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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 July 1906

, - -r Near Highland Park, in the Beautiful These 1 >ts are all level and close to the new car line. The price is $4OO at 6 per cent, interest. They surely will f increase in value verv fast. They are selling fast and now is the time to invest. ■ ' ... k r..- . 1 t • . '■' Get in on 4he Ground Floor Don’t Wait and Buy the Second Time and Pay Twice for a Lot Dirt Will Soon Fly on the new Car Line Asc FARE IS ASSURED TO THE CITY Don’t Delay to See Me About This Property i ■- 5715 Pasadena Avenue N. B. I have a new official map showing the route of the New York Yalley Car Line, at my office. Come in and see it. PHO.StES: East 459 Home 39111 i-

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HERALD Local News of Highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Hill Park, Hermon, Mt. Washington, Eagle Rock and New York Valley VOL. 2 NO. 7. HIGHLAND PARK, LOS ANGELES, CAL.* SATURDAYjJffLY 28,1906 Published Weekly: 11.60 per year; ISepsr mmVk

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Hot weather Is reported from New iYork,.ln fact, the. Thaw is .unusually sevdre, it Is salt). Primaries elect presidents. Begin your reform at the primary. Don’t lock the garage after the automobile Is stolen, ~~ — Mayor McAleer Is evidently trying to emulate the example of the New York millionaire who said things about the public and Its future state. The little printed slips which will be passed around at the primaries, naming delegates to the conventions, may be loaded. Look out for them! Beware of primary pitfalls. This Is where the machine and the saloon and the corporation cormorants put. the. finest coating cn their little pills. It Is too bad the outfall sewer could not have been completed In time to carry off the odorous reputations of some of the city and county officers. The “regular ticket” and the “straight ticket" and the “antl-any-thlng-tlcket” will all be at the primaries. Throw out all labels, and find out about the MEN on these tickets. The country Is governed at t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Highland Park people were saddened Saturday afternoon to learn that Rev. B. O. Mclntler, former pastor of the Methodist Church, had passed away at noon that day. The news, while not unexpected, brought keen sorrow In many a home wjiere this noble man had in times past been a ministering angel. For over a year he had beet. In falling health, and about a year ago h? became more seriously ill. The widow, two sons—Harry Mclntler and William Mclntler—and a daughter, Mrs. Wiley, survive him. When a young man, Rev. Mclntler served In the Civil War, and since Its close has been a Methodist minister. He was some time In Texas and a short while In Arizona. Many years digb he came to Callfoi uTo, and has served many of the pulpits in Southern California. His last charge was at Highland Para. At the last Conference, held in the fall, he accepted a supernumerary relation, as his continued service and Ffivanced age—54 years—left him In need of rest. He was not superannuated, however, and intended...

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AT THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

AT THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE. Last week, the next day after hta horse was stolen, Mr. A. W. Jackman went to the city -to place the matter In the sheriff’s hands. Mr. Jackman Informs us that he stated his case there, and that It was received with all the equanimity imaginable. Mr. Jackman is not a millionaire, and needs the horse In his business, and judging from appearances that he would receive no help from that source, he offered $6O for the return of the rig. The sleepy attaches of Ihe office assumed a slightly piore animated condition and proceeded to take rotes, remarking that now they might do something, as there was some Incentive for a little action. This Is not the first Instance we have heard of where that office has been prostituted for graft.—Gardena Reporter.

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BALLOON ROUTE IS LIBERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

BALLOON ROUTE IS LIBERAL. C. M. Pierce, manager of the Balloon Route excursions, conducted free excursions for the orphan children of the Boys’ and Girls’ Aid Society Home, South Pasadena, last week. This la the first of a series of outings to be given tssr nttld owes. There will be roller coaster rides, games, skating and a picnic. Mr. Pierce Is one of the most liberal and successful entertainers on this coast, and his resort at Playa del Rey is becoming famous. ■"•

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ENJOYABLE BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

ENJOYABLE BIRTHDAY PARTY. An even dozen of Mildred Fuller’s little friends gathered at her home, at the comer of Pasadena avenue and Avenue 58, on Tuesday afternoon to celebrate her ninth birthday, and a royal good time the little folks had.j A feast of frolic had been carefully prepared by Mildred’s mamma, the most delightful feature of which was a large surprise pie placed in the center of the banquet table. Toward the close of the repast, each little guest drew her piece of pie from the center by a dainty piece of ribbon reaching to each plate. Lo, and behold, when each portion was drawn forth it proved to be a prize, among which were fans, cups and saucers, necklaces, beads, dells, pail and shovel, etc. The little guests were almost overcome with joy. Those present were: Florence Scheffel, Mary Reynolds, Marlon Beecher, Hazel and Florence Manker, Jeannette and Edward Lewis, Eleanor Klages, Florence Engelkey, Lucille Ravenscraft and Helen Stafford.

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HAMMEL FOR SHERIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

HAMMEL FOR SHERIFF. W. A. Hammel, who Is a candidate for sheriff and seeks the nomination at the coming Republican County C<mventlon, needs no recommendation At our hands, but there, are some amng us, who have but recently become* voters and are not acquainted with Mr. Hammel. To these people we wish to say that Mr. Hammel has served one term as sheriff of this county and there can be no just criticism of the man or his acts during his official service. Mr. Hammel, since his term- as sheriff of the county, was appointed Chief of Police of Los Angeles,- but on ding of the political machine he resigned the position of chief, he being the only man who ever did such an act In the history of Los Angeles. Mr. Hammel believes In “a Square deal for every man” and he can be depended .upon to .discharge his duty in every respect should he be nofnlnated and elected. The editor of this paper has personal knowledge of Mr. Hammers qualifications as an executive officer, having worked u...

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HOME REALTY CO.’S NEW HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

HOME REALTY CO.’S NEW HOME. J. D. Cox of the Home Realty Company has moved his headquarters from 5950 Pasadena avenue to 6001 Monte Vista street, which Is quite a jump, but a wise move, we believe. That portion of Monte Vista, Just at the entrance to Highland Park and Occidental College, will furnish business for a real estate man of Mr. Cox’s energy and enterprise. The Home Realty Company is now cozlly housed In one of Its famous portable bungalows, with an Inviting porch, which will be a great convenience for passengers awaiting the car. A large sign, “Highland Park,” on the office, will Inform strangers on the University cars of their arrival within the portals (of Highland Park. This is a very commendable Idea.

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MRS. MARY A. CRANDALL DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

MRS. MARY A. CRANDALL DEAD. Mrs. Mary A. Crandall, wife of L. A. Crandall, passed away Wednesday afternoon at the family home. No. 5402 Pasadena avenue, the immediate cause of death being heart failure, resulting from long illness. Mrs. Crandall was born In Col|ins, Brie county, N. Y., May 10, 1820. She resided for more than fifty years at Madison, 0., and was widely known In that section. She came to Los Angeles about eight years ago. She leaves a widower and four children—Miss Jessie M. Crandall, Mrs. Arthur Carter of Sierra Madre, Mrs. Louie Newcomb, also of Sierra Madre, and L. A. Crandall Jr., of Los Angeles. The funeral was held at 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon, and the Interment was In Rosedale Cemetery.

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MUSIC AT THE METHODIST – _L CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

MUSIC AT THE METHODIST - _L CHURCH. We are glad to note that Miss Gladys Coryell is through with the scarlet-fever and Mr. and Mra. Coryell will resume their accustomed places in the choir on Sunday. The morning -anthem will be “Come Unto Him.” by Gounod, and 'the offertory wl\y introduce a new singer. Miss Grace Sowden, who will sing “For Thee, O Dear, Dear Qountry,” arranged from' Rubinstein. , In the evening two young girls, Misses Nellie Murdock and Genevra Ryerson, will sing “The Lord Is My Shepherd." The anthem will be “Lord We Pray Thee,” by J. Varley Roberts. On the first Sunday evening In Am gust the usual [ff’alse service will be given and some new music wtll. bd rendered. An especially pretty anthem for that service is Cutler's “Just las I Am,” with solos ,oy Mrs. Coryell and Miss Cartel you.

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CHARLES L. HEARTWELL, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

CHARLES L. HEARTWELL, of Long Beach, candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention.

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FOR STATE SENATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

FOR STATE SENATOR. Dr. Henry Sherry, of SOuth Pasadena. will be a candidate for State Senator tn this, the 3Cth Senatorial district, subject to the decision of the Republican District Convention.

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DR. J. M. DUNS MOOR, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

DR. J. M. DUNS MOOR, of Los Angeles, will a candidate For Coroner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention.

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MARK KEPPEL, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

MARK KEPPEL, County Superintendent of Schools, is a Candidal# for Renomlnatlon, subject to the decision of the Los Angeles County Republican Convention.

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Q. WALTER MONROE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Q. WALTER MONROE. Supervising Principal of Schools of Whittier, will be a candidate for County Superintendent of Schoole, subject to decision of the Republican County Convention. " * . 1 See and look at your prices. In many way* we can save you money. The Acme again.

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CHURGfffFOR MONTE VISTA STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

CHURGfffFOR MONTE VISTA STREET. Hlajffand Park is to have another cwd, purchase of the ground for a dnrch edifice having been made last fweek by J. H.-Young of Pasadena, acting for the United Presbyterians. The land secured is the List corner, opposite Avenue 54 school, being 98<£ icet on Monte Vlata street and 134 feet on Avenue 54. The United Presbyterians have quite a number of adherents In this vicinity, and .after October Ist they will have a castor here. After that date work wilL. be begun tpward Jmlldlnff, the new church. A large number of Occidental College students of the United Presbyterian faith will soon have a church home right at hand. _ ARCHIE C. WAY. Champion Tennis Player, Who Lives ■ .at 112 Roselawn Drive.

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“WAY” UP TENNIS PLAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

“WAY” UP TENNIS PLAYER. Southern California will be represented in the National Tennis Championship tournament at Newport thla year, and Its representative Is to be the veteran of the local tennis courts, Archie C. Way of Highland Park, who has decided to spend Ms vacation this year traveling In the East. Way Is one df the best-known figures In Southern California tennis, and has been a factor In almost all of the big events that have occurred in thli part of the State for many years. When the players of the South make their aanual pilgrimage to San Rafael, he is always one of the most skillful players who seek to keep the championship in the South. /

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HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Did you ever' see things move as rapidly as they are now doing in Highland Park? Monte Vista street Is almost a continuous string of new buildings of large size Just being started, from Avenue 50 to Avenue 56. E. W. Fortune & Son, 5901 Pasadena avenue, are In the real estate business. J4st your property with them. Home 39593. Mrs. W. F. Poor and daughter left ou Thursday for Sulphur Mountain Springs in Ventura county for a two weeks' 1 vacation. Mrs. Scott of Avenue 57 is attending camp meeting at Htahtington Beach. ’v ■ ■ I hereby notify real estate agents and others that lot 46 of the Montezuma tract is taken off the market, A. PHELPS. We have one six-room and one fiveroom cottage for' refit. Harris & Garth, 5421 Monte Vista street. The Highland Park W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. M. E. Griffith on Fbey street near Avenue 58, Hermonf Friday, August 3, at 2:30 o’clock pto. A large attendance -is requested.) Mrs. Dowel, Secretary. \ ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 July 1906

Yessurree, Mister, three years ago Highland Park had few bouses ’cept onthe principal streets; now It’s the home of the Perfessur, the Jedge, the Banker, the Doctor and Dentist and of lots of Lawyers like yourself. Then we raised hay; now we raise prices. Yes, few bargains left. Not many, tho’. The best I’ve heard of is that lot on Monte Vista street between Ave, 34 and Ave. 55 at $1375, la like getting money from home. Nothing In the block less than $1800; it’s a bargain with a big B. Yon can make $606 profit between now and Christmas. You always buy a thermometer in winter because then they’re down. -Buy this lot in summer; it’s down, but will soon go up." Ask any Highland Park real estate agent or see R. IX List, 5418 Monte Vista street P. S.—Regular commission to ragelar agents.

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