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ARTESIAN HEIGHTS TRACT IS VINDICATED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
ARTESIAN HEIGHTS TRACT IS VINDICATED Tor three years the lower portion of the Artesian Heights Tract, in the vicinity of Mariposa avenue, and VaT ley Drive, has had a bad name. Apparently a hidden spring worked busily both summer and winter to 1 convert an otherwise attractive portion of beautiful Eagle Kock, Into a swampy marsh. In vain the managers of the tract resorted to carious, expedients to drain off the ground, and finally after much fruitless ef-. fort, put in an eight inch tile drain J for some thousand feet along Valley Drive. The tile immediately carried a goodly stream of water, but still the swamp continued, so that it was devilled to lay a four inch tile drain along Mariposa avenue to connect with the eight inch pipe on Valley Drive. While working on the excavation for this work Mr. Cummings struck what he took for an artesian well being a goodly stream that spouted up about twenty feet. On, closer investigation by Mr, Harry Bourne, it was decided to be a sort of bran...
THIEF ENTERS BERNALL HOME [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
THIEF ENTERS BERNALL HOME A thief of no small amount of nerve entered the former residence of M. 1.. Bernall near Crites street one day last week anl carried off -"ine items of rather little value. The articles reported as stolen are some dishes, garden tools and oilier items of less importance. The Bernall lamily vacated their home here last week, leaving for the east. A number of things were left here to he called for at a later date. Ihe key was left in care of Mrs. Chas. Metzner, who had little suspicion of any -itch a small feloneous act. Upon entering the house Friday she was surprised at the absence of the thing,-. An investigation was made by a “Sentinel" representative and the means of entrance wa- found. Suspicion point- toward a certain character who is now being closely watched in an effort to bring him to justice. Don't forget—the Don Ton ‘‘lias it."
M.L READY TO PUT BALL Boys of Local Team Buy Fine Uniforms [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
M.L READY TO PUT BALL Boys of Local Team Buy Fine Uniforms \;i important meeting of the Kaglc Rock hall team was hold at the home of the captain, J. Will Uroxholme. on Wednesday evening when •inal arrangements for the purehase if the elnh's new mils and other matter' were decided upon. The uniforms are to he of a dark green color with trimmings of white. Hie -locking' and nips are to he in harmony with the suit. len of these -nits have been purchased at the ■o-t ~f $5 each Snh'cripti ms from prominent residents of the valley, amounting to over sJ&gt;h aided in the purchase of these suit' at this early late \ representative of the Spalding company wa- present at a later meeting of the chili which was held at the Kagle Rock drug company's -tore I'hur-dav evening. to take measurements It i- hoped that they will he ready hy Thursday (Thanksgiving day) for which date the manager, Id &lt;) S -brooder. i~ arranging i game with an outside team \ practice game of no small imp...
ATTEND GREAT CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
ATTEND GREAT CONFERENCE Every member of the Women's Twentieth Century Club, who eotthl possibly net away, has In',‘ii spending tlie hist few (lays in I ,os Angeles, availing theinselves of the opportunity to attend the Federation of Woman's Clubs where many of the foremost club women of the state have been heard on subjects of especial interest to women. Delegates and alternates who re,presented our club were Mrs. W K Cowan, Mr- Mora Chisolm. Mrs. (I. K. Candee, and Mrs. Mary 11 icksi ni. Mrs I.cwi- h. Reed served on the credentials committee, and Mrs. Clifford Mead and Miss Elizabeth 11 are a-'isted in the home economic- department.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
DRY CLEANING. DYEING and REPAIRING EVERYTHING RETURNED BUT THE DIRT ACME DYE WORKS 1 22.7 Figueroa St.. Los Angeles Broadway 3912. Home 53432 ( &gt;nr city wagons call in Eagi ■ Rock, Glendale and Tropica Daily HOLIDAY GIFTS! ( \W: in unci see our new &gt;OO stork of v. Diamonds, Watt lies, Clocks unci Jcweliv. No trouDlc. to show cjoods. I:veri| article ciDsoluteli) guaranteed. Prices ricilit. Guernsey’s Jewelry Store 576 West 4th Street Glendale, California
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
EDITORIAL CULTIVATE OPTIMISM Look at the Doughnut, Not the Hole. Be Cheerful What would become of the world if it was peopled with pessimists—inhabited by persons who always had a grouch and passed it along to others, who see good in nothing? Fortunately the world is divided into two classes, the optimist and pessimist, the latter being in the minority or life would not be worth while. The optimist is sanguine, hopeful, self-reliant, helpful to others, is brimful of faith, hope and confidence, lie carries a smile on his face, puts out a glad hand to you. always has a cheerful "good morning" for you, seethe doughnut and overlooks the hole. He realizes that the law of compensation is eternal and universal in its application; that while there may be valleys of despair, there are mountains' of delight beyond, that "every cloud has a silver lining” and “the tints that glow in the morning in the evening will be just as bright. He believes that a- "one swallow does not make a summer," an o...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 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-Dcn Bldg. Colorado Street. California's Great Newspaper Xlbe Xos Hugeles XTimes Send for sample copy of the biggest newspaper in the world. Largest circulation in the Southwest "Largest amount of reading matter Largest volume of display advertising Largest volume of classified advertising Highest character of readers Net result: The biggest paper The best paper The host value The best ever. California's great newspaper— THE LOS ANGELES TIMES Beautiful Foothill Lots In---FL ORIS TA N HEIGHTS Main - have fruit and shade trees, others have large liv* oaks. Within easy walking distance of Occidental College. situated on high gronn d in Eagle Hock Valley. The best street improvements costing $25,000 are now being installed. Absolutely the best investment for you while the present low prices prevail. Large lots $375.00...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
p r p p p r r p p r i p Underwear Rompers Overalls Ginghams Muslins 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 Huttons Braids Trimmings f ? ? T T t ? ? ? t ? ? t t ? ? ❖ Black Cat Brand Hosiery "Arrow" Collars BqsiwblatllS Black Cat Hosiery Gist no more and will outwear all otli Black Cat Brand Cr BIIV a Chicago-Kenosha . . . .. Hosiery Company pair and try them. Kenosha, Wia. ROSENBLATTS, GARVANZA DEP'T STORE. Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULLI AND HERZOG At the end ot the Eagle Roek Avenue car line. Phone F.ast 960. They will find Bargains For You j East and Back VIA THE Southern Pacific A FEW MORE DATES DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, PUEBLO bare $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 limit, October 31st. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS—TRANS-MISSISSIPPI COMMERCI...
-! > The & RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
-! &gt; The &amp; RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance By WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE Copyright. 1909. by Dodd. Hnd Co. (CONTINUED.) ••lie s out,'’ ciUliti mi\icy. •‘We’ll \v lit," chorused the visitors. Meanwhile Mixley mid Metirnth were still holding their desultory conversation upon the situation of the day. “They said," Mixley remarked to the other, "that the chief was politically dead after he laid blackjacked the organization. Maybe lie was—maybe ho is, but lie lights all right.” "lie certainly cleaned things up.” admitted McGrath, feeling of Ids biceps. "We helped him. eh?” “He didn’t do a thing to Cradlebaugh’s,” mused Mixley. "Nor to the machine,” smiled McGrath. “Well, anyhow." said Mixley, "if lie hasn't got the machine and the brewers and the .$25,000 assemblymen back of him he's got the people, all right. They know lie's honest.” "if lie only had half a million.” The other snorted. “it's well he hasn't—well he never had. If he had half a million lie wouldn't be runn...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
Office, 21015 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of ihe Fugle Rock Avenue car line Phone Hast 2217 SIDNEY DELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Glendale, 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. Hicyclos and motorcycles a specialty. 00157 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park Hast 880. Home 39314. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Ragle Rock Sunset Glendale 1(513 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips Hindu through Magic Rock twice ;i week Rest Work 10. 11. Howard, Mgr. Fire Insurance!!! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. H. MFOYERS 107 S. Ave. .4, Garvanza Horne 39077 East 125 Suiwt Glendale -’243 Home 044 Thompson Plumbing Co. \V. (4. Thompson ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR SALE FOR SALE \\ mill and coal air-tight heater, cheap. Apply Mr&lt;, Turner. 1 *lnme Sunset Fast Jsi'a. FOR SALE ( )ne oak folding bed with mirror. Also child's folding lied. Mr-. I'ollard, &gt;S4iS laxlo Rock avenue. Fast 4(10. FOR SALE flood 0 room plastered hou-e. JO minutes from courthouse. 2 car Hues. SIb(K). I’ollard, N4S Eagle Rock avenue (’hone least 400. WANTED WANTED—Room and board by young lady. State proximity of Eagle Rock school house. Write or call at “Sentinel" office for particulars. WANTED—A competent person to manage (Bank) apartments at corner Colorado and Townsend aves. For information call or telephone Mr. Edwards, .232 Laughlin building. Phonos Main 9307 Homo 107(17. SPECIAL NOTICES HARDWARE—Paints and Oils. Garvan/a Hardware, W. L. Van Wig, Phones: East 237 ; Home 39301 lUllliT &lt; |l&gt;|) HlVcKl ■and other kinds, J loaves for loe. Our goods are strictly hoincuia le and you can depend npmi them being fre...
Annandale News Items [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
Annandale News Items By a Regular Correspondent. Miss Susie Smith of Strickland Road is visiting relatives in Claremont. Mrs. \. Heath of San Diego is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. W. Overman on Strickland Road. Mrs. S. R, Maclay on Glenandalc Place gave a birthday dinner in honor of her husband Saturday. li. \V, Roloff and sister moved to the city yesterday, where they will reside for the winter months. Trc first term of the Annandale School ended Friday and all pupils wore happy smiles when they proudly marched home with their report cards in hand. Mrs. Hanson’s mother, who has been spending the last few weeks with her daughter on Annan Way, left Wednesday for her home in the East. Mrs. Maxson of Strickland Road cntertainc dMr. and Mrs, A. Crans-1 town of San Francisco and Mr. and j Mrs. Rice of Denver at an informal dinner at the former's home Saturday | evening, The Ladies of the Annandale church surprised Rev. Lovejoy at his home near Eagle Rock Thursday night with a "Hard Time"...
NEWS FROM THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
NEWS FROM THE CHURCHES The Eagle Rock M. E. church has organize.1 prayer-meeting services. They are held every Friday night at the church under the able leadership of the pastor. Dr. Spangler. Everybody is cordially invited. • « • A larger crowd than usual attended the service at the Congregational church last Sunday evening, which w.as held in the lecture room, where seated around the cheerful lire those who had gathered were made comfortable and happy. After the usual half hour song service, Mr. I Eire, taking for his test, "Dlessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth," gave a little talk on "Patience,” after which he read that beautiful little story, “The Desert of Waiting,” by \nnie Fellows Johnson. During the cold weather most of the evening services will he held in the lecture room. |
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
Local Events The mother of Mrs. Jos. Walker lias recently arrived from her home in Chicago. -Mrs. h. \\ . \ohnn-e of Park avcI line has been ill but is reported much better at present. Miss Natural, of I.os Angeles, scc- ! ret,ary of the \.W , C. A., spent SnnI day as a guest at Castle Crags. i j Mrs. Harry Rhodes left Wednesday night for Michigan, where she will visit relatives for a couple of months. Mr. Frank I'. Richardson and family have moved into their beautiful new borne on the corner of Hill 'rive and Satsnma avenue. I lie home of Mi-- Kstelle Harmon and relative-, Mr. and Mrs. Griggs, on Park avenue is being remodelled into a very attractive little place. Harry Davis of the Signal Corps, Hnite 1 State- \rmv, arrived here on i Tuesday for a month's slay with his folks. Hamilton (). Davis and fain I ily. I he 6 o'clock dinner given by Mrs. I heo. \\ atterson at her home on Myrtle avenue was a nio-t enjoyable and informal one. Friend- were invited from the city. Mr. and Mrs. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
Laxative Bromo Quinine IS cents. Phone East 2694 Delivery Service Copher-Bane ■I '• nsoncd Wheat--25 cents We have started a circulat :g library of late honks, for readers "'ho do not care to buy all the new novels. The number will be increased as the patronage de lands. Come in and look over th h inks. If you find one you want to read, pay a dollar and take i . When you exchange it for another, pay ten cents. If you m ,e away or do not want more books you can keep the one you hav . or return it and receive your dollar. An extra charge of 1c a d.y if the book is kept over a week. Cagle Roc K Drug Co. Printing Orders! "It’s a Question of Quality” Delivered Correctly Delivered Promptly u w Symphony Hall Bldg. Eagle Rock Valley ,