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HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS One of the very convenient home Institutions which the Herald urges Its readers to patronize Is Ravenscraft’s furniture store, at 5709 Pasadena avenue. Mr. Ravenscraft has enlarged bis stock until now he has a very complete line. If you need something for the porch, be It a chair or, a hamsure to see him. It is so much of a habit for people to go to to order things of this kind, when* it a little sense of obligation to your home dealer was exercised, we could assist our merchants to build up fine establishments and to carry large stocks of goods. Some fine lots within two-blocks of the college, $lOOO. Do you know of anything better? The Star Real Estate Co. East Avenue 50 is torn up, receiw Ing the sewer connection. Col. Melvin MUdge, of Bast Ave. 52, a Highland Park pioneer, left on the Salt Lake route. Thursday, for a two months’ visit among relatives in Michigan and other eastern states. Mrs. J. W. Douthit and family are at Long Beach for a two weeks’ sta...
METHODIST MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
METHODIST MUSIC. Sunday morning Miss Cortelyou and Mr. Wright will sing "Jesus, Lover of My Soul,’’ from the old hymn, and.the Cortelyou quartet will sing “He Shall Feed His Flock; Like a Shepherd” arranged by E. O. Excel). - - Epworth League services will be held at 7:30 at the Methodist church. The special music will consist of a solo by Miss Cortelyou and a duet by Misses Grace and Nellie Souden.
HARNESS AND SADDLE EMPORIUM—BRYDON BROS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
HARNESS AND SADDLE EMPORIUM—BRYDON BROS. The Herald man had an opportunity this week to look through the immense saddle and harness factory of Brydon Bros, at 239 So. Main street. Few people realize what an amount of business Is done by this firm. Observance of scores of workmen turning out the various , parts of the saddle and harness product of Brydon Bros., and the several show rooms each devoted exclusively to the exhibit of a different class of goods, will soon convince you.
THE LATEST ABOUT AVENUE 54. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
THE LATEST ABOUT AVENUE 54. Contractor F. H. Potts will this week complete his contract work on San Rafael tract, on Avenue 64. near Church of the Angels. He will then begin the Avenue 64 improvement from Aldjimh to New York street, which has now been signed up by all property holders and grade agreed upon. The profile Is now In the hands of County Engineer Noble, and will be reported on favorably at next Monday’s meeting of the board of supervisors, when action will be taken. Supervisor Patterson, acting for this district, has assured the promoters of the enterprise that oil for surfacing will be forthcoming Just as soon as the gravel Is ready to absorb It.. So three cheers and then some for Avenqe 5,4. Watch her grow.
NEW YORK VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
NEW YORK VALLEY. The matter of the widening of New York street to 100 feet from Its intersection with Avenue 64 for 600 feet east to conform to the width of the rest of said street, was taken up by the New York Valley Improvement Association at Us regular meeting last Monday evenlhg. The Improvement of this portion of New York street to Ash street should come next. See to It. We believe the point well taken by Mr. Bennett In his remarks last Monday evening In saying the improvement association should do something else besides appoint committees and issue circulars for the next meeting.
SOME REAL ESTATE WANTS. TO EXCHANGE- [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
SOME REAL ESTATE WANTS. TO EXCHANGE- 30 acres rfcE Toam, level, suited to deciduous fruit, alfalfa and general ranch cropsartesian water; situated 1% miles from center of thriving Santa Anagood neighborhood; will make-a fine home; $7OOO, would take Los Angeles house and lot, worth $3OOO or $4OOO, Highland Park preferred; easy terms on balance. TO EXCHANGE—A 10-ROOM HOUSE with reception room and bath, in fine location, near Westlake Park; handsomely built; sunlit rooms; fruit trees and lawn; an ideal home; would take a house of $2OOO to $3OOO valuation, Ingood neighborhood, and balance on time; unusual opportunity. Owners, only. -T. H. Kirk, 5909 Piedmont Ave., or 201 Grant Bldg. a
ARROYO HEIGHTS TRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
ARROYO HEIGHTS TRACT. An exceedingly unique residence tract which is now on the market is the island in the Arroyo, at the end of Avenue 68. It is called the Arroyo Heights, and R. R. Davis is handling the property with promising success. Mr. Davis has the pleasantest office in Highland Park, it being under the shade of a large eucalyptus tree at Avenue 58 and Pasadena avenue. The hill covered with live oaks, etc., is laid out so that an easy drive will lead, over the summit, called Summit View avenue. A well known Highland Park gentleman has already purchased four choice lots in - the tract. The view from Summit View avenue cannot be excelled in Southern California. The remarkably low prices and easy terms will soon dispose of this property. Mr. Davis, since locating in the Arroyo; a little over one year ago, has sold seventy-five lots in that location, showing what few of us suspected that arroyo property 4s also very much In demand. Some day the Herald’s prediction that a cable s...
STAFFORD’S BODY LAID TO REST. Many Pay Tribute -to Late Ctly'Erf gineer. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
STAFFORD’S BODY LAID TO REST. Many Pay Tribute -to Late Ctly'Erf gineer. \ Just as the Herald went to press last week Harry F. Stafford .w ho P was accidentally overcome by gas In his bathfnStifj w a i h ® d . his laat - despite the' save U hlm t ° rtS ° f the be3t Physlcalns to tbe beautiful little cemetery at WS b ° dy ' Vas lald to rest , Thp crowds that assembled at either end of the Journey and the many expresslons of sorrow uttered for the loss or the dead man, gave evidence of the sincere appreciation of the sterling qualities of the city’s late chief en gineer. The body was first taken to Breese Bros, chapel on South Figueroa street. Tb© subdued light of the chapel disclosed dozens of magnificent floral pieces and thousands of roses, violets and carnations made the air heavy with their sweet perfumes. The choicest blooms of the florist were gathered to do honor to the dead engineer. A great sheaf of white roses and a pillar of white carnations wound with a rope-of pink roses...
Bid Farewell Forever. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
Bid Farewell Forever. Mqyor McAleer, the police commission, the board of public works, the fire commission, No. 467, I. O. F., Fremont No. 466 W. O. W.; Ramona parlor. Native Sons, and countless private Individuals paid floral tributes to the memory of their dead friend and comrade. ■ At 11 o’clock East Gate Lodge No. 290, A. F. &amp; A. M., marched down the aisle of the chapel, and Grand Master Thom began the reading of the beautiful and solemn Masonic burial'service. As he read “The sliver cord Is loosed, the golden bowl Is broken, the wheel Is broken at the cistern," tears filled the eyes of many.
At Rest In the Grave. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
At Rest In the Grave. The services at the grave were extremely short and simple. The Native Sons formed a double line from the road to the grave, between which the coffin was borne to its resting place. Amid a gloomy silence the coffin; was slowly let down Into the grave through the evergreen that fringed its edge. - When the body, had reached the bottom, Dr. Stevenson of the First Presbyterian church, dean of Occidental College, took charge of the service. He said: "I will read for our lesson those words that have been a source of unfailing comfort for many years,” and then followed the beautiful 23rd Psalm. As the closing words. “And I will dwell In the house of the Lord forever,” sounded through the assemblage a choir consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Fife and Mr. Olney, sang "Lead. Kindly Light.” A brief prayer followed and the ser- , vice was ended. I
NOTED DIVINE AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
NOTED DIVINE AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. S. E. Wlshard, b. D., will preach at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning and evening services. Dr. Wlshard has been for a good many years synodical missionary In Utah,, and has been foremost in the fight against the Mormon iniquity. For twenty-five years he has been a leading writer for the Herald and Presbyter. During the great Moody revival in Chicago, Dr. Wlshard conducted overflow meetings. His wife is a daughter of Rev. A. A. Fulton, who has been a noted missionary in China for many years.
LOOK TO YOUR INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
LOOK TO YOUR INSURANCE. The San Francisco disaster has wrecked some Insurance companies, seriously crippled others, and i |Mi nd many to pay only, a part of their JmA debts or go to the wall.. Are yon Insured in any of these? If ao yon had better look out. The St. Paul Firs and Marins Insurance Co. win p»y their San Francisco losses IN FULL. We can write you a policy in this eofas-l-any which has proved itself aoHtf, They can 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 yon a policy In the St. Paul. POOR A WING, 5134 Pasadena Avenue.
SOLID INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
SOLID INSURANCE. The old Continental Insurance Cm of New York and the Liverpool, London and Globe, each lost over two million dollars in the San Franelaeo fire. Each company pays dollar tor 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.
ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 11 August 1906
ANNOUNCEMENT. The life work of Charles I*. x-«f—» has been a continual preparation for the office of County Recorder, which he seeks. He is a thoroughly practical, welt trained man. The public, at hto hands, will receive courteous, considerate treatment. He Is a good neighbor, n good friend and a competent oßdsL