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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
For Everything that is PROMPT DELIVERY Phoness Home 39191 East 263 Good to Eat ~ • i ' —• —. ■ •■ ■ _* f ‘ 'i ~ ’1- - 1 ~ . PHILIP D. COLBY &amp; Co 5701 PASADENA AVE DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the copartnership heretofore existing between W. W, Mc£regory and R. A. Baker, under tbe . mtme of R. A. Baker &amp; Co., 6cot Pasadena avenue, Los Angeles, has this day been dissolved By mutual consent. The business will be carried on by R. A, Baker Co., a ro-poratiori, which assumes all liabilities, and to which all debt; due I In: linn v/ill he paid. W, W. McGRTXiOUV, R. A. BAKER, tos Angeles, Cal., June 18, 1906. 2 j DIAMOND REAL ESTATE CO. See W. V. Burr for lots In Hermon, also bargains In Improved property. He Is on the ground and no trouble to show the goods. Phone East IBOC. Hermon, Cal. 1 Highland Park, Qarvanza and Los Angeles Express. Regular trips down town in a. m. Residence 529 New York street. Phone Home 38332, East 2169. Down town office 2...
GARVANZA GLEANINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
GARVANZA GLEANINGS Mr. and Mra. Joseph ». Loftus of 21C South Avenue CC are the happy parents of a son, who arrived July 16. WINTER TOMATOE -PLANTS for sale. JAS. 1. CHUTES, &lt;Ave. 64, opposite Church &lt;ff the .Angels. The Rev, A. hf.. Adron of Philadelphia street is up and out again after a severe fitness. Miss Katherine Sanders, sister to Mtb.-E. G. Alderman, left last Monday to join her parents In Missouri. She hopes to return before very long bringing her parents with her. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt and family, who , have been residents of Garvanza for a good while, removed last Wednesday to Highland Park; Nine persons united with the Methodist 'Episcopal church last Sunday. W. Collins, the real estate man, has recently returned from the Calabasas district, looking up land, and has sec trail a one-third Interest In 2400 acres r f mineral, oil and pasture land, where he expects to make a little pile after awhile. He says they are now building an electric road from San...
QOLDEN WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
QOLDEN WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs. Vail, of 6426 Eagle Rock ave., enjoyed last Tuesday an experience which comparatively few persons are privileged to have, -namely, the observance of their golden wedding. Half a hundred eventful years have slowly followed each other Into the irrecoverable past since each to other plighted troth. A* surprise was planned for the jubilee day, and well was the secret kept. A'large number of friends assembled at the. house to. extend congratulations .and best .wishes. Tables were erected In the pleasant shade of the pepper trees on the adjoining lot where the party lunched. The Herald Joins In the chorus of congratulations, and In best wishes for many happy years together. Mr. Vail’s son Is building a house on the lot adjoining his father’s home. The Garvanza Hardware Company Is prepared to connect gas ranges and plates. It Is not necessary to send for a plumber. When in need of muSHns, ginghams, percales, call on Mrs. Rockhold , 103 North Avenue ui. Jtiso IH...
Garvanza Irapravamant Association. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
Garvanza Irapravamant Association. The work tit Irrigating the tree* set (rat by this assn elation within the last two years, has been under way during the past week. At the last meeting of stockholders the tree committee, consisting of Btrney Donnell and Robt. H. Lindsay recommended that this work be done more frequently during the summer months. It was felt that something more than an effort to keep the trees alive through the summer shall be attempted, their growth must not only he maintained, but encour aged. Tho expense to the association for the work has always been costly. This year, however, the committee are congratulating themselves on the able assistance that has been promised by voluntary workers. During the past week Boh Suttle of Eagle Rock avenue has furnished the team and his services as driver for two days free of expense to the Association. The money saved on this account will enable the committee to do this work oftener, and to cultivate the trees between Irrigati...
California Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
California Items of Interest. . Hanford wants a factory for making grape juice and grape syrup. Oregon reports their prune crop at about thirty-live million pounds. The deer hunting season opens August Ist, for quail and ducks. October 18. Santa Clara prune growers will accept nothing less than a 2%-cent basis. Last week Coachella shipped 4200 crates of melons, tomatoes and grapes. The Oxnard beet sugar factory started work on Monday. The apricots of Ventura and vicinity will be but little more than half a crop. Kings county is complaining of a tomato blight which causes the vines to drop their flowers. One melon ranch at Thermal sends! out an average of 340 crates of canta- j loupes a day. ’ San Jacinto reports the finest crop I of peaches ripening there of any place In the south. Stockton claims a grape crop from vines which has been planted but 47 days. Next! The California Canneries building on Sansome street, San Francisco, is being rebuilt. San Jacinto will harvest about 7000 ...
GOOD OUTLOOK IN GOLD CAMPS BIG SMELTER PLANNED FOR SOUTHERN NEVADA •> Changes in Green Copper Company—Manhattan, One Year Old, a Won- . der—Schwab Active Around Searchlight—Nuggets of Mining, News. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
GOOD OUTLOOK IN GOLD CAMPS BIG SMELTER PLANNED FOR SOUTHERN NEVADA •&gt; Changes in Green Copper Company— Manhattan, One Year Old, a Won- . der—Schwab Active Around Searchlight—Nuggets of Mining, News. It seems that Nevada is to have a big smelter somewhere in the southern part of the state for the purpose of working the ones of -the Kawlch district, The officers of the company are Malcolm Mac Donald, president; Dr. M. R. Ward, vice-president; Arthur W. Joseph, treasurer; Henry L. Frldenberg, secretary, and together with E. A. Montgomery, Leonard A. Dvesser, Charles E. Morris, Charles R. Miller and Donald B. Gillies, compose the board of directors. The new corporation controls the Southwestern Nevada Mines Company, which owns the great silver lead property at Reveille; the Goldreed Mines Company, which is developing a very rich group of claims at Goldreed in the Kkwich range, and a number of other proper-, ties at Eden, Clifford, Bellehelem and Golden Arrow. Ground will be b...
Phases of Desert Thirst. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
Phases of Desert Thirst. Half of the people dying from desert thirst perish in thirty-six hours, a quarter within forty-eight or fifty hours and all others of which the history is known within eighty hours. The phenomena of desert thirst may be arranged in three Stages, namely, normal thirst, functional derangement, and structural degeneration. These three stages- are made up of five, phases—the clamorous, cotton mouth phase, the shriveled tongue, the blood sweat, and the living death. There is hope in saving the lives of the victims whose thirst is diagnosed in the first three phases; but for the fourth and fifth death (a certain. The clamorous phase of desert thirst jnay be relieved by water, or in some instances fruit acids or similar substances. The second, or cotton mouth phase, should be treated by giving the victim quarts of water taken In small sips, and flooding his body. Practically the same treatment may be applied to the .third, or shriveled tongue phase, with the additi...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
W, L. I fan Wig Rmbmrt Rumdy Garvanza Hardware Company Cor. AO4 and Paaadeaa Are. Phono H»»t *176 *— —A-complete Hock of • " 1 ■ , Shelf and Builders’ Hardware, Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Refrigerators, Tin and Qraniteware, Paint and Oils, Garden Tools, Hose, ' Lawn Mowers, Screen-Wire, Chicken Wire * We Connect Gas SteyeiT ~ H. B. TOWTs’SEND F. J. PIERCE 6433 Keptou Street , 6425 Bepton Street TOWNSEND &amp; PIERCE House Moving, Raising &amp; Wrecking Eninute* Cheerfully Divert -t . . Phone E 65a Garvanza, Los Angeles, Cal. - Lip pen's Drug Store Pasadena Ave and Asa 64- Garvanza, Cal Don’t go to the city to purchase Drugs, Patent Medicines, etc., when you can save time and car fare. We sell everything in the above line at City Prices* Bring us your prescriptions, no matter how difficult they are. Our prescription department is complete. No substitution , whatever. You get what your physician calls for. Green &amp; Hooks TT 6311 PA£AD£.NA AVE Homo 1511046 Eas...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
We arc SOLE .AGENTS in Highland Park for the Prescott-Smith Tract On Monte Visra Street between Avc 53 and 54. The cheapest and best property in this locality for the money. Wc Make Fine Hill Property a Specialty S. C. Wing POOR &amp; WING 5134 Pasadena Ave Phones East 531 W. F. Poor Notary Public Home 390K&gt; _ . * ' a Citrus growers In many sections recelved two cents per pound net for all oranges shipped and some have done much better. This season has been a most unusual one in the matter of profits. “Liquid Veneer, ■ tne well-known Furniture Polish. RITCHEY &amp; GROTTHOUBB. Still Another Week on This Here'S a chance for somebody.. A modem, up-to-date 8-room house,' right beside Hollenbeck Park. Lot 60x140 to an alley. Owner will make &amp; big sacrifice on a trade for Highland Park property. A beautiful home In a fine location. See Harris &amp; Garth, 6421 Monte Vista street. “ ■— Jarett Bros., Carriage Shop, 6060 Pasadena avenue. Blacks...
* [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
* Millions for Defense. It I; always a pity to destroy, „a pretty phrase, particularly jvhen so laudable a sentiment as patriotism Is Involved. You have all beard “Millions tor defense, but not one cent for tribute,” for the phrase has been famous fpr a century. It Is attributed to Charlej Cotesworth Pinckney, who represented the United States In France, In 1700. John Jay hud made a treaty with England that threatened to Involve us In a war with France, add the Directory then governing France refused to receive Mr. Pinckney, intimating that the payment of a ccrtßßS sum might settle the j^lsputo. Then It was, according to a popular story, that Mr. Pinckney said “Millions for defense, but not one rent for trio-' ute!” It Is said, however, that when ■lie was asked about It afterward, he answered, “My answer was not a flourish like that, but simply, ‘Not a penny, not a penny !’ ” How Scu-Wes&gt;4l* Grow. Those of you who ' are fortunate, enough to get to the seashore this sum-me...
MACHINERY NEEDED IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
MACHINERY NEEDED IN JAPAN. Fine Opportunity Opened to Manufacturers In. This Country. The Industrial enterprise in iwhlcb Japan Is engaging so extensively Involve the employment of a great quan- tlty of modern maemnerr wn cn cannot be produced at the present time In tb* Mikado’s dominion; and this Is resulting In a great Increase of the Import* to the country, according to the New York Tribune. Various new companies which purpose a large outlay of capital -are about to be launched and these figures will give some Idea of the extent of the Industrial work contemplated! The capital required for companies being promoted to supply water power for electric motor power Is estimated at $35. 700,000; for new electric light and railway companies Jnrnl for extension purposes, $6,825,00!()1. of which $3,850,000 will be supplied from abroad: for; extension of spinning mills, $10,375,000, and municipal enterprises In many cities Involve iITY ontlrrw of $ 1 ii,o New milling companies are also bei...
OCEAN LIFE HAS CHANGED. Dot the Old Romance off the Sea 1» Not Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
OCEAN LIFE HAS CHANGED. Dot the Old Romance off the Sea 1» Not Dead. While 1 slowly ate my dinner !q the magnificent saloon cf the great liner America mul looked about at the Jolly little iwrties of two and four and six, at the daintily clad women and the severely clad men, and 'ht the freshly cut flowers and the sparkling cut glass, and while I listened to the low-voiced laughter and talk and to the music of the gay little red-coated orchestra—it seemed very much as If I had strolled over from Piccadilly circus to Pall Ma’l of a cold, foggy evening and had turned la at the Carlton Hotel. I grew sutler AS I thought about It. We did these things very differently a little while back. Even u very little while hack—as the history of humankind runs—life at sea meant more, for It seemed to bring a man nearer ton Hod than we of to-day very often get “Is this true,” I asked myself, "that they have destroyed the charm of the sea? da the flue old salty romance dead and burled?” Standing that ...
At the Theater. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
At the Theater. Mrs. de Fllrte (to her husband)-* Jack, that man in the box hasn’t taken his eyes off me for a fall half hour. De Fllrte—How do you know? —FamllliPiJtmrttah-* - " „ What a reputation or wit a fool' might acquire If he found an undiscovered country where he could palm off all the old Jokes. Do your best for yohr boss or be may do without you.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
f. W. Hmri, Praam L. O. WaotHord, Saa. i Crescent Real Estate &amp; Investment Co., 6015 Puadim Ave. , The weather has been "In our favor” *■ I . 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—hlit we know we can't hold ’em long. We will “show you” If you come quick. Remember, “It pays to see us.” Phones; East 1782 Home 39045 Fm Hm Hodgaa, Mgr, cSa/fi m o re &lt;^3f 1 * *0 -JJT~ V * 5 5J Prices $5OO and up. Terms easy. Building restrictions, $1,500. t ai. /*. Hub *3t 7r Street work done and water piped. This tract is con--32 /a ao. 7JT at. line on Monte Vista and Avo 54 or 56. The property is highly improved with fruit and no tedious wait is required to make a delightful home. f « filc(ama oSht. Apply on tract or at Room 1, 128 No. Main St. Phone East 951. « 1 Regular commission to agents. HIGHLAND PARK HARNESS SHOP F- L. Crawford. Proprietor WE GAURANTEE OUR HARNESS AND SHOE WORK. GIVE US A CAL...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
’" ' 1 • The Captain of fBy J. Worroh tthrrill U/i boyt bin cot t butball dob. AiU John ho* to* * Wo U«« tho [mint fun! T» oooor op hi* fa You ouphl looio pitch tho hoB. And catch It, 100. and no. Aad whoa wo hit it, how wo choorl I (MO yoa’d think ’twu fine I Wo ploy in nay back yard. to I An captain of tho aiao. Thoro’o CharCo, ho’t tho Mo*o pot a hrothor Ray, Who plajra at collopo on tho (And NMlowho pby) Otto day ho aaid, “Hollo! "to Jort Bho a Mood of adaa I wondor if ho (now that I So hti’o tho catcher of our toaoa. An.l Wflßo play* flr»t baao (Ho hao a truly batobaU pbro. And taka* than “on tho Uno”), Aad Dick ploy* blho Hold with noTho captain of tho bao. You 000, thoro'o roaDy only fioo. Althouph porhapo aano day Wo may olocl aono other boyo Aad thaw thorn how to play. Bui now on paly juot play “ocruh’* b that bock yard of adaa. Youth’s Companion.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906
f ■ * *■ Brydon Bros., Make a Specialty of Handmade SADDLES And Other Sundries ■ln Connection With Up-To-Date Stables -••i 239 Sooth Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Phones: East 1772 Home 39314 ~ D. F. Murphy ~z Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter Gas Light Supplies, Mantels, Chimneys, Burners Jobbing Promptly Attended To We Do Tin and Sheet Metal Work, 5719 Pasadena Avenue Los Angeles, Cal /-2 Only SOc for 1-2 &lt; Lessons in Music % Prof. Henry H. Hall. 0. E. Will for the next three months give lessons im Music, Sight Reading, Sol fa System, Piano and Organ, Etc. —,— Prof. Hall has had 40 years’ experience, and will not only teach your boy or girl to play the piano, but teach them ronsic 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 Are HIGHLAND PARK Highland Park Building Company * NO CHARGE FOR PLANS OR ESTIMATE'S Phone East 786 5938 Pasadena Aw. Los A...