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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 5 May 1906
-n r i ~ ims&amp;f 'l tieAt" "I for the Crescent hk# Church of Aluli or Fane I«t oil itAvnMM Ojic &lt;*fice t» Deleft •Wo of ISo otrool MMSfUft tko cor Get the Right Place 6c Faro and Frequent Oar Service ■, V-, F v • ,-•&gt; Absolutely the finest lots in this superb tract-only twelve of •- ’ i '.i.&amp;ZT* ° ' ", • ■’• : -* •: . them left-will be sold during the next few days, on account of the owner, We will give a guarantee with each sale that work on the . ,» v &lt; car line will begin within two months Certificates of Title are now being made for the Right of Way. As soon as they are completed by the Title Insurance &amp; Trust Co., Contractor Stevenson will begin grading. “ Deposits of bonus for payment to the Railway Company are now in the Pacific Savings Bank. AH Lota Very Large Easy Terms CRESCENT REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT COMPANY 6015 Pasadena Ave
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HERALD Sworn Simulation, 1600 Local News of Highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Hill Park, Hermon, Mt. Washington, Eagle Rock and New York Valley VOL. 1, NO. 48. HIGHLAND PARK, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY. MAY 12,1906 $1.50 per year; 15c per mo. by carrier.
MOORE LITERARY SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
MOORE LITERARY SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT. The Moore Literary Society will hold an opening meeting In the College Chapel on Monday evening, May 14th at 8 o’clock, to which the public is cordially Invited. There will be no charge for admission. The following program' will be rendered. Short History of Moore Literary Society, Ernest Wleman. Original Story, David Farles. Violin Duet, W. and F, Thomson. . Paper on, “Why We Should Have Better Pacific Coast Defenses, Benj. Smith. Original Poem, Owen Bird. Oration, W. Thomson. Future Prospects of Moore Literary Society, Earl Haney.
DEATH OF MRS. MEMORY, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
DEATH OF MRS. MEMORY, Last Tuesday evening there passed away one of yjg highly esteemed residents of Highland Park in the person of Mrs. Kate C. Memory, residing at 125 East Avenue 56. She came with her husband, Mr. H. E. Memory some years ago to this section of the city In the hope-of recuperating her health and for a time received considerable benefit, but during the past few months Mrs. Memory has been a great sufferer and longed for a happy release. Many will regret to learn of her somewhat sudden demise as Mrs. Memory had won around her a large circle of friends by her kindly disposition and generous sympathy. Mrs. Memory was a native of West Virginia and came with her husband to California seventeen years ago. Mr. Memory has the deep sympathy of his friends In the loss of .his loving and devoted life-long companion. The funeral occurred yesterday afternoon at the home, conducted by Rev. J. A. Jackson of the Methodist church.
NIGHT PROWLINGB OF THE MYi TIC KEY, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
NIGHT PROWLINGB OF THE MYi TIC KEY, Sir Knights of the Mystic Key revived their crushed spirits and redressed their long pondered wrongs last Tuesday evening. The manner Is well known to the Highland Park residents so blessed as to live on the line of march. Reports come from hill-top and valley of the queer quiverings of the thick atmosphere of that night, caused by the well-sounded instruments of auricular torture. About sev-enty-five of the 'college students gathered in the arroyo at the foot of Mon to Vista street at the seasonable hour of bed-time. There the obstreperous were subdued, those of defective dental substance were treated, the long bodied made longer and the roundbodied rounder, to the edification of the past-masters of the arts and tricks of his royal highness the Mystic Key. The usual ill-feeling individual who scoffs at college foolishness was heard • at a harmless distance on Avenue 51, but to compensate for this the august and solemn body made another resident o...
GRIFFITH AND JEFFREY ENCOURAGE THE NEW YORKERS* [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
GRIFFITH AND JEFFREY ENCOURAGE THE NEW YORKERS* An unusually large number of people were present at the meeting of the New York Valley Improvement Association, Monday night. The citizens of this lovely valley are alive to the advantage to be gained by making modern street improvements, and It may be expected that the onward march of progress will be lively from now on. President Griffith of the Bank of Highland Park and Mr. J. W. Jeffrey were invited to be present, and they gave the people some, valuable Information on the results which may be achieved by making and walks attractive. Pasadena avenue and other streets in Highland Park show what Improvements will do for the financial side of property, the Increase In value In three years having been marvelous. New York street, which is one hundred feet wide, will become one of the famous boulevards of Southern California, as there are ... few highways passing through such a rich valley and which have beep made wide enough to permit of...
NEW REAL ESTATE FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
NEW REAL ESTATE FIRM. As mentioned by the Herald last Week the Crescent Real Estate' Company has been purchased by 001. F. W. Hart and C. C. Woodford, who took charge on Wednesday. Mr. Woodford has returned to Ft. Collins, Colo., to close up some business affairs, his family remaining here. The experience and business ability of. the members of this firm In commercial, legal and legislative affairs, Insures a highly successful career for this company. Col. Hart Is a lawyer of wide experience, and was a distinguished member of the lowa legislature, before transferring his home (,o sunny Southern California. Mr, Woodford Is heavily Interested In large Colorado properties, but the charms of Highland Park have overcome all other desires, and he comes among us to live.
MUSIC AT METHODIST SERVICES TOMORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
MUSIC AT METHODIST SERVICES TOMORROW. The morning anthem will be "God So LOved the World,” from the “Crucifixion,” by Sir John Stainer and the offertory will be “O' Praise the Lord all ye Nations,” by H. P. Douks. In the evening Mr. Herman Cortelyou will sing as offertory solo,; "Rock of Ages” by Remlck, and the anthem will be "Lovely Appear” from Gounod’s “Redemption” and Mr. James Logan will sing the solo.
ROGERS—TEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
ROGERS—TEAL. Miss Grace Rogers, daughter of Rev. Rogers, of Mesa ave. and Mr. Harry Teal, were married Thursday night at 8:30. The house was decorated In green and white, and they were married under an arch of white roses. The bridal pair have gone to Sam Diego and Coronado on a wedding tour. They will be home to their friends after June Ist.
ENTERPRISING FIRM TRANSACTS MUCH BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
ENTERPRISING FIRM TRANSACTS MUCH BUSINESS. Crltes, Myers and Kulll have sold the following lots In their new tract on Avenue 64: B. L. Jones, 2; Ray. mond Moore, 2; Earle Welker, 2; J. W. Crltes, 1. The two last named will build at once. They have sold the E. C. Thorne residence on Ave. 65 to Rev. Marcus H. Plumb from Long Beach; a cottage on Pollard et. from Miss Blanche Brobst to Mrs. Cook; the J. W. Parson’s ranch on Eagle Rock ave. to J. Green. Lots In ’ Annandale Heights to Henry Koch, 2; Josephine E. Black, 2; C. M. C. Raymon, 2; Mr. Maynard, Mr. Waldien, also a lot on Ave. 61 to E. E. Bennett; the Mrs. Margaret H. Pullen Cottage on Robles street to Mrs. Annie Kennedy. They are now grading the streets In the tracts which they recently sold out In Eagle Rock Valley and are preparing two new tracts In the same locality for the market.
ISABELLA PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
ISABELLA PLACE. The Isabella Ranch of fifteen acres on the north side of New York Valley will probably soon be platted In the shape of a high grade residence subdivision. This Is one of the most, charming locations in this vicinity, covered with fruit of various kinds. There Is a fine view not only to the mountains, but to the sea by way of Hollywood valley. Mrs. Isabella Cuculjts, the owner, promises further information about this attractive place, as soon as It Is arranged to place it on the market.
HAROLD WHITCOMB AT MILITARY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
HAROLD WHITCOMB AT MILITARY SCHOOL. HaroU Whitcomb, a Highland Park boy, who Is attending the New York Military Academy, with his cousin, Paul Whitcomb, writes that he was one of twenty-eight cadets picked from the school to enter a competition drill with several other military schools, at Madison Square Garden, New York city,. April 28th. The prize to be a large silk flag. He says: “Of course we won the flag, but It was hard work. I never was so scared In my life as when we marched Into the arena at double time, and halted before the reviewing stand for inspection. As soon as we got. Into the swing of the drill, which we had been practicing twice a day for nearly two months I felt somewhat more at ease. The garden was packed and we had them with us from the time we entered until recall and we bad to march off. The last part of It was a skirmish drill and our uniforms were pretty well mixed up with tan bark when we got through. Maybe you think we were scared (?) when we went In the ...
OUR BARGAIN LISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
OUR BARGAIN LISTS. Fine corner three blocks from cars, street work done; best view in Highland Park but not a bluff lot. Your own terms and only $B5O. Good Inside lot 50x110, street Improvements made; $9OO. Lot 50x200, two fronts; good Income property; terms to suit at $1250. For one week only 80x100. fine view, $770 cash. Best buy In Garvanza, 50x145 to alley; street work paid; $lBOO building restrictions; $lO5O cash. Good comer on Avenue 50; Inside lotsTn ~samg block are $1500: -Can have this for few days on account of street work for $l3OO each. Modem 4-room bungalow, near carsi good mountain view; easy terms, $l6OO. ». Good 2-room tent house, 50-foot lot. grand view, rents for slof see this $750. HOME REALTY CO., Both Phones. 5930 Pasadena Ave.
PAVING OF PASADENA AVENUE. , – -it Suggestions Which May Be of Value to Those Who Might Favor Delay. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
PAVING OF PASADENA AVENUE. , - -it Suggestions Which May Be of Value to Those Who Might Favor Delay. The matter nf .the paving of Pasadena Avenue is the all important question before the people of Highland Park today. There has been considerable discussion on the subject among residents and property owners lately, with, so far as I am aware, very little opposition. In order to dispel a popular impression, that the cost of paving makes such improvement a luxury beyond the reach of people in ordinary circumstances, I beg to submit the following; Considering the prices paid for the paving recently done on portions of Central Avenue and West Seventh street. We found that, at the same rates per square foot, Pasadena avenue could be paved, including granite block gutters, at a -&lt;Ssst of less than $5 per front foot on each side of the street. This would mean between $2OO And- $250 on each 50 foot lot, if paid by the frontage alone, but this cost would be distributed over a large...
MT. WASHINGTON THE BEAUTIFUL. • [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
MT. WASHINGTON THE BEAUTIFUL. • : At morn mist clad In trailing garments white; 3 At noon, resplendent in her robes of green •. The shining stars bedeck her brow at night , With crown of light for beauty’s fairest queen. Let him who would feast his eyes on what is fair and steep his senses in the fragrance from nature’s own garden come hither and dwell ip content. In all California there is no spot where nature has lavished her gifts with a more bountiful hand. He who would seek freedom of thought and longs /or the Inspiration which flows into tfie mind from scenes of grandeur andbeauty, will find it here. Mountain and meadow flowers of every hue, and music from the untrained singers of the forest will charm away the memories of the rude sights and sounds of city life. While afar off I gleams the blue waters of the peaceful ocean, into whose bosom sinks the weary sun as if to -find repose. The fourth regular meeting of the Mt. Washington Improvement Associa tlon was held Wednesday e...
A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS HOUSE On this page we show pictures of the interior of the Highland Park Meat Market, an institution which has scored a remarkable success since it passed to the management of Q. L. Lillie and G. T. Mills, two young men of great energy, enterprise and. ingenuity. No small share of thelr success they attribuate to the liberal use of printer’s ink, but there must be a harmony of contributing causes to make a successful business career, Messrs. Lillie &amp; Mills have touched the proper chords.
PRESBYTERIANS SHOW APPRE CIATION OF THEIR PASTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
PRESBYTERIANS SHOW APPRE CIATION OF THEIR PASTOR. The reception to the pastor, Rev. Dr. Berry and his wife, at the Presbyterian church last Thursday evening was a very enjoyable affair. It was also made the occasion of making the many new members of the church acquainted with each other and making them feel at home. The reception committee was Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Dean Stevenson and wife, Professor and Mrs. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Wing and Dr. and Mrs. Berry, The large Sunday school room and the primary room was thrown together by opening the 26-ft. doors separating the two rooms and both were filled. The reception celebrated the sixth anniversary of Dr. Berry’s pastorate over this church and his people, to show their appreciation of their pastor presented him with a purse of coins amounting to just an even hundred dollars, all of which was picked up during the day among the congregation In just the coins presented, representing every denomination from a nickel to a ten dollar gold piece...
Highland Park, Qarvanza and [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Highland Park, Qarvanza and This will notify all concerned that I have secured from Fred Hallert the Highland Park, Carranza and Los Angeles Express, formerly owned Uy me and am again ready to attend promptly all orders in my line. Regular trips down town in a. m. Residence 529 New York street. Phone Home 39332, East 2169, Down town office 212 E. 3d street. Home 1298. ' 'W. B. KEESE .