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GARVANZA GLEANINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

GARVANZA GLEANINGS The chbfr df ’ the Church of, the Angels were pleasantly entertained Wednesday evening, August Ist, at the rectory of the church. Rev. and Mra. Runkle received the guests and aH -enjoyed a'delightful evening. Ice crpam and other refreshments were served. All present regretted, the absence of Mrs. Campbeil-Johnston, who is in' England this summer, to whose-devo-tion and skill so much of the excellence of this widely known choir la to be attributed. Mrs. Howard, who is the organist at the morning service at the church, entertained the guests present with some delightful piano numbers, as did also .Prof. Wilde. Misses Haliie and Lorens Haskln of Elder and Avenue CE left last week for a six weeks’ camping trip In the mountains near Carpentaria. Ini two weeks their sisters, Misses Anna C. and Myrtle, will join them. Mrs. Rosenblatt of the Garvanza T3eliarrmenT‘SfbreTs'BpeffamgA-TeW' weeks at Ocean Park. Tie big brush fire north of the reservoir did considerable damage,...

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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CRITES, MYERS & KULLI'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

CRITES, MYERS & KULLI'S SALES. To Blrney H. Donnell, from Mrs. P H. Townsend, lot 22. block SB, Garvanza; to C. M. Myers from L. D. Alft, 9% acres In Eagle Rock; to H. S. Towner, the Carter residence ami large grounds on North Avenue 66. In conjunction with Mr. Collins, two lots In the E. C. Kulll tract to Mr. Sheridan, and In conjunction with Miss Dougherty, a lot In same tract to Mrs. Draughon. In conjunction with Mr. Unger, lot 15 of the Highland Park Terrace, to Mrs. Starbuck. In Annandale Heights tract they have sold to Josephine Prlgguet, lot 7; to Danl. L. Reynolds, lot C; Mrs. Ida Schilling, lot 20; Mrs. L. Burger, lot 98; Sarah J. Clement, lot ipS: Henry Dethlefs, lot 21; Lizzie' M; Hare, lot 48; Martin- Lundahl, lot 23, ! second purchase; A. Schllem, lot 46.

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CLOSE to THE COLLEGE AND CAR LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

CLOSE to THE COLLEGE AND CAR LINE. Home builders' are now having much difficulty In finding deslrab.e close-ln lots at reasonable prices. There Is nothing first-class left within two blocks of the car line for less than $l5OO to $2500. The owner will for thirty days only sell the lots described below at the prices, fiaiped. See any agent: v Avenue 50. Lots 49-63-54 Highland Park Terrace, $650, $525 cash, balance C months, 6 per cent. Lot 47, Highland Park Terrace, $750, $(9)0 cash, balance 6 months, 6 per cent. Includes about 400 feet of cobble stone. Street work done and to be paid by purchaser, on ten years’time. Avenue 51. Lots 12 14-16-24-26-27, Highland Park Terrace, $B5O each. Terms s7uo cash, balance 6 months. 6 per cent. Avenue 52. Lots 70-71-72, Hampton Terrace, $1100; $B5O- cash, balance 3 montus. Street work included in all above prices. -X Avenue 57. Lot 4, Lunnon Tract, $900; $450 cash, balance $101; a month. Street work to be assumed by purchaser on ten years' time.

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Indefinitely Postponed. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

Indefinitely Postponed. She was an economical, industrious and ambitious young wife, a writer In the New York Tribune says, and often tried to persuade her husband to gW' up smoking. One day she pointed out to him, in exact figures, how much be ■pent oh tobacco In the course' of a year. “And you would be better off," «hc ■aid, “mentally and physically, as well as financially, without your pipe." “But all great men have smoked," he urged. _ “Well,” she said, "Just promise me that yen’ll glee up smoking till you're great I'll be aulte satisfied."

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HERMON ANBNT THE NEW CAR DINE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

HERMON ANBNT THE NEW CAR DINE. Editor Herald; Not only will the coming cf the car line mean much to Hermon; In giving much needed transportation It will aid greatly in the immediate growth of the place. Many people whose business is in the city, but who cannot live here at present on account of the long walk to and from the cars, will then build here. Vacant lots, that are already sold, will be filled in with * homes. Other lots will be sold and built upon. Then again Jt will be a great factor in the building up of our school. The curriculum is excellent. The principal and members of*the staff are men and women of sterling character and eminent Christian piety, well fitted for their work. Many people living in the city realize the value of an education gained in such a school as this. Their sons and daughters will be sent here when we. have .car,, service. Other Improvements will soon follow In Its wake. At present Hermon has nn Uncouth appearance. All this will be changed. Where wo...

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The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

The Churches. Church of the Angels, Episcopal, Garvanza, Avenue C 4. Rev. Milton S. rtunkie, B. b., pastor. Services every Sunday morning at 11 o’clock and afternon at 3:30 in summer, 3 o'clock In winter. All persons are welcome to these services. Rector's residence near church. Phone Home 39233. All Saints’ Chapel, West Aveflue 56 and Ash street, Highland Park, —Rev. Archibald G. L. Trew, D. D., pastor. Sunday services: Morning prayer or litany, 11 a.ta., evening prayer, 7:30 p.m.; Holy Communion, first and third Sun dhys'dril'a.m., scc6nd>tourth and fifth Sundays at 7:30 a.'m'., on Holy Day* in the week at 10 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Holy baptism during morning prayer on the second Sunday, or at other times by special arrangement. Brotherhood of St. Andrew, first and third Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. The Woman’s Auxiliary, last Wednesday in month at 2 p.m. The Woman’s Guild,.second and fourth Thursdays, 2 p.m. The Altar Society, second Wednesday, 7:30; p.m. Presbyterian...

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MEBMON. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

MEBMON. Building has somewhat revived at Hermou and the sound of the hammer is beard In several directions. Rev. B. F. Dewey has purchased a ■ Iht on' RadffeM, avenue and is. having a comfortable cottage built. We un> derstar.d that he Will make this his home. Mr. N. W. Fletcher is making improvements to his home on Kendall avenue by having his tent house enclosed and the addition of a main building of several rooms. . « Mr. Shueman has just erected a small building on the Carlston tract and has taken up his abode therein. M. L. Wilkinson is adding one room to the rear of the house qp the property recently purchased of Thomas Qualls. Baird & Jackson are making several improvements in their new store building and have moved their entire stock of goods into' it and also the postoffice. C. O. Waters has rented the store building of J. A. Bigelow, formerly occupied by Baird & Jackson for the term cf one year, and will conduct the Hermon butcher shop In...

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J. H. WOLF, SHOEMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

J. H. WOLF, SHOEMAKER. 6903 Pasadena avenue. First-class I work guaranteed. Our fine finishing Is the delight of all our patrons.

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BACK EAST EXCURSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

BACK EAST EXCURSIONS. The Santa Fe will make the following cheap excursion rates to Eastern cities on August 7. 8 and 9; ■ Chicago and back 7.. .$72.50 St. Louis a- d back ..........$07.50 Denver and back ...$55.00 Kansas City and back ........ .$OO.OO St. Paul aud back ...’.570.00 Minneapolis and back $70.00 Omaha and back,..". $OO.OO New York and back, $108.60 Boston and back ... .7T..... .$108.60 Memphis and back .. $07.60 These excursion tickets are good on the California Limited and a stop can be made to visit the Grand Canyon on either the going or return trip. They are limited to October 31 for the return trip.*' /./ k(I lifV 4 VI -5 Aak Mr. McGee at did.' 834 South Spring street It you desire more details, and make your sleeping car reswmhMs wtrry:• r

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

MRS. L. ROCKHOLD H)3 N. Ave 64 Dry Goods, Notions We are selling MILLINERY away down-much of it below cost. ; ■’) No *»*«>> Mmfjr Garvanza Hardware Company Car. Ayr. 64 and Facades* Are. Phone Kut 2178 A complete stock of Shalt and Builders’ Hardware, Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Refrigerators, ‘ Tin and Oraaiteware. Paint and Oils, Garden Tools, Hose, .-i: , Lawn Mowers. Screen Wire, Chicken Wire Wo Connect Goo Stevos H. B. TOWNSEND 0433 Rji-ion Street F. .TTIF.r.CE Keptoo Street ■ TOWNSEND & PIERCE House Moving, Raising & Wrecking Estimates Cheerfully Given E 653 Utrvanza, Los Angeles, Cal. Lippen’s Drug Store 1 Ave and Ave 64 Oarvanza, Oat Don’t go to the city to pvrchcise Drugs, Patent Medicines, etc., when you can save time and car fare. We sell everything m the above line at ony Prices. Bring us your prescriptions, no matter how difficult they are. Our prescription department ia complete. No substitution whatever. You get what your ph...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

John D. Wilson. Gardening, General House Cleaning New Lawns Put In. Odd Jobs around tbo lionie. I'iopurty uuied for in nil-race of the owners. ißnnpet Kact 1288. Residence Hermon. 41-p4 Dr. Roy L. Spencer. Dentist. Hours —9:3 C to 12; 1 to 5. Evenings and Sundays by appointment. Phones—Home 39155. JJast 290. Corner Ave. 68 and Pasadena avenue,' Highland. Park.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

NOTICE TD CREDITORS. Estate of William F. Phillips, deceased. _ ' Notice Is hereby by the undersigned executor of last will and testament of Wm. F. Phillips, dec eared, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit the same, with the necesjsary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executor, at the law offices of D. M. Hammack, 724 L. A. Trust building, Los Angeles, that being the place of business of said estate In the county of Los Angeles. Dated the 3Uth day of July, A. D. 190 C. • .SrA. PHILLIPS, Executor D. M. HAJJMACK, Attorney for Estate. July 30-4 w NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of James W. Exline, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned administratrix of the estate ot James W. Exllne, . deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

A ' ;V* ’ -.3 * Jarett Bros., Carriage Shop. 6060 Pasadena Blacksmith Ing and general repair work. Horseshoeing a specialty; Highland Park, Garvanza and Los Angeles Express. Regular trips down town in a. m. Residence 529 New York street. Phone Home 39332, East 2160. Down town office 212 E. 3d street. Home 2293. 11. KEESE • an*. ■ . iv, X 0. Hawley, Pension attorney, notary public. 0113 Piedmont avenue, Highland Park. Home phone 392C3. . ChasXSweet, Lawyer Room 364 Pacific Electric buiKU ing, corner 6111 aml t*treels. Phones, {junket 0U54, Home 2513. 5809 Pasadena ave. M. 11. CHAMBERLIN, M. D. Hours 3 to 5 Office at llcafdenro, No. 130 Welt > vet.ue 55 F. M. WATSON-REEVES, M. D. Homoeopathist >. 125 East Ave 57 Hours: 9tolo a. ir. Evening# and Sundays by appointment. Listen! Watch! Mfhen? Where? WhyCthe Banner Real Estate Co.j 5807 Pasadena Avenue For bargains in Highland Park, Garvanza, New Yofk Valley and Hermon, come quick. Don’t wait until fall • then iee us...

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HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Joseph Weaver, the nurseryman at 5943 Echo street, has a nice variety, ol palms, plants and shrubs, which lie’ sells at exceedingly low prices. We advise our readers to call and see his stock. * , Miss Chloe Phillips, daughter of A. A, Phillips of SG3G Pasadena avenue, fell out of a hammock last week and #as quite severely bruised. Rev. N. L. Reynolds of East Avenue CO is out again after a long and severe illness. He will preach at the East Side Baptist church tomorrow morning. J. M. Reed of the Magnolia Stables has purchased lot 80 on the Palm Terrace. This is-one of the finest lots Ip that fine tract, facing Monte Vista street, opposite Mr. Reed’s present heraer- 1 The Herald man observed considerable building activity along the Pasadena short line, back of Highland Park, but that part of the country Is disfigured with a large number of immense bUI boards. Dr. Lucy Washington of Monrovia Is arranging to remove to Highland Park to make her home. Saint &...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

For Everything that js Good to Eat PROMPT DELIVERY Phones: Home 30191 East 263 PHILIP D. COLBY & Go 5701 PASADENA AVE 1 5723 PASADENA AVENUE in >• ' / are i: More Improvements. ; -V All Fruits and Vegetables ■ rn W. IL ROTH, Propriettfr see you Watch For Them -H Ask Our Prices They are Freely Given Home' 30298.".5un5©t East.747.w ioUrR .fc.n >y, ■

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Cour of Curope [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

Cour of Curope Fro* Algiers tbe tourist sails for Palermo, with Its beautiful gulf, "The Golden Shell,” encircled by lofty mountains; The city lies In n blossoming plain* was fought for, like all Sicilian cities, by Greeks, Romans, Saracens and Normans, and, although still falry-llke of environment, retains few traces of Its origin. When the last of the winter snows has melted away, the orange and Judas trees bloom marvelously, and every land breeze brings the city n springtime freight of the rarest fragrance. Nature offers man an Kjlen. here, but he. poor mortal that he Is, hungers and thirsts pltlfqlly, starving physically In this paradise df beauty,, Poverty Is general In Palermo, yet It -Sas-lts treasured sights—the university, the' public libraries, the many famous churches, clubs and palaces, and courts ->f-justice,. in'some of these edificesare mosaics which are like old tapcetries, silken In appearance, but more enduring than tapestry handiwork being made of cubes...

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pemmican AND “DEPUYER.”) [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

pemmican AND “DEPUYER.”) Equipped with nothing but their skill and endurance, a few poules, a gun or two, and provision enough to last them for the day, the early mountaineers of the West sot out to make their waythrough a vast wilderness that held all the terrors of the unknown. William T. Hamilton, a type of,these self-reliant men, spent bis whole life on the plains, and In “Sixty Years on the Plains” he tells, among other things, of the foods In use by the Cheyennes, with whom the plnlnsuieu often came In contact . 'The Cheyennes were and are to-day ,u proud and brave, people. Meat. Is tbelr principal food, although berries a# Hitrormit iiiiifiA ZBHfISSBSi in lea' UX XII f 1 TTI Uti t AIUUO CSV WHVO.V/M .u son, as well ns various roots. The kettle Is on the tripod night and day. Most tribes of plain Indians dry their meat-by cutting It Into tblu flakes and spreading It ou racks aud poles In the suu. Pemmican Is manufactured lu the following manner» The choicest cuts of meat are s...

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PLIGHT OF AN INDIAN CHIEF. Aged Snnnihal Forced to Sell Tomb* ■tones of Hfla Ancestors. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906

PLIGHT OF AN INDIAN CHIEF. Aged Snnnihal Forced to Sell Tomb* ■tones of Hfla Ancestors. Nearly blind mid helpless. Chief Sonnlhut of the Alaska Haldahs arrived la the city on the steamer Al-Kl, en" route to Los Angeles. Cal., to secure treatment. In order to obtain treatment for his eyes the Indian chief has sold the tombstones to the, graves of hla ancestors, the house In which he lived In Alaska, many curios which he has collected from the members of his tribe, and will go on exhibition himself at Redondo, the Huntington summer resort near Los Angeles. Chief Sunnlhnt and the collection of Indian curios. Including three totem poles. one of which is the’Tnrgest ever sent out of Alaska, are In charge of \y. L. Bunr,-d c,c,d Waller Weymouth. The house, totem poles and other curios weigh n total of about 200 tons and will be transferred to three different boats before reaching the destination. The largest of the three totem poles Is fifty feet In length and four feet four Inches In cir...

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