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Never Touched Him, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Never Touched Him, The old man' paused at the parlor door on his Tray upstairs. “Don’t forget, young man,” he said, “thit the lights la thia house are all ont at 10 o’clock.” “Thanks,” rejoined the young man, who was helping the fair maid to bold the sofa down, “but—or—Wouldn’t you make an exception tonight and gut 'em ont an hpur earlterl”—Chlcam* Haws.-..,- «i,fi SBs'as
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
ledtttMft The best is Hood’s' Sarsaparilla. It is the beat because it does the most good. While it makes the blood pure, fresh and lively, it tones the stomach to bet. ter digestion, creates an appetite, stimulates the kidneys and liver, gives new brain, nerve and digestive strength. An unlimited list of wonderful cures 40,366 testimonials in the past two years—proves its merit In buying medicine always get the best,— Mrs. s. l. Csrleton, Ayer, Hass., says; get Hood’s. Sold everywhere. * For *j&gt;erfect spring: medicine to give strength and thoroughly purify the blood. Hood’s Sarsaparilla is held in high esteem by oar whole fsmlly. I have used it from childhood and find it liiauid or tablets. 100 Doses 91. as good for my children as for myself.” Never expose the eyes needlessly to doat or flying particles o%a|iy kind. A Guaranteed Cure For Piles Itching, Blind. Bleeding. Protruding Plies. Druggists are auihoflzeCto refund money if PAZCTOINTMENT fulls to cure In tt toUdays. ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
CAN NOT BE RUBBED AWAY When the joint* are sore and swollen, and the muscles throbbing with tht pain of Rheumatism, relief must be had at once, and it is natural to rub the affected parts with liniments, oils, etc. This treatment does good in a way. by temporarily relieving the pain and reducing the inflammation, but has M effect on the disease itself, because Rheumatism is more than shin deep: II is in the blood and cannot be rubbed away. Rheumatism is brought on I* indigestion, weak kidneys, poor bowel action, stomach troubles and a gederal.sluggish condition of the system. The refuse and waste matters, whi.jh should be carried off through the natWhile at work for the T. 0. * P. B. It. In the swampy region, 1 contract &gt;d Rheumatism and was completely help* four months and spent was cured sound and well. "My health * - “weigh TO —«•« •• •• «ney uTiQR near bm who is now taking 8. 8. 8. for acute Is now pounds and I splendid, Th low HuouuiavilUl, &lt; ur IWU 1 _ no...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPEKD9GS —rrl: < * 4 ' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPEKD9GS —rrl: &lt; * 4 ' The Star Real Estate Co. reports the sale of a lot oh Newiand street to Price Bros., the cement contractors. Mr. Rice, of 134 Bast Avenue 56. returned Monday from a tour of two months duration in the East, his trip being in the interest of the largest chocolate factory on the Pacific Coast Shenvin - Williams paints, Japalac, anything in paint line. Ritchey ft Grotthouse. Home 39330; East 1481. ______ - -M. Mrs. Sarah C. Clemons has purchased the house at 136 East Avenue 06, and with her two daughters will occupy it after April 10th. The Herald wants communications, from Highland Park people on any subject of local interest. Suggestions tor street improvement or beautification of yards and lawns are in order especially, but we urge you .40 write up any subject which needs airing. This is your paper. It is up to' you to make it what you want in the newspaper line. H. H. Robinson, of Denver, an old friehd of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Randall, ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
■ome phone 39W8. ACM E dm - -!■ ' r ' ■, ■&lt; W. H. Roth, Prop. Dealer in T SBbfft 9ml 747. /•v Staple and fancy Groceries, Vegetables Fruits, Candy and Nuts 5723 Pasadena avenue. On account of our doing a cash business we guarantee lower prices than our opponents who do a credit business and lose at the end of the month on. bad debts. We issue a rebate ticket of 10c on every purchase of $2. Since taking possession of the store we have put on a delivery wagon and are prepared to deliver orders in Highland Park. Lock &amp; ■Sir Schulze V L U M B N PHONES East 1126 ttone 39122 5729 Pasadeoa Avenae GAS AMD STEAM FITTING SgaalalANamttaa RmU tm Ha.alelng HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET ULUEp MILLS A CO . f ■- - ; ■■ : - "■ r r -• • ‘ •r■ . ' . Fresh, Salt anil Smoked Meat Telephone Order! Promptly Attended To Phonos j|fcm, 8 39034 6725 Peeadene Ave. Duvall &amp; Klages Dealers In High Grade Groceries 8801 PASADENA AVENUE Agentm for Jevne'm Bemad Phone Sunset 811 Phone ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 31 March 1906
Bank of Highland Park LOANS AMD INVESTMENTS - %. W. E. GRIFFITH, President JNO. B. MERRILL, Cashier Capital Stock $lOO,OOO '' '* Bank Block One-third Paid Up 3700 Pmamdonm Arm. Highland Park Hardware Store wnwir * orotthouse •f - BOTH PHONES Homo 30330 Emmtldßl WE DELIVER ALL GOODS 3703 Pmmmdmnm Arm. STANDARD REAL ESTATE CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, RENTALS AND L0AN5...... 3710 Pmmmdmnm Arm. Lorn Anyolam, Phona East 1772 JOBBING Promptly Attended Ta D. F. MURPHY \ Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter . OAS LIGHT SUPPLIES. MANTELS, . CHIMNEYS, BURNERS. ETC, ETC. 5719 Pasadana-Aya. ties, Cal. Jm dm Pad rick &amp; Son, BUILDERS OF ■ v . ■ 'V.. PLEASANT MODERN COTTAGES. Office and shop with F. M. Crawford, 5719 Pasadena avenue. Plans furnished where desired. Job work, repairs, tool sharpening and saw filing promptly attended to. Vt f e guarantee good work at right prices. Try us and see. Office phones, E 2191fBpme 39311. Residence phone E. 791. Man Ctrl Decorating Pottery £ Going Eas...
Arroyo Park and Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Arroyo Park and Drive. A proposition was presented on Monday afternoon to the Civic Improvement Committee of the Pattedena Board of Trade to construct a drive from Los Angeles through the Arroyo Seco to the foot of Switzer Canyon. The idea is to have the drive enter the urroyo at South Pasadena-., and from there mu north through the proposed Arroyo Park. The idea is as yet in an embryo state, but it is said to meet with the approval of many , of the principal property holders of the section. C. J. Cook, A famous landscape architect of New York city declared that the Arroyo Seco has the basis of what might be made one of the most ■ beautiful natural parks in the world. ' Mr. Cook visited the arroyo and viewed it from several points. Later he gave it as his opinion that there . are few other spots in the country that would lend themselves so readily to the purposes of a landscape architect. The proposition to extend the Arroyo Park from Sycamore Grove through to connection with Pasade...
Improvements For New York Valley. * [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Improvements For New York Valley. * Something is in the air for New York Valley. Residents of that section whoure interested in projected extensive improvements will meet in front of the store at the junction of New York and Aldama street at 7:30 ■p. m. Monday, April . 9th. , The general subject of improvements will be-discussed, an organization will be formed, and the matters most vitally affecting the community, like water connections and street lights, will receive attention. Full attendance is urged.
Easter and the Days Before It. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Easter and the Days Before It. From the earliest years of Christianity. the week before Easter has been observed with special devotions and services in commemoration of the events which marked the closing days of the Savior’s life. Tomorrow is coinniohly known as Palm Sunday, as on the first day of the week Jesus of Nazareth entered Jerusalem riding upon an ass. the multitude preceding and following him, waving palm branches and strewing them on the ground before him, and shouting "Hosanna to the Son of David!” The events of each successive day are commemorated as the week goes on; and on “Good Friday" the fickle people clamor for his death. “Crucify Him! Crucify Him!” and He dies upon the cross, which since then has been The Tree of Life. On Easter Sunday the world rejoices in His resurrection, and pis followers gain the power of victory over death. In All Saints’ Church, corner of West ' Avenue 56 and Ash street, there will be Palm Sunday services at 7 :3c a. m. and 11 a. m. and 7...
—--r r THE IDEAL SUBURB / HIGHLAND PARK With Mountains Before Us, Hills of Green <Dd Live Oaks Around Us, Enough Said. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
—--r r THE IDEAL SUBURB / HIGHLAND PARK With Mountains Before Us, Hills of Green &lt;Dd Live Oaks Around Us, Enough Said. Beautiful Highland Park, culled by many, and with good reason. “The Ideal Suburb” of the city, is very prettily and advantageously located in a lovely pajje-like elevated valley, aboufmWwgy between the heart of Loa Angeles and Pasadena. . &gt;' It constitutes n part of the First Ward of the City of Los Aflfeeles," and therefore, while lying well out, and high above the city’.s fog and smoke and dust, is still within the flve-ceut car-fare limit, and enjoys rapid and regular service on its several firstclass electi ic lines into every part of the city, and one of which is a main line from the Pasadena, and traverses the avenue of that name. Pasadena avenue “is the principal thoroughfare between the cities of Los Angeles and Pasadena, and this lively and beautiful suburb, Highland Park, is spreading rapidly and widely each way from it, and gives eve...
Lecture-On Japan. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Lecture-On Japan. A delightfully entertaining and instructive lecture was given at All Saints’ Mission. Monday evening by Mr. SeovelL The church was artistically decorated in Japanese fashion by Mr. Scovell, who was attired as a Japanese gentleman of high degree, As his services were donated for the benefit of the Mission, the very hearty applause given at the close was occasioned, not only by the pleasure conferred, but by sincere appreciation of his kindness as well.
Automobile For $450. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Automobile For $450. For sale at 6023 Pasadena avenue a St. Louis automobile, (cost ZST2OO) in first class condition. Reason for selling lock of time to use it. Call at alxive number and have Bert H. Stambough, the automobile and bicycle expert, show it to you. This is your opportunity to get a $l2OO auto for $41)0.