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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Excursion Rates -■&gt; To Easiarn Cities. The usual low round trip rates to the east will be available this season from California and Nevada stations of the Salt Lake Route on account of various conventions as follows : New Haven, Ct. Knights of Columbus—Sell May 24, 25, 26—Return limit August 31. Rates will be announced later. Denver, Colo. B. P. O. Elks—Sell July 17, 18, 19,—Jleturn limit Sept. 30. .. Rate 855.00. Minneapolis, Minn. G. A. R.—Sell August 7, 8, and 9, —Return limit Oct. 3L Rate 870.00. Milwaukee, Wis. Order of Eagles—Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9.—Return limit Oct. 31. Rate Bt4,sft Also sell July 2 and 3—Return limit 90 days—Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9 and Sept. 8, 9, and 10.—Return limit Oct. 3L Chicago, 111. 872.50—5t. Louis, .... 867.50. St. Paul, Minn. 870.00 — Minneapolis, Minn., 870.00. Kansas City, Mo, ’ ' » «, - 860.00. Omaha, Neb., 860.00. Council Bluffs, la. 860.00 St. Joseph, Mo., ',.860.00. Tickets will be sold going via Salt Lake RSlTte and connections and returning...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS The Bank of Highland Park has opened a savings department for the young folks who wish to save their pennies, nickels and dimes, which otherwise might be foolishly spent. A National Recording Safe is furnished fiee to each person who opens an account of $l.OO or more, and in this all spare change may be safely kept until there is a sufficient amount to deposit in the bank. The bank pays four per cent Interest also, which will no doubt Induce a large number of our young people to start a bank account. The earthquake shock in New York and Connecticut on Tuesday was more severe than that recently fell in Los Angeles, about which so many glaring mis-statements have been made in eastern newspapers.— 5 See our bargain list in another column. Home Realty Co. - Tony G. Anderson of the Highland i Park Building -Co., reports building The New England Electric Co., a Highland Park Institution composed jof two enterprising and energetic I young men, Messrs. Webster and M...
Laundry Agency. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Laundry Agency. Troy Laundry agency at the Ar-] phones East 1899, Home 39312, Laundry collected Monday and Wednesday. Delivered Thursday and Saturday, . i The mansion being completed by Carl O. Packard, the builder, at Ate. B6 and Pasadbna avenue, will cost ten thousand dollars or more. The Herald hopes to publish a view and description when It is completed. The (our corners of Pasadena and Ave. 56 have been placed under heavy building restrictions by Mr. Packard, which Insures that location as the bon ton of Highland Park. See "6ur list of bargains In this paper. ■ Home Realty Co. operations more active than ever. H. Bowerman the plumber, has purThat strawberry Ice cream at the Arroyo is the best ever. R. A. Baker &amp; Co. have a contract to haul five hundred loads of gravel to Eagle Rock valley (or street Improvement In the Hinsdale &amp; l.aux tract. . 7 -. Water pipe at the Highland Park Wagon Works, 6108 Pasadena avenue. Judge G. W. Sterling of San Pedro_ calle...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
i V f y &amp; IK The Occidental 6023 Pasadena Ave BICYCLE BARGAINS FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS. Terr Cornell bicycles with brakes, “ city price $55; our price ,$l5. Six Trumph blcyCles with brakes, city price $40.00 our price $30.00. Oyr Junior “Snell*’ regular regular $25, our price $2O. Our girls’ “Crescent” regular $2O, our price $l5. Six gents’ bicycles in good repair in every detail and are standard makes with brakes, $B, $9, $lO, $l5, etc. These are exceptional values in used blcy- — - eles. j, Six ladies’ bicycles in good repair in every detail and standard makes such as Columbia, Orient, etc., $7.50, $B, $9, etc. Get one of these ladies’ bicycles for family use for they are worth fully double our selling price. We make if easy for you to get an up-to-date standard bicycle by accepting as part payment your old wheel, or selling you a new bicycle on the installment plan. . V ■ . i m. L. '/a f. tmnii bit Bicycle Talk. Many people are led to think They should buy a bicycle fro...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS WANTED —Money; we can loan $7,000 for ypu at 6 per cent net on giltedge security. Carl G. Packard,’ 5600 Pasadena ave. Montgomery &amp; Mullln report sales of lumber for following houses to be erected: Miss Nellie Johnson, two houses Pasadora Monterey Drive; Campbell Johnson. Ave, 65 and Meridian; Mrs. M. A.„Tleman, 49 ( 75 Pasadena ave.: Reames pox and Mlchener, opposite Church of Angels; Mrs. Reed, 5101 Monte Vista; R. W. Wright, corner Selma and Jptlan at..; Dr. A. P. Haye*, 452 Ave. 56 West. Rubber tires—we can supply yeu. Highland Park Wagon Works, 6108 Pasadena avenue. “ ' "Sirs. W. A- Roberts of 5327 Monte Vista street, gave a delightful thimble party and luncheon on Thursday afternoon. present tfere: Mesdaraes Brigham. Bennett, Holler, Wright, Coryell, Sowden, Randall. Work is progressing nicely on the Ganahl private park on Ave. 57. Fruit of Loom muslin at cost, Monday at the Highland Park Dry Goods Store. Remember the day and place, 5810 Pa...
HOT WATER PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
HOT WATER PROBLEM. Hot water is not a luxury but a necessity In every household. The numerous artificial water heaters on the market show that much time and thought have been given to the problem of heating water, even at a total disregard ot expense and danger. In this glorious climate of Southern California where the sun shines 300 days in the year, where fuel la expensive, one does not wish to heat up the Ijouae unnecessarily by a hot fire, the problem of heating water is a serious and extremely aggravating one. The many different makes of gas heaters, all "absolutely safe” where people understand how to run them, outside ot the expense of fuel are a continual source of trouble, expense and annoyance not to say danger. Accidents with gas or gasoline water heaters are generally due to the defectiveness of the hAter, or the inexperience or carelessness of the user. Carelessness is a trait of character which probably never will be wholly eradicated as long as human nature remains as...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Stop that Cough * ' V ■ ■ ‘ : ’*■ We have the remedy. Lloyd’s White Pine and tar COUgh syrup - *■ Highland Park Pharmacy 4 Acme Grocery .w ■ . •*. - . 5723 Pasadena *Ave , Watch this space We have news We want to spring gently * highland Park Wagon Works A. L. NIES, PROPRIETOR Horseshoeing A General BlacksntHhfng We carry a complete line New work to order of iron, steel, hardwood, Estimates furnished HIGHLAND * PARK IDEA T MARKET LILLIE, MILLS « 00. Fresh , Salt and Smoked Meat Telephone Ortei Praaptlj AttediJ To Phones | gome 39034 5725 Pasadena Ave.. Duvall &amp; Klages •» * - Dealers In High Grade GrooeHos S»01 PAMAOEMA AVEMUE Agents far Jevne’e Bread Phone Sunset 841 &lt;, Phone Home 39204 GOAL GOAL GOAL Any kind you want direct from mines, either in bulk, all lump or lacked. Either Black Diamond or Wellington. * Single sacks - 60c Quarter tons * $2.75 , Half tons - $5.25 - $10.50 Fuel and Plastering Material . We carry a full line of hay, inill feed and chicken ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Express Leave orders for expressing at the Star Real Estate Office, 6809 Pasadena ? avenue. C. O. Brees, Phone, East 1386. City phones, Main 1862, Home 1378. Residence East 2196 J. 0. Hawley, Pension attorney, notary public. 6113 Piedmont avenue, Highland Park. Home phone 39263. SIGN PAINTER. real estate men. C. E. Hule, 5820 Marmlon Way. 4-6-4. Suttle Brothers, Contractors. All kinds of team work. Residence, 6310 Eagle Rock avenue. Phone, East 574.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Bank of Highland Park LOAMS AMD INVESTMENTS Cr. W„E. GRIFFITH, President Capital Stock $lOO,OOO O no- third Paid Up Bank Blook 3700 Pmaadmnm Arm. Home Phone 39228 Sunset' E. 618 Highland Park "T See Us Real Estate Home Really Co 3950 Pasadena Ave Highland Park Lunch Room and Restaurant .... CHAS. STROLL. Proprietor. 5717 1-2 Pasadena Avenue. i T VSYCAMORE GROVE NURSERIES DO You want any Gardening work done ? You want your grounds looked after by the month? You want any Nursery Stock? ■ Come to us. We carry a full line of I -B" Ornamental Shrubs, Fruit Trees, B Palms, Ferns, Acacias, Eucalyptus, ete. Phone Orders Promptly Attended to Home 31254 '} r SAINT &amp; WARNER Sunset East 84« 4384 Pasadena Ave.' Highland Park Hardware Store RtTOHEY 3 BROTTHOiUC . WE DELIVER ALL GOODS BOTH PHONES Homa 39030 ■ Eaat 1431 3703 Paa Are. PHONES -Eaat 8101 Mama3o3ll STANDARD REAL ESTATE CO. - f RLAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, RENTALS AND LOANS 3713 Paaadmna Are. Oml. Phene East 1772 JOBBING Promptly...
■VERY BOY SHOULD LEARN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
■VERY BOY SHOULD LEARN. To ran. i " ' To swim. ■To carve. To be negg. make a dre. To be punctual. To do an errand. To cut kindlings. .To hang up his hat - - ‘. To bold bis head erect To respect bis teacher. To wipe his boots,on the agL * . To read aloud when requested. To cultivate a cheerful temper. To speak pleasantly to an old person. To put every garment in its, proper P.lace. To remove his hat upon entering a house. To laugh. A good laugh is better than medicine. To help and not tease boys smaller than himself. Not to let any other boy get ahead of him In his studies. To never make fun of children who are dressed. Not to go In the company of bad boys who use bad language. To be as kind and helpful to his slaters as to other poys 1 sisters. To attend strictly to his own business. A very important point Not to get sulky and pout whenever he couldn’t have his own way.To see If he couldn’t get people to like him by being civil to everybody. Tot keep his bands and face clean and 1 h...
Hew OmK Ha Help IS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Hew OmK Ha Help IS. That the geographical area of the United States Is not full; comprehended by the average foreigner Is lllus(trated by an anecdote. An Englishman. accompanied by' bis valet, had been traveling due west from • New lorlc for four days. At the end of the fourth day master and servant seated themselves In the smoker of the train, whence the man looked steadily from out of the car window. At last his companion grew serious. “John,” he said, "of what are you thinking?” “I was Just thinking, sir, about the discovery of Hamerloa,” replied the valet. "Columbus didn’t do such a womlertul thing when he found this Country, did he, sir? Ilnfter all's said and done, 'ow could ’e 'elo It?”
Ttye Watch-Dog in your Vest Pocket [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Ttye Watch-Dog in your Vest Pocket YOU can buy Health Insurance new. Several good " Accident" Companies sell It. Sixty dollars per year will bring you $25.00 per week, for evefy week you are Sick. But, your time alone may be worth far more than that. And $2OO per week might not pay for your suffering. That’s why "Cascaret” Insurance which prevents Sickness, is worth ten times as much money as other Health ” Insurance. Yet “Cascaret Insurance" will cost you less than Ten Cents a week. That gives you a “Vest Pocket" Box to carry constantly. • ~ * • “Indigestion” means food eaten but only partially digested. “Constipation" means food retained In the body undigested too long, till it decays. It then supplies the poisons of decay to the system, In place of the nourishment it might have supplied. Isn’t that a tremendous handicap worth Insuring against? What does It cost to Cure Constipation v pr Indigestion, with their train of small and great Ills, and to Insure against • return of them?...