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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 19 November 1910
% Sunset Glendale 2071 Home 8.12 | .•. GLENDALE DYE WORKS .•. CLEANING PRESSING &amp; DYEING Prompt and Satisfactory Service Our Motto. Residence Phone 830 Brand Blvd„ ' * Sunset Glendale 721 Glendale, California ! ■ Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 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 5 D 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 1148 tj iJ S Robert Henry Brown, Pres. Fred K. Biles, Cashier || &lt;1 P- F. Schumacher, Vice Pres, Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier ii taylr Shirk IBank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are working with everybody to build up Kagle Rock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire tlio accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. R K A I...
WILL HOLD BAZAR AT CHURCH W. K. Cowan and W. W. Weir to Enter in Eating Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
WILL HOLD BAZAR AT CHURCH W. K. Cowan and W. W. Weir to Enter in Eating Contest. On next Thursday evening I lie ladies of the Congregational church will hold a bazaar in the lecture room of the church, corner Linden Way and Colorado street, where at prices that beat those in the city, all kinds of things for Christmas can be bought. It's a fine chance to get things that haven't been kept in stock for a number of years or been half worn out bv the handling of that impossible class of shoppers who tire "just looking." In the apron and duster booth which is in charge of Mrs. Frank Nahottse, may be found purchases for the artistic and energetic. Pure foods, which we till arc willing to pay for but tire seldom .iJlIe to get, will be found, deserving the name in Mrs, Mark Rowland’s booth. Mrs. J. Brewer has gathered in some perfectly irresi-table dolls which those who have no children oi their own will surely find pleasure in buying for somebody clse’s children. Mrs. Frederick Schrieber w...
JEWEL CITY WINS BALL GAME York Valley to Be Tried on Next Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
JEWEL CITY WINS BALL GAME York Valley to Be Tried on Next Sunday Afternoon. Before a large and enthusiastic audience the Eagle Rock and Jewel City teams battled at a game of baseball Thursday afternoon. Until the beginning of the fifth inning the Eagle Rock boys seemed to have little control over the “Jewels,” a dozen runs having been scored in favor of their opponents. But then they suddenly braced up and did some excellent playing. The “Jewels” were given a long, hard fight but in spite of the hard and energetic work of the Eagle Rock boys, the loss of the game's beginning could not be made up. But they held a tight grip on their experienced rivals and gave them little chance to kee'p up their record. Only four more runs were made out of which “Bob” Broxholme of the local team made one. This was the first game played by Eagle Rock while the competing team has been organized for some time, having played a half score of games. This, however, was the first game they had won. The York...
THE MEAT QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
THE MEAT QUESTION To beef, or not to beef? That is the question. Whether 'lis nobler in the human corporation to suffer the slings and gnawings of unrequicted appetite, or by taking pledge against the food price boosters end them. To sniff, to taste, to chew, to gorge—steak, chop, roast, tongue, ribs, wieners—iperhaps to dream! Aye, there's the grub! For in that dream what vision may come 12-cent hamburger, 10-ccnt tenlerloin, 8-cent liver—to harrow up our starved imaginations! Ah, 'tis the price that makes cowards of us all, inclining us rather to accept the vegetary menu, e'en though in dreams we rouse such indigestive pangs as sleep may conjure from the baseless fabric of a phantom ham!
SOCIAL SEASON BEGINS WITH ENTHUSIASM Twentieth Century Club to Give Dancing and Game Party. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
SOCIAL SEASON BEGINS WITH ENTHUSIASM Twentieth Century Club to Give Dancing and Game Party. The opening event of the social season of the Twentieth Century Club will occur next Monday evening when the entertainment committee for November, of which Mrs. Harry S. Bourne is chairman, will give a game and dancing party in Symphony Hall. For those who do not care to play “Five Hundred" there will be Flinch and Panic. A short program will include a reading by Mrs. Bessie T. Miller and a vocal solo by Elizabeth Hare. A dainty supper will be served, and a general good time is assured for the guests. As this party is for the benefit of the Club House Fund an admission of twenty-live cents will be charged. Tickets tire now on sale at Bruce’s Drug iStore and in the 'Edwards and VVildey office. Mrs. Harry Bourne, Mrs. B. T. Miller, Mrs. Frank \ahousc, Mrs. John Frackleton and Mrs J. A. Gates will receive, assisted by Mesdames J. Q. Adams, J. T. Bailey, W. VV. Weir, ;h. Murdock, Louis Herzog, Mr...
DEEP WELL BORINGS Some Remarkably Deep Holes Driven in the United States [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
DEEP WELL BORINGS Some Remarkably Deep Holes Driven in the United States The deep well boring of the United States, made lor water, oil and gas, are the subject of a statistical report by X. 11, Darton, in the series of Water Supply and Irrigation Papers of the United States Geological Survey. he li t of deep wells is arranged by stales, in alphabetical order, and appears in two pamphlets known as Water Supply Papers Nos. 57 and 61. All wells 4tK) feet or over in depth are carefully listed. Depth, diameter, yield per minute, and other characteristic data are given, and many instructive details are noted indicating for what purpose the borings were originally made, the character of the product obtained, and whether the wells are in use or abandoned. For the benefit of persons desiring more detailed information concerning wells in any particular region, references are given to the literature or other sources from which the data were obtained. The large products of natural gas in the e...
LARGE CROWD ATTENDS PLAY Hall Crowded to Doors by Large and Enthusiastic Audience. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
LARGE CROWD ATTENDS PLAY Hall Crowded to Doors by Large and Enthusiastic Audience. Symphony Hal! was crowded to the doors Tuesday night for the entertainment given hy Mrs. Bessie Thew Miller, under the auspices of the Par-ent-Teachers’ association of Kagle Rock \ alley. The first number on the program was a sunflower drill in which twenty-four little girls, representing a row of sunflowers over a garden wall, sang a pretty little song. Ihe second number was a monologue, “The Lady and the Burglar," wriftel hy Mrs. B T, Miller, and given hy Mrs. Frances I. Wallis of the Wallis Dramatic School. The last number on the program, a laugh able little skit entitled, " \ Bunch of Violets," was well pre-ehted. The part of "Violet," a spinster with matrimonial propensities, was amusingly portrayed hy Mrs. Bessie T Miller in a costume far beyond description. Miss Frances Miller in the part of l.ucile Brown was strikingly natural. and exceptionally good. The part of Mildred Bangs, betrothed to Cl...
BUY OF CLOSEST MERCHANTS Help Local Industries Without Injury to Yourself. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
BUY OF CLOSEST MERCHANTS Help Local Industries Without Injury to Yourself. In the present issue of the "Sentinel" appear a number of new advertisements from Glendale business Toni’s. Purchases can be made at Glendale with a great advantage to the buyer. The proximity to Eagle Rock with good street car service and practically only 5c a round-trip bare, and little loss of time in transportation is but one of the benefits of having these up-to-date stores so close at hand. They carry as large a stock as you may desire to select from and their prices compare favorably with those of the large stores of Eos Angeles. You are extended courteous treatment and lose little time iu making your purchases. He sides These advantages you are helping your immediate vicinity by build ing it j &gt; such business hou-es here. It is not only the one small district that you are boosting for, it is the entire section of this country. When purchasing goods, which cannot he had ol Eagle Rock dealers...
ELECTION WILL DECIDE GLENDALEJROJECT Opposition to Annexation Question Exists Chiefly at Glendale Proper. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
ELECTION WILL DECIDE GLENDALEJROJECT Opposition to Annexation Question Exists Chiefly at Glendale Proper. Following the presentation of a petition calling for an annexation of fropico and other contiguous territory to Glendale, a resolution was passed by the Glendale City Conned, railing an election for January 3, 1911. The petition, which had 167 signatures, was presented to City t lerk D. P). Woodbury last Saturday tor verification. The number of signatures on the petition is about SO per cent more than is necessary. Ihe petition was filed following a campaign which has been waged during the past three months by residents for and against the project. Vrguments for and against the annexation and the advantages and disadvanages of the project have been heard upon all sides. The principal fight against the annexation will likely be in Glendale proper, as many of the residents there are not in favor of annexing outside territory until the public buildings are located. It is also sated...
FAKE FIRM SMS PUBLICITY Unfit Matter Barred from Columns of Eagle Rock Sentinel. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
FAKE FIRM SMS PUBLICITY Unfit Matter Barred from Columns of Eagle Rock Sentinel. The “Sentinel” takes pleasure in turning down a $6(l advertising contract from a Los Angeles "museum of anatomy” as unfit matter for any newspaper circulated in decent homes. These joints which flourun up and down Main street should be suppressed in some manner. The way they are permitted to flaunt their nefarious business is an insult to all intelligent people and a menace to all others. Probably they pay a fat lump to the Los Angeles city license collector out of the tribute they levy upon the gullible. Their fake medical practices are pernicious. Their contributions to the city treasury arc small recompense for the harm they do. All Missourians or other people who want to be “shown” should not hesitate one here. WeVe got the goods and will be dee lighted to show t hem. The philosophy of the pessimist is don't.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
DRY CLEANING, DYEING and REPAIRING EVERYTHING RETURNED BUT THE DIRT ACME DYE WORKS 1227 Figueroa St,, I,os Angeles Broadway 3912. Home 53432 Our city wagons call in Eagi Rock, Glendale and Tropica Daily WE HAVE THEM IN CUT GLASS AND SILVERWARE. Nappies, Olive Dishes, Sugar and Creamers, Salt and Peppers, Olive Dishes, Knives and Forks, Berry, Sugar and Salad Spoons, Cold Meat and Olive Forks, Salve Boxes, Napkin Rings, Silver Mesh Bags and hundreds of other classy articles that make nifty Xmas gifts. Guernsey’s Jewelry Store 576 West 4th Street Glendale, California
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
Laxative Bromo Quinine 15c Phone East 2694 Delivery Service Gopher-Bane —Poisoned Wheat — 25c We have started a circulat ng library of late books, for readers who do not care to buy all the new- novels. The number will be increased as the patronage de nands. Come in and look over th book- If you find one you want to read, pay a dollar and take it. When you exchange it for another, pay ten cents. If you mwe away or do not want more books you can keep the one vnu have, or return it and receive your dollar. An extra charge of a cent a day if the book is kept over a week. Cagle Roc K Drug Co. W F, BKI'CH, Trip California Condition Powders 25c Prescriptions Accurately Compounded Lee’s Lice Killer 35c Quart
Eagle Rock Sentinel Published every Friday at Eagle Rock, Eos Angeles Co., Calif. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
Eagle Rock Sentinel Published every Friday at Eagle Rock, Eos Angeles Co., Calif. Franklin O. Schroedcr — Editor and Proprietor, Miss Elizabeth Hare—Society. —Offices — Symphony Hall Bldg., Eagle Rock Valley. Glcnandale Place, Eagle Rock Ave. Subscription Price —$1.00 a year strictly in advance. Advertising rates—Display 25c an inch each insertion; classified 5c a line, payable on or before the tenth day of each month. —Mail Address — Box 151 A, Rural Route No. 1, Los Angeles, California Entered at the Postofiice of Los Angeles, Cal., as second class of mail matter on June 20, 1910 Communications and news items solicited. To insure publication for that week, copy must reach this office not later than Wednesday evening.
EDITORIAL THE UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM AND HOW TO MEET IT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
EDITORIAL THE UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM AND HOW TO MEET IT THERE is always talk of the unemployed, but never more than this year. The charity people talk as if the unemployed were a separate class, a different sort of being altogether. You will notice how they speak of the unemployed as a mass, not as individuals and scarcely as a collection of individuals. That makes the situation easier to discuss and relieves the writer of any personal responsibility. As long as we can think of the poor as a body we can subscribe to charity funds and propide hospitals, poorhonses anl jails to cover up the needs of the poor. We even deceive ourselves into thinking that our beneficence provides for the unemployed, but they do not need charity or workhouses or hospitals or jails. They need only the opportunity to employ themselves. They would then supply their own needs, and 'we would not be mulcted of our income. Even the unemployed themselves do not see that. The mo-t that they ask is that somebody shall...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
FURNISHINGS McGEE’S DRY GOODS Largest Stock in Glendale Nice assortment of dry goods, an( j an( j gents’ furnishings. Remember Us when purchasing your Holiday Goods. Comforters and Blankets a specialty. Try us once and you will trade here always. Filger Block No. 580 W. 4th St. Glendale, Cal. »»es« The Los Angeles Examiner The One Live Wire Among the Newspapers of the Great Southwest Alert. *. Accurate. *. Aggressive .*. Delivered to your address every day, 75c a month. Our local agent, C. \V, Hughes, will lie pleased to lake your order. Phone Sunset £ Glendale 3053. ©©•••••••••••••••••••••••••*••••••••••••••••• Beautiful Foothill Lots In — FL ORIS TA N HEIGHTS^ Manv have fruit and shade trees, others have large liv* oaks. Within easy walking distance of Occidental College, situated on high ground in Eagle Rock Valley. The host 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 ...