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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
MRS. IDA CUMMINGS Dry Goods Gents’ Furnishings NO. 5715 PASADENA AVENUE THE OWNER, DEAN HARTNEDY 5912 Pasadena Ave Offers for sale the following lots: • Pasadena ave., 50x150, lot 6, block 52 (city) adjoining Robin’s jewelry store $3OOO Newland st., near Garvanza school (city) lot 12, blk. 35, 80x160 (y 3 for $450).... 800 New York st., cor Mesa, tffangle lot, 282 ft. on N. Y. St. by 207 on Mesa st;, fine site for grocery aha 10 houses (city) ... 2000 New York st., lot 15, blk. 8, next to grocery, 40x140.. 600 Aldatm, Toledo and Buchanan sts., corner, 3 lots: corner lot $650, inside lots $550 (city); the three for. 1650 Baltimore and Ash sts. (city) 3 lots, Nos. 12, 13 £nd 14, block 2o ; $6OO ea&lt;;h ..... Aldama st., lot 11, block 12, (city) ,1 i ,V, Aldama st., lot 14, block 22, cor. Hub st. (city) ...... Baltimore st., c'or Nolden st., Baltimore st., cor. Aye 56.. Hub st., near Ave. 56, block 25, lot 6, 48x78x143... ... Lot 7, 40x140 The two f° r .... . TERMS: One third ...
TOPICS TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
TOPICS OF THE TIMES Even the man who isn’t square may to cornered. The Czar's present opinion of the tana is probably unfit to print. “The glory that was Greece” seems to have passed to the United States. The Czar of Russia is only 38, but he has had almost reverses enough to make him 83. If a man boasts that he has no enemies he seldom has occasion to boast of his friends. In view of recent disclosures Mr. Rockefeller's income probably has been underestimated. Notwithstanding his advancing years the Sultan of Turkey seems to be about the same old Sultan. Now that Cuba has had a $500,000 fire there is no more doubt that she Is becoming Americanized. The man who never made a success of anything in his life always wonders why other men do not heed his advice. Mr. Rockefeller's taste In art is said to be crude. That may be because he has used bis refinery for other purposes. Of course, when the psalmist fixed man’s limit of time at three score and ten he hau never heard of Uncle Joe Ca...
Exonerating A enable*. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Exonerating A enable*. Once when W. Ilolmau-llunt, the English painter, was dining with Thackeray, he noticed a marble bust of the novelist ns a hoy. The bust was well modeled, says Hunt In his recently published yoluiue'of reminiscences of "I'ivUaphaelism and the ITe-KaphaclUe Brotherhood,” and admirable for its open expression. It registered the form ofstile nose, the sinking of the bridge which distinguished his handsome, dignified face. As Hunt gazed he recalled the reported remark of the housekeeper at Charterhouse, after Thackeray’s pugilistic encounter with Venables, and on seeing the bruise which Thackeray's face had received! &gt; “You have destroyed the looks cf the. handsomest boy In the school.” When Hunt had silently decided this, Thackeray noticed him, and exclaimed: “I know what you are-wondering at. You wgnt to know Whether tll£ bust was done ’before or after.’ Well, It was done before.” When a man takes a girl out riding on a country road, and puts bis arm '...
PC WEEKLY cyramiu [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
PC WEEKLY cyramiu —T . TCipy «if flg AaglftSaxons, assassinated. 1315—fed ward Bruce invaded I island with G,OOO men. ■ 1533—Craitmer pronounced sentence/ of divorce between. Henry Catherine of Arragon. 1570—First issue of Liverpool Time*, England's first regular newspaper. 1000—Massacre of false Demetrius and his adherents at Moscow. 1037—Massacre of Indians at Fort Mystic by Mason. IQS0 —Retirement of Richard Cromwell. 1734 —Imperial-' forces defeated at tbs battle of Bittmto.' 1743—American Philosophical Societf founded by Benjamin Franklin. 1705 Henry’s resolutions against stamp act passed Virginia Assembly. » ' f 1775—Howe, Clinton and Burgoyne, British generals, arrived at Boston. 1783—James Otis, American patriot and statesman, killed by lightning. 1788—South Carolina adopted the federal constitution. 171)4—Habeas corpus act suspended in England. 1798—Battle of Tarah and defeat of the United Irishmen. 1805—Napoleon crowned King of Italy. 1810—Crown Prince of Sweden killed bf ...
College of Soclnllsru ■ Ready. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
College of Soclnllsru ■ Ready. Announcement has beta made of the opening, Oct. 1, of 'he new college 9! Socialism at New York, endowed by the late Elizabeth 1). Hand, mother of Mrs. George D. Herron. Algernon Lee, who was the Socialist candidate for Mayor of New York last year and editor of the leading tile Worker; is to he president of the new college. Its hotnt is a four-story, 'brown-stone building at 112 East Nineteenth street. The course is to be divided into three groups—first in which the lighter foundation subjects of political economy, history and sociology will la? taught by lecture and textbooks; second, the lecture conference course in which the free discussion of theories a. ml principles of social reform and ethics will be encouraged, ah'd third what might be called applied Socialism or lecture courses on labor unions, child labor, woman suffrage, age..pensions,'immigration and other practical subjects. President Lee say* that the object is to furnish a scientific basi...
The Gcrni.of Khcntnutlfim. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
The Gcrni.of Khcntnutlfim. Dr. Lewis Frlssell, attending physician tQ the&gt;Seton hospital at Ne,w York, claims to have isolated the germ of rheumatism. He says it looks’ a good deal like othfrr but has a special affinity for the joints. Dr. Frissell thinks this is the real cause of the disease, which, however, may be brought on by exposure to dampness. He classes rheumatism as an infectious disease which occurs in epidemic form. He '‘attributes both pleurjay and rheumatism of the heart to the nearly discovered cernu
San Francisco’s Eariy Days [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
San Francisco’s Eariy Days Wben Captain Montgomery, on July 6, IMC. raised the American ting on thj heights of Verba Buena at the Golden ' Gate, this spot wag nothing but a. poor [village of about 200 inhabitants, writes Louis Wagner In a very Interesting article published in the Illustrated Home [journal. lint even then 1: was quite Lcosuio|H)li an—its population was made up of Spaniards, .Mexicans, Germans. Swiss. Englishmen.’Scots, Irish, Swedes, Dimes, Indians ami Kanakas. ■ Undiscovered the precious yellow jnetol Slumbered In the mountains, and the picturesque pioneers of tbs village on the beautiful bay dreamed little of the Inwillable. feverish thirst fur gold. They ■ra-iher east--their eyes npem-Gie sea day after day. Every morning at sunrise suae of them would climb upon the highest Id!!; Which was soon called "Te (graph Hill," and, glass In hand, they would search the great expanse of the ocean for vessels bringing commerce and newcomers. The white sails and the long-drawn...
Mcarnunn Is Ea«y. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Mcarnunn Is Ea«y. According to Consul Cyder, the Pre.ddent or Nicaragua in? just given a remarkable concession fcr ten years at 4 1 d() (gold) [&gt;er year. The concessionaire Is privileged to have a collector In tLt custom house at Pluefields. harbor through whose hands all shipments of rubber must pass, and lie is allowed ):o tax It 10 cents a pound over and nbo e the government tax of 0 cents a pound at Is estimated that the annual shipment of rubber from tips district is 5(IO.iiOO pounds, giving t'a ■ concessionaire a revenue of $50,000 a year, or $500,'.00 for the period of hit. contract, altnough It Is not to cost him more than $1,(100 for the ten years. There are lots of people who never find out they have a wonderful view from their back door till a visitor discovers It for them. CORNER OF THE PLAZA IN 1850.
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Mtb. J. C. Calkins and daughter of Inglewood were Visiting Mrs. Randall oh Avenue 50 and Mrs. H. S. Thompson on Avenue 54, Wednesday. If you have no vacant property, let us sell you a lot that Is more than worth the price and put up one of our "‘Perfect Portable Bungalows.” We are selling them. To assure prompt, delivery see us at once. Home Really Co., 5950 Pasadena avenue. i See Wm. Elsey’s big ad. Wm. Iflsey made a big sale this week, the property Involved being five lots owned by Dean Harthedy on New York street. Dr. Hope of ,4;os Angeles is the purchaser. Grocer O. E. Jackson, who has retired from business, will take a wellbeamed rest, and with hrs family is spending a. few —weeks -ht Catalina. Jackson expects to continue to reside in Highland Park. * We tell you again, get your eye on Ave. 54 property’;*'But if anything else .will suit you, we have got It. Stay Peal Estate Co., '5809 Pasadena ave.' East 1380, Horae 39297. Res. East 2010. Mrs. Fleming h...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
White Swan Linifrient The BEST LINIMENT for RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, BRUISES. LAME BACK, STIFF JOINTS, NEURALGIA, Etc. ' ' &gt; Kto SmU and Recommend It* W. S. I’rettyman &amp; Son ( Highland Park Pharmacy 5705 Pasadena Ave Phones : East 595. Home 391(&gt;5 1L of HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET ULUE, MILLS ( CO. Fresh, Safi ami Smoked Meat Telephone Orden Promptly Attended To Phone. ) H0m»*39034 5725 Pasadena Ave ’ Mrs. C. R. Heath Sin Pmmmdmna Arm. v ...Ml L L I N ERY.,. Our Prices Reasonable. Made Over Work a Specialty Careful Attention Given to Every Order Five Yiarn at&lt;oage’s, Chicago MdU Ctrl Decontlnffalteiy „. r 'll vr&gt; Going East on the Santa Fo You can visitquaint Mpki Land, the Petrified Porest and the Grand Ganyon of Arizona The Editor’s New Shirt Did you ever stop to think why it is that we are spending money every week for space in this paper?, Thfs week we’re paying enough to get Mr. Randall a new shirt, for this northeast corner. Bu...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
m. ‘ . j* &gt;lj l! Eft Br jarf 'j - v i MdK wUI : ■ l- 's&amp;mmbi ■ ■■ Bank of Highland Park 0. W. E. GRIFFITH, Pres. J. W. JEFFREY. Vice Pres. ORIN LIENTZ, Aclinj Cashier I amounts to I 115.00 225.00 840.00 505.C0 1,120.(K 2,835.00 5,050.00 ~ 11, moo Four por coat. Interest allowed on term savings accounts. Call and see our new savings lank?, free to all customers. Patronize your he me hack. All* savings are Invested in mortgage* on --komes-ifoHighland Park sod vielnit Begin your account now. Home Phone 39228 Sunset E.ais Highland Park See Us Real Estate Home Realty Co t 5950 Pasadena Awe Star Real Estate Co. E. B. RUSH S. A. WHEATON, Notary Public We make a special effort to keep posted, and In touch with all matters pertaining to realty throughout Highland Park, Garvanza, Hermes and New York Valley, embracing forty-live tracts, to which new ones are constantly being added. We have facilities at hand to show quickly, clearly and concisely every part and parcel. I...
LAND OF PROSPERITY CONFIDENCE NEVER STRONGER IN LAND OF SUNSHINE R G. Dun & Co.’s Business Review for June Lauds Past Results and Says That the Future Is Full of Promise [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
LAND OF PROSPERITY CONFIDENCE NEVER STRONGER IN LAND OF SUNSHINE R G. Dun &amp; Co.’s Business Review for June Lauds Past Results and Says That the Future Is Full of Promise In its review of trade and financial conditions in Los Angeles for June R. G. Dun &amp; Co. say: “Confidence In Southern California was never stronger. The outlook for good summer business is promising. In Los Angeles everything looks exceedingly well commercially. The jobbing trade., is settling to normal conditions again. The large demand from the North for May, following the San Francisco disaster, did not continue through June, much of that business being materially taken on by Central California cities. However, a steady improved demand continues. Money loosened materially during the month. The volume of real estate trading, which to a certain extent had been checked, increased largely, and bank clearances rose ’to normal figures. The value of building permits for the month exceed $2,000,000...
Busy Saason tor Canneru. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Busy Saason tor Canneru. Deciduous crop moving is in lull swing and dryers and canneries are busy. The season Is about two weeks late. Prices received are the best In years. Apricots are scarce, bringing as high-as $4O a ton. Peaches are In fair supply and canneries are paying $3O for free stones and $37.50 foldings. Prices in Central California average much higher. There is a lively demand for apricot pits and the price has advanced from $8 to $35 a ton. Cured fruit stocks are practically , exhausted. Spot prides are what the jobber can get. Prices for futures are unsettled. The output of apricots for the state will not exceed 2,500 toas, less than one-sixth that of last year. Many are holding for 15 cents. The output of peaches is figured at about 15,000 tons and prices rule 9&gt;4 to 10 cents a pound. Eastern buyers are slow at these prices and a large supply of evaporated apples may interfere with the maintenance of these prices. The 1905 stock of raisins is well cleaned...
Big Yield of Citrus Fruits, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Big Yield of Citrus Fruits, Early June prices for lemons are high, good 300 or 3GOs bringing at least $4.50; some specials as high as sfi. The late market has felt heavy importations of foreign fruit and prices declined. The yield for the season is 22,000 carloads oranges, 4,000 lemons. About ljooo carloads are not yet marketed. Honey stocks are light;- market fairly firm. Definite figures of the coming season’s yield cajinot yet be .ascertained, but apiarists generally predict shortage. Walnut prospects are good. Growers think the crop will exceed that of last year. The outlook tor the oil producer is better than for years. The consumption -of fuel oil is well up to production and, as the demand is increasing, a decided advance is expected on the price for future contracts,
Caltfornla Items of Interest;- [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Caltfornla Items of Interest; - Pomona needs berry pickers. Sacramento county has 1805 acres in asparagus. Oakland is to have a horticultural fair this fall. Late frosts shortened the grape crop in some parts of Fresno county. The orange, apple, peach and pear crops Of Arizona are light this year. 'The outlook for grapes In Sacramento county Is the best In several years. -—. , I 4 This season Is about two weeks be hind last In the shipping of deciduous fruits. • i. ’VK-L'.'— ‘ •. -Salter) Sea ,1s still on the rise and fine farming lands are dally going under water. The California Vegetable Union shipped 417 cars of cabbage the past season. The Saiton Sea now covers 3Q5 square miles and is rising at the late of si:; laches a day. Over 50 square miles of land are flooded around Stockton. Toluca has the finest apricots over grown in that section. The crop is good and the quality excellent. A dispatch from Baywards in Alameda county says apricots are selling tor SCO a ton and may go hig...
DISSOLUTION NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
DISSOLUTION NOTICE. , Notice is hereby given that, the copartnership heretofore existing between Mf • W aiSTf P X under the name of R. A; Baker &amp; Co., j6coi 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. McGREGORV, R. A. BAKER. Los Angeles, Cal., June 18, 1906. 2- 5
The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 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 b 143 *p. m. and evening service at / :jo. All are cordially invited to attend. Highland Park M. E. church, Rev. ■J. Alfred Jackson, M. D., pastor. Sunday servlce*;- Sunday school and Bible class, 9:45 a. nj. Preaching service, 11 a. m. Epworth League, 0:45 p. m. Evening service, 7: SO p. in. 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 Church—Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.' Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.; Christian Endeavor. Senior Society at 6:20 p. m. Intermediate at 4:00 p. m. Mid-week Prayer Service Wed ueaday evening at 7 ;43. F. P. Berry, Pastor. Hermon Free Methodist church, corner Avenue 5&...