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IMPORTANT SALE ON AVENUE 67. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
IMPORTANT SALE ON AVENUE 67. Through the agency of the Highland Park Realty Co., D. S. Holliday has sold to J. C. Garnette, lots 2 and 3 in P. J. Ganahl’s subdivision, 150x200 feet, on Avenue 57, near Monte Vista street. Mr. Garnette Will build a fine home on this beautiful site, and will remove from the city to Highland Park to' make his future home. The lots which he purchased brought a large price, the consideration being $4500. Three new homes are to be commenced at once in Highland Park Heights, near of Avenue 52.
WONDERFUL RESULTS OF CHIROPRACTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
WONDERFUL RESULTS OF CHIROPRACTIC. The most common sense mode of curing disease. ■ ~ Chiropractic adjustments appeal to the people who are suffering, because it is common sense, simple and practical. If ■your ailment is caused from a luxated or displaced vertebra, causing pressure on nerve or set of nerves,, the thing to do is to have the pressure removed, by the adjusting of the vertebra which is luxated or displaced. We claim that" 95 per cent of diseases are caused by the luxations of the vertebra, causing pressure on the nerves controlling the organs affected. If you are seeking to be cured and restored to health, come and Have the nerve pressure removed. You will find, to your astonishment, that after a few adjustments you will be on the road to recovery. Chiropractic has hosts of friends, and is making rapid progress in all parts of this country, and in order to more thoroughly introduce ft here, I will take all new patients at one-half my usual fee for the next two weeks only...
EARTHQUAKE EXPERIENCES IN SAN FRANCISCO r'-v ■ I• , •.* , ■- —Lt_ 1--.. University Cadet, Herman Cortelyon, Describes Great Disaster for Herald Readers. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
EARTHQUAKE EXPERIENCES IN SAN FRANCISCO r'-v ■ I• , •.* , ■- —L t _ 1--.. University Cadet, Herman Cortelyon, Describes Great Disaster for Herald Readers. On the morning of the earthquake I, like all other honest persons was peacefully snoozing in bed but when the house began to roll around the yard and the pictures tb dance a jig on the walls and the chairs and other furniture to skate around the floor, I decided to get up and see what was the trouble in our peaceful college town. As the earthquake lasted 28’ seconds, which seemed like three or four minutes, I had plenty of time to get the full benefit of it. An earthquake has a beautiful effect on the landscape. I managed to get to a window and hung on for dear life. From my position and in my dizzy condition the town looked as though it had been out all night and was not yet very steady on its feet. It was not until later in the morning that we heard of San Francisco's trodbles, and as we looked across the bay we saw great mounta...
A HEARTY ENDORSEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
A HEARTY ENDORSEMENT (From the South Pasadenan.) It was an enthusiastic aggregation of friends and neighbors that gathered at the office of the South Pasadenan last Tuesday night to express their congratulations and heartily endorse the candidacy of Dr. Henry Sherry, of this city, for the state senate. The meeting was called for 7:30 in the evening, and had all stayed to the meeting who came, there would have been a shortage of room and adjournment would have been necessary to the commons. There were a number of other important meetings going on, that they were heayt and soul with the popular doctor in his candidacy, and to ask that they be considered as a part of the gathering, notwithstanding the tact that they were forced by prior engagements to forego the pleasure. But those who were there could not all be provided with seats, and there was a most unanimous feeling that with South Pasadena it is “Sherry first, last and all the time!” An informal social time was first enjoyed whi...
The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
The Churches. _ Services at the Highland Park Christian church each Lord’s day. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 o’clock. Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. and evening service at 7:30. All are cordially invited to attend. Holiness Church.—Sunday sch o'o 10 a.m.; Preaching, 11 a.m.; Young People’s meeting, 7:16 p, m.; evening Service, 8 p.m.; prayer meeting. Wednesday, 8 p.m. Home prayer meeting, Friday, 2 p.m. Eev. Teal, pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Mission, comer of Avenue 58 and Marmlon Way. Services, preaching 11“ a. m.. 730 p. m. every Sabbath. Sunday swhool, 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting, 7-30 every Thursday. Rev. N. F. Gill Is. supplying the pulpit during the absence of the pastor. Highland Park M. E. church.Rev. J. Alfred Jackson, M. D., pastor. Sunday services: Sunday school and Bible class, 9:45 a. m. Preaching service, 11 a. m, Epworth League, 6:46 p. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Service on Wednesday evening at 7:30. The pastor. Dr. Jackson, is making these serv...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
Automobile For $450. For sale at 6023 Pasadena avenue a Bt. Louis automobile, (cost $1200) ia first class condition. Reason for selling lack of time to use it. Call at above number and have Bert BL Stambougb, the automobile and bicycle expert, show it to yon. This is your opportunity to get a $l2OO auto for $450. THE OCCIDENTAL, i J. H. Wolf, Shoemaker. | 6003 Paasdena avenue. . First class work guaranteed. Our fine finishing is the delight of all our patrons. - John D. Wilson, Gardening, General House Cleaning New Lawns Pat In. Odd Jobs around the house. Property cared for in absence of the owners. Sunset East 1288. Residence Hermon. 41-p4. Chas. I. Sweet Lawyer, 364 Pacific Electric building, corner 6th and Main streets. Phones, Sunset 6054, Home 2513. 5809 Pasadena aye. I'-' t Miss Olivs Tunison 6145 Piedmont Aye Teacher of Piano and Voice Accompanying a Specialty Having studied under competent teachers in the East, and nof studying at the Conservatory of Music, Los Angeles, woul...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Sarah K. Tucker of Avenue 54 has commenced the erection of a one-story six-room residence at 5431 Ash street. A. E. Finley of Garvanza has the contract. This will be a very neat residence, as Mr. Finley has established a reputation of which to be proud in that line. The cost will be $l7OO. Go to the Highland Park library, take out a regular patron's card which is free, and then get a book every week and read It. The patronage of .this , branch must be increased in order to insure its being kept open dally. The society of the Olives, which includes the old settlers of Highland Park, enjoyed a session with Mrs. A, A. Phillips, 563G Pasadena avenue on Tuesday. _ 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. One of our New England friends who felt a little uneasy during the few days following the San Francisco earthquake, has concluded to ...
Shannon’s Bakery., [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
Shannon’s Bakery., The Shannon Bakery at 5805 Pasadena .avenue, is open with a full line of high class goods. We carry everything in that line, including, lady fingers, raaccaroons, angel cake, etc. Remember the place. Shannon's Bakery, 5805 Pasadena ayenue, Los Angeles.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
Stop that Cough ' - . , ' . • ■ ■ tiff ' ‘%. We have the remedy. Lloyd’s White Pine and tkr cough syrup Highland Park Pharmacy 5705 Pasadena Ave Acme Grocery W. H. Roth, Prop. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries FRUIT AND VEGETABLES 5723 Pasadena Ave Phones Home 39298 East 747 Highland Park Wagon Works * A. L. NlEfe, PROPRIETOR Horseshoeing &amp; General Blacksmilhing W&gt;-ca.rry «. -compkte lwe * New work t-o order of iron, steel, hardwood, Estimates furnished water pipe amLfittinga,-. ■ -Jt_ picks, shovels,chains,bolts SIOB PaSSdOnS AVO _ ' • * -A HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET ULUE, MILL* | 00. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat ■■■-'* ' " Teltpkoae Orders Preaptly Attesded Tr Phona. | „ 5725 Paaadwna Ave. -r Duvall &amp;Klages Ooalors In High Grade Groceries 5801 PABAOEMA A VENUE ... , t / *, Agmntm tor Jovno'm Broad Phone Sunset 841 Phone Home 39204 GOAL GOAL GOAL Any kind you want direct from mines, either in bulk, all lump or sacked. Either Black Diamond or Well...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
Bank of Highland Park LOANS AMD INVESTMENTS G. W. E. GRIFFITH, President „ JNP. B. MERRILL, Cashier Capital Stock $lOO,OOO One-third Paid Up Block 3700 Pmaadana Arm. Highland Park See Home Realty Co 3050 Pasadena Ave Highland Park -- Lunch Room and Restaurant .... . CHAS. STROLE. Proprietor. 3717 l&gt;2 Pasadena Avenue. SYCAMORE PROVE NURSERIES You want any Gardening work done ? BB B You want your grounds looked after by the month? YoU want any Nursery Stock? ■ Come to us. We carry a full line of Ornamental Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Palms, Ferns, Acacias, Eucalypti' ... ’ Phono Orders Promptly Attondod to Home 31254 SAINT &amp; WARNER Snnset East 848 4384 Pasadena Ave. T ~ir Highland Park Hardware Store RITCHEY A OROTTHOUSE WE DELIVER ALL GOODS ' BOTH PHOHE3 Ho mm 30330 Emm! 1431 3703 Am PHONES Emm! 3101 Homo 80311 STANDARD REAL ESTATE CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, RENTALS AND L0AN5...... j 3710 Paaadana Are. Lorn Angalaa, Oat. Phone Eaet 1772 Home 39314 JOBBING Promptly At...
OCCIDENTAL AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
OCCIDENTAL AFFAIRS Mr. Thomas Perk Younken, the popular president of the Third Year Class, has been out of town for a few days on business. Mr. Younken at the end of, the schqpl year will open his skating rink at’ Long Beach. Mr. Fay Gozzen Clarke, who ha's the big orange grove right outside of San Bernardino, and who Is well known in Highland, will spend next Sunday with hls folks in Covina. Mr. Clarke has many friends along Pasadena avenue. Mr. Harry Lee Hodge Is making arrangements to open a soda water fountain at Venice Immediately after the close of the school year. Mr. Hodge, who lives in San Bernardino, U one of the most popular young men in college and he has many friends here in the Park. Mr. Owen Pelcan Bird, has arranged to entertain hls friends with a banquet in the near future. Mr. Bird, with hls many social functions this year has been a powerful factor In the life of the Academy and it is with regret that hls friends bid him farewell as he sails for the Orient. On Wed...
MR. JEFFREY ADDRESSES OCCIDENTAL ACADEMY’S PHYSIOGRAPHY CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
MR. JEFFREY ADDRESSES OCCIDENTAL ACADEMY’S PHYSIOGRAPHY CLASS. Wednesday morning, Mr. J. W. Jeffrey,, of the Horticultural Department of Southern California, gave the physiography class Occidental Academy, a very interesting talk on plant diseased and harmful Insects. He made the very startling statement that two hundred million dollars is lost yearly Ih the United States by plant' diseases, and three hundrejl mil-; lion dollars by insect pests, such as scale, fungus and bacteria.
HIGHLAND PARK METZ TRACT. ! [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK METZ TRACT. ! A new arroyo tract Is to be placed on the market within a. short time. It J lies in the wide expanse of the arroyo between Highland Park and Garvanza, or more definitely, between Avenue 61 and Marmlon Way, and between Pasadena avenue and the Arroyo proper. Chas. M. Stimsoh will put the tract; - on the market, in association with Chas. Metz, who lives on Pasadena avenue near the new subdivision. This is destined to be a popular arroyo proposition, not only for the reason that the lots are advantageously located, being near Pasadena avenue, but the improvement of ArroyoSeco avenue through the tract may result in the abandonment by carriage and automobile traffic of the present route from the Salt- Lake Crossing on Pasadena Ave. to the bridge across the arroyo. The new street will connect these two points In a direct line, by easy grade, and a hard surfaced street. A street of that kind which will attract the travel will be worth thousands of dollars to the ...
NEW YORK VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
NEW YORK VALLEY A unique improvement at the comer ot Baltimore and Ash streets will be a cobblestone house to be built at once by Q. M. Sumner, the mantel and fire place artist. Mr. Sumner has the stone on the ground, and considering his expertness in this line, the Herald is sure that the structure he will erect will be worth seeing. L. E. Barrett is building a two-story six-room residence on Baltimore street near Ash. . . ' ... The residents of New York valley are very much elated to have the new street light at New ,York and Milwaukee streets, and it'was very muchneeded. Mr. Brown of Hermon is building a pleasant modern cottage near Selma street, which he will occupy with his family. • e J. A. Erksine On Selma street, is rebuilding his house, and you won’t know it when he gets through. M. A. Morgan’s grocery on New York street, is enjoying a large trade, as is also true of Phillips’ grocery. Mr. Forrest of Fayette street, has his father visiting with him from Philadelphia, and he...