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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
-LINERS--WANTED—To rent good typewriter with privilege of buying if suitable. Apply “T. W.” Sentinel Office. TOR SALE—Entire furnishings of * six.room bouse. Apply of Mrs. O. H. Brown, La Prada Park. WANTED—Room and board by young lady. State proximity of Eagle Rock school house. Write or call at “Sentinel” office for particulars. FOR RENT —Modern flat. Sleeping porch, disappearing bed, bath. $l2; Ernest Becker, agent. Office at end n£ car line. East 2210. Residence, Castle avenue. East 2595. FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Angora goat and kid, cheap if taken at once. Owner leaving. Apply M. L. Bernal, Crites street. Mail address Box 241 F, R. 1. WANTED—A competent person to manage (Bank) apartments at corner Colorado and Townsend aves. For information call or telephone Mr. Edwards, .232 Laughlin building. Phones Main 3907, Home 10767, FOB RENT—V cry modern 7-room house on Kenilworth avenue, formerly the Bailey residence. Large lot, sleeping porch, east front. $23 per month.- Apply E. Becker,...
LOCAL EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
LOCAL EVENTS Jack Bennett lias accepted a position with the• Jevne grocery as delivery and order clerk. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cowan have as their house guest, Mrs. Don E. Johnson of Los Angeles. The number of children enrolled in the Eagle Hock school is eighty-four, Miss Chisholm having thirty-one, Miss Dodge twenty-six and Miss Biecker twenty-seven. The Misses Julia, Clara and Edna Hungary who have been spending the summer at Castle Crags, left Thursday for Los Angeles where they hav' taken apartments for the winter months. A pleasant affair of the week was the Halloween isocial given by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Richmond at their home on Mariposa street Saturday evening;. Appropriate refreshments, pretty decorations and music were the factors of a most enjoyable evening. The two beautiful building sites on the left and right hand corners of Sycamore avenue and Avocca street are now being improved with handsome structures. Phillippo and Watts, cement contractors who have been doing consider...
..AN NAN DALE.. By Oolden Phillip Pollard [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
..AN NAN DALE.. By Oolden Phillip Pollard Mrs. H. Andrews spent Friday with Mrs. Fee Marsh of Forty-eighth St. Miss Minnie Dorsey of Claremont is visiting her cousin, Airs. L. K. Pollard. Mrs. Folsom has been confined to her bed several days with neuralgia. Air. Phillips, Air. Bollinger’s son-in-law, spen ta few days here last wees. Alls. Wilcox’s sister from the East is visiting her. Air. and Mrs. Koed of Buena Vista Terrace, have left the community. Mr. and Airs. E. .1. Short of Kansas City, AIo., are visiting the latter’s sister, Airs. Crawford on Annan Way. Fresh vegetables and fruits every morning at the Bon-Tou —the home of good groceries. Air. Lister of the “Home Builders” has again moved back to this locality. Air. W. DeAlnth of Illinois spent Thursday with Air. and Airs. Alcott on Fairmount Way. Air. Bernal and wife will leave in a few days for Portland where they will | reside. Mr. H. P. Me Lead is adding several rooms to his homo on Alanantonga Way. Mr. Lea lias purchased...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
0 AS Ls gold l&gt;v the Gas Co. We Sell Watches, Clocks and Jewel rv. Expert Repairing, all worn guaranteed : : : : : GUERNSEY’S 130 th Phones Glendale, Gal. California's Great Newspaper XLh e Xos Engeles XTlmes Send for sample copy of the biggest newspaper In the world. Largest circulation in the Southwest . Net result: Largest amount of reading matter 1 The biggest paper Largest volume of display advertising \ The best paper Largest volume of classified advertising / The best value Highest character of readers I The best ever. California’s great newspaper— THE LOS ANGELES TIMES Mr. Ferdinand von Grofe’ Member of the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra, wishes to instruct pupils in Piano, Violin and Viola. Terms, $l.OO per lesson at the residence of the pupil, Saturday mornings. Telephone F-4840 or F-5421. Communications will be received by Mme. Elsa Menasco, Box 58-A, R. 1. Phone East 2754. Beautiful Foothill Lots In---FLORIST AN HEIGHTS Many have fruit and shade trees, others ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 5 November 1910
| Sunset Glendale 2071 Home 832 | .•. GLENDALE DYE WORKS .•. " CLEANING PRESSING &amp; DYEING J &gt; 4&gt; Prompt and Satisfactory Service Our Motto. I [ Residence Phone 830 Brand Blvd., 5 Sunset Glendale 721 Glendale, California Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors. 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OK MIGHT LADT ATTENDANT B a'ta'Bain'CTaiiaß e BiEnaraam am ara fniaumHßmßß HBaBBCTESQsa ergs bibbs m sqbm A nice, clean Meat Market Where you can get the best the market affords at the lowest that quality permits, right in your midst. EAGLE ROCK MARKET Central and Colorado East □:oio : Q'aif3isiOQ'Qa:a!Q'Q'o'a.m 0 otbi bb 0 0i 1148 Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres, Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier i&amp;tglr Uork lank Capital, (25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are working with everybod...
Hill Drive A Show Place of' Sum'll) Southern California [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
Hill Drive A Show Place of' Sum'll) Southern California Probably few of the Sentinel readers realize that their own Hill avenue, in Kagle Hock, is becoming one of the talked of foothill drives of Southern California. There is no foothill road in any of the adjoining suburbs to compare with it for ease of grade, beautiful Hwee'j ing curves, and wealth of scenery. Should those interested in the project be successful in their efforts to extend Hill avenue* eastward to meet Victoria street, 11.is beautiful thoroughfare will be the logical route for pedestrians, autoii nbilists and all other travellers along the boulevard route from Pasadena to the sea. At present. Hill avenue extends from Mayfair Park, eastward to within one thousand feet of the (llendale city limits, a distance of about two miles. The owners of the Kenilworth Tract were the first to lay out Hill avenue, and this section of the street presents a fair example of the graceful curves and well calculat'd giades prevailing t...
BRIDGE rums LOST! IS PR) OF PEOPLE County Surveyor Fails to Take Action; People Becoming Anxious. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
BRIDGE rums LOST! IS PR) OF PEOPLE County Surveyor Fails to Take Action; People Becoming Anxious. lln vo the Arroyo Seco bridge plans been j igeon-holed i is the question asked by the people &lt;»f this section. .Several weeks ago the tentative plans, prej ared by Williams \ Nislikian,. were carefully carried to the ollice of the (’ounty Surveyor for his inspection, I he next day the bridge engineer of I that ollice visited the' site of the pro I o-ed bridge. Seveial werks aftot that x isit it was inmored that he had disregarded the tentative plans an I was preparing some of his own. This rumor could not be verified. “I do not know what is being done,” said President Cleohegan, of the hoard of Trade, yesterday, to a ‘‘Sentinel” re porter. ‘*l have heard that we could expect something from the County; Surveyor, but to date we have heard j nothing.” Similar questions put to other prominent men have elicited the same information. For nearly a year the plans for a high bridge ov...
MOSER TEAM IN WILD RUNAWAY Girl Narrowly Escapes Death Beneath Horses’ Feet. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
MOSER TEAM IN WILD RUNAWAY Girl Narrowly Escapes Death Beneath Horses’ Feet. The small team of ‘‘bronchos” be 1 one'ino to the .1. I». Moser grocery linn was in a wild runaway on Wei nesilav shortly before one o’clock. They were being unharnessed by one ot the gentlemen in the back ya:d wi e:i the small white one. which was Just recently purchased by Mr. Moser and had the reputation of being ex Iremely gentle, became scared and the two soon started on a wild dash in the direction of the school house, dii't then about half a dozen school chi dren happened along on their way to school and little Kosie Spangler was male the victim &lt; f wlr t might hive I een quite a serious accident. She was hit bv the racing animals and knocked to the ground with terrific fone. but fortunately was only slight !v brnbed. 'flu* horses weie later found in K: g!e b*ock e'lnyon, where r i. -v ind stcpjc-l after led g couplet«v exhausted.
AVENUE ASSOCIATION MEETS Membership Hrll Increases; Soon to Reach Hundred Mark. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
AVENUE ASSOCIATION MEETS Membership Hrll Increases; Soon to Reach Hundred Mark. A iuimilmt "f new member- w*ere \ i»t» I in?«» 11 . &lt; Magic l««.ck Avenue Ini j: n&gt; von; • 111 Asm»cin t i n n at their last regular 1 11 ■•■ti 1 1 lt . \vlli &lt; * 1 1 was Ik M \V»*d nesday t'vi'i: i n lt* \ n&lt;! ieg to resent i n*l i" it ion&lt; the in i-iti 1 M»rsh i|» will roach the 1' 1 ilia within a very short time. Tin* g*. cat «• tV.»-•: sof the act vc members is becoming 11• ■ ti&lt;*»'-i!.I»• and their work is already taking effect. A noted improvement i" tiie condition of the yards an 1 surroundings of their properties. An agreement will soon he concluded with Mr. Mike S.*‘ im:r to have him make regular tri; s once a month to the houses along this entire district and collect the tin cans and other refuse at a very moderate | rice to the residents. The planting of trees along the avenue from the city limits to the “great divide” will also...
Republican IXirlij Pulls Major! h) vole in Loail Praiiw 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
Republican IXirlij Pulls Major! h) vole in Loail Praiiw 1 The popularity of the “Fraud Old Party* 1 was m&lt;&gt;t particularly emphasiz ed at the Kagle Hock foiling | lace at Tuesday’s election. Hut, neve the !e-s. Hiram \\ . Johnson. California's next governor, pulled a larger mini br of votes than bis competing candi dates. ( rt of the 17l&gt; votes cast, the popular candidate received only tin* l&gt;emoe atie candidate following with 17. aid for the Socialist, 1 -a\ ing the remaining 7 votes for Meads, on the Prohibition ticket. Other Republican canlidatcs were favored in about tin* same proportion with the exception of (’apt. Fred cricks, who received but ofi votes against the 7s for Woolwine. Ch.as. \V. Hell, as Hepubliean e.andi date for the dfith Senatn ial distriet. and 11. (5. Cattell, for' tie &lt;5711i As semblv district, weie chosen by great majorities, ('has. \V, ratlin and Heo. ('. Melrose were cleeted for tin* re- speetive olli...
LEAGUE HOLDS MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
LEAGUE HOLDS MEETING A score of members attended the last meeting of the Kagle Rock Improvement League which was held in Symphony Hall Momlav night. Little Imsiness of i fijiort a lie-* was discussed. \ a -tlier meeting will le held on Mon I.iv. No-, riiil.er 7. at which time there will le- a report mi the incorporation and other important subjects.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
The Kagle Hook Drug t'o.'s advertisement causes us u lot of trouble, but we don’t intentionally change the prices in their copy. bust week we made the price of hydrogen peroxide 7") cents. It should be -o cents for a j full pint. If we print a price in their ad. that is higher than you are used [ to paying, it is probably a mistake. because her mime has not been mentioned in the ‘‘Sentinel * for three succeeding issues, an Kagle Rock ladv has discontinue I her subscription to this paper. It was with particular pride that the editor scratched from ‘the long roll of subscribers the name ' nf this party, and if there yet appears I the names of other such persons we ' will gladly do the same and refund unv money that may le due them.
RUSHING THE CAN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
RUSHING THE CAN Mary had a Billie goat, Its fleece was black as tar, \nd everywhere that Mary went The goat would sure be lhar. It followed Mary out one day, She went to rush the can, tie followed Mary all around And then i’.i front he ran. Mary went into the bar, But Billie lingered near, And waited patiently about, Because he liked his beer. Mary ' ton returned again, But ,-he was not alone. -Ik 1 ad her can of beer of course, And also Pat Mab ne. Xo.v Patrick he an- Mary's beau, A very handsome man, The g at he sized him up you know. A- only Billies ■ .an. lie said, "i'll take a little reef Bight out of Patrick - sail. So he backed off a yard or two And made poor Patrick wail. ■ ■-truck him mid--hip, good and sound, And rolled him in the dust, \ii&lt;l turned him over once or twice. Then walked off in disgust. Now Mary she was mortified At Billie's awful flop, \n 1 tried to straighten Patrick up. Because lie was a cop. Site brushed him and she straightened him. And then s...