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...EaatFr... [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
...EaatFr... By Miss Mary Flacks. Easter, the day which commemorates the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ from the tomb and His victory over Death, should mean much to us. We should go within the sanctuaries of our hearts and take communion. Ideals, aspirations and lofty thoughts which have been smothered and buried should be resurrected. Clothe yourself in the garments of happiness, good-will and courage, and leave the mistakes, vain regrets, cankering malicies and blighting selfishness as grave-clothes folded in the tomb of the past. You will find this old world a pretty good place after all. I remember as a child that, when looking through a colored glass, everything assumed the same hue as the glass. So, if you view the world with the glass of discontent and faultfinding, you will see the defects of both nature and manaind. You will miss the beautiful cluster of sparkling diamonds on the spear of grass, or the colored arch that spans the heavens after the rain, because you ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
T. E. SHANNON, Pres. East 865 F. W. PHELPS, Sec’y East 594 “HOUSES BUILT ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN" PHELPSSHANNON INVESTMENT CO. Incorporated, Capital Stock 950,000 BEAL ESTATE, BBNTALS AND INSUBANCE GENERAL HARDWARE Eagle Bock Avenue and Mahan tonga Way East 565 REAL. EST ATE You Furnish the Bargains 1 will Furnish the Customers I Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers Geo. Diddoek, Corner Central and Colorado Ste. Eagle Bock Valley, Phone East 2225 I Phones: East 11 Home 39272 Montgomery &amp; Muffin Lumber Co. Highland Park Bed or Yellow Garvanaa Car to Avenue 61. A. E. FINLEY CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Only fort-class work solicited. Positively no business transacted on Sundays Phone C 9231 Residence 318 North Avenue 65 Los Angeles, Cal. Bobert Henry Brown, Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier ' | P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier &lt; &gt; Eaalr Burk Hank Capital, 925,000 Full Paid ;; Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are workin...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
Local Events Regina Lane is now being paved and graded. Miss Marguerite Keyes has been on the sick list for the past few days. Mr. D. B. Shrode of Mahantongo Way is now in possession of a fine new piano. Golden Pollard made a week-end visit to Claremont, where he stayed with relatives. Miss Kellie Keyes spent Saturday night with her aunt, Mrs. Chamberlin, at Highland Park. Miss Bessie M. Hargis of Lawrence, Kan., spent Easter Sunday with the Misses Keyes on Mahantonga Way, Miss Lucy Marlinee of North Dakota, who has spent the winter with the Misses Keyes, returned to her home Wednesday. Vicnor B. Keyes and Miss Lillian Keyes spent Tuesday evening with their cousin, Mrs. Bunn, on Boyle Heights. B. S. Eaton and wife have moved into the Blairmore cottage on Mahantonga Way, which they recently purchased of the Bell family. Myers &amp; Kulli report the sale of part of lots 61 and 62 on Neola St. to F. T. Lea. This lot is very sightly and Mr. Lea proposes to build a home and a .'■...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
ICE CREAM! In Any Quantity Candies, Fruits, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacca, etc., etc. William Bryson, Confectioner 1-2 block west of end of Eagle Bock Avenue Car Line FOR SALE! Rose Bushes 10c up. Pansy Plants 25c a dozen. Apply W. W. Thornburg, 2nd house from Ann and ale school. East 1516. East 983 Home 39396 Ohio Market Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish Oysters and Poultry "The Best of Everything" Phone orders a specialty SMITH &amp; CALLANDER 603 York Blvd. HOME GOODS Lawn Mowers Garden Hose Croquet Sets Hammocks Lawn Tennis Kodaks H.Hoegee Co. Inc 138-140-142 South Main St. [ professional ) Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. Sundays by appointment DR. S. Y. VAN METER 3638 Pasadena Avo. Highland Park Phones: East 32 C-9011 Residence, 140 East Ave. 53 Phones: East 2265, Home 39342 Office, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, one block west of end of Eagle Bock Avenue car line Phone East 2217 Main 3910 F-7800 OTTOSCHR...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
Bmuet Olendsle 2011 Home 834 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 010-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OB NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT A .e. .e. .e. .e. .e. .e. .e. .e. .e. .e. .e. .e. T . A V Just Arrived From Chicago S! Bath Room Ai MIRRORS y While Enamel ❖ Bed Room %♦ Early English Hall A Golden Oak x X Dakan Furniture Co. 5638 Pasadena Avenue, Phillips Building A American German French Beveled Latest Patterns 20c and up HIGHLAND PABK Phone East 2751 ♦♦♦ 'Deal with the man who does in his line the moA business—there's a reason (or it* Edwards &amp; Wildey Co. Capital $50,000 REAL ESTATE Our Eage Rock Sales Now Over One-and-a-half Millions MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES BUILT ON EASY PAYMENTS. FIRE INSURANCE. We pay commission to agents on all our Eagle Rock Sub-divisions. 'lt Pays to See Us* 232 Laughlin Building. 3rd and Broadway, Los Angeles Branch in Eagle Rock Bank Bldg, and st Central and Colorado Aves.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
Miss A. N. Swan COLORADO AND CASTLE STREETS EAGLE ROCK VALLEY DRY GOODS and NOTIONS Muslins, Cambrics, Ginghams, Toweling, Table Oil Cloths Complete Line of Notions Writing Paper and Envelopes, Tablets, Pens and Ink TOILET ARTICLES Soaps, Perfumes, Tooth Brushes, Talcum Powder, Gauze and Cotton. Embroideries and Laces Infant’s Goods Your Patronage is Solicited
Local News of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
Local News of the Week The Welch building is now ready for occupancy. Work is progressing nicely on Rev. Hare’s new residnece. Dr. J. H. Powell’s fine new fl-room modern bungalow is nearly completed. It has been stated by good authority that gas will be in within the next 60 days. Mrs. Marbut is spending the week in Fullerton visiting at the home of her mother. Mr. F. W. Williams is having the interior of his home on Central Ave. remodeled. The Ritchey k Grotthouse building will be completed entirely by the end of this week. The residence on Central Ave. has been completed and will be occupied by Mr. Fowler. Mrs. Ellis Rhodes arrived Sunday from Chicago, where she spent the last eleven months. Mrs. A. M. Bliesner of Hollywood was a visitor at Mrs. L, Herzog’s home last Monday. The Gardner place on Ellen wood Drive is nearing completion, the second floor having been laid. The work on the new Methodist Church is rapidly progressing under the supervision of Mr. J. A. Barber. The erecti...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
J. L EDWARDS Cement Contractor ALL WORK GUARANTEED E. r. D. No. 1, Box 261 Phono But 2306 EAGLE BOOK Sure— That one word turns up the'ad- - vantages of buying Groceries at the Bon-Ton Grocery You're SURE of Quality SURE of Quantity, and SURE of a square deal Join our Increasing List of Pleased Customers 848 Eagle Rock Ave. G. P. Pollard. Prop. East 400 Bollinger’s Grocery Commencing Friday, April 1, until the Bth of April, we sell all can goods of 20c-2 for 35c variety, at 2 for 25c. 1 lb Green Peas 5c 2 lb Asparagus 15c 4 Bunches Spinich 5c Apples, 6 lbs. 25c My Teat and Coffees are the beftwhy not patronize your grocer? Get our prices on Wood, Coal, Grain and Oil. Trips made through Eagle Bock every day. Eagle Rock Ave. East 030 HIGHLAND PARK FURNITURE CO. A large stock of all of household Goods, both new and second-hand. We can save you money, car-fare ynd trouble, besides you get the goods as soon as you order them. EAST 1447 GEO.. C. THORNBURG 5709 PASADENA AVENUE
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
„..FER DON’S.... "CttoU*o*3mT Delicious Ice Cream Sodas, Candy and Coofedkms. Full Line o( Ggars aftd Tobaccos Colorado aud Central Am. Douglas Hollingworth PLUMBING Phone East 654 Bank Building Eagle Bock Valley Phone East 1148 Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Rock and vicinity and wo therefore greatly desire your trade. Central and Colorado Streets Eagle Bock East 2070 E. E. Quinn, Prop. Eagle Rock Meal Market Choice Meats, Fish, Poultry, Etc. Sour Krout and Oysters Daily trips made through Eagle Bock Your patronage solicited Reasonable Prices Colorado and Central Aves. Eagle Bock Notice to the Public I have in stock three car loads of' plumbing supplies, a full line of all fixtures, and can quote carload prices. Estimates furnished upon request. Jobbing given special attention. Water pipe furnished and laid for half the price of hose. Cesspools a specialty. F. S. Hannaford SANITARY PLUMBING Eagle Bock Ave. and Colorado Street East 844 E...
DAVIS AND THROOP ELECTED TRUSTEES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 April 1910
DAVIS AND THROOP ELECTED TRUSTEES One of the most sensational school elections ever held in this section was the election for school trustees for the Annandalc district which was held at the Annandale school on last Friday. The candidates were A. C. Davis, R. A. Throop, Mr. White and Miss Mary hoy. Voters from various parts of the district were brought to the polls in autos and buggies to cast their votes. In all there were 110 votes cast, but there were several there who could not vote on account of improper registration. The most interesting feature of the day came when the ballots were counted at sundown. The scene represented that of a horse race, there being fully 75 people present, all watching to see who shall be the trustees for the next term. When the votes were counted it was lonnd that there were 64 votes cast in fav of A. 0. Davis, 5o for R. A. 54 for Miss Foy and 36 for Mr. White. The new trustees will not take office uniil July, and if the annexation of the Annandale s...
Seriously Hurt In Runaway [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 April 1910
Seriously Hurt In Runaway While out driving at South Pasadena on Wednesday t afternoon of last week, Miss Daisy Rogers, Miss Helen Howard and Lester Edwards were seriously injured when the horses took fright at a passing auto, and after running for a considerable distance beyond the control of the driver, were run into by a Santa Fe train at the Lincoln Park crossing. Both horses were instantly killed and the buggy completely demolished. Miss Howard had her left leg so badly crushed that it was necessary to have it amputated, besides receiving other dangerous injuries, but has some hope of recovery under the skill of the physicians at the Santa Pe hospital. Miss Rogers was also painfully hurt, but is now staying at home under good care, where her recovery is certain. Edwards is now up and around again and his condition is better than was expected. The work on the streets in Occidental Park is being done and in order to push the wont through rapidly, tie W. A. Roberts Realty Co., the...
Sales At Occidental Park For the Week Total $10,550 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 April 1910
Sales At Occidental Park For the Week Total $10,550 The W. A. Roberts Realty company, exclusive agents for Occidental Park, sold this week lots for same aggregatin g$ 10,550, as follows: J. G. Hobson, 100 by 150, Paulhan, near Alcatraz, $2700; C. B. Johnson, 170 by 165, northwest corner of Campus road and Armandale avenue, $5850; also 50 by 153, Campus, near Paulhan, $2OOO. The company has added an acreage and exchange department to its business and placed it in charge of Thos. P. Ford, who has had an active experience of several years in those linos, and is famfliar with both city and country properties.
To Organize Tennis Club [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 April 1910
To Organize Tennis Club The following residents of Eagle Rock Valley form the nucleus of a now Tennis Club: Hugh and David Baillie, Donald Davis, Ralph Rogers, L. Herzog, L. V. Stockwell, Jessie E. Rogers, Elsie M. Rogers, Erna Herzog, Mrs. 11. O. Davis, Mrs. Harry Davis. Mr. t. Herzog has kindly offered the club the use of his grounds and court until larger grounds can be procured. It is the intention of the promoters to have at least two lota large enough for two courts, a club house, with dressing and bath rooms, and a hall large enough for entertainments and dances. The charter membership will be limited to 30 and residents of the valley, Eagle Rock Ave. and adjacent streets are requested to till out the application for membership and send snme to address given: Mr. Hugh Baillie: Dear Sir: —Believing the organizing of a club on above lines will be a great credit to our Valley, and will be of great assistance in raising the social standard of this beautiful section and provide a ...
Work Started on New Park [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 April 1910
Work Started on New Park The Huntington Land Company nas started on the work preparatory to creating a park in the Eagle Rock Canyon. There are now about 10 men at wont clearing away the brush \and an increased force will soon be working. It is said that the park will be over a mile long and when finished will be one of the most romantic in Southern California.
LEAGUE HOLDS REGULAR MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 April 1910
LEAGUE HOLDS REGULAR MEETING The Eagle Rock Improvement League met at the Symphony Hall Monday, April 4, with President Qalhmpe in the chair. Subjects of general interest and which had the improvement of the valley in view were discussed. One subject which aroused great interest was that of getting electricity in the valley. The pros and cons for different companies were heard, but no definite plans were reached. The suggestion of getting it from Glendale was made. As the gas proposition is a sure thing, let the good citizens get out and boost for electricity. The Valley is oiessed with all that nature can bestow. We will soon have all conveniences and improvements that may be desired.