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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HERALD Local News of highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Hill Park, Hermon, Nt. Washington, Eagle Rock and New York Valley VOL. 2, NO. 5. HIGHLAND PARK, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY. JULY 14,1906 Published Weekly: $1.60 per year; 15c per month
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
This Is the promising year for decency in public affairs. The gang of bflicehcltiers will nang on' TOr tfe&amp;t •life. It is yours to jar them loose. Every saloon politician and ward . bummer has been put on double pay and overtime schedule. He will be up and "doing” you every day until the elections are over. ‘ The Herald is now over one yearold, and under the laws of California Is entitled to publish legal notices of any kind. Our friends should remember us in this matter, and insist upon having legal publications made In their home paper, where possible. The same men who a year or two ago figured conspicuously in the princlpal magazines as captains of Industry, seem now to be receiving considerable attention of a different sort. A captain of Industry in this modern age may be’a double dyed-ln-the-wool scoundrel after all. Are you In line on the great Independent campaign for pure city government? If not, read the names of the one hundred leading citizens which compose th...
ANIMATED POLITICAL MEETING, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
ANIMATED POLITICAL MEETING, A lively meeting under the auspices of the Church Federation and AntlSaloon League was held at the Methodic church Tuesday night. Discussion of plans for securing the nomination of good men for various county offices by both parties was Indulged In with considerable show of interest. Mr. Reynolds, organizer for the federation, got it into his head that the meeting was a Republican affair, but as the announcement made no party distinctions, the Democrats and others were "all” Invited to remain and partake In the deliberations of a union -meeting;— Chas. Carver presided, and Carl G. Packard was secretary. The principal work-of this organization Is to be directed toward securing the registration 6f every man who believes In clean government, and to securing the election-of delegates at the primary Aug, 14th, who will go to the county convention and labor for the nomination of good men tor the offices. / For the first part of the work, G. R. Whitcomb, Carl G....
IS HUNTINGTON KNOCKING HIGH LAND PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
IS HUNTINGTON KNOCKING HIGH LAND PARK. Beginning Monday morning cars between Pasadena and Los Angeles will be operated on a new schedule, Main line cars passing through Garvanza and South Pasadena will no longer enter Pasadena. They will run at more frequent Intervals than heretofore but will atop at South Fair Oaks and Mfsslon street, where they will turn back. Transfers will be Issued to the short line tor Pasadena passengers. All short line cars in the future will be operated on an express schedule and the number will be Inthe new arrangement It Is expected that the regular running time between Los Angels and Pasadena will be reduced about six minutes. We understand also that the old service of through cars between the city time between Los Angeles and Pasaresumed. This action of the railway company calls for protest by the Highland Park, Garvanza and South Pasadena Improvement Associations. It will deprive thousands ot tourists of a view ot those beautiful Communities, on the Lo...
All-Day Meeting at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Highland Park, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
All-Day Meeting at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Highland Park, The "Cumberland Presbyterian church was born In the midst of a revival. All-day services and open-air meetings were common. It seems meet to return to some of the practices of that time. May we not hope tor a return of the spirit of those early days? Sunday school will open at 9:45 a.m. Morning, afternoon and evening service, Including sons-services, sermons, testimony and a report of the church from Its beginning. Visiting ministers will preach and assist in other exercises of the day. Refreshments will be provided for all who wish to remain all day and enjoy the services. Ave. 6G and Marmlon Way, Highland Park.
Car Line for New York Valley. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Car Line for New York Valley. Within a very few days now it 4s expected that work will bo commenced on the New York Valley car line. All the stipulations made by the railroad company have been compiled with, and the right-of-way deeds are now In the bank. Mr. Huntington Is expected In a few days, and will no doubt approve the work of his chief engineer, Mr. Kurtz. New York Valley Is due to get in the band wagon now. See Wm. Elsey’s big ad.
LOOK TO YOUR INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
LOOK TO YOUR INSURANCE. the San Francisco disaster has wrecked some insurance companies., seriously crippled others, and required many to pay only a part Of their just debts or go to the wall. Are you Insured In any of these? It so you had better look out. The Bt. Paul Fire and Marine lneurar.ee' Co. will pay their San Francisco losses IN FULL. We can write you a policy In this company which has proved Itself solid. They can pay all their Frisco losses rind still have net assets amounting to $2f,705,000 in addition to their capital Of 1500,000. We can write you a ■ L . POOR &amp; WING,' 5134 Pasadena A virtue.
See Wm. Elsey’s big ad. Grand Initiation, A. O. of M. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
See Wm. Elsey’s big ad. Grand Initiation, A. O. of M. The Ancient Order ot Mystics had a grand initiation at Woods Hall on Wednesday night, thirteen members taking the mystic degree of Sapientia Terrestrium. This order is not one of modem origin. It has been known in organized form for many thousands ot years. In the days of Jesus it was known as “The Children of Light,” and the Nazarene Master and his disciples were members of it. Once he said: "Walk ye in the light while ye have the light that ye may be Children of Light.” This order is really the occult phase ot Christianity, the exoteric phase being the church. In this city the Church of Humanity, or everybody’s church, has been organized to reach the masses with the gospel of the higher life. Dr. Levi Dowling is the minister of the church and speaks every Sunday night at Mammoth Hall, 517 South Broadway. Dr. Dowling has promised to give a series ot addresses in Highland Park at no distant day, presenting in succinct form the ba...
Successful Beal Estate Dealer. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Successful Beal Estate Dealer. Wm. Elsey has been one of the most successful real estate operators iii Highland Park, due to his energy and strict integrity. He has made a speI clalty of New York Valley property, and is an authority on everything in that valley. On account of the early arrival of the car line, right now Is the time to buy property there. Large ■profits are bound to come to early investors with but little delay. See Wm. Elsey’s big ad.
NEW MILLINERY STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
NEW MILLINERY STORE. Highland Park will have within a few days a new up-to-date and firstclass mllllngyy store, at 5717 Pasadena avenue. ” MrS. C. R. Heath, who recently conducted such a store at 703% West Washington street, Is the proprietor. She Is having an elegant set of display fixtures put In the room, and the Interior arrangements will be first-class. Mrs, Heath spent five years, with the great millinery house of Gage In Chicago, having Just recently come from there, so that the ladles of Highland Park may expect correct servlet at the new store. We wish Mrs. Heath much success.
Christian Church Musical. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Christian Church Musical. The musical last Tuesday evening at the Christian church under the auspices of the Sunday ' School was given to a crowded house, and every number on the program reCetved several encores. The quartette consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Groves, Mrs. Hitchcock and Mr. Relchenbach, who are well known in the musical circles of the city, deserve special mention. Miss Edna Douthlt, who is Indeed an expert on the violin, rendered several numbers, capturing the house with the' first strains. Mr. George Otto, who Is well known in Highland Park, rendered most beautiful and difficult piano compositions, and was greatly applauded. He proved to be an artist' of the highest type. Mr. Joe Champion, tpnor, and Mrs, M. "V. Stlckney were two of the soloists, both delighting the audience with their songs. Those present felt that they had enjpyed one ot the rarest treats In the musical line ever given In Highland Park or vicinity. Poor &amp; Wing have sold lot 5, Highland Park...
Extract from the Highland Park Herald Jnne 30, 1906 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Extract from the Highland Park Herald Jnne 30, 1906 We call the attention of our readers to Dean Hartnedy’s hew central subdlvlsidn of Highland Park, which Is now open, at the corner of Avenue 50 and Aldama street. It Is 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, after acquiring the property naa i new survey made and fronted the best row of lots on Aldama street, which is a great improvement to the whole neighborhood. The land is level for building, with sufficient slope for drainage and there are no hills tp climb In order to get there. ; . By the way, amongst those who hard recently become residents here there Is no one who has shown more faith In the growth of Highland Part than Dean Hartnedy. He began a little over a year ago by investing In the fine bleek of property where he built his residence at the corner of Avenue 59 and Pasadena. He sooa spread his Investments to ...
HIGHLAND PARK PROPERTY A£ AN INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
HIGHLAND PARK PROPERTY AS AN INVESTMENT. The sure and steady advance in vacant lots in Highland Park is attracting 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 $1000 to $1500 each. Now there is not a lot on that fine thoroughfare from the College to the Santa Fe crossing that can be got for less than $3000, and few at that. Corner lots are held at $5000 and over. We predict that there will not be a lot on Pasadena avenue that will bring less than $5000 In a year or two. Lots on Monte Vista street, high up on Smith’s Hill, run between $3000 and $1750. The Grider &amp; 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 ...
6- WALTER MONROE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
G. WALTER MONROE. Supervising Principal of Schools of Whittier, will be a candidate for County Superintendent of Schools, subject to decision of the Republican County Convention. . One of the strongest men who has yet been suggested for a place on the Republican county ticket is Dr. Dunsmoor of Los Angeles, for coroner. The Herald has been making a little inquiry concerning different candidates, and was struck by the universal expressions of good will and praise for Dr. Dunsmoor. Harris &amp;. Garth have sold Mr. Becker’s home on the corner of Ash and Aldama streets to Mrs. Bouton, a French dressmaker from Los Angeles, who will make her home here. They have also sold a lot on Avenue 54 to Mrs. Alice E. McDowell, who is coming here to build her home. Her son will enter Occidental College. Fifteen lots In the Highland Park Electric tract were also sold by this firm during the past week. Harris &amp; Garth are also selling considerable property at Alamitos Bay, two valu...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Dean Hartnedy's Central Subdivision of Highland Park rSt. o &lt;0 40 VP PRICES $l2OO 1250 1000 Lot No. 1 “ 2 3 “ 4 ’ “ « 5 1 7 6 « 1 7 'o * Q 0 11 J7iP 12 AT 13 9 14 7517* Af 15 16 a 17 ? A3 18 K 0. &lt;■ 19 jo /X 20 $ 21 22 S° cv 23 24 25 * cisSKt^j a Bg vFik; Vi :«y * These prices include stredt, curb and sidewalk,with water piped to every lot. Building restrictions $l5OO on Aldama street; on other streets, $ 1000. Buildi J g )i i &lt; il rket. This beautiful Subdivision is the CLOSEST IN of anything on the The land is level ready for building. No hills. It is only a block and a half from the Monte Viata car line, with the Pasadena line two blocks farther east. Everybody knows that Avenue 56 is the center of Highland Park, and this property is located at the corner of Avenue 56 and Aldama street. Water pipes now laid and street improvements under way. Lots from $5OO to $1250, with building restrictions. Terms, one-third cash, balance one and two years. the ...