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FOR SALE—FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
FOR SALE—FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. How would you like tb buv a pretty five-room cottage, nearly new. modern, with gas. electricity, hot water. Lot 60xi68, fine terraced lawn, great variety of flowers, fruit. Street work done. Near Pasadena avenue, Just away from the dust and racket of street cars. This is a beauty,‘-and the price is $3650. Terms if desired. I have a list of other property in Highland Park at prices that ought to sell quick. Let me “show you." If you have property you really want to sell, list it with me and see how quick you get rid of it at a fair price. Office of Highland Glen, 5137 Pasadena avenue. , W. T. HANCOCK.
Q. W. Robbins, Watchmaker and Jeweler. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
Q. W. Robbins, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Watches, clocks, jewelry, music boxes and spectacles repaired and warranted. • 5938 Pasadena avenue, Highland Park. ' • Bacteriological analysis made of Rose Purity Water by the Board of Health, find it absolutely pure and wholesome. Deliveries free, 5-gallon bottles, 30 cents. Telephone 39013. East 53. 45-3* Plsgah Home, 6026 Echo street.— Meetings every morning at 6:30 a. m. Every Sunday at 3 p. m.. Divine Healing. , Kleffer Campbell Co., 115 N. Broad way. Phone Home 4929. We are agents and for SEAMOM'S ORIGINAL, WHEELING STOGIE; also the Welnretcb Schneider Co.’s DOLLY VARDEN CHOCOLATES. •' ■
HIGHLAND GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
HIGHLAND GLEN. Highland Glen is a cosy little nook nestling in the shade of grand old sycamore and live oak trees. It is about three blocks from Occidental College, just far enough from the street cars to lie free from their dust and confusion, and just near enough to be very convenient to both lines. It has an abundance of pure cold spring water. In fact, it has everything desirable to make it an ideal home spot. We are selling lots in this tract cheaper than any other lots in Highland Park, when you consider location, size of lots, soil, etc. Our terms are so liberal as to place it within the reach of all who wish' to buy. Come down one of these .hot, sultry days, sit and enjoy the refreshing breeze in the shade of the old oaks. Have a drink of good, cold water which will remind you of the well at the old home. Then come to our office, 5137 Pasadena avenue, comer Avenue £2, and get prices and terms. Although this tract has not been on the market long, several lots have been sold. ...
Laundry Agency. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
Laundry Agency. Troy Laundry agency at the Arroyo, 5711 Pasadena avenue. Telephones East 1899, Home 39312, Laupdry collected Monday and Wednesday. Delivered Thursday and Saturday. For Sale—Five-room modem cottage, new; large pantry, two closets and storeroom. Shed, poultry house and yard. Porcelain bath, toilet, sink and basin. China closet, medicine closet. Fine lawn, gravel walk, flowers, fruit and shade trees and large berry patch. Close to new car line and a genuine bargain at |1,800; $BOO cash, balance to suit. Apply at premises. C. R. Clark, owner, 321 Fayette street. 1-3 The Lincoln paints are no experiment —25 years on the market —and they stand this climate best. Cbas. Watson at 5818 Pasadena avenue sells them. We do general bouse painting, tinting and paper hanging. Also sign painting. First-class work guaranteed. Morgan &amp; Hines, 6127 Mesa avenue. Phone East 891. N John D. Wilson, Gardening, General House Cleaning New Lawns Put In. Odd Jobs around the house. Pr...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
F. Wm Hart, Pros. L, O. Woodford, Soo. Crescent Real Estate &amp; Investment Co., Both Phonos 6015 Paaadena Ava. The agency through which-about'* o quarter-million dollar*’ worth ot-High- , land Park property has been sold in "the past few months. We can sell any good Highland Park property If you will make the 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 already, but always want more. “No trouble to show goods’*—and “It pays to see us" id reference to Highland" Park lots and homes, city property. Insurance, loans, business chances, orange groves for exchange, etc., i etc. Phones; East 1782 Rome 39045 Fm H, Hodgos, Mgr. Grays Highland Park 5 c 'Saiti m ore i * *0 Tf 4 Prides $5OO and up. Terms easy. Building restrictions, $1,500. Bt&gt;eet work done and water piped. This tract is convenient to the car ti 8 ?J Hub &lt;s3t. £ l «s. i \J filctama % line on Monte Vista and Ave 5...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Notice is. hereby given that the copartnership heretofore existing between W. W, McGregory and R. A. Baker, under the name of R. A. Baker &amp; Co., boot Pasadena avenue. Los Angeles, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be carried on by R. A. Baker Co., a corporation, which assumes all liabilities, and to which all debts due the firm will be paid. W. W. McGREGORY, R. A. BAKER. Los Angeles, Cal., June 18, 1906. 2-3
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
To Sell Your Property List it with Us Our facilities nrs Unsurpassed Our experience insures satisfaction to both buy- -5 er and seller. ~ CARL G. PACKARD, swo avenue East 520. Hone 20035 "-, , Phones: East 17T2 Home 39314 D. F. Murphy Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter Gas Light Supplies, Mahtcls, Chimneys, Burners Jobbing Promptly Attended To 5719 Pasadena Avenue Los Angeles, Cal /*2 Only 50 c for t~2 Lessons in Music Prof. Henry fTHadTO. t. ■ Will for the next three months give lessons in Music, Sight Reading, Sol fa System, Piano and Organ, Etc. &lt; Prof. HaU has had 40 years’ experience, and will not only teach your boy or girl to play the piano, but teach them music also. We recommend him as a Master in Teaching. Try him and you will save money. A postal card will receive attention. Prof HENRY H. HALL, Corner 59th &amp; Piedmont Ave HIGHLAND PARK Highland Park Building Company NO CHARGE FOR PLANS Highland Park Lunch Room and Restaurant . . . . CHAS. STROLL. Propr...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Voters should register for the primary election which will ha held on Aug. Hth. Registration closes July 25. A fine ten-acre tract tor subdivision only'one block from proposed car line through New York Valley. Located on Washington near Avenue 54. Big money In platting this property, Owner wants to sell as a whole. Reasonable terms. Full commission 16? agents. See POOR &amp; WING, Carl Q; Packard has sold Dr. Bedford's residence at 0414 Pasadena ave, to Thos. Ross, who will occupy the same with his family. / Lumber is soaring upward. It you want a "Perfect Portable : Bungalow” at original prices, leave your order now with Home Realty Co., 5950 Pasa- ' dena avenue. r Mir. Rose, who has been living in a tent house near Hermon, died this week and was buried Thursday. ' For Sale-Remington typewriter No. 2. Price $25. Call at 5944 Echo St. -1* W. H. Rcth, of the Acme grocery, will make no deliveries on July 4tTrr The store will be open until 10 a.m. Highl...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
White Swan Liniment v . ■ . 'I The BEST LINIMENT for RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS,* BRUISES. LAME BACK, STIFF JOINTS, NEURALGIA, Etc. IV® Sell and Racontmand It. W. S. Prettyman &amp; Son Highland Park Pharmacy ► ■ 5705 Pasadena Ave Phones: East 595. Home 39105 Vi. H. ROTH Acme Grocery 5723 Pasadena Ave Home 39298 Sunset East 747 -t.-» - _. • HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET LILLIE, MILLS S' CO. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat Telephone Orders Promptly Attended To Phones JEVmrSooa* 5725 Pasadena Ave The Editor’s New Shirt uti you ever stop to every week for space in this paper? This week we’re paying enough to get Mr. Randall a new shirt, for (his northeast comer. But there’s a reason, in fact several. Ist. We want to cull your attention to the best lufnber yard In this corner of the universe. T ’« 2nd. We want you to notice that we have but one class of customers. You can tell them by that satisfied prrln on their faces. 3rd. We want to cordially Invite you to Join the bunch and fret Into the ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
Bank of Highland Park G. W. E. GRIFFITH. Pres. J. W. JEFFREY, Vice Pres. CRIN LJENTZ, Acting Cashier Four pop cent. Interest allowed on term sdvinjrs accounts. Call and tec our he w savings Irunks, free to all cuslofmr»». Patronise your home bank. All savings ah? Invested In mortgage* on Lc mes in Highland Park mid-vicinity Bogin your account jiow. Home Phone 39228 Sunset E. CIS Highland Park ' Real Estate ■ , i ~~ ■ Home Realty Co 5950 Pasadena Ave lie Lic.~t.ed pert Star Real Estate Co. S. A. WHEATON, E. B. RUSH Notary Public special effort to keep —i— and in touch with ail matters lining to realty throughout Highnd Park, Garv'anza, Henson and t New Ycrk Valley, embracing forty-five tracts, to which new ones arc constantly being added. We have facilities at hand to show quickly, clearly and concisely every part and parcel, improved or unimproved, making a special study of those showing best returns as investments, present or prospective. - STAR REAL ESTATE CO. “5809 Pasadena Ave. ...
A Brooder. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
A Brooder. &gt; The brooder* sold by manhfactnfCr* tre unsually all that are claimed for them, but when one desires to economize, ft home-made affair can be constructed by anyone with a little Ingenuity which Will work nicely. Take two boxes of convenient size, three feet square by fifegu or eighteen Inches high Is a good •Ize, and set one on top of the other, cutting a hole through each directly in the The hole In the bottom or floor of the upper box Is covered with an Inverted tin pall. or can, which Is perforated at Intervals of two Inches, using n wire nail tor the work and‘punching In, Fit this can snugly over tjjo hole and place the regular brooder lamp underneath It. resting on floor of the lower box. A little door I* made In the aide of the lower box so that the lamp may be properly attended to. The roof of the upper box Is lined with canton flannel, as are also the sides, except the front, which Is left open and across It, three Inches from the edge. Is nailed a str...
oed Crop* In the Orchard. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
oed Crop* In the Orchard. The best orchardists are averse to growing anything In the orchards but the trees even when the latter arc jmung. They and XLfQEerJyjtliat the growing trees need all the virtue there is In the soil and that If the apple crops In future years are to be of any value they must be provided for during the earlier years of the trees. There are fruit growers, on the other hand, who Insist that a hoed crop will be of benefit to the trees, and that this may he copslreded so under certain conditions rtnd up to certain limits. If the soil In the orchard Is kept up to the highest state of fertility so that the trees will not suffer the want of the portion of the fertilizer taken by the hoed crop, then the Alter can do no barm, Indeed, It will be of va-'ue because the soil will receive a certain amount of cultivation which, perhaps would not be given It If If were" not for the hoed crop. Work the hoed crop In the orchard cautiously, and watch the effect on the trees. r<...
A Profitable Implement. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
A Profitable Implement. On soil that Is Inclined to lump up some Implement must be used which Ttvlll level the soil readily; and at the same time crush the clods. Such anImplement can readily he made at home and bo quite as effective ns those which must be bought for the purpose. If one has a leaning toward manufactured ,ir--ticlos. This home-made clod crusher and soil leveler can me made of a log of hard wood by splitting if In half. The log should he about two feet In diameter to work to the best advantage. Lay the two halves of the log side by side with the rounding part down and at either end, about a foot from the end. spike a two-hy-fpnr strip, letting them project out sufficiently far at one side so that an Iron strip or hoop may be set over the ends. Into which to hook the whlffletrec chains. This Implement can be made at small cost, and unless the logs are too heavy a good team of horses can handle It, nicely. The Illustration shows the Idea clearly and how very simple It I...
Preserving Egga, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
Preserving Egga, If eggs are cheap In the local market preserve them for use In the fall and winter. The water-glass way Is the best. Dilute the commercial solution with ten times Its bulk of water. A gallon will cover seventy-five dozen eggs. Next winter they will bring only a few cents a dozen less than fresh eggs. Preserve only fresh eggs. No process can Improve a stale egg. Pack In wooden or earthen vessels, putting the eggs In fto day to day with a wooden spoon to avoid breakage. Keep them covered with the solution and keep the vessels covered and In a cool Mjwa.'. . ■,a. • . . ■ Whan cblcki are removed from the Incubator to the brooder great acre Bboald be taken that they do not became chilled. The floor of the brooder ebould be covered with fine, clean oMLJine.aaod. , am l r}“ip water would . it the bo- j girthing. All Old/ flnrt, dry bread #himlMj?thfljf wIH up eyerytwo noun should conffltute'ffie feed' tot" several days, gradually adding rolleit oats, bardbolled eggs, crack...
More Oleo Now Belas Made. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
More Oleo Now Belas Made. Butter men may well find food for thought In the figures showing the big Increase In the oleo output for the last six months of the past year, says the American Cultivator. There was an average gnlu of mure than n million pounds a month as compared with the same period of the preceding year. The figures Include both colored and uncolored oleo, and the relative gain In many dairymen that the product flnalthe unoolorcd product suggests to ly reaches the consumer In some mysterious manner, having acquired the yellow hue without the payment of the 10-cent tax. Nobody seems to be buying or using uncolorcd oleo In a retail way, yet the output of the product Is Increasing to an enormous extent. The present high price of butter Is, of course, a stimulus to the bogus butler Industry.
Shape of Ideal Dairy Coir. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
Shape of Ideal Dairy Coir. Whether she he a Holstein, a Jersey or whatever she may be, you will find the typical dairy cow with bony head and strong Jaw, long between the eyes and nose, with broad muzzle. She should have a bright, protruding which means strong nerve force and action later on. She should hare a thin neck and retreating brisket. The lines above and l“low must not be straight, or she will steal from you. She should be slightly depressed behind the shoulders with a sharp chine —not too straight a backbone. She must have large organs of reproduction and large heart girth, wide between fore legs and sharp on shoulders, which gives large heart action and strong arterial circulation. And las.t t but by no means least, she must have a good udder, for one-hajf the value of a cow is in her udder, which should be long from front to rear.