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HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Olen Rock Villa tract, on the sunny slope, northeast of New York valley, la destined to become a popular residence place, when the New York valley car line comes through. Here the advantage*, of high view lots and convenient car service will appeal strongly to home builders. It is just as easy and as satisfactory to buy goods over the telephone of us as at our store personally. HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY. Prettyman &amp; Soft. - * Home 39105; S. S. Ea»t 595. „ Another car line will no doubt result from the building of the New York valley car line. This will be an extension up the Annandale valley, past Annandale Heights, to a connection with the Eagle Rock line now building. -When you have unexpected company to lunch or dinner Just ring up the Highland Park Market, Lillie, Mills &amp; Co., Home 39034, East 88, We'll not disappoint you. Mr. Ganahl's son In San Francisco, reports all safe, but had thirty people In his house. Washing machines, cloth...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
-# ( **•’ *; • . , — ! —•— V 1..., 14» UV St .4 - ' ■at Srr» ».ru.T« i y? /•* ■ f f f r f vj ■«/&gt;»//• //Jr// • / ’7j /* ’ I , / It ■-! i “i •*» IV » /M-q / «■*,» 1 •** ijH r •TTii -T /v 4 4*rMr farA /f/o*r os wsv so/? cs/? /.//us *» • VvfeAVEßls Addition TO THE GLEN ROCK VILLA TRACT W.C. WEAVER /woe &lt;?*/&gt;' ssssves, owsa HIGHLAND PARK. PHONS CAST" /r/S--•r&gt; The opening clay for sale of lots'in the-above tract,will be MAY 1. These lots are HIGH but prices are LOW. Graded streets, water - piped in front Of each lot. Right of way for car Ijne crosses this tract ‘ (see map.) Don’twait until the curs .are running and pay double present prices. 15,jy now direct from the owner. TERMS 1 : $5O cash and $lO per month. Prices subject to advance without notice. ‘ I ■■ • HIGHLAND PARK ■ ■ SK»/f ■A. \* *’ • r-- • * * Poor A Wing M 134 Pmnmdmnm 4m., Have noma of the be.t nro|i»rty on 110-ir lists. Prices and terms reasonable. Most Beautiful Bubburban Port...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
1 - T ...» m k i * The Occidental 6023 Pasadena Ave A BICYCLE BARGAIN. “SYLVAN.” For this week we offer our best bicycle, the “Sylvan," for $46. This wheel is made In our own shop and is far superior to machine-made bicycles. The frame is made of the best Shelby steel tubing, with all joints flushed and reinforced, and hand-made throughout. We can furnish this wheel In 20, 21, 22 or 24-lnch frames, and in black, blue, carmine or robinegg blue; also black’ with red stripes, - blue with red head, carmine with green head, etc. Forks neatly nlckled and striped. We use only the D. &amp; J. hanger and the Flak Plank Road Tires. Throughout the material Is the best the market affords, and we give you choice of a half dozen styles of saddles and handle bars. This wheel is supplied with any one ot the popular brakes. However, we recommend either the Corbin, New Departure or Morrow. A bicycle equipped like our “Sylvan”, with same grade ot material and workmanship. Is" sold everywhere f...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Miss Mabel Chase of Hermon, who has been visiting in San Francisco about two weeks returned home Monday. The home in which she was staying was destroyed, and Miss Chase walked about twenty-five miles the flrst day, securing only a crust or two of food and hardly any water to drink. SIGN PAINTER. All kinds of signs, special prices to real estate men. C. E. Hule, 5820 Marmlon Way. 4-6-4. Mrs. Bird, who formerly lived op Aldama street, died last Thursday, Her home was at the ebriier of Meridian and Philadelphia. FOUND —Fountain pen. Call at this office. , -• --- ■«v- | ; i. , 4 W. A. Lltzenburg, the painter, who lived at 123 West Avenue 56, has moved to 6409 Elgin street, GarvanZa. If you want the real thing in the grocery line you actually have to go to the Acme Grocery, 5723 Pasadena avenue. , .♦. FOR SALE—S-room cottage, large frontage, one-half block from Pasadena avenue. Price, $3OOO. $3OO cash, balance easy. Lot 50x150 —$325; $BO down, balance $l5 a month...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
To Sell Your Property List it with Us Our facilities are Unsurpassed Our experience insures satisfaction to both buyer and seller. CARL G. PACKARD, 56q0 pasadena avenue East 520. Home 39033 •;* . v Annandale Heights LARGE FULL SIZED LOTS, NOT TOY LOTS Located on Eagle Rock Avenue 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. Many of them are two hundred feet long. The soil is deconlposed granite, rich and free from adobe. :: :: 1 PRICES ARE $lOO AND UP Terms are one tenth down and $5.00 per month. AH streets are'graded and oiled. Water on every street. * :: Crites, Myers &amp; Kulli 'VA? •_ _ V—•— Highland Park Building Company , NO CHARGE FOR PLANS OR ESTIMAT E S —‘Phone East 786 . t •" 5938 Pasadena Ave. LCVI; Los Angeles, Cal. f-'-Highland Park Terrace The finest of the Highland Park Hill Tracts. Inside the city limits between Ave. 50&lt;5:52. Large lots 5...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 28 April 1906
Phone Homo MIS 1 5711 Pasadena Are. Sunset Phone E. IM Meet me at the fountain’' OF THE 3711 Pasadena Ave And try one oftheee: Lovers’ Delight Sundae Italian Creme Sundae Chop Sooey # Suiidae Nut Sundae Occidental Sundae Pepsin Phosphatf Orange Phosphate Lemon Phosphate Egg Phosphate Egg Sherry Lil Egg Chocolate Plain, Seltzer and Fruit Lemonades If you try one of them, - r ' : ' You will come again , ice Cream Department We are now keeping Strawberry, Vanilla Ice Cream, Orange and Pineapple lee, constantly. Deliveries free. Magazine Department &gt; .New„ Ainslee, Smgrt Set, Puck, Judge, Saturday Evening Post, Life, Town Topics and all magazines. • ■’ Cigar Department Special this week on a new cigar made by the same company that manufactures the Optimo. A regular 10 cent cigar. Special this week, 4 for 25 cents. Dandy Department Our candies are the best ever. Special this week on Bon Bons. A full line of box goods at attractive prices. We Sell Ice HIGHLAND PARK HARNESS SHOP...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
. • w • ir • ' • Sworn Olroulmtlon 1,600 HIGHLAND PARK HERALD ' ’i j • -■ . Local News of Highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Hill Park, Hermon, Mt. Washington, Eagle Rock and New York Valley VOL. 1, NO. 47. HIGHLAND PARIt, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY, MAY 5,1906 ' $1.50 per year; 15c per mo. by carrier.
THE METHODIST MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
THE METHODIST MUSIC. Sunday morning, May 6th, the choir will sing: “Arise Shine,” by Fred C. Mokeff “My.Trust Is in Thy Mercy,’ by King Hall. * In the evening Mr. James Logan will sing as . offertory,. “Open to me tha Gates,” by Blschoff, and the choir will sing, “With Glory Clad,” a setting of the prayer in Wagner’s. Lohengrin.
PUNTENNEY WILL SHOW THE NEW YORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
PUNTENNEY WILL SHOW THE NEW YORKERS. G. A. Puntenney of " the Crescent Real Estate and Investment Co. has sold the business of that company to Colonel F. W. Hart and L. C. Woodford, lyho will continue at the present location, 6015 Pasadena avenue. Mr. Woodford Is a capitalist who recently arrived here from Ft. Collins, Colo. Mr % Puntenney, with his family, will leave for Sandy Hook, ,N. J., bn May 19th, where he goes to take charge of the large Dobbins estate. In this property there is several hundred acres, over one hundred houses and a summr resort. Mrr Puntenney will subdivide and place the property on the market after the California style, which It Is calculated win wake up the Sleepy easterners. Puntenney’s brand of hot air is guaranteed to work marvels. „
LIFE SAVED BY HIS DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
LIFE SAVED BY HIS DOG. Mr. Ezra Whitehorse Pugh, a prominent member of the Junior Class of Occidental Academy, and president of the flourishing Moore Literary Society, narrowly missed serious injurythe first of the week. While crossing Pasadena avenue, near Avenue 53, he turned to speak to a young lady and failed to notice a rapidly approaching street car. He was Saved from being run down by his large dog, a Great Dane, which jerked him from the track just - ,in time without serious injury to his person. The young lady suffered from the shock, but has re-
ALL SAINTS’ EPISCOPAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
ALL SAINTS’ EPISCOPAL CHURCH. -. The annual meeting of the congregation was held on Wednesday evening. May 2nd, •and the reports for the precedes twqiWpionths presented-by the various officers were of the most satisfactory nature. The R?v. Dr. A. G. L. Trew reported a steady and continuous growth in membership, there being now 90 communicant members, as contrasted with the forty-six who were on the roll at the organization of the mission in 1904; notwithstanding the fact that during that period more than thirty had removed. The treasurer's report was most gratifying, showing that every obligation had been met, and that there was a surplus of $23 in hand, though the sums given on Easter and on the Sunday following for charitable purposes outside the parish, (earthquake sufferers, etc.) amounted to $259. As evidence of the missionary spirit of All Saints’ people it may be stated more than twenty-five per cent of the income received was sent out again for charitable and missionary purp...
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICE LAST SUhi DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICE LAST SUhi DAY. T ■ " With an audience that crowded the new church to the doors, filled the parlor annex and made it necessary to bring in chairs from the Sunday school room to seat them last Sunday, did the Presbyterians show their appreciation of their pastor, Dr. Franklin. P. Berry. And his sermon on one ofthefruits of the spirit, gentleness, Gal. 5: 22. was characteristic of the man. Like all his sermons this one had condensed in gems of truth, clothed in simple language, not only the lore of books, but, the observations of a lifetime of a student. But where were the men and women of mature age to •hear? Over 60 per cent of the audience by actual count, were young neople, and by happy coincidence or by fore-knowl-edge, the sermon fitted the audience. _
SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE DESIRED TO SECURE NEW YORK VALLEY CAR LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE DESIRED TO SECURE NEW YORK VALLEY CAR LINE. Next week we will publish the terms and' conditions of the subscription for the purchase of right-of-way for car line through New York Valley, and the names and amounts which have been subscribed. The following well-known citizens have been selected as a committee to make the contract with the car company to build the car line, and also have charge of the collection of the subscriptions ana paying same to purchase the right of way not donated: Hugh Glassell. G. \V. E. Griffith. Ralph Rogers, W. C. Weaver, and Wm. R. Myers. This gives a guarantee to the subscribers that there will be no graft, rake-off or commission in the deal. • 1
EBELL CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
EBELL CLUB MEETING. The Highland Park Ebell met May Ist at Wood’s Hall and listened to most interesting apd instructive talks by Mrs. McKee and Dr. Barry, returned missionaries'from Chin# Mrs. McKee told of her work among the Chinese and showed us a model in plaster of a Chinese woman's foot with the toes bound, making it about the size of a five-year old child's foot. Also an idol which had been worshipped, and other curios. Dr. Barry told of the great good the missionaries are.doing and the need of more physicians and nurses. She said that she, with other missionaries, adopted the Chinese dress and etiquette and that when the little Chinese ladies came to call they would say: “These people are not so strange after all. They dress as we do and their houses are like ours.* The Chinese are very anxious to learn English and the missionaries reach many in this „way. There are very few schools for girls in China but there is a movement in that direction. There are no institutions for th...
NORTH HIGHLAND PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
NORTH HIGHLAND PARK. The New York Valley Improvement Association held quite an Interesting meeting the 23rd past; foremost of which was In regard to the projected electric line for which ways were suggested and adopted by which It may. be secured. Now, brothers and sisters of this section, the opportunity has arrived for you to make your long strong pull for Its success. This Is our first chance. It may be our last for years to come. "Up and Doing" until the agreement from the L. A. R. Co. to build Is signed, sealed and delivered, should be the watch word of each Individual. ' ■ Wing Bros, are" preparing to build on their two lots on Fayettee street. Mr, Coon has. sold his. bouse and lot on New York street to P. M. Robinson of Avenue 50. -Mrs. Stlokney’e class of the Christian Sunday school met at her home, Avenue 57, near Aldama, Tuesday evening, to organize a social and literary club. All enjoyed themselves with games, music and solos. The following officers were elected: Presiden...
MOUNT WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
MOUNT WASHINGTON. An enthusiastic meeting; of the Mt. W. I. S. was held Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. M. A. Proper, on Avenue 49. *- The large attendance and the deep' Interest manifested give promise of a bright future for Mt. Washington. The well directed efforts of this Society have awakened interest among the people at large, and the commu-nity-is bginning to realize the advantages offered by. this beautiful tract of lalnd. The President, In a few Well chosen words, introduced the distinguished visitor* of the evening, Mr. John A. Merrill, president of the Highland Park Improvement Association; Mr. C. B. Patterson, county supervisor, and Prof. Hatch of Occidental College, who were interested in the society’s work, and had tcome to express their sympathy and suggest new ways in which the efforts of the society might be directed. - Mr. AJerrlll pointed out.the superior advantages of Mt. Washington over other suburbs. The location is one of the finest In the state and i...