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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
Is It Your Own Hair? jDo you pin your hat to your own hair? Can’t &lt;J_O it?Havcn’tjcruuighhalr? It must be - y6u~do not know Ayer’s Hair Vigor! Here’s «n Introduction I May the acquaintance result in a heavy growth of rich, thick, glossy hair I Use this splendid hair-food, stop your falling hair, and get rid of your dandruff. The beet kind ol ./testimonial—“Sold lor over sixty years.” by J. O. Ayer 00., Lowell. Xsu. Also zxuumflMtarere of ¥ PECTORAL. To Break In New, s Foci, Always shake In Allan's Foot- Baa*, a pnrte. ft cures but. s wee tout. aching. swollen fast. 3ura« Corns. Inirrowlrac Nalls and Bonions. 4t all Dnucalsts and Rhoe stores. 2So. Don't ♦ccept any substitute Sample mailed FRIB address Allen R. Olmsted. Le Rsy. N. T. FI! S ' Hus’ Dance and all Nervous Dls •i ■ eases permanently cured by Dr Kline’s Great Nerye Restorer send for FREE &amp; trial bottle and treatise. Dr. H. |J. Kline. Ld.. 931 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Crown and bridgework, Perfect f...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
-*« ALMOST AS COMMON IN SUMMER AS IN WINTER 1 . While the damp, cold, changing weather of Winter intensifies the pains and other disagreeable symptoms- of Rheumatism, it is by no means'a winter disease exclusively, .Through, the long months of Summer its wandering pains and twitching nerves are felt by those in whose blood the uric: acid, which produces the disease, has accumulated. •Rheumatism is*a disease that involves the entire system. Its primary cause results from the failure of the eliminative organs, the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels, to carry out of the system the V, \ urea, or natural refuse matter. This coming in i contact with the different acids of the body forms j uric acid which is taken up and absorbed by the blood. This acid causes fermentation of the blood, [ making it soiir and unfit for properly nourishing i the body, and as, this vital stream goes to every : nook and.corner of the body, the poison ..is dbtrlbi uted to all parts. The nervous system weakens &l...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
How to Exercise the Bowels •j i'i a ' Your Intestine* are lined inside with millions o( little suckers, that draw the . .Nutrition out of food as it passes them. "Birt, if. the fopd passes too slowly. It decays beforeTT'gets-through. Then the little suckers draw Poison ffam-tt instead of Nutrition, This Poison makes a Gas that Injures your system niore than lbs food should have nourished It. You see. the food is Nourishment ’or Poison, just according to how long It stays in transit. They do not waste anypro, the Bowels, as Cathartics do. They do not relax the Ini greasing them Inside like Glycerins.... ■■ They simply stimulate Muscles to do their work fortably, and nutritiously. And, the Exercise these are thus forced to take. stronger for the future, just makes your arm stronger. Cascarets The usual remedy for this delayed passage (called Constipation) Is to take a big dose of Castor Oil. This merely make slippery the passage for unloading the current cargo. It does not help the Ca...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 4 August 1906
, 'Vtn 7! ' 1 M * ——- •. .. 1 p it.v f'.r ■ -* 1 a r-»,' 1. ■' r-. ft ••■ &amp;' WM , ••&gt;■ 5 . *JS»; •*- BW ■ I TERRACE SAN RAFAEL TRACT. PRICES Cl i mate. l ,«. Sold Bold Sold Sold Bold Sold $760 Sold Sold Sold Sold Garvamia Lot CT Lot 2 t* «•' /1 Lot Lot 3a Lot Lot S 19 ?o i 21 i 8 ! Lot as Lot 8 . * Lot 9 Lot 10 «« &lt;n Lot 11 **■ /« Lot 12 Sold O Lot 13 3S Lot 14 25 26 27 24 23 22 -—. a » 42 « Lot 15 41 .2 Lot 1C Lot 17 3 4 Lot 18 : ii ■4# Lot 19 t Drive. Lot 21 Lot 22 33 20 43 Lot 24 Lot 25 Lot 26 Lot 27 *o.*4 32 3 1 so At# 'SI ** taap &gt; "xa 7 • « The moat Important point to be considered in, choosing a home is the heaithfulnesa of the locality. Garvanza has earned the wide reputation of being a perfectly healthy place. There has never been a case of typhoid, diphtheria, or malignant disease within its boundaries which was traceable to unhealthy local conditions. , • Official measurements show our elevation to be 800 feet above sea level, ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
The Royal Arch Is busy—but Highland —Pa. k Is. not one of the places where It will get a delegate. Highland Park precinct now haa a registration, of 545 voters, an increase of over 150 since the last general election. Ascot T Park, the Royal Arch and the machine In politics must all be destroyed. or the Republican ticket will be doomed to Ignominious defeat. Mr. C. O. Bell, who Is a candidate for assemblyman from this district, is said to be the candidate of the Royal Arch and the machine. Delegates will do well to look Into his record. Maj. Donnell of Garvanza is a candidate for justice of the peace, and John H. Gish of Pasadena avenue would like to be tax collector. Both gentlemen are highly "spoken of. The Republican caucus delegates selected tonight at Wood’s Hall will attend the assembly district convention On Monday at 10 a. m. to nominate delegates to the state convention. Highland Park and Garvanza cast the banner majority vote against the salon evil in the recent election. ...
DEAN STEVENSON TO LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
DEAN STEVENSON TO LEAVE. Highland Park people regret exceedingly to learn that Bev. J. A. Stevenson, dean of Occidental College, has resigned that position, to accept a call to the pastorate of the First Presbyterian church of Santa Ana. He is now supplying the pulpit of that church for Bev. Shoemaker, who is unable to longer continue the work, and on Oct. Ist will take charge as regular pastor. Dean Stevenson's fine new home at 5019 Echo street Is offered for sale. The family will move to Santa Ana on Oct. Ist, unless the home here is sold .earlier than that date. A successor as Dean of Occidental has not yet been selected.
ATTRACTIVE SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
ATTRACTIVE SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. Enos'P. Baker, the Highland Park magazine subscription agent. Is now In the field presenting a very attractive offer of the .Highland Park Herald in combination with one of the leading magazines, the price being made very low for a short time. Give your subscription to Mr. Baker. Monthly rate and collection will soon be discontinued, Subscriptions to this paper will be required on the yearly plan, saving both our subscribers money, and the publisher much expense and annoyance of' making •monthly collections. 1
BIQ RECEPTION TO . PRESIDENT New President of Occidental College Will Receive a Royal Welcome. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
BIQ RECEPTION TO . PRESIDENT New President of Occidental College Will Receive a Royal Welcome. John Willis Baer, newly elected president of Occidental college, will arrive in LOB Angeles Sept. 1, and* Is to be Inaugurated early In the fall. To celebrate the latter event In fitting manner. Southern California Presbyterians are planning one of the most elaborate affairs that has ever been given by the denomination In Pile cHv 1 ■ . . Invitations to all the leading college educators and presidents In the United States have been issued, and many have signified tlreir acceptance. Robt,-«r Spear and Dr. Chas. L. Thompson o,f New York will take part In the Inauguration exercises. The program 'proper will bo carried out at the college and Is to be followed with a banquet at one of the big downtown hotels. While the details of the Inauguration exercises are not yet complete. Rev. Hugh K. Walker, Immanuel church,- la authority for the statement that it will be one of the largest as well as on...
HAMPTON’S iJbME ON THE HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
HAMPTON’S iJbME ON THE HILLS. Thos, J. Hampton,, owner of the Hampton Terrace, announces that work will begin within a week on his $7OOO home to be built on the_northeact corner of Avenue 52 and Aldama street, to cover three lots. The site Is probably the finest hill location, left fn Highland Park. The home planned by Mr. Hampton will be a great ornament to the elevated spot chcsen.
THE CABBAGE PATCH OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
THE CABBAGE PATCH OUTING. A Jolly party consisting of the Highland Park Cabbage Patch Society will leave on Monday for an outing at Forest Home, near Redlands. The following persons are members of the party: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight and children, Mrs. Fred Knight and son, Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Packard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Hastings. There will be lively times. Republican precinct caucus tonight (Saturday) at Wood’s Hall. If you favor reform and the destruction of the saloon and the machine In politics, your presence tonight Is needed. The ticket selected by the reform forces Is as follows;- Chas. B. Carver, W, F. Poor, R. D. List, G. W. E. Griffith, C. H. Randall.
REFORM DELEGATION SEjjECfgDT TO COUNTY CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
REFORM DELEGATION SEjjECfgDT TO COUNTY CONVENTION. Last Monday, night Wood’s Hall was the scene a political gathering of much moment- The movement originated as a Church Federation affair, designed to suggest names for delegates to the conventions of both parties which church people and others who favor reform could suport. As Highland Park Is a very strong center of religious influences, the action of the Church Federation was soon conceded to be of enough Importance to be practically final. Certain old line politicians began to see the chirography on the wall and are hollering. Widespread notice was given of every meeting which has been held, but the idea that an organized body of church people should suggest names of candidates to a Bepublican caucus, instead of waiting for a gentle hunch from Fathead Parker, Is preposterous! The action taken at the meeting on Monday night sets a new precedent in political affairs. A large and representative body of voters selected a list of pers...
TWO MORE PALATIAL HOMES ON THE HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
TWO MORE PALATIAL HOMES ON THE HILLS. The Herald’s numerous predictions that Highland Park's hill property will prove to be the most popular residence part of the town are rapidly coming Into bearing. Two more are added this week to the already respectable list Of homes on the heights. Rev. Dr. Horton, assistant paster of Immanuel Presbyterian Church, has the material on the ground and has commenced the erection of a |G6OO home in West Highland Park, near the city limits and West Avenue 60. This home will overlook with entrancing view that great panorama toward Mt. Lowe and Old Baldy. with the wealth of foliage of San Gabriel Valley In the foreground. Dr. Horton has selected the masterpiece of the world's art treasures to be his. Millions could not replace It If destroyed, but It cost him nothing fJttPthe price of a lot In Highland Park. ' The other home Is to be built gn a tri-angular lot at the corner of Montezuma and Aldama streets, at almost the extreme summit of Crltes, Myers a...
HEARING FORTOSADENA BOULEVARD PROJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
HEARING FORTOSADENA BOULEVARD PROJECT. Promoters of the proposed Los An-geles-Pasadcna boulevard will have a hearing before the board of supervisors August 27. The project Is to abandon Mission road and build a paved thoroughfare from the city limits beyond Eastlake Park to Oneonta, paralleling the Pacific Electric tracks. The sum of $15,000 toward the promotion of this scheme has been raised by private subscription. Tfie County has been asked to contribute $lO,OOO.