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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

The Little Doctor in your Vest Pocket ,EE the thin, round-cornered Bttle Enamel Box below! When carried In your veal pocket It mean* Health-Insurance. It contains Six Candy ' Tablets of pleasant taste, almost ns pleasant as chocolate. Bash: tablet is a working dose oI Csscarets, which acts like' Exercise on the Bowels and Liver. a • * It will not purge, sicken, nor upset the stomach. Because It Is not driver,” like Salts, Sodium, Calomel, Jalap, Senna, nor Aperient Waters. These waste Digestive Juices of the system needed tomorrow, In merely flushing out the Bowels today. *■ Neither Is It tike Castor Oil, Glycerine, or other Oily Laxatives that simply lubricate the Intestines for transit of the food stopped up in them at that particular time. These emergency drugs relieve the Immediate trouble, but do not relieve Its Cause. .—— The same trouble will therefore recur again till that Cause is removed permanently. The chief cause of Constipation and Indigestion Is a weakness of the Musc...

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED, Som UPB _ f WHITE KOE I DO TOD WANT M BfJTf Tall u* what And ahorrf jfcu want IqdDar, ■boat what you catvlawnf, and we will send you description, wl'h ndrae «nd address o» owner absolutely FBEK. THE CRAY fttAL ESTATE CO. MO-961 etimaon Bldg., Lew Angelda, o*l. Crown and bridgeSTERUNG work, Perfect fitting plates, Surgical denDENTtSTS tistry, wi' boat pain, J74JL o » end at prices you own & mam c ,„ afford. US WHEN Los Angelas you come to los * .ANom.BH.— THK DAISY FLY KILL PR destroys all the fltesandaffords comfort to ot- | ary home, In lining room, sleeping room, ind all places where flies are ‘roub lesome. Clean, neat and I will not soil or 1 injure anythlng.Try them once and you will newer be without them. If not kept by dealers sent prepaid for 2Cc. Harold Corners, 149 Dekalb Ave. Brooklyn, N.Y. r*Gaimnlreil Care. Prudence*-Grandma guys that lore Is u game as everything else. "Bss—m, Hint vmeil by that. great 8 old-fashioned remedy. Prudence...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

mmmmmmmmmmma Yo iir Hair Sick? That’s too badl We had no* ticed it was looking pretty thin and rough of late, but naturally did not like to speak of it. By the way, Ayer’s Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower, a perfect hair tonic. The hair stops (taming out, grows faster, keeps soft and smooth. Ayer’s Hair Vigor cures sick hair, makes it strong end healthy. The best kind o t a testimonial—- “ Sell for over cl=ty years.” Micky—Say. Td Tike to gb but wlff S, show nu' be do hero. r ' Jimmy—aw, i u rather he Ut rlllntik. De villrtln nhruys has to smoks plenty or cigarettes. CASTOR IA For Infant* and Children. The Kind You Han Always Bought m Also manufacturer* of _ F SAP.SAPAKILW. PILLS. Karinlilo Knlr. PILLS. CHEWY PKTORAL. Bears the Signature of To Break In >ew Stack, ihnn iWh in aii«'i root-Baaa. a. liiin. {{ CUM Cot. awaiting, acblna. awollan lot. Ouraa Corn,, incrowtat Kalla and n Main— At all Dranrtata and Hhoa storea, Ac. Don’t ' «! anbatltnta. Bamala matlad rm Allan k...

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California Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

California Items of Interest. Exeter will have a heavy cantaloupe crop. Ontario wants women and girls for the local fruit packing houses. Thermal Is harvesting the fourth crop of alfalfa this year. The northern watermelon crop is said to be ruined by rains. The Hessian fly is damaging wheat in San. Benito .County quite seriously. The barley acreage in California is about 8 per cent greater than last year. Both old and new hay are bringing good prices all over the state. , Fifty thousand eastern brook trout were planted in the Middle Tule last week. Insects are damaging the bean crop about Oxnard, but beets are in fine condition. The 190 C crop of tobacco in Mexico Is estimated at 25,0G0,0QQ pounds, but ft Is said to be poor. Thirty-flve hundred tons of hay and 1000 sacks of grain burned on a wharf at San Francisco last Monday a week ago. ; Southern California will have about 80 cars of apricots as against 300- last year. It is estimated that most fruit crops will bring 50 per cent b...

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Silk Culture In Texas4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

Silk Culture In Texas 4 El Paso..—Th» government Is to ctmtribute silkworm eggs in large quantities to further the experiment in silkworm culture in this section of Texas, which Is being made by G. Hasekawa, a Japanese. Leather waste is now being used in a compressed form for cogwheels in place of cast iron.

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MORE HOUSES CARRIED AWAY. _ Mexicali Is Still Threatened by the Freakish New River. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

MORE HOUSES CARRIED AWAY. _ Mexicali Is Still Threatened by the Freakish New River. , Calexico, JulyJ. —Many more bouses of Mexicali have been carried away by the freakish New river, which cuts farther and farther into the banks every hour. For a mile the stream threatens the main portion of the town. The cut-back now has reached the railroad trestle a mile and a half south of here, and seems to have paused. One more tremendous effort is to be made to shut off the flow from the Colorado, and E. J. Carrillo will bring his force of railway construction employes from Mexico to co-operate with the California Development company. Several thousand Mexicans will be set to work on a big dam.

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BUILDINGS TUMBLE IN RIVER Twenty-six Structures Undermined at Mexicali—Stream Dangerously High at Other Points. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

BUILDINGS TUMBLE IN RIVER Twenty-six Structures Undermined at Mexicali —Stream Dangerously High at Other Points. Imperial, Cel.. July 2.—At Mexicali a total of twenty-six buildings, mainly adobes, have tumbled into New river to date. The river ,is steadily approaching Calexico: The California Development company’s buildings will probably fall into the river by morning. ■ Morobents are beginning tc move. The Southern Pacific today began building a road to Pilot knob to. break the. river. . Requisition has been made for 5000 laborers to rush work. The Rev. H. P. Perkins of Pao-ting-fu, China, says there is a great demand for native schools and churches there.

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The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 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 6:43 p. m. and evening service at 7:3 a All arc cordially invited to attend. Highland Park M. E. church, Rev. J. Alfred Jackson, M. D., pastor. Sunday services: Sunday school and Bible class, 9:45 a. m. Preaching service, 11 a. m. Epworth League, 0:45 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 feature by a systematic exposition of the four gospels, beginning with Matthews gospel. Junior Epworth League every Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. Presbyterian Charch—Preaching every Sunday at XI a. m. and 7 ;30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 'a. m.; Christian Endeavor. Senior Society at C:2O p. m. Intermediate at 4:00 p. Mid-week - Prayer Service -Wed uesday evening at 7:45. F. P. Berry, Pastor. Hermou Free Methodist church, corner Avenue 68 and Walnut Hill av...

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Extract from the Highland Park Herald Jnae 30, 1906 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

Extract from the Highland Park Herald Jnae 30, 1906 We call the attention of our readers to Dean Hartnedy’s new central subdivision of Highland Park, which Is now open, at the corner of Avenue 5C and Aldama street. It la a wonder somebody didn't do this before now. as the property Is most beautifully situated and accessible, being In the heart of Highland Park. The Dean, alter acquiring Uie property naa t new survey made and fronted the best row of lota on Aldama street, which la a great Improvement to the whole neighborhood. The land Is level for building, with sufficient slope for drainage and there are no hills to climb in order to get there. By the way, amongst those who have recently become residents here there Is no one who has shown more faith In the growth of Highland Park than Dean Hartnedy. He began a little over a year ago by investing In the fine block of property where he built his residence at the corner of Avenue 59 and Pasadena. He soon spread his Investments to the ...

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HIGHLAND PARK PROPERTY AS AN INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

HIGHLAND PARK PROPERTY AS AN INVESTMENT. The sure and steady advance In vacant lots in Highland Park is at*, trading buyers continually and in its results is really remarkable. So far it has proved an exceedingly profitable investment and the prospects of maintaining the steady advances are bright and attractive. A year ago lots could be picked up anywhere on Pasadena avenue from $lOOO to $l5OO each. Now there is not a lot on that fine thoroughfare from the College to the Santa Fe crossing that can he got for less than $3OOO, and few at that. Comer lots are held at $5OOO and over. We predict that there will not be a lot on Pasadena avenue that will bring less than $5OOO in a year or two. Lots on Monte Vista street, high up on Smith’s Hill, run between $3OOO and $1760. The Grider & Hamilton tract of about 250 lots was all sold out before opening day, and many lots have been resold at an advance of 50 per cent. The new car line down the New York valley has raised the price...

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GARVANZA GLEANINGS ' * '• • * S. . :.'v . [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

GARVANZA GLEANINGS ' * '• • * S. . :.'v . Albert Wtlsoa fit N. Avenue CO suffered a broken Mg this week by sliding off the roof. B. N. Grant and family of Eagle Rock avfenue are spending a few weeks lu Long Beach. Rev. Fessenden and family of N. Avenue 04 have gone to Idyllwild for a few weeks. 1 H. B. Townsend has moved his house from the corner of Avenue to and Repton street to the adjoining lot, and will soon commence the erection of a fine home on the corner lot. Crltes, Myers A Kulll have sold lots this week in the Annandnle Heights tract to the following persons; Hallle M. and Annie C. Hasktn, lot 2, Annan--dale Heights; Annie Graham, fat 49; Wm. J. Dawson, lot 13; A. Schliem, lot 4G ; John Schilling, lot 20; Martin lot 23 (second purchase). Crltes, Myers A Kulll have also sold to Frederick Matties lot 28, FalraxmtAnnandale tract. A. Singer, the real estate man, Is preparing a new. tract for the market; ■ which will soon be ready. This is located on Avenue 04, this Side of the...

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GARVANZA IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

GARVANZA IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION MEETING. An enthusiastic and well attended meeting of the Garvanza Improvement Association was held at the office of A. Singer on Thursday evening. After the business of the meeting had been transacted, refreshments were served by Mrs. G. W. Wilkins and Miss Guywltz. A petition will be addressed to the bSard of water commissioners asking that the unsightly water reservoirs in Garvanza be painted. A committee consisting of P. I. Wheat and J. T. Pope was appointed < to see that vacant lots and parkway** are cleaned up. - . A committee of four members was appointed to district the town, and to secure new members for the" association. especially from among the many new people. B. H. Donnell, Ernest Braunton, J. T. Pope and F. L Wheat, are the members of .this committee. The secretary was requested to write Councilman Ford asking that an ■emergency street light be established at the corner of Robles avenue and Avenue C 4 at once. This Is Ihe co...

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Oronchy Bachelors. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

Oronchy Bachelors. Smith—Poor Jones; I heal - he’s lost bis mind. Brown-—ls it possible? Audi he tvs* only married last week. Smith—That’s what I said. —Cleveland Leader.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

We arc SOLE AGENTS in Highland Park for the Prescott-Smilh Tract On Monte Visra Strept between Ave 53 and 54. The cheapest and best property in this locality (or the money. ■ _ We Make Fine Hill Property a Specialty C. Wing W. F. Poor Notary Public POOR & WING 5134 Pasadena Ave v*; «-s.* Phones East 531 Home 39010 ....... „ ■ iv'A We - m a? ■■ ■ Dean Hartnedy’s Central Subdivision of Highland Park PRICES •St. tfo* *<7 fi 4o /p 2P *0 *?* Z'l //JV 0 & TTtP /S' 9 35T!» 5? Af 3 13 K s 4 ✓X s°. cv CV a as UhB «p y< O Lot Np. 1 P « 2 “ 3 “ 4 “ 5 “ G 11 , 7 “ 8 “ 9 " 10 “ 11 12 " 13 " 14 “ 15 lj 16 ‘ 17 “ 18 19 “ 20 ■* 4 21 “ 22 t523“ 24 " 25 $l2OO 1250 1000 1000 1000 1250 1250 1250 1250 1250 1000 500 750 850 900 950 900 900 900 900 900 850 850' 850 850 These prices include street, curb and sidewalk, with water piped to every lot. Building restrictions $l5OO on Aldama street; on other streets, $ 1000. Building line 20 feet back This beautiful S...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

V * T m Oml Excursion Rates To Casiarm Oltlos. The usual low round trip rates to the east will be available this season from California and Nevada stations of the bait Lake Route on account of various conventions as follows ; Denver* Cato. B. P. O. Elks—Sell July 17, 18, 19.—Return limit Sept. 30. Kate 855.00. Minneapolis, Minn. G. A. R.—Sell August 7, 8, and 9.—Return limit Oct. 31. Rate $70.00. Milwaukee, Wii, Order of Eagles—Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9.—Return limit Oct.' 31. Rate $74.50. Also sell July 2 'and 3—Return limit 90 days—Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9 and Sept. 8, 9, and 10.— Return limit Oct. 31.' Chicago,' 111. 872.50—5t. Louis, Missouri ’ 867.50. St. Paul, Minn. 870.00—Minneapolis, Minn.. $70.00. •' J Kansas City, Mo. 860,00.—Omaha, Neb., $60.00. Council Bluffs, la. * 860.00—St. Joseph, Mo., $60.00. Tickets will be sold going via Salt Lake Route and connections and returning via entirely different route, if desired. For full particulars as to stop off privileges, etc., application should...

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HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS "Alabastine,” the best wall coating; all colors. RITCHEY & GROTTHOUSE. % _______ An experienced teacher will coach grammar grade pupils during vacation. Terms reasonable. Phone Home 59364; AJ__ The Gamma Phi held its regular meeting at the home of the president, Harry. Myers. LosW-Sunday morning, small black curly dbg. wearing collar with three tags. Name Ponto. Near Ave. 56 and Pasadena Ave. Return to 130 East Ave. 56 and receive reward. 4-1* “Liquid Veneer,” the well-known Furniture Polish. RITCHEY & GROTTHOUSE. Don’t forget about the entertainment to be given Tuesday evening, July 10, at tt'e Highland Park Christian church. Everyone Is incited to be present. Mr. W. A. Winder and wife will go with Mr. W. C. Weaver and family on their trip to the Yosemlte Valley. Mr. Winder is a brother of Mrs. W. C. Weaver. JJae_large unfurnished room, one "furnished room, 117 Wesl'Wye ,'~s6'TT*- • Regular meeting of the Women's Missionary Society i...

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“GOOD MORNING GLORY.” HAVE YOU SEEN OUR “PERFECT * PORTABLE”BUNGALOW? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

“GOOD MORNING GLORY.” HAVE YOU SEEN OUR “PERFECT * PORTABLE”BUNGALOW? As a summer cottage, On the beach, In the mountains. Temporary dwelling in the rear, Automobile carriage house. Store room or summer kitchen, Rainy-day playhouse for the children, Annexed sleeping rooms. Club houses. ‘ Real estate and suburban offices. Fruit and confectionery stands. Photograph and shooting galleries. Cabins fer miners, hunters and fishermen. Ranch bunk housesj Voting precincts for cities and towns, Temporary quarters for schools and churches, etc. They stand the test and cannot be surpassed for the money. No trouble to show them. Let us talk it over with you. HOME REALTY CO., Cor. Avenue 6o and Pasadena. Both phones.

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SECTION FOREMAN'S LUCKY DAY. Opening of1 Crow Indian Reaervatlon Prove* Drawing Card—2ooo Tickets Picked From Wheel During First Day. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 July 1906

SECTION FOREMAN'S LUCKY DAY. Opening of 1 Crow Indian Reaervatlon Prove* Drawing Card—2ooo Tickets Picked From Wheel During First Day. Billings, Mont.—The drawing tor lands on the Crow Indian reservation began here Monday at 9 a.m. The big govern® ent land lottery was conducted by the commission appointed by Secretary Hitchcock, composed of W. A. Richards, commissioner of the government land office; Martin Maglnnls ot Helena and William R.. Schnltzger of Cheyenne, Wyo. Three small boys were chosen from the crowd to draw the numbers from the big wheel, which resembled a churn. * The tickets were placed In a box and thoroughly mixed by several turns of the wheel. No. 1 was drawn by Owen B. Williams, a section foreman at Custer, Mont. Henry Johnson of Sheridan, Wyo., drew No, 2; John Schwartz, of Chicago, No. 3; /oS—Reiiilete of Keltz, Wyo., No. 4 / Charles Danielson of No./5, and Jacob Roplch of Butte, Nb^fi/ n. Mrs. Josffcb Artegy of Butte was the first womaß—Wdraw. A. Brown of Atlan...

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