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SYCAMORE GROVE NURSERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
SYCAMORE GROVE NURSERIES. One of the most interesting places to visit In Highland Park is the Sycamore Grove Nursery, adjoining the wonderful natural park of Sycamore Grove, at 4584 Pasadena avenue. The enterprising proprietors, Messrs. Saint &amp; -Warner, are fixing up the new grounds in an elaborate manner, and you may here feast your eyes upon a magnificent array of ornamental trees, plants and shrubs. The Sycamore Grove nurseries have a number of extensive contracts on hand, including the landscape gardening and lawn planting of several large private residences, but the most important work in hand just now Is a contract which they have secured, to plant more than one thousand five hundred palms, umbrella trees and varieties of eucalyptus in Modjeska Park, near Watts.
RUSSELL ROBERTS, U. 8. N. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
RUSSELL ROBERTS, U. 8. N. A merry* party was given Thursdayevening by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Roberts, at their beautiful home, 6327 Monte Vista street. In honor of their son, Russell, who is at home for a few days visit.* Russell la now a fullfledged member of the United States navy, and will report to the commander of the Pacific squadron as soon as his short vocation is over. A large number of young people paid their respects to him on the above occasion, and were delightfully entertained by the charming hostess. Mrs. Roberts.
QANAHL'S PRIVATE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
QANAHL'S PRIVATE PARK. A private park la to be constructed In the beautiful home grounds of F. J. Oanabl on Avenue 67', work already having commenced. An elaborate system of cdhble-stone retaining walls will adorn the .grounds, and‘with the magnificent afoay of ornamental trees and plants already full grown on Hr. donah I‘s place, Highland Park may soon boast of another private park equal to any which Los Angeles contains. Our $36 bicycle Is the regular $45 grade. Look them over and compare them with any $46 bicycle on the Los Angeles market and then decide. This bicycle la net, $36. The Occidental, CO 23 Pasadena avenue.
MOUNT WASHINGTON, THE BEAUTIFUL » ■“ 4 He Youngest and Fairest Daughter of Los Angeles Adjoins Highland Park [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
MOUNT WASHINGTON, THE BEAUTIFUL » ■“ 4 He Youngest and Fairest Daughter of Los Angeles Adjoins Highland Park On last Saturday evening some of the progressive and public spirited citizens of Highland Park held a meeting for, the purpose of forming a permanent organization to urge Improvements which wll] be to the advantage of our suburb. As the promoters of this new organization number among them some of the most energetic business men of our city. It Is safe to predict that their efforts will result in great good to Highland Park. The alms of the new society are set forth in the minutes of the first meeting, which are given below: Minutes of the first meeting of the . Mt. Washington Improvement Society: On the evening of April 14th, the first meeting of the Mt. Washington Improvement- Society wavs heW at the residence of Mr. C. J. Chambers, on West Avenue 49. An.election of officers resulted As follows: Chairman pro tem, Mr. C. W. Hill: secretary pro tern, Mr. R. P. Shea. After an i...
HIGHLAND PARK .AND GARVANZA BOULEVARD. Banker Griffith Makes Timely Suggestions for Desirable Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
HIGHLAND PARK .AND GARVANZA BOULEVARD. Banker Griffith Makes Timely Suggestions for Desirable Improvements. Highland Park, April 17, 190 C. Mr. Editor: —I move that steps be taken to pave Pasadena avenue with ashpalt from Avenue 60 to Avenue 64, or what would be better, clear on through Garvanza to the city limits. Who will second the motion? Who will vote ave? What will It cost? What will It profit? Let us think It over. This avenue Is one of the finest In the city. It can be made the very finest. Would not such Improvement double the value of the property on the avenue, and largely Improve values in all the surrounding localities? Good work has been done, let It be continued. Increased values, and Increasing growth and Improvements have followed and will continue to follow. Improvements of our streets Is the order of the day. Hermon on the south Is waking up, and will soon begin grading and putting her streets i'.i good order. The people to the northwest on New York street and vic...
EGO HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
EGO HUNTING. , The members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Sunday School enjoyed a great frolic hunting Easter eggs at the residence of Mr. J. W. Means last Monday afternoon. Only three members of tbe school were absent. Quite a number of the parents were present, ' making about forty’who participated jn the fun. ''About three o'clock the children began to gather and were ushered at once Into the large living room, Where with drawn blinds and closed doors they awaited the coming of their companions and the signal for the hunt to begin. It was quite half past four when the last little guest arrived, but the intervening time had been occupied with Indoor games. About four-thirty, from outside and from every direction came the loud strong Cut-cut-ca-da-eut-ca-da-eut and the doors were thrown open; then such a rush and merry scramble to find and bring in the First Easter Egg. In lees than halt a minute tbe two acres enclosed, was covered by the eager, bright-faced laughing hunters, makin...
GARVANZA [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
GARVANZA Mr. and Mrs. Holderman and Mr*. Wall from .Monrovia, have come to occupy No. 210 N. Avenue CC, Mr. Babcock of X. Avenue CC is visiting several towns In the northern portion of the state. H. O. Roberts, who spent the winter here with his invalid wife, and who went back to Minneapolis a few weeks since, returned again this week because of the serious condition of Mrs. Roberts. The family reside on Pollard street. The Rev. S. J. Lindsey of the United Evangelical church, and recently from Omaha, will preach in the Methodist church, N. Avenue 66, Sunday evening. The pastor’s subject In the morning Will be "The Resurrection of the Human Body." Fred Wyatt, of 6450 Pasadena ave., who had been laid aside by sickness for some time, Is much Improved. Rev. Wm. C. Wilson, of 435 North Avenue 66, arrived 0/T Naples during the eruption of Vesuvius. J. 1. Wiley and family have removed from Garvanza 10 their new home in Alhambra. A confirmation service was held in the Church of the Angels. ...
GARVANZA HARDWARE ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
GARVANZA HARDWARE ESTABLISHMENT. The businese section of Qsrvanu received aa important boost this week in the opening of an np-to-date hardware store in the San Rafael blocfc, corner of Avenue 64 and Pasadena avenue. Mr. W. L. Van Wig and lar. Robert Ruedy, two progressive young men, are at the head of the new enterprise, and a look through their stock and store convinces us that something will be doing In the hardware line. Garvanza is to be congratulated.
ANNANOALE SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
ANNANOALE SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. A delightful entertainment- wgs given last Friday afternoon at the Annandale school. Miss-Hattie Steele is the principal of this school, and Mias Hudson is In charge of the grammar grade. These ladies arranged aa unusual treat for the members of the school, which was given by the expert phonographic artist, Hr. Bragg. Tie children Brat sang their songs and performed their part of the program, which the receiver of the phonograph caught. Afterward the little folks were very much delighted to hear repeated in splendid manner from the machine, their own voices and music of a few moments before.
MARRIED AT THE CHURCH OF THE ANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
MARRIED AT THE CHURCH OF THE ANGELS. What earthly Joy could surpass the Joining together for the Journey of life of two loving hearts In the Church of the Angela, located in that romantic vale among OarvaaM'S ? wooded hills? Here where tho artist becomes speechless with the prospeot before him, stands the vine covered church, which was on Monday afternoon the scene of the beautiful wedding of two of the popular members of its choir, Mr. Oliver Rosa and Mias Claudia by a, p h ro r. F wlff*ths e and hymn by tho choir, tie Impressive ceremony was performed hr Bishop Johnson. The best man was Htf Fred Boss, and i|e»maid of honor was the bride’s Miss Harsh., The bridesmaids were tfis* Mitchell and Miss Lillian Harnlschtoger. The church was hand somefo decorated by^the skillful flagera of Mrs. Harnlschfogar. Hr. Boas if in business in Hollywood. •NAPS I SNAPS! SNAFSI Lot 1*5x140 on new car line for WOO. Think of it! and only o» e-half cash! Good 1-room Bangglow, lot Stagm on ear line now ...
Mi** Wey and Mbs Green Teacher* of Piano and The Illustrated Study of Music. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Mi** Wey and Mbs Green Teacher* of Piano and The Illustrated Study of Music. All adults who have investigated this method are not only interested but fascinated by the wonderful system of (presenting the fundamental principles of hand training, ear training and mind training in a way to interest all children. Children who study it to learn to play and sing easily and understanding^; whereas by either methods many children are urged and worried with practicing, only to give it up at the very first opportunity. When one observes the eager enthusiasm, thoroughness and extent of the knowledge of the principles of music displayed by the children, one cannot but believe it to be the only true method of teaching the great art and science of music, and we are fortunate to have iii Highland Park the opportunity of such musical training by this new and popular method of teaching. The sights they .see, the melodies they hear in music's fairyland, appeal most strongly to all children, and they ...
CHIROPRACTIC, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
CHIROPRACTIC, This word which has puzzled sor many is pronounced thus: Ki-ro-prak-ilk. Not so difficult as it seems, to those who 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 ccionCo'df 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 nponhtwo principles, (1) Sub-luxations, of bones causo pressure on nerves. (2) Pressure on nerves cause dis-ease. What is a Sub-luxation? Where two articulallons remain in partial contact. Scientific Chiropractic Adjustments actually remove the pressure, (or pinch) which is the cause of 95 percent of the diseases that dlHjct the human race; the cause removed, the disease disappears. This is not a theory but a demonstrated fact in thousands of cases in all parts of the country and usually cases that have been given up...
BUDS WHO CAUSED BOH HOW [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
BUDS WHO CAUSED BOH HOW ■ The marriage of Miss Autdemberger to. Deacon Frank Cotton' pf the Christian Catholic Church resulted In the formal expulsion from Zion of Overseer John J. Spelcher by Alex. Dowle, the “apostle.” Spelcher had permit ted the marriage In the face of Dowle's decided objection to the match, the bride being the sister of Cotton’s first wife, deceased. The marriage took place about a year after the first Mrs. Cotton’s death and It Is stated that Dowle wanted the deacon to wait two years. Speicher assumed authority during Dowle’s, absence In Jamaica to waive all objections. Cotton and his bride have been suspended from ihembershlp In the church. MBS. DOBIS COTTON.
According to tbe Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
According to tbe Letter. There are'some literal-minded persons who are tv&lt;ver satisfied wltl the spirit of the law,- but who consider necessary to enter Into compromts With the letter. Of such was an ohf citizen of Hopklnton, N. H„ a good many years ago, and his Juggling v’ltb bis conscience Is recorded by MR Lord in the records of the towhi The old man used to boast that he never went back on his exact word, but had uo compunctions in going round it. Once lie wished to buy a certain tract of land, and when the oWuer named the price he exclaimed; “I won't give It! I tell you I will never give It!” The owner did not yield, nevertheless. A few days afterward tbe old man called again. He said nothing about tbe land, but stepped Into the owner’s barn and picked up a flail. “WtriTt’s that?” he asked. “That? Oh, that’s a flail.” ... -“. So you. call that a flail, do you? Well, what would you take tor it?” The owner named a very small sum. “Now, I’ll tell you what I’ll do,” cont...
Mexican Indiana. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Mexican Indiana. One of the most popular theories with respect to the North American Indians Is that, they are the lost tribes of Israel who wandered across Asia ind entered America by Bering straits. But now a new Idea has Just been put forward, for It appears that a Turk who Is living In Mexico was very much surprised, when out walking In the country near the capital, to hear the native speaking In a language which greatly resembled bis own. He spoke to them ,ln Turkish, and found that they understood him perfectly and that ho could make out what they said. The case has been submitted to an American professor of philology, and his report Is awaited with some Interest, as It will be curious, to say the least of It, if be can establish an analogy between the dialects of the Mexican Indian and the Sketch.
Nearlnar His Last Hoar. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
Nearlnar His Last Hoar. ‘‘Bill,” said the Western editor to nls assistant, “1 think you’d better prepare an obituary notice of Colonel Tuttle.” “What!” demanded Blll.j “Why,, he aiu’t dead. Look, that's him cornin’ along the street now.” “Yes,” replied the editor coolly, feeling for his pocket, “he's coming to see me.” —Philadelphia Press.