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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
Highland Park Poultry Ranch Mrs. A. T. Gray &amp; Son, „ Proprietors Thoroughbred Blue Andalusians White Pekin Ducks Barred and White Plymouth Rocks Eggs incubated and baby chicks for sale. North Ave 66 Near Sherman Ave Telephone Kast 951 Highland Park P. 0. Girt Decorating Pottery £ Going East on tha Santa Fa You can visit quaint Moki Land, the Petrified Forest and the Grand Canyon of Artei
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Score* of Herald friend* assure us that they send their paper to some Eastern friend, each wee|s, thus advertising the beauties and activities of Highland Park in an effective way. Do likewise. Subscribe for a few extra copies and have them go East regularly. Club prices of $1 per year will be made when five yearly sub;, script ions are ordered. Hard rubber tires at the Highland Park Wagon Works, 6108 Pasadena aveThe last regular meeting of the Ebeil Club for the season was held Tuesday. On Tuesday, May 29th, the club will enjoy a big picnic in Eastlake 1 I»ark. I Landscape gardening—that’s one of our | specialties. Sycamore Grove Nurseries, Saint &amp; Warner, 4584 Pasadena avenue. Call us up, Home 31254, East 848. Mrs. F. M. Grant of 144 Roselawn Drive,, and her daughter, Miss Mar-, garet, will soon leave for a two years’ tour of Europe. Why break your back raising the 1 old wagon when you can buy a wagon jack of the Highland Park Wagon Works 6108 ...
SIGN PAINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
SIGN PAINTER. All kinds of signs, special prices to real estate men. C. E. Rule, 5820 Marmlon Way, _ 4-6-4. Carl O. Paaktrd a letter pub!l?hsi Id these column* last week,-«dvoc«tl"a Immediate paving of Pasadena avenue, was received with- much fatorabl* comment. It was considered that f the heaviest property owner on Pa'a dena avenue favored expensive Improvement of the street from an Investment point of view, then others should hardly be inclined to see ■it-iL any other light. , -- - We have a nice C-room home on E. Ave. 56, which can be bought on easy terms. A splendid investment opportunity; for a few days only, Sre Harris &amp; Garth, 5421 Monte Vista st. I ♦ I Mrs. Trask of Echo street, betwee:; | Avenue 52 and 53, gave a reception Friday afternoon for the Ebeil Club of Highland Park. A very entertaining programme was rendered and refreshments were sejved. | THE CRESCENT REAL ESTATE &amp; ! Investment Co., of 6015 Pasadena ave., has a reputation tor selling thing...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
your Blood. Give it a good cleansing. The greater part of diseases are 'caused by Impuro Blood . T n=Fo=Lio PURIFIES THE BLOPD and CURES all DISEASES traceable to a BAD CONDITION of the BLOOD. Highland Park Pharmacy . 5705 Pasadena Ave The News Do U Want good goods at lowest prices? - How about prompt delivery? TRY US r Both Phones: Home 39298 Sunset East 747 ' Acme Grocery -5723 Pasadena Ave m WI Ibetf t- ■ i HIGHLAND PARK MEAT MARKET LILLIE, MILLS &lt; 00. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meat Telephone Orders Promptly Attended To Phones j Home 39034 5725 Pasadena Ave. , Duvall &amp; Klages Dealers In High Grade Groceries 5801 PASADENA AVENUE Aomntm tor Jmvnm'* Bread Phone Sunset 841 Phone Home 39204 t COAL COAL COAL Any kind you wartt direct from mines, either in bulk, all lump or poked. Either Black Diamond or&gt;.Wellington. _ Single sacks Half tons *’ 60c„. Quarter tons *5.25 Tons $2.75 $10.50 Fuel and Plastering Material "We carry a. full line of hay, grain, mil...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
It is just as easy and as satisfactory to buy goods over the telephone of us as at our store personally. . , ■ ■ i* HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY. Prettyman &amp; Son. Home 39105; S. S. East 595. ' .9 G. W, Robbins, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Watches,' clocks, * jewelry, music boxes and spectacles repaired and warranted. 5938 Pasadena avenue, Highland Park. Now is the time to paint. SherwinWilliams paint will; please you. Ritchey ft .Grotthouse. v _. '
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
Bank of Highland Park LOANS AND INVESTMENTS G. \V. E. GRIFFITH, President Capital Stock $lOO,OOO One-third Paid Up Bank Blook 8700 Paaadana Ara. ■'*'-" ~ • - ■ ! Sunset H. 618 ’ Highland Park ' Rea! Estate Home Realty Co 5950 Pasadena Ave Us Home Phono 39228 Highland Park Lunch Room and Restaurant .... CHAS. STROLE. Proprietor. 5717 1-2 Pasddena Avenue. .-v SYCAMORE GROVE NURSERIES You want ajiy Gardening work done ? I ■■ ■ You want your grounds looked after by the IvV V -month?—— You want any Nursery Stock? ■ Come to us. We carry a full line- of ■ Ornamental Shrubs, Fruit '^ies, I I jll Palms, Ferns, Acacias, Eucalyptus, etc. Phone Orders Promptly Attended to Home 31254 SAINT* WARNER S-n-nset East 848 . 4584 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park Hardware Store RITCHEY A BBOTTMOUME WE DELIVER ALL GOODS BOTH PMOMEM Hamm 38338 Earn! 1431 BIOS Paaadana Ara. ' FHOME3 EamtSIBI Homa 30811 STANDARD REAL ESTATE CO. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, RENTALS AND LOANS 8710 Paaadana Arm. , Lam Angular, Oal. CHIMN...
H'GHLAND PARKHAPPENIftGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
H'GHLAND PARKHAPPENIftGS You can get three loaves of ten cent bread for a quarter at Shannpn’s Bakery, 5805 Pasadena avenue. A lodge of the Rebeccas was organized yesterday In Woods' Hail, with a very enjoyable program and delicious refreshments.. . ' Call up East 13C5 for all kinds of ! practical ■feardd^iing. It is to start a local Chess dub. Anyone who may be Interested is requested to address R. O. A. C„ Box 84, Gnrvanza. Wagon jacks at Highland Park Wag--1 on Works, 6108 Pasadena avenue. j A tent house for rent; furniture for j sale. Mrs. G. C. Lindsey, 5103 Gra- ( naaa street. f Wm. Elsey reports that the New York street improvement petition has been signed by nearly every property cwmrr on the street; find wtli be placed Jucfci-e the council at once. The work will no doubt soon commence. , We carry a full line of ornamental | shrubs, fruit trees; palms, ferns, acacias,eucalyptus, etc. Sycamore Grove Nursej.ries, 4584 Pasadena avenuecsr 4, . G, M. Sumner, the., mantel and fm -...
The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
The Churches. Services at, tha Higlilaud Ea.£k C;u;itian church each Lord's day. Sundayschool at 9 ;45 a. m. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 6:4.* m. and evening service at 7 :3c. All are cordially invited to attend. Holiness Church. —Sunday schq.il U) H.m. ; Preaching. 11 a.m. ; Young People’s meeting, 7 :15 p. ni. ; evening Service, 8 p.ui.; prayer meeting. Wednesday, 8 p.m. Home prayer meeting, Friday, 2 p.m. Kev. Teal, pastor. ' * Church of the Angels. Episcopa*— Ave 84. Rev. Milton 8. Rankle, B. D., vicar. Regular services every Sunday at 11 o’clock and S o'clock Sunday school at 9 ;30 at 'an Raphael block, cor. Aw. 64 and Pasadena ave. This church is the Bishop’s chapel. All persons are welcome"'to the services of this charch. Rectory phone 39283. Cumberland Presbyterian Mission, corner of Avenue 58 and Marmlon Way. Services, preaching 11 a. ni.. 7 30 p. m. every Sabbath. Sunday swhool, »:30 a. m. Prayer meeting, 7 30 every Thursday. Rev. N. F. Gill it supplying...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
'lff Get in and skate Skates at the Occidental 6023 Pasadena Ave Skates repaired at the Occidental . Skates traded for second hand bicycles . r # VK &amp; The Occidental 6023 Pasadena Ave HOME PHONE 39340 BICYCLE BARGAINS FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS. -Ten Cornell bicycles with bral.es, city price $35; our price $45. S(x Trumph bicycles with brakes, city price. *4flt,oo our price $30.00. Our 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, s9p $lO, $l5, etc. These are exceptional values In used bicycles. 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 fer family use for they are worth fully double our selling price. We make It easy for you to get an up-to-date standard bicycle by accepting as part payment your old wheel, or sell...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS A full of ihe Inerting of the Garransa T. W. t'. 'T U. will be given in our next ianue. Mrs. Cuculits and Mrs. Solomon, owners cf two corners of Avenue 61 and Piedmont ave., sold during the past week. Rubber tires— \v# can supply you. Highland Park Wagon Works, 6toB Pasadena avenue. -*% Mrs. Dr. Falling of 6009 Monte Vista ; has returned to her old home at Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Marshall and family of 5123 j 1 Pasadena avenue have returned to ! j Denver, Colo. , FOR RENT—Furnished suite, two ! i rooms and kitchen In a new house, 238 , W. Ave. 52. Phone 39193. ,; \ • * * ! Miss Reed now occupies her remodeled home at 5101 Monte Vista. &lt; —- - ■ - - - j For water pipe go to Highland Park 1 Wagon Works, 6108 Pasadena avenue. During the lenten season the ladles of Highland Park Episcopal Mission sewed for the Alaskan Indians, apd 1 their work was unfortunately l destroyed in the San Francisco Are. FOR SALE—A fine lot 46x135 to alley. on Avenue 50; $l...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
Mli ■ ,t ■ y Meet me at the fountain’ OF THE -r* 9. 3711 Pasadena Ave And try one of these: Lovers’ Delight Sundae Italian Creme Sundae Chop Sooey Sundae Nut Sundae Occidental Sundae Pepsin Phosphate Orange Phosphate Lemon Phosphate Egg Phosphate Egg Sherry Lil Egg Chocolate Plain, Seltzer and Fruit Lemonades If you try one of them, You will come again lea Oream Department We are now keeping Strawberry, Vanilla Ice Cream, Orange and Pineapple Ice, constantly. Deliveries free. Cigar Department Cigars to suit everyone’s taste. 1 HIGHLAND PARK HARNESS SHOP . F- J.. Crawford. Proprietor WE gauraNtee our harness and SHOE WORK. GIVE US A CALL 5719 Pasadena Avenue highland Park PHONES V " SUNSET HLV I&gt;. aiwl GOLDEN GATE AVE. Phone North W7. HKJJiLAND P A H K Oitit’f Phone Ea&gt;t Home ‘M JI OFFICES SUNSET HLVD. and GOLDEN GAT** AVE. HIGH LAND |» A Xi Iv 1 PasudfTiir Are. ELSEY &amp; WOOD Rea / Estate Insurance, Loans Sunaat Bird, and Highland Park Proparty A SPEC...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
To Sell Your Property List it with Us Our facilities are Unsurpassed Our experience insures satisfaction to both buyer and seller. CARL Q. PACKARD, East 529. Home 39033 a .-•■• I. 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 decomposed granite, rich and free from :: :: :: :: ;• :: PRICES ARE $lOO AND UP Terms are one tenth down and |5.00 per month. All streets are graded and oiled. Water on every street. :: Crites, Myers &amp; Kulli '"garvanza 64 Highland Park Building Company NO CHARGE FOR PLANS OR ESTIMrA T E 8~ Phone East 786 599S Pasadena Ave. Los •*r.. sts-A tiasMcats i Highland Park Terrace The finest of the Highland Park Hill Tracts. Inside the city limits between Ave. 50 &amp;52&gt;Large lots 50x150 $7OO...
I GARVANZA GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
I GARVANZA GLEANINGS. ....... • 3sn - w r «eMis QARVANZA HERALD You can find anything you want in ladles' and gent’s furnishings in the Garvanza Department Store, 109 So. AVenue 64. . Mrs: A. M. Young, who has been Indisposed for a couple of weeks Is much improved Among the remaining bargains that the Haynes Realty Co. are; handling there Is a particular fine tract for subdivision on the Eagle Rock Valley car line to be had cheap. It Is a big snap and won’t last long, so call at once. Good terms can be had on this. A M. Eden Albee, the superlntednet of the Methodist Episcopal Sunday School, left this week for Las Vegas, Nev. He expects to return before very long. Mr. Singer reports that the San Rafael Terrace Tract Is booming. Mr. Greenshaw's mansion is progressing finely. Two other houses are to be commenced soon. The new house on the corner of Eagle Rock and N. 64th Avenue, is now occupied by Mrs. Marsh, who has recently arrived from Minneapolis. Her mother, Mrs. McKinney, resides...
AUDUBON SOCIETY AT MINERAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
AUDUBON SOCIETY AT MINERAL PARK. The California Audubon Society of Pasadena held their annual picnic and business meeting at Mineral Park last Saturday afternoon. Loye Holmes Miller, Professor of biology and natufe study at the State Normal school, gave a splendid talk on the "Character of Bird Music," In which he perfectly Imitated the note* of many birds. Dr. B. L. Conger of Pasadena, told of the work done in his city toward securing the Arroyo Seco for a park 'and urged all bird and nature lovers to aid In this good work. Olive Thorne Miller was a guest of honor of the Society.' ,■ v. ... After the program those present visited the Ostrich Farm, the managers having extended a cordial invitation to them to do so. The Pasadena Audubon Society, cooperating with sister organizations of the State, expect* to soon organize a State Society, in order that more efficient Work may be carried on. The annual membership fee will be &lt;sne dollar; life membership ten dollars. All inte...