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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
JBoibAlmi* Par an &lt;l away stretched tha waving ******* and the lew bllla. On and on wandered the little boy. He did not know where he wet, and yet be -did not weep. He wa« a very brave little lad and a mere child withal, 10 that, although he had loat his hearings, was not alarmed. I'or did be not have bis nice new rubber ball with him? And would It not be fine to bounce It about over the hard, smooth ground? Selecting a spot bare of grass be threw the ball down, with all' his might. But It lay lifeless Just where It had alighted. Again the puzzled lad threw It down, but the resilient gutta percba spheroid lay dead and inert exactly as It bad fallen. I Then, as the fearful truth broke upon the lad, he broke forth into walls of despair. He was on the boundless prairie.—Judge. A Guaranteed Cure For Piles Itching, Blind, Bleeding. Protruding Piles. UrugglaU are authorized to refund money If PAZ6 ointment fulls to cure In 0 toleduy" weenie. Sorrow ox It. Husband (during the sp...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Spring Humors Impure or effete matters accumulated in the blood during the winter cause in the spring such disfiguring and painful troubles as boils, pimples, and other eruptions, ' also weakness, loss of appetite and that tired feeling. The best medicine to take to rid yourself of them is Hood s Sarsaparilla, which thoroughly cleanses the blood, i an 4 effects permanent cures by giving healthy functional activity to the stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels and skin. This is the testimony of tens of thousands who have taken this great spring medicine. I Accept 0,0 substitute for Hood’s Sarsaparilla, but insist on having Hood’s and get it today. „ Sold by druggists everywhere. I Usual form, liquid, or in new form, tablets, 100 Doses One Dollar. Get What You Ask For! of - THERE Is a Reason—toiy the Good People America buy Cascarets as Fast as the Clock Ticks. Every second some one, somewhere. la Buying a Utile Ten-Cent Box of CasI, 2, 3, 4, S, 6 60 times to the Minute, 60 Minutes to the Ho...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
TfIAT DO , _ NOT HEAL Whenever a sore or ulcer does not heal, no matter on what part of the body it may be, it is because of a poisoned condition of the blood This poison may be the remains of some constitutional trouble; the effect of a long spell of sickness, which has left this vital stream polluted and weak or because the natural refuse matter of the body, which should pass off through the channels of nature, has been left in the system and absorbed into the circulation. It does not matter how the poison became intrenched in the blood, tile fact that the sore is there and does not heal is evidence of a deep, underlying cause. There is nothing that causes more discomfort, wony and an*ety than a festering, discharging old sore that resists treatThe very sight of it is abhorrent and suggests pollution and disease: besides the time and attention required to keep it clean and free from other Infection. As it lingers, slowly eating deeper into the surrounding flesh the sufferer grows ...
HIGHLAND >ARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
HIGHLAND &gt;ARK HAPPENINGS Don't desecrate Highland Park's great observatory bill by calling it Pope hill, or anything but Mt. Angelas, Look to the north onMonte Vista, behold at the end of the street, Mt. Angelas. The future is ful of things doing for this sightly place, but" today it’s to be only bill boards, great shining ads for different things. The ads will not ring at sunset. The Angelas bells will do that later. Three new members were initiated by the Woodmen Tuesday evening. Next meeting Tuesday evening at Wood’s HaU. A permit was issued Tuesday for the new eight room two story house of Oeo. L. Logan, at Avenue 60 and jjayes Avenue. The building will cost #2.500, and the Highland Park Building Co. has the contract. Be careful about buying food stuff from various peddling wagons. It is said that some of these persons buy condemned meat which will not stand inspection and cannot be sold in city markets. Better buy your food from our regular merchants who have facilit...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
...... Home phone 89298. Suneet Gait 747. ACME a ROGERY M. H. Roth, Pr;op. Dealer in 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 42f. Since taking possession of the store we have put on a delivery wagon and are prepared to deliver orders in Highland Park. Lock &amp; vyjn l ‘C Schulze P L U VI B UL2E MS* N PHONES East 1126 Home 39123 5729 Pasadeaa Avenue GAS AND STEAM FITTING Smmolml AnwUkm P&gt;W la Rmpmtrlng New Store Lm T, Young, 5803 Pasadena Ave. Gents’ and Ladies' Furnishing Goods NOTIONS Shoes for Mon, Women and Children Mon’s Fait Hats from 75e to 52.5Q, on solo next week. HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET ULUE, MILLS &lt; 00. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat ■ &lt; Tfleflm Orders Preoptly Attnded T&lt; ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Bank of Highland Park LOANS AND INVESTMENTS G. W. E. GRIFFITH, President JNO. B. MERRILL, Cashier Capital Stock $lOO,OOO One-third Paid Up Bmmk Block 5700 Pmmmdmna Avm. Highland Park Hardware Store RITOH6Y a OROTTHOUOO WE DELIVER ALL GOODS both PHomca 6703 Pmmmdmna Arm. &gt;' Ho mm 30330 Camt 1401 PMOREB Emat 2101 Hama 39311 STANDARD REAL ESTATE CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, RENTALS AND LOANS 6718 Paaadmna Arm. Laa Angmlaa, Oat. Phene Cast V/ 72 JOBBING Promptly Attended Te D. F. MURPHY Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter GAS LIGHT SUPPLIES. MANTELS. CHIMNEYS, BUHNERS. ETC. ETC 6719 Pa Lea Angeles, Cal. Jo J. Padrick A Son, PLEASANT MODERN OOTTAOES. 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. We guarantee good work at right prices. Try us and see. Office phenes, E 2191, Home 39311. Residence phone E. 791.' HIU CM Decorating Pottny Going Cast on the Santa Fa You ca...
“LET THE BRUTE ALONE.” [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
“LET THE BRUTE ALONE.” \ The Highland Park Ebell Club has Asuffered much unjust and unpleasant Notoriety this week, owing to evident /misinformation as to whai occurred at Tuesday’s meeting having been conveyed to the editors of the Los Angeles Express and Herald. Instead of discussing the subject of “managing husbands,” and a decision to accomplish it by "leaving the brute alone,” as alleged by these papers, the trend of the speakers may be summed up entirely in these words: “Instead of thinking what our husbands should do to make us happy, let us see what we can do to make our husbands happy.’* This we are Informed was the spirit of all the speakers on the delicate subject of home life. The misconstruction of the remarks which were made probably arose from the belief which was expressed, to the effect that "the best way to manage our husbands, is to manage ourselves. When the husband is tired and irritable, be sure that wo do not nag him.” We are sure that the Express and Herald, ...
HIGHLAND PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
HIGHLAND PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY. To the Residents of Highland Park: v The directors of the Highland Park Improvement Association are anxious that all the residents of this district should take advantage of the splendid Library facilities offered them. A branch of the City Library has been established in the Stimson Library, belonging to Occidental College, with a regular attendant who is at the Library every week day between the hours of ,5 and 9 o'clock p. m. , • * It lias been stated by the Library officials that the Library has not been suffi- ■ ciently patronized’by the Highland Park people to justify their maintaining a branch; and the Directors of the Association believe that many of the residents must be in ignorance of the advantages offered, otherwise the Library would be patronized by a much larger number than it is at the present, and they therefore take this means to bring the situation before the people, and especially urge that each family shall procure a card and take bo...
ANNEXATION TO LOS AN&ELES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
ANNEXATION TO LOS AN&amp;ELES. Annexation is in the air. Last Tuesday evening at a meeting of the Eagle Rock Improvement Association, the proposition to nnite with the Highland Park in a petition to he annexed to the city, met with enthusiastic support. Now comes word that quite a territory to the southwest would he glad to join ranks, marching on to the tune of . “The Greater Los Angeles." | While the boundaries of the new territory to he annexed have not been definitely fixed, it is safe to say it will unstably take in the settlement of Hermon. extending along the western line, a: South Pasadena, thence across the Campbell Johnson lands, changing north to the Eagle Rock lands, then west and south to some point on the San Bernardino Base, where it will tie to the Hollywood Tract, Following the line' of the Hollywood Tract south till it touches the city line, thence following , the lines, angles and curves of the city to the po'int of beginning. The proposed project is meeti...
CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN _ EASTER SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN _ EASTER SERVICES. Tile "Sunday School ‘of "flic ~CnTfthers land Presbyterian Mission will hold their Easter exercises, in the Mission, i Sunday evening at 7:45. One Vof the. prettiest programs the school has ever psed will lie given for the parents and friends of the school, and a hearty welcome is extended to all. Mr. Brusl has charge of the music, and all who have heard him will know it will be an enjoyable occasion. afternoon, April t6, between the hours of 3:4s and S o'clock the children of the Sunday school will: gather for the Annual Egg Hunt at the] residence of Mr. and.Alts. Means, cor-f ner of Avenue 56 and Sherman avenueJ The parents of the children are in# vited to partake of the fun and frolic alt I this gathering, and an especial invital tion is extended to, the Editor of the Highland Park Herald. 1
IMPOREMENTS FOR NEW YORK VALLEY ' ■ Enthusiastic People of Favored Section Have Unfurled the Banner of Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
IMPOREMENTS FOR NEW YORK VALLEY ' ■ Enthusiastic People of Favored Section Have Unfurled the Banner of Progress. About seventy-live enthusiastic clti : zeus of the New York district assembled Monday evening at the junction of Aldama and New York streets to consider general improvements of the section. ) The meeting was called to order by P. T. Scott whp slated the purpose of the meeting and some of the urgent needs of a much neglected district. Although well within the city lines there is but one electric street lamp and that on the very borders. A river runs down Philadelphia and Toledo streets during a slight storm rendering | those thoroughfares impassable, —the same stream diminished but fed by a | perpetual spring in the Annandale hills cuts across the 10U foot avenue j of New York even during the summer rendering both navigation and locomotion difficult. There is not one j inch of concrete pavement In the .tract, which is older than any other portion of the city where street i...
EASTER .AT .THE .CHRISTIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
EASTER .AT .THE .CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Special Easter services will be held at the Christian church, comer Monte Vista and Avenue 58, both Sunday morning and evening. Rev. De Jarnette will fill the pulpit at both services, and the special Easter music which has been prepared will make this church a particularly desirable place to worship on next Sunday. A chorus choir will sing a number of Easter anthems. The music will lie conducted by W. M. Meyers, Mrs. M. V. Stickney will sing a solo at the morning service.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR EASTER SUNDAY AT THE m. e. Church. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR EASTER SUNDAY AT THE m. e. Church. The services of Sunday, April i slh will have a special feature hearing on Eastertide. The choir will render appropriate music for the occasion. Morning—Anthem. “ This is the Day,” by Schnecker. “Oh, the Golden Glowing Morning," by Le Jeunc. Evening—.Cantata, “The Risen King." by Schnecker. The pastor's subject for the morning service, “The Reasonableness of the Resurrection.” In the evening the Rev. F. Marion Wright, of the Minneapolis Conference, will preach. You will receive a very cordial welcome to- all the services.
IMPORTANT NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
IMPORTANT NOTICE. A meeting will be held on Mondav evening at 7:30 p. in., at No. 508 New York street, next to Mr. Wenrlch's house, between Milwaukee and Ash streets. The object of this meeting will be to elect officers and adopt a constitution for the *New York Valley Improvement Association. Everyone should at" tend for it is to the interest of everybody to improve the valley.
CHIROPRACTIC [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
CHIROPRACTIC This word which has puzzled so many Is pronounced thus: Kl-ro-prak-tlk. NAt so difficult as It seems, to those wh.o are not familiar with this new science. This word Is taken from two Greek words, meaning done and hand, and Is defined as being the science of adjusting to their proper positions any of the sub-luxations of the Articulations of the spinal column, for the purpose of freeing Impinged nerves, which cause deranged functions. Chiropractic Is based upon two principles, (1) Sub-luxations of bones cause pressure on nerves. (2) Pressure on nerves cause dis-ease. What is a Sub-luxation? Where two articulations remain In partial contact. Scientific Chiropractic Adjustments actually remove the pressure, (or pinch) which is the cause of 95 per cent of the diseases that afflict the huJian race; the cause removed, the dlsase disappears. This Is not a theory hut a demonstrated fact In thousands 4&gt;f cases In all parts of the country (land usually cases that have...
GARVANZA GLEANINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
GARVANZA GLEANINGS 'Mrs. Rutan of 619 N. Avenue 05 has been visiting in Redlands and Upland during the week. L. A. Peters and family have moved into their new residence on S. Avenue 66. “The Conquest of the Ages,” will be the pastor’s subject at the Methodist church Easter Sunday morning. In the evening there will be Sunday school Easter exercises. The monthly meeting of the Garvanza auxiliary of the W. F. M. S. was held on Friday at the home of Jfrs. C. W. Munger, No. Avenue 66. The devotional exercises were led by Mrs. F. W. Hart of Upland; and Mrs. S. F. Johnson of Pasadena addressed the meeting on her recent visit to New York City to attend the exeou tive meeting of the Board of Missions, of which she is an officer. Dainty refreshments aud a social hour closed a profitable and enjoyable meeting. , .
Highland Park Library. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Highland Park Library. The Highland Park library at Avenue 50 aud Pasadena avenue is one of our attractions to which we all point with pride. This is conducted as a branch of the Los Angeles public library, in conjunction with Occidental College. Under the rules adopted by the public library officials, branch libraries can be kept open daily only upon condition that a certain number of books are read each month. Highland Park’s library falls short of this required patronage, aud those who have the interests of the. community at heart should help the library transact additional business