on Avenue GO, with fine Arroyo' view, for $2OOO. Don’t stop to think about this one, lest the other fellow beats you to It. — • Home Realty.-Co. The Star Real Estate Co., 5809 Pasadena avenue, has two corner lots on Avenue 54, thrpe blocks- ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
F. W. Hart, Proa. L, O. Woodford, Crescent Real Estate &amp; Investment Co M ' Both &lt;Ol5 Raudana Avt. The agency through which about a (j larler-mtllion dollars', worth of Highland Park property has been so\d In the past few months. We can sell any £,ood Highland Park property If you will -make thgj price and terms right. People know where we are, and that we are in the business. Try us. ‘‘Drop in." We have a large and good list rlieady. but always want more. “No trouble to show goods"—and “It pays to see us" in reference to Highland Park lots and hoipes, city property, insurance, loans, business chances, orange groves for exchange, etc., etc. Fm Hm Hodges, Mgr. t eS&lt;r/fimor~« &lt;Jt w i * •o nr n Mt n till rr i*. 3 // «r/A I te Sr *3t. TV /* MO W *' I e. r /T Ltjgma X) Prices'fSOO and up.. Terms easy. Building restrictions, $1,500. ■. &gt; ’ Street work done and water piped. This tract is convenient to the car line on Monte Vista and Av...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
To Sell Your Property Xist, It with Us K, &lt;■ Our facilities are Unsurpassed Our experience insures sa isfaction to both buyer and seller. r&gt; i r»i r n 4 f \/ kon 5600 PASADENA AVENUE CARL u. FACKAKU, East S2O. Hone 39033 Annandale Heights! LARGE FULL SIZED LOTS, NOT TOY LOTS Located on Eagle Rock Avenue near the beautiful foothills between Garvanza and Eagle Rock. Nine hundred foot elevation. The lots are all good size, FIFTY Feet in Width and Good lengthMany of them are two hundred feet long. The soil is decomposed granite, rich and free from adobe. :: :: :: - : l :: PRICES ARE $lOO AND UP Terms are one tenth down and $5.00 per month. AM streets are’graded arid oiled. Water on every street. :t :: Crites, Myers &amp; Kulli 107 S. Av€. 64 GARVANZA Highland Park Building Company NO CHARGE FOR PLANS OR ESTIMATES Phone Fast 786 3938 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. Highland Park &gt; Lunch Room and Restaurant . . . . CHAS. STROLL. Proprietor. 3717 1-...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS MU* Nellie Moore of 6115 Mew ave and Mr. Wm. Thompson of Oberlin, Ohio, were married at 12:30 p. m. Thursday at the bride’s home, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Mr. Moore, father of the bride. They left the same day by the way of Portland and Seattle for their future home in Oberlin. Miss Moore was teacher of physical culture In Occidental college. I will do general'team work, haul rock and sand and plow lots, fill lots, etc. M. Blanc, 321 New York st. Phone East 334. 50—4* The Occidental at 6023 Pasadena avenue has new two-story bicycle racks which are very convenient. They are the inventldS of Expert Stambaugh. List your property with W. T. Hancock, Highland Qlen office, 5137 Pasadena avenue. John Dice, former proprietor of the Acme grocery, has returned from an extended visit in the East. He wfjl re-enter business here. Phone us hardware wants. We will do the rest. Phone Home 39330, East 1481. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse. ■-&gt; List yo...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
White Swan Liniment . . '' ■ ' ■ • ’ '■ f The BEST LINIMENJ for RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES, LAME BACK, STIFF JOINTS, NEURALGIA, Etc r -^— Wm Sail and Raoommand H. ■&lt;***'' W. S. Prettymait &amp; Son Highland Park Pharmacy 5705 Pasadena Ave • ... h ■ Phones: East 595. Home 39105 Both Phones: Home 30208 Sunset East 747 R [} Satisfied? - OUR MOTTO: Satisfaction Good Goods Lowest Prices Prompt Delivery On account of having more help, I am able to satisfy all “ your wauls. ——— " Wm Hm ROTH Acme Grocery 5723 Pasadena Ave . ! ■t » • f. HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET ULUC, MILL* « 00. . . Fresh, Salt . and Smoked Moat Telephone Orders Promptly Attended To Phones I Horn* 39034 5726 Pasadena Ava Duvall &amp; Klages lars In High Prado Groceries 3801 PASABEMA AVENUE Agmntm tor Juvnm’m Brood Phone Sunset 841 Phone Home 39204 GOAL COAL COAL Any kind you want direct from mines, either in bulk, all lump or lacked. Either Black Diamond or Wellington. Single sacks ■ 60c Quarter...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
Bank of Highland Park Q. W. E. GRIFFITH, Pres. J. W. JEFFREY. Vice Free. ORIN LIENTZ, Actiag Caster Four per cent, interest allowed on terril savings accounts. Call and see our new savings banks, efree to all customers. V Patronize your home bank. Jill savings are Invested in mortgages on 4b&gt; Hlgbla&amp;d Parkland vicinity Begin your account now. Horn* Phdne 39228 Sunset E. 618 Highland Park Us Rea! Estate Home Realty Go 5950 Pmoadmnm Avo X The Star Real Estate Co. S. A. WHEATON, J. F. MEIER. Notary Publio We make a special effort to keep listed a large number of good bargains and we make a special study- of the proportional increase in value, are able to show clearly In what locality to buy to reap the greatest re- -„ —— &lt;■ , X T . 1 - turns. Have also several new tracts in this locality and Eagle Rock. NOTARY PUBLIC work given prompt , attention. 5809 Pasadena avenuel % . Phone Home 39297; Bast 1386. I SYCAMORE GROVE NURSERIES DO Home 31264 Sunset Eas...
A wa* [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 16 June 1906
A wa* ut%. 'lf tbeaa be bound worthily In handsome leather. It la’hot being too tMf to make a tittle cUmoli cate or light box for each one to protect It from the chance knocks and scratcnes that mar the beauty of the leather. It la true that the beat binding Is one that like the old white vellum, is durable, definable, attractive and serviceable; but not all bindings can be left unprcc teded, and If Alexander the Great believed nothing better worthy of a place In the Jeweled casket of Darius than his copy of Homer’s Iliad, even the most manly boy need not be nsjjpiaed to provide a safekeeping wrapper for his dainty books.—St Nlcholni