Elephind.com contains 5,124 items from Highland Park Herald
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
W. L. Douglas ’34°&amp; $ 3=SHOES F Kt *. L. Douglas $4.00 Gilt Edgie Line cannot bo equallad at any price. „vDOUC Uj SHOES PRICES '■cr. F.ST rut WORLD J-o/ r 7 s s*r. 'o* ESTABusjJjp s^ i 'jULYg |BJ* Capital *2,50(1000 MAKES A SELLS MORE %&amp;jkctS&amp;?fiS V&amp;*&amp; £S™“ - $lO,OOO Oitprove thi, statement". 11 “ II Icould take ynm into my three large factories It Brockton, Mas*., and ahow you the infinite fare with which every pair of shoes is made, you wouid realize why W. L. Douglas 5»3.50 shoef Mst more to make, why they hold their shape, tit better, wear longer, and are of greater rm Mmn, 02,10, SOTf" greai 1 any other $3.50 shoe, rono Made Shamm for .OOt. Boy' School A mraa, . .ON. — insist upon having WX.Douglos shoes. Taka no substitute. None genuine •Without his name and priee stamped on bottom. fast Color Eyelets usqd ; they will nol wear brassy. write for illustrated Catalog. W. I. DOUGLAS. Brockton, Mteaa. L. A. X. U. 1900 20 '...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature of Glias. H. Fletcher, and has been made under ii&lt;« mBWMaI supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and ” are but Experiments, and endanger the health of children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Oastorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ,«sf substance, its age is its guaran and allays Feverishness, it cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nutates the Fc ’ Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms rerlshness. It cures Diarrli * * Teething Troubles, cure Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and" natural*sleep. The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, : ates the The Kind You Hare Always Bought Bean the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. TH« C...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
■J V 51--V "i ’. "• : ,■ - • S,- ■ • . ** **' • yj'. .Wv • . *«.»•?$ ; &gt;»V . rf ;. ■' aThe restrictions placed on Shakespeare must inevitably attract the best people. &gt;■ » The entire tract will he graded, sidewalks laid, water and gas furnished, and a public lighting system installed. Work to begin as soon as contracts can he ~L •• - v. '-I*' \ . •* . All avenues leading .to the Ocean are named fur famous poets. \our favorite is among them. * You can pay a fancy price for a beach lot if you want to—but tour neighbor will get a better one at Shakespeare for $650.00. I "T A Beach for Refined Only 11 miles from I,os. Angeles.. Situated between Manhattan Headl and Redondo. tl'ie’territory in-which both the Huntington and Harriman interests are striving-fon supremacy. IHie Huntington people are now building a gigantic power plant at Redondo, to cost $1,250,000 and are negotiating for the right of wav for their proposed short'lute from Los Angeles to Redsuulu via Man...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HERALD Local News of Highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Mill Park, hermon, Mt. Washington, Eagle Rock and New York Valley , NO. 50, VOL. 1, HIGHLAND PARK, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY: MAY 26,1906 Published Weekly: $1.50 per year; 15c per month
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
The way to be safe is never to feel secure. » One can bear grief, but It takes two to be glad. The idea that you have enemies Is egotism gone to seed. He who sells what isn’t his’n, Must buy it back or go to prison. He who f|ils bravely—hag not truly failed, but is himself also a conquerorIf the political bee la buzzing in your bonnet, it may be a humbug after all. , Xo woman should think of marrying until she acquires a forgiving disposition. ' ■ , , , There is an everlasting difference between making a living and making a life. .- people you meet act as though they thought you were responsible for the weather. We are traveling toward the beautiful city of the ideal. We know we shall never reach ft. but the suburbs are Very pleasant. Difference between a statesman and a politician. The statesman want's to do something for his country and the politician wants his country" to do something for him. Beware how you speak 111 of any woman. On the purity of a woman depends the future of t...
TO ADVERTISE HIGHLAND PARK [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
TO ADVERTISE HIGHLAND PARK The Herald man. in talking with several business men this week, was advised of their desire to co-operate in a project' to advertise Highland Park in an extensive and effective manner. It was thought that the ten or fifteen real estate firms of this vicinity, who would be the more direct beneficiaries of the plan, should unite and take a page or half page in the Los Angeles dailies regularly on Sundays or other days If more desirable, and to place the advantages of Highland Park before the people in a way to reach tens of thousands who have never visited us. The idea Is certainly very timely. Highland Park has attractions which charm even the casual visitor, and those who are careful enough to inquire into our social, climatic and edu» cational advantages are usually unable to resist the Tbfnptatlon to cast their lot with us. One $5O commission placed In the pool by each agent would pay for an amount of advertising in the city papers, which would bring sev...
ARROYO PARK OR BOULEVARD? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
ARROYO PARK OR BOULEVARD? There Is much agitation of the proposition to purchase practically the entire arroyo bed . from Sycamore Grove to the "South Pasadena or Pasadena city limits, and to convert it into a park, to connect with the arroyo park which Pasadena will establish. The question confronts us as to who is to furnish the Immense amount of capital which will be required. It will nbt be wise to look to the city to embark In this enterprise, as Los Angeles is already engaged quite extensively in the park business, in fact seems to be unable to properly improve all the park areas which It now possesses While the park idea is very commendable, would it not be wise to agitate something more within reach, and more likely to be accomplished? With Sycamore Grove at Highland Park’s southern limits, and the Pasadena ar royo park beginning a f Garvanza’s northern limits, would not an arroyo boulevard connecting the two be a Highly desirable prize for which we might strive? The land fo...
CLIMBED THE MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
CLIMBED THE MOUNTAIN. Last "Siturday ’ occurred the annuaT outing of class No. 7 ot th-e Presbyterian Sunday school —a class of ten boys or young men, for they are now fast maturing into young men, with a faculty of crowding more of a good time into twelve hours than can bo imagined by any one not acquainted with them. They have taken an excursion to the canyons or the foothills in the month of May, with'their leader, Mr. Geo. R, Whitcomb, every, year since he took charge of thp class, but this year Wilson’s Peak In the Sierra Madre Range was their objective point. A big ten seated rig from the Lusk Cab Co. took them to the foot of the trail, in Santa Anita canyon, leaving Highland Park at 7 o’clock. They left'the canyon at 9:30, ate dinner at the half-way house at 11:30 and reached the summit, an elevation of over 0000 feet, at the end of a nine mile climb, at 2:15 in the afternoon. Every member of the party was as fresh as at the start and good for another ten miles. Two hours wer...
HERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
HERMON. J. Mushrush is building a 6-room cottage for J. B. Freeland on his lot on Roberts ave. Rev. W. E. Shepard and family are among the latest addition to Hermon, having purchased the Elwell and Adams properties on Redfield avenue. The home of M. L. Wilkinson was slightly damaged by fire a few days ago. Mr. N. T. Haston of the Pasadena Investment Co., called on Wednesday and adjusted the loss. The infant daughter of Mr. Whitney is very low with pneumonia. The Diamond Real Estate office reports the sale of two lots at Hermon; one in block 20, and one in the Carlston tract. G. W. Pike has transferred his twostory flat on Ebey avenue for city property. The new owner moved in Thursday. • The commencement exercises of the Los Angeles Free Methodist Seminary will be held In the seminary chapel, beginning Friday evening, June Ist. The following is the program for commencement week: Friday, 7:30 p. m., exercises of the primary dept.; Saturday, 7:30 p. m., promotion exercises; Sabbath, 10...
MT. WASHINGTON, BEAiT'I- I FUL. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
MT. WASHINGTON, BEAiT'I- I FUL. "Like a symbol of hope, ere the dawning, - It heralds the coming of light, And last, at the day’s declining, Is veiled in the shadows of night." If you have not yet visited -this charming hilltop, there Is a pleasure In store- for you. Here every natural charm makes the outlook an unmixed Joy. Around you. the gfently swelling hills rise to a lofty height, and smile down upon vales, unsurpassed In fertility. Afar, the broad expanse of ocean stretches off to the west. In this city of surprises, there Is none greater than the combination of i contrasting advantages offered here ! - Where else can you behold the j ocean, the snow-capped mountains, and and yet be within easy reach of the , heart of the city? People who are gifted with that farsighted vision which makes fortunes ' (or its possessors, are buying and | building in this section, with the cer- ; tainty of realizing large profits In the i near future. When the new observe-' tpry Is completed, an...
WHY DON’T YOU REGISTER? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
WHY DON’T YOU REGISTER? The breweries on the Edst Side have had all their men registered .long ' ago. Likewise the railroad companies | and corporations. Yet many of the Christian voters of Highland Park and Garvanza have not registered, and continue to wonder why they don’t accomplish anything in the reform of the corrupt government of the city. C. L. Looker, deputy county clerk, will be at the, Arroyo. ,5711 Pasadena avenue, on Saturday evening, and if you have the good of the community and of the city at heart, by all means appear there and get your name on the Great Register. The people are going to turn the rascals out.
MUSIC AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
MUSIC AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. In the morning the anthem will be "Near Is the Lord, Our God,” by Rheinberger, and Mrs. W. A. Roberts will sing “I Heard the Voice of Jesus," as offertory. the evening there will be a praise service with the following program: Hymn— PrayerAnthem—Praise the Lord, O My Soul. Watson. Duett —Lead, Kindly Light, Lansing. By Mrs. Roberts and Miss Cortelyou. Scripture Lesson Solo —O Eyes That are Weary, Brackett: Miss Grace Whltehorn. Anthem —Praise Ye the Father, Gounod. Scripture Lesson. Duett —Ever JJear Us, Franz Abt; Miss Whltehorn and Miss Wentworth. Hymn— Offertory Solo —O Love Divine, NevIn; Mr. Herman Cortelyou. Anthem—The Heavens Resound, Beethoven. Closing Hymn. ,
HIGHLAND PARK FOOTHILL " HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK FOOTHILL " HOMES. The Times' real estate man has been reading the Highland Park Herald. He has discovered that foothill homes are the thing. Hear him.: Several times within the last year this department has pointed out the superior attractiveness of what is known as the foothill regions around Los Angeles. ...There were signs innumerable of pending improvements and progress soon to be initiated all along this exceedingly beautiful and healthful region of Southern California. This was not a new thing in these parts. Time out of mind, the eyes of the people of taste and intelligence, as well as of invalids, have caught these beautiful uplands and been charmed by their aspect and their climate. The movement forseen In this department as long as ten months ago is now under way, and promises soon to be in full swing.
J. H. Wolf, Shoemaker. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
J. H. Wolf, Shoemaker. 5903 Paasdena avenue. First class work guaranteed. Our fine finishing is the delight of all «or patrons. Hay and alfalfa, second crop at Chas. E. Cole’s feed store,., 6103 Pasadena avenue. Phones East 446; Home 39173. y Take good care of the male at the head of the pen. Sometimes they are so gallant they don’t get enough feed. Feel their crop at night to see If they are well suppered. If not, teach them to eat by lantern light. It’s a little trouble, but It Is a paying Investment. —Live Stock Tribune. The estimates of the population of Pekin vary from 500,000 to 1,600,000. OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE NEWS. The fourteenth annual inter-col-legiate .--oratorical -Contest ’ called out a good attendance at Simpson's Auditorium on Saturday evening. Each college was represented by a goodly number of students, who made the air resound with their songs and yells. This is the first year that, Whittier has contested, and their delegation produced much fun “by their unique yells; ...
DELTA PHI OMEGI ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
DELTA PHI OMEGI ENTERTAINED. Miss Leah Phillips of 5G34 Pasadena avenue, very pleasantly entertained members of the Delta Phi Omegl society of which she is a member. The decoration scheme was carried out in the colors of the sorority, green and gold. A delightful program was rendered, games were enjoyed and refreshments served. The members present were: Edna Barlow, Grace Phelps, Bessie Rudesill, Bessie Warner, Margaret Curtis. Bessie Wendling, Marie Preston, ValHe Demmlng. The guests were Miss Mabel Smith, Gertrude Stebblns, Gertrude and Carolyn Knight, Marjory Mosher.