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Beech Cottage For Trader. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

Beech Cottage For Trader. Will trade a five room cottage and. two lots at Manhattan Beschfor Highland Park or Garvaaza vacant property. & H. BTAGG, MOO Monte Vleta St.

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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Laundry Agency. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

Laundry Agency. Troy Laundry agency at thft, Arroyo, 5711 Paaadena avenue, ’telephones East 1899, Home 89312, Laundry collected Monday and Wedt nesday. Delivered Thursday and Saturday. t

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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All Magazines and Papers* [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

All Magazines and Papers* Ask for club list at reduced r(tes. Prompt {attention to mail order#. jENOSP. BAKER. 1951 Pasadena avenue, Los Angeles, Tel Home

Publication Title: Highland Park Herald
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A Bargain Lot. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

A Bargain Lot. We have for sale a lot hi the divider & Hamilton addition, corner more and Ash streets at a real bargain price, 8550. Highland Park Realty Co.', 5928 Monte Vista St. &*'■%£'

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Shannon’s Bakery. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

Shannon’s Bakery. The Shannon Bakery at 3805 Paekdena avenue, is open with a full libe, of high class goods. We carry every* thing in that line, including, lady fingers, maccaroons, angel cake, etc., Remember the place. Shannon’s Bakery, 5805 Pasadena avenue, Los Angeles. ~

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J. H. Wolf, Shoemaker. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

J. H. Wolf, Shoemaker. 5907 Paasdena avenue. First clast) work guaranteed. Our Hue finishing is the delight of all our patrons.

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Jarett Bros., Carriage Shop* [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

Jarett Bros., Carriage Shop* , . , GOeOJ Pasadena avenue. Blacksmith ing and general repair work. Horseshoeing u specialty.

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The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

The Churches. . , . 'ft i Presbyterian Church—Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. mT; Christian Endeavor. Senior Society at 6:20 p. m. Intermediate at 4:00 p. m. Mid-week Prayer Service Wednesday evening at 7:45. F. P. Berr«, Pastor. All Saints’ Chapel, West Averjue 06 and Ash street, Highland (t l nrk, —Rev. Archibald (Iw D. I)., pastor. Sunday a’ewsgres: Morning prayer or litany, 11 a.iiijf, evening prayer, 7:30 jj.ni.; Holy Communion, first and Third Sundays at, ll a.m., second, fourth and fifth Sundays at, ,7:30 a. in., on Holy Days in the week at 10, a.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Holy baptism during morning prayer on, the second Sunday, or at-A)ther times by special Brotherhood of St. Andrew, first and third Wednesdays, 7:30 p.nH, The Woman’s Auxiliary, last-Wed-* nesday in month at 2 p.m. The VVomjin’e Guildj Second and .fourth** Thursdays, 2 p.m. The Altar So*"’ ciety, second Wednesday, 7 ;30 p.iii. M. E. Church, East Avenjigs6y Regular servi...

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i – ■ , 1 The Postqffice. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

i - ■ , 1 The Postqffice. Avenue 57, near Pasadena avenue." Open 8 to 6; Sundays, 10 to 11 a. m. Mails arrive and depart" :30nud 9 a.m. and 13:80. 2, 3:30, 3:15 and 4 p.m. R. Stewart, Postmaster.

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Eetin Tewe land ia Awfiit Holocaust. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

Eetin Tewe land ia Awfiit Holocaust. Guereville, Cal., March 13.—The entire business section of Guereville was destroyed this morning by a fire that originated in the Grand Central Hotel shortly after midnight. Before the flames could be controlled by a bucket brigade, the south side of Main street was swept by fire, destroying the Grand Central Hotel and other buildings. Every effort is being made to save the buildings in* the track of the fire, but a strong northwest wind is blowing and the town is doomed. The lose will reach six figure*), partly covered by insurance. This is the third fire that has swept the town during the past -ten years, necessitating the rebuilding of the business district. No one has been injured, but many have fallen from exhaustion while passing water to the fire. Every available man is working in a vain endeavor to stay the progress of the flames. * The cost of completing the elevated hdlrosd ia Toklo will be Included in Ike next Javanese budget.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

i ' Burnt Phone K, HtM ' " ''■iLMiHi' ' UtlPamdena Are. • "i • mi ■■■■■! mam + if lea Cream, Candles, Cigars, Stationary and All Magazines, . Ice cream delivered in any quantity. Chocolate and vanilla always on hand. Any other kind or kinds on short notice. Remember we deliver free. Promptness our motto. Our Drinks Are ths Bsst. Try them. Arroyo Arroyo HIGHLAND PARK HARNESS SHOP * F- L. Crawford. Prapristor WE GAURANTEE OUR HARNESS AND SHOE WORK. GIVE US A CALL 571* Pasadena Avenue midland Park PHONES SUNSET BLTD. and GOLDEN GATE AVE. Phone North 4*7. J. l HIGHLAND PARK Office Phone East 45!» Home 3WII OFFICES SUNSET BLVD. and GOLDEN GATE AVE. HIGHLAND park 5715 Ci Pasadnna Ave. ELSEY A WOOD Real Estate Insurance, Lonns ■drd. and ff%Mand Park Proparty SPEC lALTY Don’t Shop For Drugs When you need drugs, you need the best. You take chances when you hunt for bargains in drugs. Good, pure drugs, can not be bought for less than we ask and the seller make profit enough to live. Just brin...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906

& L Mi tl. H i.SC lUIZE 'lf “»- ] N Q w> ■. w.-.. < •*■ a PJlOtffiSf - " East fIM * 3,03 GAS AMD STEAM FITTING ~ Special Attention Paid to Repairing * Home phone 89298. Sunset RattffreT Meat . Ami t’lMß*?W. H. Roth, Prop. Denier in V * ' ill r * ■ Staple and fancy Groceries, Fruits. Ciiiuly and Nut's 5723 Pasadtna avenue. ' ' • On account of opr doing a cash business we gufir'ahtee lowet than our opponents who do a credit business and lose at the <skd of the month on bad debts. • . ..... | ■ We issue a rebate ticket of 10c on every purchase of £2. ~p Since taking possession of 4lm store we have put (in . » delivery wagon and are prepared to deliver orders in Highland Pad^iji, TT %*: -v - HIGHLAND PARK Mi ULUE, MILLS S 00. - Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat v. Telephone Orders Promptly Attended T» Phones j Homtf §9034 5725 Avo. vS^ ; £l ’ ■ i; ” -ZDS Duvall & Klages * Dealers In High Grade Groceries 6801 PASADENA AVENUE _ . / j. Age...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

The Highland Park Herald ■ ■■■ ■ Local News of Highland Park, Garvanza, Hermon and Eagle Rock. NO. 41. K .VOL I, HIGHLAND PARK, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY, MAR. 24,1906. $1.50 per year; 15c per mo. by carrier."

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

Watch Pasadena avenue, the greatr* est suburban highway, sayeth Pack - ard, and be knows. John Willis Baer is coming to Occidental College. Highland Park’s cup of joy is certainly brimful. Montebank Walter Scott, erstwhile' “Scotty of Death Valley” seems to be snaking fast time oh the finis of bis -l career. v .a v . —- All the good things are coming our way. Watch the great Arcbaeloglcal useum and Art gallery grow on the heights above Sycamore Grove. It will rival the Alhambra x>f olden t times. ——- 1 —3 i ■' Pasadena avenue connects the great- • est tourist resorts in America, Pasaf dena and Los Angeles. It should be paved the entire length. Highland Payk ought to set the example from Avenue 50 to 61. Palm Terrace, with its grauitized cobble stone terraces and retaining 'walls, and rows of palms, will outshine all Los Angeles efforts at beautifying residence tracts. The location is ideal for work of this kind. The which has been gorging , itself at the public ertprof Lo...

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ALL SAINTS CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

ALL SAINTS CHURCH A junior branch of the Woman's Missionary Auxiliary has been formed with a membership of about fifteen young- girls, Mrs. Wm. McLernon being president and directress;' Agnes Mosher, vice-president; Alma Evans, treasurer; Olive Hogan, secretary.’ On Friday afternoon Deaconess Emma Ore be, who has charge of all junior in the Diocese, met with them and a very interesting and helpful address.

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LIFE IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

LIFE IN JAPAN. Will be Aie subject of an Illustrated lecture to be given by Mr. Edward ScoveU in All Saint’s Chapel, under the auspices at the Women’s Guild, on Monday evening, 26th at 8 o’clock. The demurer, lived in Japan for many years, and the 'lectors will be illustrated by many Japanese curios * which ate la his possession. Tickets 25 cents, two for 36 cents- } Fortunate is he Who can extract t amusement from his'labor.

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METHODISTS “AT HOME.” [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

METHODISTS “AT HOME.” | The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist church gave a delightful “At Home” Thursday night iu their church oo Avenue 50, there being more than one hundred members of the congregation present. The function was intended as a celebration of the birthday of those who attended, and each One deposited a bag with the treasurer, containing the number of pennies representing his age. Four thousand and fifty eight pennies were | received, showing the average age of those present to be forty. The church was decorated in a most artistic manner, the decoration com- mittee, Mrs." O. D. Bennett, Mrs. Douell, Mrs. Rev. Jackson and Kaufman Carver, receiving unstinted praise for their efforts. Every number on the programme received a vigorous recall. This feature opened with a piano duet by Mrs. Dinsmore and Mrs. Fuller. Miss Dorothy Lower, Mrs. Godsmark and . -Mr. -Will Knlghteu we.ry th»»--sekiUtg» Miss Lower is one of the sweetest singers in Los A'ngeles and Mrs. Godsmark a...

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DINNER PARTY FOR WINNIPEG PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

DINNER PARTY FOR WINNIPEG PEOPLE , i ■ ; • T . Last Sunday a dinner party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Whitford in honor of Mr. and Mrs. McAdam of Winnipeg, Canada. Covers were laid for nine, those present iicing : Mr. and Mrs. McAdam, Mr. and Mrs. W. E Davey, Mr. Thomas from England, Mr, a*id Mrs. J. T. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Whitford. V „ The McAdams, who are prominent people in Winnipeg, have been spending the winter iu Highland Park, and are so delighted with our climate and people, and epsecially with Highland Park, that It -is expected we shall see thorn back to stay permanently next winter. They left for their northern home Monday. Mrs. Whitford formerly lived in Winnipeg, and Wits Miss Grant.

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OF INTEREST TO PEOPLE OF THE PACIFIC COAST. War Department Desiree That Trees ■« Planted on Reservations About San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 24 March 1906

OF INTEREST TO PEOPLE OF THE PACIFIC COAST. War Department Desiree That Trees ■« Planted on Reservations About San Francisco. Washlngton.-yrhe War Department has requested the Forest Service to make an examination of the military reservations around San Francisco bay with a view to their improvement by forest planting. The work will soon be undertaken and it is expected then that detailed plans will be made for planting on certain portions of the reservations. The aim will be to establish useful forest plantations which will at, the same time improve the appearance of the islands and military grounds which are now without tree growth. Special action will also be given to planting windbreaks and shelter belts for the protection of parade grounds and buildings. It is proposed to' amend Representative McKlnlay’s bill relating to the diversion,, of the water, of the Sacramento River by providing for acquisition of this irrigation project by the Government whenever desired as part of the...

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