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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
X J r ’ J • s'. Phones: For Everything that is PROMPT DELIVERY Home 39191 East 2G3 PHILIP D. COUBY &amp; Co ~ 8701 PASADENA AVE Tailoring Cleaning Pressing C.C. Reed, 5719 Pasadena Av “ PHONES: East 2191 Home 39311 Orders called for and delivered. Dry clean a specialty, Phone Home -39108 D. E. WELLS Express and Baggage All Kinds of Express Work Residence 116 W. Ave 53 ' TTifrKlanrl D—L Xllguinllu 1 uTK Highland Park, Garvanza and Los Angeles Express. This will notify all Governed that 1 have secured from Fred Hallert the Highland Park, Garvanza and Los Angeles Express, formerly owned by me and am again ready to attend promptly all orders In my line. Regular trips down town in a. m. Residence 529 New York street. Phone Home 39332, East 2169. Down town office 212 E. 3d street. Home ■S29S. W. U. KEESE 0. W. Robbins, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Witches, clocks, jewelry, music boxes and spectacles repaired and warranted. 5938 Pasadena avenue, Highland Park. Chas.l.Sweet, Lawyer Room ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
ORNAMENTAL FIREPLACES MANTELS OF ALL KINDS t Ell I make a specialty of the above work, and guarantee satisfaction. Also do general masonry. 0. M. SUMNER, Cor. Ash and Baltimore Sts Phone Sunset East 2294 . LEWIS BROS., All Kinds i Tearn Work Rock, Sand and Gravel Phones East 977 East 1681 iSy 1 532 New York St. BRADFORD’S New York Meet Market Meats Fish Poultry Sunset East 1104 . SO9 New York'St F. M. WATSON-REEVES, M. D. Homoeopathist 125 East Av&gt; 57 - HoiWi-9 to 10 a. ir. Evenings and Sundays by appointment. Percy K. Lusk First Aiifcf* Teacher of Piano and harmony 232 Ave 57 West J. 0. Hawley, Pension attorney, notary public, til 13 Piedmont avenue, Highland Park. Home phone 39263.
For The Childrep [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
For The Childrep Teddy’s Pint Pockets. “I want pockets In my new pants," said Teddy. - “You are too little,” said nuunnuu. "Please, mamma,” Teddy pleaded. “Pockets go with punts. All the big boys have them." “Well,” mamma replied, 'T suppose you must huve them. Yes, I will put some In.” “Nonsense!” exclaimed Aunt Emily, i “Clara, you don’t mean to let that baby have pockets? He will have them full i of rubbish and In a dreadful condition all the time. He’s too little for trousers, to say nothing of pockets.” But mamma put the pockets la, and ready wasTTSappyr ttr went- round •with his hands in those little snuggeries, feeling very proud and grown up, and tried to whistle; and by and by he began to put things Into them. "If I had the darning cotton, I would mend the stockings,” s;fd grandma: “but It Isn’t In the basket.” “Here it Is,” said Teddy, inking a little black ball out of his right pocket. “I found It behind the door, grandma. I didn’t know It was darn-c«,ton; I thought It wa...
Game of Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Game of Telegrams. Each one lu the company must be supplied with paper aud pencil, and then you ask all together to suggest ten letters of the alphabet, which are then to be written down at the head of each one’s sheet of paper In the order In which they were"snggested. ' Now the players must exercise their wits to make up a telegram of ten words beginning with the letters In the order given. After ten minutes or so call, “Time’s up,” and gather up the papers. Display a prize for the one to lie adjudged as best, aud then read the telegrams aloud. Let the company decide which is nest. Here are .some examples; Suppose the letters were A L W K B E T O U. 11. One telegram; Alice Lane will know by evening that Oscar‘gambles horribly^. Another telegram: Another lad will kins before Edith thlUks of going home. Lots of tun lu Jtjila game-. T.-y It.
A Dinner for 'l'hrce, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
A Dinner for 'l'hrce, A dinner, a dinner I will give To my ! dear little chums three! Lucy, Mabel, and Kitty-Belle; (And, of course, my dolly and me). We’ll have popcorn made up in balls; And maple sugar so brown; And we’ll have peanuts—a eoeoanut, too; And tbe very best candy in town. v . &gt;* Oh, what a glorious time we will have, At my dinner given for«three! Lucy, Mabel, and Kitty-Belle; —(And, of oOurse,. my dolly aad me).
Water Dlvlnluit [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Water Dlvlnluit It may be a surprise to most people to learn that tbc old-fashioned method of (lading water by means of a forked Stic* has not gone out of use before the scientific experts, engineers and analysts. A recent exhibition of this was given In England by a My. Thompson, who Is a farmer and breeder of sheep on a large scale. With a large part of the experts who use more sclentlfic methods for finding water he entered a large field bolding the forked stick In his hands. They walked up and down the grounds, but soon led to an adjoining field, where the twig seemed to pull the operator about After a time he was so powerfully affected that be was obliged to release the stick and rest When he again took It to bis faands .lt drew him to a spot where be sa|d water would be found at a depth of fifty feet, and a full supply at ninety or 100 feet. This was found to be a fact,,to the great amazement of the scientists. - •
18 THE DAY GETTING' LONGER? Chans:* Omdnnlljr Tnklns Pino* In Dlnrnal Rotation of World. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
18 THE DAY GETTING' LONGER? Chans:* Omdnnlljr Tnklns Pino* In Dlnrnal Rotation of World. That the time occupied by our world In Its diurnal rotation can be slowly lengthening Is, of course, not apparent to every one, says the Electrical Magazine, fact remains “ Irrefutable tlint.„ the duration of our present day Is much less than It was some million years ago. Several natural physical causes tend to effect the gradual arrest of the earth's rotation about her axis, such us the tides, the former molten state of the earth, etc. It would seem that the Immense energy stored In the rotation of a solid globe 7,025 miles In-diameter, with a specific weight five and a half times greater Uum-watcj...jexolvlng at a maximum surface velocity of more than 1,000 miles per hour, could never be appreciably absorbed: • By an interesting calculation It can be shown that this surface velocity maybe slowly, If Inappreciably, Increased by artillclal means. -Half the force stored up In the earth is calcul...
HISTORY OF INFLUENZA. Dlieue Emitted um Early as 1-103— Many Epidemics Elccorded, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
HISTORY OF INFLUENZA. Dlieue Emitted um Early as 1-103— Many Epidemics Elccorded, Influenza, like the poor, we have always with us. It may be.some com fort to know that In the good old days tilings were no better, says the British Medical Journal. In Paris In the sixteenth century friends on meeting greeted each ether with the question, “N'ea cs-tu point goute un morcelet.” Long before that the scourge was equally rife. It interfered with the work of the law and prevented the performance of religious rites. In 1403, and again In 1557, the sittings of the courts had to be suspended. lu 1427 sermons had to be abandoned because the preacher’s voice was drowned by coughing and sneezing. In 1510 masses could not be sung. The features of tbo epidemics are said to have been Incessant discharge from the nose “as from a fountain,” fever and general lassitude. The patients complained of headache and their chests were rent by roughing. All food tasted bitter. People did not care to eat or drin...
Some Baby Snperrtltlone. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Some Baby Snperrtltlone. In Itoumanln mothers blpd red ribbons round the ankles of their babies to protect them from harm. The Vosges*peasants say that a child born at the new moon has a well hung tongue, and a child born at the last quarter will have keen powers of reason. - -Ireland-a strand ofwoman’s -halt la placed In the cradle as a protection, while Welsh mothers place their faith In a knife or a pair of tongs as a charm against evil.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
F, W. Hart, Pres . £/ O. Woodford, Soo, Crescent Real Estate &amp; Investment Co.: 8015 Pasadena Avs. The weather has been “In Our favor" of .late. We have been on the “hot trail" of some real “sure thing’’ bargains In vacant lots and homes. We've got ’em now—but we know we can’t hold ’em long. We will “show you” It you come quick. Remember, “It 'pays to see us." Buy In the’ New York Valley and buy of us. You can’t beat our prices, and you will never be able to equal those prices again. Come In and we will tell you why. “Don’t hurry”— If you have already made all the money you want. If not, buy these choice few lots at $3OO to $375 before car line gets In. Both Phones F, Hm Hodges, Mgr. 1 to cßatti wore c3f/i •o fruity Prices $5OO and up. Terms easy. x n‘ Building restrictions, $1,500. Ji. n *r. /*. SB Street work done and water, piped. // 1* to. /a &lt;s3t. tt so. »n s&gt; This tract is convenient- -to —the -carline on Monte Vista and Ave 54 or 56. The prope...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
■JBrydon Bros., Make a Specialty of Handmade 7 yr SADDLES And Other Sundries *“* In Connection With — Ip-To-Date Stables 239 Soatk Main St., Lob Angeles, Cal. Practical Plumber and Gas Titter Gas LiglßSupplies, jSantels, Chimneys, Burners Jobbing Promptly At lon tied To 5719 Pasadena Avenue Los Angeles, Cal 1-2 Only 500 for 1-2 Lessons in Music Prof. Henry h. Hall, 0. E. Will for the next three months give lessons in Music, Sight Reading, Sol fa System, Piano and , Organ, Etc. Prof. Hall has had 40 years’ experience, and will hot only teach your boy or girl to play the piano, but teach them music also. We recommend him as a Master in Teaching. Try him and you will save money. A postal card will receive attention. Prof HENRY H. HALL, Corner 59th &amp; Piedmont Ave * HIGHLAND PARK Highland Park Building Company NO CHARGE FOR PLANS ... OR ESTIMATES Phone East 786 *&gt; 5938 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles, CaL Highland Park ——Lunch Room and Restaurant . . . . CHAS. STROLE. Pr...
GARVANZA GLEANINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
GARVANZA GLEANINGS Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Weaver and family of Milwaukee street started on Wednesday by wagon for a prolonged camping tour to the Yosemite valley. Mrs. G. W. Munger' of North Ave, SC is up again after a prolonged and very severe illness. Garvanza Transfer will attend to your trunks and baggage promptly if you call up past UTS, 4-4“ Merit, son of- Mr. and Mrs, McKay of Eagle Rock avenue, is suffering from an attack of typhoid fever, as also is a child of Mr. and Mrs. Evans of Eagle Rock avenue. Miss Ella Fowlile of South Avenue &lt;56, who for sevel-al months has been benevolently working in a Pasadena orphan home, has gone East on a much needed vacation.of two months., Mrs. Forden of North Avenue G5, 'is np and out again after her severe sickness. The Garvanza Hardware Company Is prepared to connect gas ranges and plates. It is not necessary to send tor a plumber. , * '* Mosher Meyer of Ruby street is laid up with blood poisoning in one of his feet. • N "The Vict...
Garvanza Improvement Association Solicits New Members. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
Garvanza Improvement Association Solicits New Members. Garvanza, Cal., July 10, 1900. To Citizens of Garvanza: At a meeting of the Membership Committee of the Garvanza Improvement Association, held July 9th, a sub-committee was “appointed” to Interview (he residents of Garvanza and solicit subscriptions to the Association. It fs of the utmost importance that the Association get new subscribers at tincc, so that the work of improvement may be carried on. Over five miles of streets have been planted to trees, and these trees must be cared for during the approaching summer. There are other streets to be planted. These and other Improvements' take money.. ’ - Will you aid in this work by interviewing every resident in the territory Indicated, and by soliciting sab■scripticns from ,p\’rr.yaa£_K-hoJiaajflL subscribed? The sub-committee, with the territory .assigned each member, Is as follows: _ , Latrcfae, Ave. 453, ’■ Pasadena. Ave., Crescent, W. A. SteWart. Block 2, B. H. Donnell. Pasad...
BEAUTIFUL MT. WASHINGTON. Over the land and over the sea, Towers aloft, In Its majesty. The crest of our mountain high; Up where the frolicking breezes play, Kissed by the clouds on their sunlit ' way, . [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
BEAUTIFUL MT. WASHINGTON. Over the land and over the sea, Towers aloft, In Its majesty. The crest of our mountain high; Up where the frolicking breezes play, Kissed by the clouds on their sunlit ' way, . It smiles to the smiling sky. On Wednesday, July 11, the Mt. Washington Improvement Association held Its seventh regular meeting at the residence of Pres. K. W. Hill. The report of the treasurer' Was read and approved. In a written communication Horace E. Sabine, captain, and Seward H. Brown, secretary of the First Company, Signal Corps, N. G. C.. extended a vote of thanks on behalf of their company for the handsome treatment accorded officers and members of the N.- G. C. at the celebration on Mt. Washington, July 4th. Secretary R. P. Shea was requested to express the appreciation of the Mt. Washington improvement association ci the services rendered by the boys in blue. The committee on securing estimate cn cost of gravel ‘Walk v.us'gTven ah extension of time fdr its fcepqrt. Mr. R...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS “Alabaatlue,” the best wall coating; all colors. RITCHEY & GROTTHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 July 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS “Alabaatlue,” the best wall coating; all colors. RITCHEY &amp; GROTTHOUSE. There Is an Immense demand for houses to rent in Highland Park, a large part of the demand being from people who are coming here oh account of Occidental College. The Herald has said many times that the college and the fame cf Its new president, John Willis Baer, will make this an exceedingly popular residence place. It is strange that more capital Is not invested In rental property. For Sale —At a bargain. East front lot on Avenue 57, $1050; terms. ( 335 Avenue Cl. Mrs. M. V. Brooks. 5-1* R. D. Cist of Monte Vista street has purchased the magnificent home place of Edwin Cawston, of ostrich farm fame, and will*make his home there, 1 near the ostrich farm. Mr. List also purchased the Cawston automobile. The price paid for the place is said to be $13,000. Mrs. James McCreary of 5720 Aldama street, died at 11:40 a.m. Thursday, having been a sufferer from consumption. She was 45 y...