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furious Habits of Spiders. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
furious Habits of Spiders. The water spider carries air down with It when it dives. Dr. McCook raw one remain forty-five minutes under the water. One water spider fcnilds a nest under the water attached to the stem of some plant and in the jsnape of a diving hell, with the opening downward. It tills this hell with air by taking down a bubble at a time, looming to the surface, It incloses an air bubble under its body and instantly descends. Getting under the nest, the bubble is allowed to e-cape Into It. and this process continues until the nest Is full of air. The spider then lays Its eggs there. Inclosed in a cocoon, and leaves them to grow In this underwater palace, safe from all Hying foes. When these water spiders are seen under water they look like little balls of shining silver. Little bubbles of air seem to cling among the hairs of their bodies. As spiders, like Insects, breathe the air at little holes along the whole length of the body, they can easily make use of these bubb...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
Prompt Delivery Courteous Treatment J. B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY Fancy and Staple Groceries Don’t Forget Our Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone Orders to East 1148. Fer-Don Bldg. Colorado Street. The Los Angeles Examiner The One Live Wire Among the Newspapers of the Great Southwell Alert. •. Accurate. *. Aggressive . # . Delivered to your address every day, "5c a month. Otir local agent, C. W. Hughes, will he pleased to take your order. Phone Sunset Glendale 3053. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Come and see the Dahlias at the Eagle Pock Dahlia Gardens 600 varieties including the finest in the world. Xow is the time to order roots for Spring planting. Patronize a home industry. HPOOAWLL Ficneer Dahlia Grower of the Pacific Ccast. Awarded first prizes at the Seattle and Pasadena Pairs. Gardens on Roscmond Avc. near Hill Drive, two blocks north of terminus of the Eagle Hock \ alley car-line. Postoffice address, K. F. D. N'o. 1. Box 2.M.\. Los Angeles, Calif. Ph...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
TP A J Underwear Ginghams :♦ Rompers Muslins Overalls Flannels I f r r r r r A. N. SWAN Dry Goods and Notions Strong and Durable Children’s Hose “Isis” Hosiery a Specialty. Men's Underwear. Sunset Phone East 2857. Ribbons Laces Embroideries Buttons Braids Trimmings t x 1 I 1 1 ? t ? t T t ? t T t ? ❖ Black Cat Brand Hosiery "Arrow" Collars Rosenblatts Black Cat Hosiery Cost no more ami will outwear all nth Black Cat Brand &lt;*r briHUIS. BllV a Chicago-Kenosha , . . .. Hosiery company pair ami try them. Kcoostaa, Wia. ROSENBLATTS. GARVANZA DEP’T STORE. \ Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULLI AND HERZOG At the end ot the Eagle Rock Avenue car line. Phone East 960. They will find Bargains For You ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦ l East and Back VIA THE Southern Pacific A FEW MORE DATES DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, PUEBLO Fare $55.00 Sales Dates, September 21, 22, 23. Return limits, October 31st. OMAHA, TOPEKA, KANSAS CITY Fare $60.00 Sale Dates, October 7 and 8. Return ...
‘The RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
‘The RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance By WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE Copyright. 1909, by Dodd. Mood 41 Co. I CONTINUED.) ■ r Ves,” returned Shirley, “only yours Is a respectable married woman's secret; mine mustn't be told. Well,” she confessed at last, “I've seen Thorne since I came back and”— "Xo!” Miriam ejaculated. “Yes! He proposed to me once more, and"— “You accepted him!" “Xo; if 1 had accepted him it would not bo a secret." Miriam looked at her blankly. “Why did you refuse him?” “That's Just what 1 want to know myself. 1 don't know why. Somehow 1 couldn't marry Thonu'.” “Well, for some unexplainable reason I'm alnd of that,” assented Miriam. "Tell me about Murgairoyd," said Shirley suddenly, seating herself. “I haven't seen him”— "lie's serving Itis second term as prosecutor, you know. It seems he wanted to linisli liis work there.” Shirley tossed her head. "Who couldn't, with all that money?” "lit 1 and Thorne." went on Miriam, "are rivals for the United States senatorship. It's on...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
Ofliec, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of the Cagle Hock Avenue car line Phone Cast 2217 SIDNEY DELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Qlendale, Cal. Expert in Real Estate Titles Office practice chiefly. Also Probate cases. Will accept special and important litigation. W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park East 880. Home 39314. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Rock Sunset Glendale 1613 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Bock twice a week Best Work E. H. Howard, Mgr. Fire Insurance!!! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. R. MEYERS 107 S. Ave. .4, Garvanza Home 39077 East 125 Sunset Glendale 2243 Home 944 Thompson Plumbing Co. \V. O. Thompson Repair Wor...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
==LINI£IiS = = We have n few pocket ku.vos with the •• Basic” and word “Eagle Rock” engraved on the Made, Select one for a present at once before they are all gone. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse. Phone Hast 477. WANTED—Room and board by young lady. State proximity of Ragle Rock school house. Write or call at "Sentinel" office for particulars. FOR RENT —Modern flat. Sleeping pnreli, disappearing bed, bath. $l2; Mrnest Meeker, agent. Olliee at end ol e;ir fine. Mast 2216. Uesiflonce, Castle avenue. Mast 2597. WANTED—A competent person to manage (Bonk) apartments at corner Colorado and Townsend aves. For information call or telephone Mr. Edwards. . ti.'Jil Laughliu building. Phones Main 3907, Home 10767. FOR RENT -Very modern 7-room house on Kenilworth avenue, formerly (he Bailey residence. Margo lot, sleeping porch, east front. $23 per month. Apply M. Berber, office at end of ear line. Mast 2216, Residence Castle avenue, Mast 2797. HARDWARE—Paints and Oils. Garvanza Hardware, W. L....
In Social Circles [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
In Social Circles By Florence Elizabeth Hare A most enjovable meeting of the Women’s Twentieth Century Club was held Thursday afternoon in the lecture room of the Congregational Church. * * Mrs. Kie l S. Hannaford of Satsunia Park was hostess at a delightful lit-] le luncheon Tuesday. Her guests were Mrs. Kills M. Rhodes, Mrs. Harry Rhodes, Mrs. Arthur Forbes of Los Rubles and Mrs. Arthur Heimau of Pasadena. * * * Mrs C. K. Torrance of Sierra Madre gave a most interesting a Idress on “Child Labor,” which was very much enjoyed. Curing the social hour tea was served by Mrs. I. S. Pitman and Mis. &lt;i. K. Candee, hostesses for the aftei noun. • • • Miss Elizabeth Hare was the lum ored guest at a very prettily appoint ed luncheon Friday at which her sister. Mrs. Lewis F. Reed, was hostess.: Ruse- an 1 ferns were used in the living and dining room for decoration. The guests were Miss Olive Sebins, Miss Francis Miller. Miss (lain Peterson, Miss Filger, Miss Maud Adams, and Miss M...
AOVERTIE STATE GREAT MOVE Twenty six Cities Represented at Great Boost Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
AOVERTIE STATE GREAT MOVE Twenty six Cities Represented at Great Boost Conference. Twenty six cities were represento I last Saturday t the booster conference held at the chamber of Commerce and all the railroads, and -sentiment was altogether in favor of a live campaign. Railroads told of the many hundreds of thousands of people brought into this state in the past year and how nil sections secured permanent citizens who in turn will see that relatives and friends in the east and north are ml vised regarding possibilities in this and the states to the north. All tlie chambers of commerce oilicials at the meeting argued for a genuine merger of interests, and all agreed that the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce was the one to take the lead, being tho oldest and by far the largest organization, as well as the one that is entitled to the g( eater amount of con gratulation for its work. It is expect- • I that the November li&gt; meeting will result in tora.at son of a strong group ...
LOCAL EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
LOCAL EVENTS Mr*. K. C. Crasher ami Miss Edna Crasher were guests of Mis. Sarah I [are Tuesday. Chas. Vigno is building an addition of a large trout room to hia home on Mariposa avenue. Miss May Diddock is now learning d: essmaking in the establishment of Miss Trinkaus. W. Lee Chambers is having a hand some home eunstrinded on Myrtle ave nue at tiie approximate cost of st,(Kin. Mr. Mrewer and family are now oe eupying their fine new house on Hart wick Heights. Mi-s Clara Peterson of Casa Ver liigo was the guest of Mrs. L. H. Car rett Wednesday. Mr. and Mr-. Ceo. K. Sprague eelc brated the r fortv-first wedding anni vei sa ry Thursday. Mrs. C. C. Loom is had ns her guests 1 1 • -d:r. at the Orphenin Mrs. Harry 1.. \\ :i;t♦ •i s and Ms. William \V. Weir. I he linis iing work on the beautiful few l ank building is now under way. In all probability the building will lie occupied by the first of the month. Mr. Lee Adams, mad supervisor, is • M ug goo I s \i&lt;*e and much enjoy m...
ANNANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
ANNANDALE I '.&gt; M 'I fol he I*om Tull ‘ ■ i.'i- it. ’’ Mr*. A. Harwh-k eateitahied a mim ber of her Indy friends at Int home on Cleielale i'lace Thursday aftenm •n. Mr-. 11. h. Si i rode of Ma ha ntonga May sj ent the week visiting her i idia-r at Santa A na. • Mr. (i •• **! et} aml faa: i !y ha vc par -ed ■ i" e in La ITada 1 *a? k wliere t lo*\ will reside. ’ldo* home of Mr. Ross on Mahan t 1 •11 a Wav which has recently under ■.! « i • -i.i- repai’s is nearing com ! i v s Nila iixi'riiicn of Ce bar Rapids, I 'wa. ' ■ am tiier newcomer to this ever •'inwim.f I • r»111 . She will reside with la r fat e-. Mr. jp \V. Overman on S; ' ickiand Road. Mr. and Mrs. Reyes, parents of the L’eve* sisters of M li!iriton; r !i Way. ar rived in tin* city Sdirdav from their home in fowa. d M, ey ex} e 1 to settle in nr nea- this vicinity. Mr. C, c, Kayart has leased the ranch «»f Sc! e , me- en Rigina Lane w! e ■ he (--■• .-! ■ to start a chicken ranch, Lis specialty Icing White la g
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
Two now hand hall e &gt;urls art* now u .|*k. being completed ♦»n the school grounds. An oxciting game of basketball tool; A nun bor of new -eience slides are id at (I’endale Thursday afternoon I'.-inur made H’l'l :*■ e »'&gt;o» tn ~p f ' x | .-tvs.-, .1 tlu&gt; Wain ..f the &lt;: l.n. I ill. hil.itc I. High School ami tliut of the I'.nrhank The general -lass went on a “i-h *•«•«). The latter team was trip to Verdi:go ('aiiyon ' ’ day this most horribly defeated. Beautiful Foothill Lots In — FL ORIS TA N HEIGHTS Many have fruit and shade trees, others have largo liv« oaks. Within ease walking distance of Occidental f’ol- ' lege, situated on high ground in Kagle Rock Valley. The I,i l 't street ia;[&gt;ro\cnoils posting ifiid.OCKi are now being the present low prices prevail, l.argc lots tfdTd.hO and up j E. BECKER—SOLE AGENT t 301 Central Bldg: Both ’phones. Branch at end of Eagle Rock carline, j \V. 13. Roth in charge. Sunset phone East 2216....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 12 November 1910
Sunset Glendale 2071 Home 832 . •. GLENDALE DYE WORKS .•. CLEANING PRESSING &amp; DYEING Prompt and Satisfactory Service Our Motto. » Residence Phone 830 Brand Bled., £ Sunset Glendale 721 Glendale, California Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 331 V Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919 021 West Fourth Street. Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT lf®lSK[a]lS]|S]®[^[^[«![ji;[al[«[u[u[[i; a i:[icik[U[i:uitu it : i;[it,«i'ii]litllKl[Kjir[[i; l: :: ;:,[i:[:; ;i i:!.i:t s] “ i« 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 1148 &gt;t [ltjitltt [it [it [m: [it it [it it it it, it it [tt [it ,it ,it it it ,it [it .is..it it it; «[[it;[it it[[it.X .it'Sajt. a,'it.['it.it..gl aHSSKL»£iKfe4«.rHI« ,K it, [it. it ,it[[it [it It [it IS ,it It, it it .1t It It 'it it[ It„it : .;t :t[ It[[it;iit[ Jt:»...
INCORPORATION AGAIN Citizens of Eagle Rock Want Town Privileges [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
INCORPORATION AGAIN Citizens of Eagle Rock Want Town Privileges At last definite steps are being taken by the corporation committee of the Eagle Rock Improvement League to effect incorporation as a city of the sixth class. This committee which has been enlarged to twelve members, consists of the following well known men: L. R. Garrett, P. E. Schumacher, George Diddock, Robert Henry Brown, J. S. Pitman, \V. K. Cowan, Harry L. Winters, 11. C. Gallonpe, Harry S. Bourne, W. J. Cook, John T. Bailey and Godfrey Edwards. All of these men are property owners, many of them have large interests at stake, and while seemingly they have been rather inactive on this incorporation matter, nevertheless much quiet investigation has been carried on by some of them: the result of these investigations is that a strong effort is now to be made to effect immediate organization as a city of the sixth class. The legal steps necessary to bring the matter before the proper authorities will probably be comple...
MANY ARE TO WITNESS PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
MANY ARE TO WITNESS PLAY A great many tickets have been '■ill fur the entertainment to be given Tuesday evening by Mrs. Hessie Thew Miller tor the I’arentTeaejiers at Symphony 11 all. The program which is an interesting one will include a sunflower drill in which twenty-four yjirls will take part, a clever little &gt;k i t of which Mrs. Miller is the author called "A Hunch of Violets," the parts to he taken by Mr-. Miller, Miss l-'ranees Miller, Mis.- Kli/abeth Hare .and Mr. Gerald Gray of I.os Angeles. Mrs. Frances I. Wallis of the Wallis Dramatic School in I,os Angeles will present Mrs, Miller's latest monologue, "The lady and the Hnrglar." An admission of twenty-live cents will be charged.
PRETTY EAGLE ROCK HOMES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
PRETTY EAGLE ROCK HOMES liuili By ci Progressive Corporation of Ecijile Reek People. wards &amp; Wildey Company. These particular houses were all j constructed under contract, but the California Bungalow Company expects now to commence the erection of artistic bungalows in various parts ol Eagle Rock, to be ottered for sale by their selling agents, the Edwards A \\ ildey people. The houses will Tin 1 Sentinel illustrates this week some of the pretty homes of Eagle Koek. These houses were all built by the California Bungalow Co. and are fairly typical of the class of houses constructed hy this concern, which i- practically an Eagle Rock linn, being controlled by the Ed- j var yin price from S2I(X) upwards, i Should the experiment of building the first houses for -ale prove a success, it is likely that the company will devote considerable time and capital in this field instead of Los Vigeles, where they now have some ten or twelve house- under construction.