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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906
rs SUCKERS iALE 'SfWtßs LTHE ? #§B 1 IEST DEALERS A. J. TOWER CO. ESTABLISHED 1834 EOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO TOWER CAKAWAN CO.LiiwtKI.TOROIfTO.aK . Dolwdc Her 11 cm. “Be mine,” he cried; “your aa-wer Oh. make it letters three.” “I’ll do the best I can, sir,” She answered, “N-i-trL —Philadelphia Press. There is more Catarrh in this scv.ion of .the country than all other diseases out together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For n great many years doctors pronounced -It a local disease and—prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing tc cure with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. Science has proven •atarrh to be a, constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney and Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken Internally in doses from ten drops to a teasooonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Thev offer on...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906
I » A A The Kind Von Have Always Bought has borne the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and * Just-aa-aood” are but Experiments, and endanger the health of Children—Experience against Experiment. What fs CASTORIA castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil. Pare* goplc. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It la Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cur— - - - Colic. It relieves Teetl cures Diarrhoea and Wind - v" - -'•™■ ™ troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assinil bites the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. . The Children’s Panacea The Mother’s Friend. V The Kind You Hare Always Bought Bears the Signature of 4 In Use For Over 30 Years. r MURRAY RTRCCT. NSW VORR CfTT A dog will butt in on mighty littl...
HIGHLAND PARK, HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906
HIGHLAND PARK, HAPPENINGS Z. T. Green of 6906 Monte Vista street has commenced the erection of a new residence at 339 West Avenue 57. The new house will contain eight rooms, will be two stories high, and will cost $3600. Avenue 67, north of Monte Vista, has rapidly become one of Highland Park's handsomest residence streets, and the new house which Mr. Green will build will undoubtedly be one of the street’s most attractive places. Notice! We have buyers for three or four houses, on easy terms. Owners write, telephone, or call on— HARRIS &amp; GARTH, 5421 Monte Vista St. Tel. East 696. The Herald learns that a handsome residence Is being erected on Avenue 66 in Garvanza, and that after its completion Highland Park will lose one of its popular young ladies. SidneyGood, a teacher In one of the public schools, Is- the builder of the new home, and the Herald has a straight tip that he has captured the heart and hand of Miss Jessie Stewart, laughter of Postmaster Stewart. Along wi...
John D. Wilson, Gardening, New Uwm Pat In. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906
John D. Wilson, Gardening, New Uwm Pat In. General house cleaning, odd jobs around the house. Property oared for &lt;in absence of the owners. Sunset East -1288. Residence Hermon: 41-pi. ' ' ' 'V. Prof. F. H. Beals of 311 N. Avenue 64, Is recovering from an operation at the. Deaconess Hospital. “Good to Eat.” This is the slogan of O. E. Jackson &amp; Co. at STOI Pasadena avenue, and they make good. Rev. W. C. Wilson, father of Mrs. C. W. Hunger of 435 N. Avenue 66, has left for a round the world tour. It is just as easy and as satisfactory to buy goods over the telephone of us as at our store personally. HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY, Pfettyman &amp; Son. Home 39105;, S. S. East 595. Mr. A. H. Hess of 135 N. Avenue 56. Is convalescent, while his wife Is now critically .ill. This about completes the round of the family with typhoid. *• ( Highland Park received a well deserved compliment the other day when a tourist —supposing he had reached Pasadena —left the car at ...
HOW IT HAPPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906
HOW IT HAPPENED. Parks —How did the ship come to bang against the rocks? Barks—Why, a young man was courting the lighthouse keeper's daughter, and they absent-mindedly turned the light down low. —Woman’s Home Companion for February. A shapely girl hasn’t much use for a wrap that doesn’t enable her to show off.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906
Horn* phone 39298. Sunset East 747. AC ME GROCERY W. H. Roth, Prop. Dealer in i ** * Staple and fancy Groceries, Vegetables Fruits, Candy and Nuts 5723 Pasadena avenue. On account of our doing a cash business we guarantee lower prices than our opponents who do a credit business and lose at the end of the month on bad debts. $ We issue a rebate ticket of 10c on every purchase of $2. Since taking possession of the store we have put on a delivery wagon arid are prepared to deliver orders in Highland Park. Lock &amp; i, Schulze &amp; I* L U M n L2E N PHONES East 1126 Home 39123 5729 Pastdeoa Avenue BAS AMD STEAM FITTING DweWAMllMMkri* Repairing HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET ULUE, MILL 9 * CO. ■ Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat Orders Plofilj Attended To Phones ■ §9034 5725 Pasadena. Ave. Duvall &amp; Klages i. . . Boaters In High Brads Orooerles 5001 PAMAOtMA A VE.UE far Jmvna’m Braatf Phone Sunset 841 Phone Home 39204 GOAL COAL GOAL Any kind you want direct from mines, e...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906
Frank Troop House mover. Also lays brick and stone work. N. Avenue 66. Phone, Blast 1534. For Sale For Sale —An Angelus Piano Player (or sale at 5123 Pasadena Ave., with 17 rolls of music; very reasonable. For Sale Thoroughbred Plymouth Rock cockerel and pullets, nine months old. Mammoth sizes. Mrs. M. A. Tieman, 4975 Pasadena avenue. Express Leave orders for expressing at the Star Real Estate Office, 5809 Pasadena avenue. C., 0. Brees, Phone, East 1386. City phones, Main 1862, Home 1378. G. L Benjamin Cement work of all kindft. Work guaranteed. 110 W. Ave.- 83, Los Angeles, Cal.. Phone E. 632. Philip Cook General building contractor, No. 5439 Pasadena avenue. Jobbing work given prompt attention. J. 0. Hawley, Pension attorney, notary public. 6113 Piedmont avenue, Highland Park. Home phone 39263. Lest You Forget, O. S. Jackson &amp; Co. at 5701 Pasadena avenue have everything in the line of groceries. Call and see them. • - , „ _
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906
Bank of Highland Park LOAMS AMD INVESTMENTS * G. W. E. GRIFFITH, President .-«• JNO. B. MERRILL, Cashier Capital Stock $lOO,OOO One-third PaU Up Bank Blank &lt;7OO Rammdonm &lt;«■ Highland Park Hardware Store RITCHEY &lt; BROTTHOUSE WE DELIVER ALL GOODS • BOTH PHOHES Homm 30330 Earn! 1401 BIOS Pm.mtl.na Arm. PHORES-Eaml 2101 Homm 30311 - STANDARD REAL ESTATE CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, RENTALS AND L0AN5...... v--5710 Pmmmdmnm Arm. Lorn Angclom, Oat* Jo Jo Padriok A Son, ■"V BUILDERS OF PLEASANT MODERN COTTAGES. Office and shop with F. M. Crawford, 5719 Pasadena avenue. Plana furnished where desired. Job work, repairs, tool sharpening and saw filing promptly attended to. We guarantee good work at right prices. Try us and see. Office phpnee, E 2191, Home 39311. Residence phone E. 791. MAI 0M Decorating Pottery Going Cast on the Santa Fa You can visit quaint Moki Land, the Petrified Forest and the Grand Canyon of Arizona SOLAR HEATER COMPANY 333 NEW MKIH ST- LOS...
Farewell to Rev. Bowers. -v [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Farewell to Rev. Bowers. -v On Sunday evening, at the Methodist church,* Rev. O. W. Bowers delivered a farewell sermon. With his wife, they left Monday evening for their home in Lafayette, Indiana, “(ter having spent a year here with their daughter, Mrs. W. A. Roberts, of Monte Vista street. Rev. Bowers bus during this pleasant year spent among us secured a very warm place in the heart of every person who knew him and it is with much regret that we chronicle his departure for the eastern home.
Methodist Choir Entertained [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Methodist Choir Entertained The Methodist choir was royally entertained on Tuesday evening in the handsome home of one of its members, Mrs. Nellie Black. Refreshments were served, and this popular musical organization spent a very enjoyable social time. One of the strong characteristics of •the Methodist service in Highland Park has always been its splendid music. The success achieved in.this respect has been largely due of course tp its leader, Miss Catherine Cortelyou, ably assisted by the organist, Mrs. W. S. Dinsmore. Miss Cortelyou is a graduate of the Boston Conservatory of Music,,, and studied music in Germany, Austria and Italy, and is perhaps one of Southern California’s best musical instructors. The Methodists are indeed fortunate in having one of her ability in cha'rge of their music. The next choir rehearsal will occur at the —home of Miss Jessie Stewart on Pasadena avenue on Tuesday evening.
v 1 iModem Woodmen Organize Camp. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
v 1 iModem Woodmen Organize Camp. e ‘ A camp of the Modern Woodmen of America was installed in Wood’s Hall in Highland Park, with one of the largest charter memberships ever organized in the state. The list contained over forty new members and several transfers. The following oiH- ; cers were elected and installed : V. C.. A. C. Hester; W. A., Geo. Lock; Escort, J. Raster; clerk, Wm. Myers; ' Banker, A, Hauiford; Sentry, 8. Ahn ' W. J. ’ McKee; Managers, G.. A. Puuteuny, J. P. Meier,”B. A. Wheaton. Deputy Reece, asissted by the offl cers and team of Garvauza Camp, organized the camp -after—which a banquet was given by H. A. Wood, deputy of the camp. The whole party tilled up on sandwiches, doughnuts and coffee, which a left a dark brown . taste in the mouth next morning, ac- . sompanied by reminiscences of many bad dreams.
Fine Reiidence for Hayes Avenue and Avenue 60. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Fine Reiidence for Hayes Avenue and Avenue 60. The reporter was permitted to see upon the boards of the Highland Park Building Co, this week, the elevations of a handsome two story, eight room residence which will be erected on the northeast corner of Hayes avenue and Avenue 60, for L. Logan. This building company furnishes plans and estimates free, and they certainly are doing artistic work in that line, as may be easily seen by examining their work.
The Vale of Annandale. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
The Vale of Annandale. Opening out from Garvanza ou the , north via Eagle Rock avenue, out by the Annandale school house, is the .peaceful vale of Annandale. This lovely little valley charms every visitor. With great foresight, Orites, Myers &amp; Kulli of 107 South Avenue 64, Garvanza, secured a tract of land - lying ou the right and above this valley, and have well christened it Annandale Heights. The lots are all of extra size, and the terms are a very attractive feature, one tenth only being required down. See advertisement in this paper.
HO! FOR JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
HO! FOR JAPAN. The storm last Monday occasioned the postponement for one week of the lecture on “Life among the Japanese,” to be given tei 'All Saints' Chapel corner of Arenas 66 and' Ash street, by Mr. Edward, Scovell, who lived in Japan for a number of years. It will be delivered at B o’clock Monday evening, April find. u - : i
OCCIDENTAL AFFAIRS Literary and Social Doings at Highland Park's Big College. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
OCCIDENTAL AFFAIRS Literary and Social Doings at Highland Park's Big College. ‘ • % The Home Oratorical Contest held in the College Chapel last Tuesday evening was one of the best ever held In Occidental. Despite the fact that the evening before had witnessed an Inter-collegiate Oratorical Contest, there was a large crowd in attendance. The judges awarded the first pize to Alonzo G. Motfat who delivered an oration entitled “Principle Triumphant, ’ ’ and the second prize to Irving I. Ewart, whose oration was named “The Progress of Man.” The oration of Mr. Cbas. T. Youngken was an unsually good one, as he received first place from all three judges on composition, but he was beaten on delivery. Tne winner wiU represent Occidental Academy against the other members of the Inter-scholastic league early in May, and from the performance of Tuesday night the prospect of a victory for the Highland Parkers is good. The Clio Literary Society of the Academy, of which Mr. Walter Thacher, the all-...
The Improvement Association is Doing Things. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
The Improvement Association is Doing Things. Highland Park in blessed with a wide awake improvement association, some of whose achievements for the benefit of this community the Herald has‘already chronicled. The association now has a man at work trimming all the street trees, cultivating them and cutting weeds. The hundreds of trees which were planted by the improvement association along all our principal streets are in a thrifty condition. The live oaks especially cum starting off this spring with raplty growth.