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AVENUE 54 TO BE GRADED. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
AVENUE 54 TO BE GRADED. Through the energetic efforts of the Star Real Estate Company Avenue 54 from the city limits to New York street is to be improved. As this portion of the street Is outside the city, the entire frontage on both sides had to be secured, and much credit Is due this firm for successful prosecution of the work. Avenue 54 work Is now In progress from Ash street to the city limits, and with completion to New York street It will be the grand highway to the New York Valley. \
CHURCH FEDERATION CAUCUt CALLED FOR MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
CHURCH FEDERATION CAUCUt CALLED FOR MONDAY NIGHT. On Monday night, Aug. Cth, the adjourned meeting of all citizens Interested in goo* government will be held In Wood’s Hall. At this meeting a report will be made by the nominating committees for delegates to the county conventions. Great interest is taken In this matter, and a large number have aspired to be members of the delegation of five from the precinct to go to the Republican county convention to be held at Venice, Aug. 21st. The action of this meeting Is of the gravest importance. The names apPtaYfid. foL.selectlon as delegates by the Republican caucus, will be decided upon. Afterward the Republican caucus to be held In Wood’s Hall on Saturday night, Aug. 11th, will be asked to elect these men as their IfSket. All Republicans Interested In clean government should be In attendance at both mCettngff, ’first to help select the men, Second to have the Republican caucus approve the selections, and to nullify an attempt which will ...
California Itsma of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
California Itsma of Interest. The pear crop of Lake County (his season is an extra good one. The crop on four acres of orange trees at Lindsay sold for |l5OO. Buyers are offering Fresno vineyardlsts 3% cents fer their raisins. Buyers of apricots are already offerIng 13% cents -for the dried fruit. One thousand Russians will colonize on a SO,OOO-acre tract .near Santa Barbara. Ranchers about Thermal are cutting their fifth crop of alfkifa.*-' Coachella shipped week before last 4300 crates of melons, grapes and tomatoes. Grasshoppers fjre doing some daQp age along the foothlll'fands of Central California. The Oxnard beet crop, which is an unusually large one, tests from 18 to 21 per. pent sugar. Winds and mildew have seriously injured the grapes of San Joaquin county. The date farm at Mecca covers 17 acres and most of the trees will fruit this year. Petaluma shipped to San Francisco during 1905 eggs to the amount of 3,857,061 dozen.— Courier. In the Pomona and (Sovlna districts the Ju...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Rev. J. A. Jackson, pastor of the Methodist church, is taking a month’s vacation with his family at the Huntington Beach camp-nieeting. The services will continue regularly at the' church with substitute pastors. Dr. Willis of Atlanta. Ga. will arrive September Ist and jvill be connected with the Los ftngelrs Y. M. C. A. He has lease“he-hottsc at 323 West Avenue 52. We have a beautiful east front lot on Avenue 52, above Granada street, only $1250. Street work paid. See the fine homes going up in this locality now. -Poor Sr WJngMessrs. E. T. Brigham and W. Wright have purchased the last two lots of the Prescott-Smith tract, facing Monte Vista street, between A venues &gt;53 and 54. It is probable that they will build houses on them at once. Hfsr CTTb-Reed and her aunt, Mrs. Doupree, have gone for a month’s sojourn at Long Beach. Professor Lunt and family and C. 1. Ritchey are at Skyland tor a vacation. * Wm. Elsey has sold two lots in Highland Park An...
NEW YORK VALLEY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
NEW YORK VALLEY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION MEETING. Next Monday night a very important meeting at the Grace chapel on New York street. All citizens of the valley are urgently requested to be pfegent. ■ Matters with reference to the car line and street improvement will be taken up.. j Mr. T. G. Anderson of the Highland Park Building Co. has a number of • elaborate plans on the boards for new I bouses. They are building a house on I Avenue 59 near Monte Avista for Mr. Powers. No charge is made for plans or estimates by this company, and a large number of very artistic homes can be shown to prospective builders, the work' of this company. Call and see them at 5938 Pasadena o venue. Two lots only left on Monte Vista street, in the Prescott-Smith tract, at original prices; only $1475.' Poor &amp; Wing. The ladies of the Christian church wilt give a dining-room shower on Tuesday evening. August 7th. A program -wsit—be—eendeied Admission will be something for the dining-room. It is re...
HOME PATRONAGE PRINCIPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
HOME PATRONAGE PRINCIPLES. Your home merchant and shopkeeper deserves your patronage , for several very good reasons. The most Important reason is because it is good business policy from a self-interest standpoint. The home merchant spends his profits right here in your midst, and consequently builds up the business community a;td helps to increase the value of all real estate. Highland Park can soon build up a business district which will compare favorably with Pasadena or towns of that size, if every resident will be careful to spend his money with legitimate business houses here. The practice of ordering from grocery, meat and other kinds of solocitors who come here from five miles awky Is poor policy. It ought to be discontinued, as our merchants stand ready to duplicate any prices or goods which can be secured elsewhere. A circumstance was called to our attention this week which illustrates sharply the foUy of such practice. One of our merchants ywas solicited to contribute lib...
TROLLEY TRIPS ON PACIFIC ELECTRIC LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
TROLLEY TRIPS ON PACIFIC ELECTRIC LINES. Our lines afford the visitor to Los Angeles and Southern California a woa-ferful variety of notable trips. Places of interest to be visited Include: San Gabriel Mission—One of the most picturesque of the old missions of the Southwest. Cawston’s Ostrich Farm—Where 150 of the giant birds live in a semi-tropic park. .. - ’Casa Verdugo—The quaint old adobe restaurant where Spanish meals are served amid charming surroundings. Rubio Canyon—The wonderful cleft in the mountains where nature reveals ail its charms. Baldwin’s Ranch—Famous the world -over for its fast horses, its great orchards and wonderful beauty. The Beaches—Long Beach, Alamttos Bay, Bay City, Seaside, Huntington and Newport-r-wlth a lovely ride for miles right along the surf line. San Pedro—Where the great government breakwater is building and the shipping of the Orient will come. Mt. Lowe—ln all the world — and we are saying this In sincerity, and with knowledge of the fact —there ...
SOLID INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
SOLID INSURANCE. The old Continental Insurance Co. of New York and the Liverpool, London and Globe, 'each lost over two million dollars in the San Francisco fire. Each company pays dollar for dollar, and then only loses one-third of its surplus and one-seventh of its capital. The Crescent Real Estate and Investment Co., 6015 Pasadena avenue, represents above named companies.
LOOK TO YOUR INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
LOOK TO YOUR INSURANCE. The San Francisco disaster has wrecked some Insurance companies, seriously crippled others, and require* many to pay only a part of their last debts or go to the wall. Are yon insured In any of these? If so yon he* better look out. The SL Pawl Fir* and Marins Insurance Ce. will par their San Francisco losses IN FULL. We can write you a policy In this company which has proved itself aoM. They dan pay all their Frisco losses and still have net assets amounting to $2,705,000 in addition to their capital of $500,000. We can write you a policy In the St. Paul. POOR A WING, 6134 Pasadena Avenue.*
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Buy in the Highland Heights Tract Before the Street Work on Ave 54 b done; work already commenced. Cheapest lots in city limits; $9OO to $l3OO, street work paid. We Make Fine Hill Property a Specialty S. C. Wing W. F. Poor Notary PubSc POOR &amp; WING 5134 Pasadena Ave Phones East 531 Home 39010 *nr ’ . • v *hv I . s-Wli r. Moving aqd Expressing All orders delivered promptly CHAS. E. COLE Dealer in Wood, Coal, Hay,Qrain and Poultry Supplies Best place for cash trade Phones East 446 Home 3917S 6103 Pasadena Ave, •„ Tailoring Cleaning Pressing Dyeing C.C. Reed, 5719 Pasadena At PHONES: East 2191 Home MBU Orders called for and delivered. | Dry clean a specialty. MRS.IDA CUMMINGS Dry Goods Gents’ Furnishings NO. 5715 PASADENA AVENUE
Topics Times [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Topics Times .. Manx a man wbo knows bis place Ms bis exe on a better one. The piano manufacturers report « record-breaking business—a fact worthy of recllaL I Kins Leopold ploys tbe perpendicular pronoun In a way that must make other monarch* green with envy. Senator Whyte, being only 82, will hare to excuse Senator Pettus, as tbe latter regards him as a mere boy. The London specialist wbo Is advocating the “silence cure" for nervous women has earned tbe thanks of a pood many nerroUs men. A man who had been married four tines walked In Ids sleep lihd fell out of a window. That's one falling out be didn’t have with his wife. The Czar shows an inclination to bend to the popular will, but be Is apparently not going to run any risk of bending an Inch more than he positively must. A. Norfolk, Vn., man rescued his mother-in-law from a burning bouse a taw -days ago. It Is to be hoped that tbe Carnegie hero medals have not nil been given out V 7 John D. Itockefeller la a director In only o...
PastolUce ns Debt Collector, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
PastolUce ns Debt Collector, A debt-collecting agency which Is run as a part of the regular public postal system is the newest “Improvement" of the iKwtofflces of Austria. Despite the uove..y of the enterprise, the plan has worked admirably, so that many thousands are collected annually by the I*ostuian throughout the Austrian empire. The system is very simple. Suppose a tradesman In Vienna has an account due from a customer In, say, such a distant town as Budapest, which he wishes to collect Distance docs not matter In jthe east He HlBrely sends, the hill to the postofflcc In tflic capital, | whence It Is transmitted to the postoffice at Budapest There the, postman presents It to the debtor, collects the cash, and remits it to the Vienna postoffice, whence It Is delivered to the tradesman by, postman. In the event of paytnent being refused, which, of course, sometimes happens, the creditor Is promptly apprised of the fact, and valuable time Is thus frequently saved.
Poison in War. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Poison in War. Tbe use of poison 111 war was ouce considered not only permissible, hut commendable, and was defended by no less on authority than Wolff. There are rciwrted Instances of wells, springs, ponds and streams being poisoned as a military measure. Even in our time Instances are numerous of the Intentional defilement of drinking water supplies by throwing the bodies of animals Into the 'stream or pond.