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Railroad* Will Not Coaaproßiiio. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Railroad* Will Not Coaaproßiiio. A report has,been circulated by the L6s A uncles mining press which states that the two trauacontineutal lines, the Santa Fe and Salt Lake, would Compromise, and that instead of two roads, one only, tapping the lines of both companies, c, aid he "built from Leastulk into Searchlight. The officials of the Searchlight &amp; Northeru positively deny that any compromise has been effected. They state that offers have been received from the Santa Fe to quit, but that none of them have been accepted by the Searchlight i Northern. Engineers are now only about five miles from town.—The Searchlight, Nevada.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
■ ■ai ‘jan Exclusively High Grade Residence Property LOCATED On the finest hill site in Highland Park, commanding a SUPERB VIEW of entire Los Angeles, Pasadena, Garvauza, Eagle Rock and Hermou. The view of the mountains from this tract is beautiful beyond description. STREET CAR SERVICE This is absolutely the only hill property in this section on the car line, being on the University-Garvan-za line and two blocks from the Pasadena line, 2E&gt; minutes ride from Pirst and Spring. Seven minute service, five cent fare. 60 sn&gt; 67 Jfl 63 S ilS&gt; 69 70 V* 73 72 $5 7* 75 77 &lt;•5O /SO 73 it* T73S 7*7* -.1 "r't 79 5 3! * 30 60 ZQ UM ■ K . . t 50 \ S7 • 56 * UU mr \ * * 53 S3 39 £22 30 $ -J2TERRACE ■ . e "V SO ~DR/VC u s6 /6 77 44 70 I JO 50 t3 SO 50 /s ~Jo~ I IMPROVEMENTS Will be of the highestjclass iuclud ing all street work, terracing the lots, planting handsome palms throughout the tract, and putting iu cobblestone |l retaining walls, this feature b...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Miss Flora Ravenscraft very delightfully entertained a few of her friends at an April Fool’s party, Friday evening, at her home at 6818 Pasadena avenue, .. ■ .- ; Mineral Park gad Hermon property was transferred this week by Ralph Rogers Jo'Wm. Robertson, the amount involved being $64,000. It Is rumored that the Mineral Park property will soon be concerned In Important developments. ■ &gt;- • ■ ' — ■&gt; ■ G. W. Robbins, the Jeweler and watch repairer at 5938 Pasadena avenue, having purchased the building In which he is located, has a good store room 18x40 for rent. , t R. A. Baker St Co, are grading a lot on Pasadena avenue, near New York street, upon which Mr. Witherspoon will build a fine residence. Notice! ■ We have buyers for three or four houses, on easy terms. Owners write, telephone, or call on— HARRIS St GARTH, 5421 Monte Vista St. Tfel. East 596. F. A. Alvarez,, of Engine House 12, Highland Park fire department, Is occupying his new...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
To Sell Your Property * List it with Us Our facilities arc Unsurpassed Our. experience insures satisfaction to both buyer and seller. CARI Cl PAf 5600 PASADENA AVENUE VI • I nVI\ A East 520. Home 39033 .-trLARGE FULL SIZED LOTS, NOT TOY LOTS .11.; 7 Located on Eagle Rook Av r enue near the beautiful foothills between Garvanza and Eagle Rock. Nine hundred foot elevation. The lots are all good size, FIFTY Feet in Width and Good length. J t ” Many of them are two hundred feet long. The soil is decomposed granite, rich and free from adobe. :: :: :: ;; ;; :: PRICES ARE $lOO AND UP Terms are one tenth down and $5.00 per month. All streets are graded and oiled. Water on every street. :: Highland Park Building Company NO CHARGE. FOR PLANS OR ESTIMATES Phone East 786 S 593S Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. Highland Park Terrace The'itn'est pf itre'Higliliintl Parfe HrH ~ Tralcts. “Inside the city limits between Ave. 50 &amp; 52-. Large lots 50x150 $7OO to $950, including all street wo...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Bargains Improved and unimproved property In and near Highland Park. We have a large list to choose from; any one desiring ta locate in this section of the city should not fail to see us. A fine H-acre lot 100x200 with city water for $1000; will take part cash. This will make a good chicken ranch. An excellent east front lot on Avenue 01 50x200 for $lOOO cash. A fine lot on high, hill, grand view, 40x150, street work done, $1000; only 2425 cash, balance $lO per month. A choice east front lot In Qarvanza, high elevation, fine water and street work done, $600; only $126 cash, balance $5 per month. HIGHLAND PARK REALTY CO. !. i , 5928 Mont* Vista Street. Phones; East 983; Home 39207.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Phone Borne 30318 Baneet W \m T *m ARROYO ... OAnmma... . • ;,' * }}j lee Cream,Jpandles, Cigars, Stationery and All Magazines Ice cream delivered in *ny quantity. Chocolate,; «V and Vanilla always on hand. Any other kins or kinds on short notice. Remember we deliver free. Promptness our motto. Opr Drinks Ars the Beit. Try them. * Arroyo Arroyo HIGHLAND PARK HARNESS SHOP « • • F- L. Crawford. Proprietor WE OAURANTEE OUR HARNESS Arfb SH O E WORK. GIVE US A OAT.T. 5719 Puadcna Avenue Hl|hlmd Park PHONES SUNSET BtiVR and GOLDEN GATE AVE. Phone North 48T. HIGHLAND PARK Office Phone East 450 Home 39111 «s h r ' OFFICES - SUNSET BLVD. and GOLDEN GATE AVE. HIGHLAND PARK 5715V4 Pasadena Avc. ELSEY &amp; WOOD Real Estate Insurance, Loans Bhrd. and Highland Park Prapmrty SPECIALTY Impure Drugs Make high doctor’s bills Clive your doctor the very best aid by getting your prescriptions filled where you know they wil be filled with pure drugs and by competent men. Even the best doctors ca...
HER*(/ [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
HER*(/ •To ten tile troth,” said the young matron to her dear old friend, “William Is a little—well, I don't want yon to misunderstand me and I’m quite ■ore that you wont. 1 would never dream of saying as much as that to anybody else In the world.” "That William Is a little ” said the elder woman, with a smile. "A little Oh, It’s so hard to say and say It Just exactly right! I wouldn’t have you suppose for anything that we aren’t Just as happy as we possibly can be. I don't believe any two persons since the world began were so happy, quite. Xou must understand that to begin with.” “Of course, I do understand It, my dear,” said the old friend. “You were just born for each other and life since yon met has been a different thing entirely. You understand William’s nature perfectly, as no other woman ever did or could.” “Mo other woman ever bad a chance to,” declared toe yotmg wife, with some appearance of indignation. “I believe you are laughing at me and I am Dot going to say another w...
parlmcntary absurdities. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
parlmcntary absurdities. The British Parliament can abolish any Institution of the country—the throne, the church, the courts of Justice —and can even extinguish Itself. “It can do anything,” 'said Lord Palmerston, when prime minister, “but turn a man Into a woman, or a woman Into a man.” But adds a writer In the Grand Magazine, it Is often finable to “make sense” of the statutes In which It embodies Its authority. One of the ludicrous enactments to be found In acts of Parliament Is the statute for the rebuilding! of Chelmsford Jail. The bill as originally drafted provided that prisoners should be confined In the old Jail until the new one was bunt; but In committee a danse was added to the effect that the new prison should be constructed out of the materials of the old, and the bill became law before anybody detected thig glaring absurdity. Then there Is the “fifty-second of George 11, chapter 146,” which enacts that the penalty Imposed under It shall be given, half to the king and...
BIRDS FROM ARCTIC REGION. Mmnr of These Little Winter Vleltore Are Verjr Tame. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
BIRDS FROM ARCTIC REGION. Mmnr of These Little Winter Vleltore Are Verjr Tame. It Is surprising that there are birds which come to ns only to spend the winter, leaving us again at the beginning of spring for northern lands and snow-banked hillsides, where the long day and pale twilight nights of tbo arctic reign, says St Nicholas. Birds that raise their broods In the far treeless nortbland. where heather, grasses and stunted alders grow on a shallow, soaking soli underlaid by a great depth of eternal Ice, at the approach of winter gather Into great roving flocks to surge southward to the gentler climate of our bllzzardly "temperature” winters! Tet all young country folks have seen these restless, wandering flocks of winter lovers and occasionally even In the towns and cities there arrive unfamiliar companies of fat, fluffy birds, busily opening the cones of the flrs and spruces or devouring the buds of the maples. Many of these much-traveled little fellows are wonderfully tame and s...