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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
F|l S Vltnd’ Dunce and all Nervous DlsB ’ B eases permanently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer *end‘forFßEE trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. U. Kline. Ld.. 031 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. jOßwmHHia llllllllllillhl ffltf A\tgc(able Preparation For Assimilating the Food andßcgolaling the Stomachs and Bowels of jNFANi*»/( HILDKLN Promotes Digestion, Cheerfulness and Resl.Conlains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narc otic . 7*aftafOUJ*SiKVUmaail SealMx.Smtm * R*k*iusJajiaueSmd * fags&amp;Au* nuUmyfUH r/anw, A perfect Remedy forConsllpaTlon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverishness and LOSS OF SLEEP. The Simile Signature of N YORK. EXACT COPY (fir WRAPPER.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
My Hair Ba£ Don’t have your hair. It might leave you! Then what? That would mean thin, scraggly, uneven, rough hair. Keep your hair at home I Fasten it tightly to your scalp I You can easily do it with Ayer’s Hair Vigor. It is something more than a simple hair dresslog. It is a hair medicine, a hair tonic, a hair food. a falling out with Tho best bind of a testimonial—fcftda b~ J. o. Ayjr00., »&gt; UV.| UW Also mauoOwtursrs . &gt; SARSAPARILLA. 7 BPTQP,LLSWVI O CHERRY PECTORAL. An Owl. “She tbongbt lie wag •very prominent before their marriage.” “Yes, she saw his picture' In a newspaper labeled ‘A Young Man of the Day.* ** “And now that they are married?” “She has fond out that he la a young man of the night” NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED, .DO YOB WANT TO SELL, OR EXCHANGE YOUU PROPERTY AND PAY KO COMMISSION* WRITE LOR OUR MODERN PLAN. DO YOU WANT TO BUTT I Teil us what and where you want to buy. about wbat you can invest, and we will send you description, with name and ad...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
ALL HMi PE-RU-MA * A Com af STOMACH CATARRH. Mary OBriem Miss Mary O’Brien, 306 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: “Peruna cured me in five weeks ot catarrh tl the stomach, after suffering for four years and doctoring without effect. In common with other grateful ones who have been benefited by your discovery, I say, All hail to Peruna." I"9TJ.TIOT Ohio, orrr or Tolbdo, Local Cotjktt. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that 1 ts the senior partner of the firm at V. J. CHENEY ft CO., doing business In the city of Toledo, Cooney au State aforesaid, and that said firm win pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every ease ■ Catarrh that cannot be cured by thft use of HALL’S CATARRH CURB. PRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and In my presence, this tth day of De* cember, A. D. ISM. Issal] A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall’s Catarrh Cure la taken Int ally and acts directly on the blood I mucous surfaces of the system. Take Hall’s FamtlTPills toi'ooastlpatlo la A. N. U.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 30 June 1906
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
a-, • -i , . - . • f HIGHLAND PARK HERALD Local News of highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Hill Park, Mermon, Mt. Washington, Eagle Rock and New York Valley VOL. 2, NO. 4. HIGHLAND PARK, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY. JULY 7,190G Published Weekly: $1.50 per year; 16c per month
HARRISON GARRULOUS OTIS GTN COUNTRY "JERNALISTS.” [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
HARRISON GARRULOUS OTIS GTN COUNTRY "JERNALISTS.” The Los Angles Times Is lambasting the publishers df the country weeklies, and goes «o far as to say they are worse thas horse thieves. This because It has discovered a combination of the country publishers to “hold up" candidates for announcements of their mmliiihioy. It has been the custom during'election years ? for a very dong time, to publish announcena-nts of office seekers In the columns «ff the varloim'country papers, no discrimination being made as to the party to which the candidate may belong or whether he may be a person whom the paper would be willing to support Tor the nomination or election. The announcement Is a simple ’advertisement Inserted and paid for ’by the candidates at the rates established by the paper. Its publication does not b|nd the putt Usher to support, nor does It prevent him from opposing the (candidate. This year the country press, being organized Into a compact association for such social and busine...
AN OPEN LETTER TO CERTAIN PERSONS, JUNE 2?, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
AN OPEN LETTER TO CERTAIN PERSONS, JUNE 2?, 1906. “A rtatement Is being circulated by —certain persons that Dr.- Sherry Is backed by a medical combine, whose object is to send him to Sacramento for the avowed purpose of instituting legislation that will prevent people from purchasing medicine except through a physician's prescription. Inasmuch as Governor Pardee is a member of the medical profession, why not include him in this combine. Why not also Include Dr. Rowell of Fresno, who has served his constituents honestly for twelve years. Would It not also be well to include General Leonard Wood, who has risen from the ranks of the medical profession to be the intimate friend and companion of President Roosevelt. “But why pause here, if these selfconstituted humanitarian evangelists are so grieved at heart at the possibility that a physician may sit in the councils of the nation, why not shed a tear over the tact that the great Dr. Benjamin Rush of Philadelphia , yyus a signer of the ...
—CATALINA—MAGIC ISLE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
—CATALINA —MAGIC ISLE. Catalina grows more popular -63011 year. Powerful corporations appreciate that- It will be worth millions, and are endeavoring to obtain privileges of entry Tor new lines of steamers. There Is an Indescribable charm about Santa 'Catalina which will make It the greatest summer and winter resort of the western coast. ; This fact Impressed the members of the Los Angeles County WeeklyPress Association -on Its tour to the island last Saturday, under the kindly auspices of the Pacific Electric railway and the Wilmington Transportation Company. The party was accompanied by that prince of entertainers, H, S. Krneedler, advertising and industrial manager of the Pacific Electric, -who paved the way for a pleasant outing. By the way, the San Pedro-Long Beadh line with Its oiled road bed, is certainly the finest piece of railroad track bi the United States. A large gang Is -at work constructing a fsur-traCk system from the city to Slauson Junction, upon completion of whic...
CLEAN UP YOUR LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
CLEAN UP YOUR LOTS. We may proudly boast of one of the most beautiful residence positions of Los Angeles, both as to location and to the class of dwellings and other Improvements. We have not the many unsightly sign boards on some of our lots that some portions of the city havd, although It would improve appearances If we had none. But there is one thing that the people of this beautiful suburb should lopk after and that Is the appearance of the vacant lots, many of them have a healthy crop of weeds. In some places the weeds have grown so luxuriantly as to almost cover the sidewalks, and It Is impossible for a lady to walk along the street without soiling her dress. Your lot will sell much quicker If well cleaned of the weeds, and to you who Intend holding your lot for building purposes or otherwise your pride should stir you to see that your property Is rid of the weeds. If all owning property would give this matter Immediate attention we should be rid of a great nuisance. RESIDENT...
FAREWELL PARTY IN HONOR OF MRS. M. H. CHAMBERLIN. , [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
FAREWELL PARTY IN HONOR OF MRS. M. H. CHAMBERLIN. , The farewell afternoon given by Mrs. B. M. Blythe to Mrs. M. H. Chamberlain on Thursday was a pleasant event. The removal of the Chamberlains to Highland Park brought out the Invited guests to this entertain ment given in Mrs. Chamberlain’s honor. Assisting Mrs. Blythe, Mrs. Booker met the guests at the door. The afternoon being typical California summer weather, required the neccessary refreshments, which were served to the incoming guests by Mrs. Bacon and Mrs. Hutchins. The trio of violins and piano by Masters Manton Barnes, Vernon Blythe and C. W. Earner was a feature of the entertainment for the afternoon. Mira. Dr. I. N. Hamilton in a charming way made the presentation of a beautiful mountain trail picture to the guest of honor, Mrs. Chamberlain, in behalf of her many friends of the Gem of the Foothills.—Monrovia News. * The Chamberlain family will soon occupy their hkndsome new home at 120 West Avenue 65.
BANK OF HIGHLAND PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
BANK OF HIGHLAND PARK. Makes a Splendid Showing and is a Great Convenience for Highland ~Pai(k People. A number ad business men—citizens of Highland Paiik, Garvanza and vicinity—have orgaafaed the Bank of Highland Park, wifih a capital stock of $lOO,OO0 —one-third ■ paid up. The character and ability of the directors we think win cam pare favorably with any bank in the city, and is a guaranty of a sate and sound business. The capital in hand is ample for all present demands, and when population and business grows and more capital can be profitably employed it will be readly supplied THts bank is almost all owned by out own people, residing in the vicinity, whose sympathy and in tereste center in the growth and development of Highland Park, Gar-1 vanza, Herman and the surrounding localities. It will be the volley of flbe manage ment to conduct a sate, sound and conservative business, with linterest in and liberality toward all its customers. The business will he so managed as to do e...
IMPORTANT NOTICE! [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
IMPORTANT NOTICE! There will be a special meetingTof the New York Valley Improvement Association next Monday evening, July 9th. 1906. at 7:30 sharp, at Woods Hall. 5721 Pasadena avenue, between Avenues 57 and 58. It is earnestly requested that every person holding property in the New York Valley, Including the Highland Park Annex. Highland Park Electric tract. Highland Park Heights tract and the New York tract, and all those having any interest whatsoever in the improvement of the New York Valley should attend this meeting. The object of this meeting is to try and get the new electric car line business cleared up in so far as we are concerned. We shall have addresses by the following gentlemen jOf Highland Park and vicinity: Q. W. E. Griffith, Ralph Rogers, Hugh GlasI sell, W. C. Weaver. ' All ladles Interested are especially 1 invited to attend this meeting. C. W. WENRICH. President. ! A. M. BYRON, V.-Presldent. WM. ELBBY, Treasurer. L. GRABFNER, Secretary. N. B. —The ladies of the...
IMPROVEMENTS AT OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906
IMPROVEMENTS AT OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. The extensive addition to be added to the Academy during the vacation is now under way and will cost about $lO,OOO. When this addition, 46x70, Is complete there will be a handsome front facing on Monte Vista street. That portion of the grounds will be landscaped and cobblestone walls and posts will be built on Monte Vista to correspond with the Pasadena avenue frontage. , It Is designed to remove the athletic grounds to the tract south of Avenue 60 and the high fence will eventually Come down. Work will also begin immediately on the interior finishing of the third stpry of the Hall of Letters, and the white, birch lumber used throughout the building has been ordered from Wisconsin. Many minor improvements throughout the buildings and grounds will soon be under way, and the very large number of students expected for the new year will find everything in perfect conditon.