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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
Underwear Ginghams Rompers Muslins Overalls Flannels x I f T 1 ? ? T ? A. N. SWAN Dry Goods and Notions Strong and Durable Children’s Hose T ♦i* i t "Isis” Hosiery a Specialty. Men’s Underwear. Sunset Phone East 2857. T f s* Ribbons Laces F.mbroidcries Buttons Braids Trimmings ♦♦♦ ▼a" "a" "a" "a" "a" "a," "a" "a" "4" "4" "a" "a" "a" "aT "a" fVS TaSSaT ▼Jri Fleece-Lined &amp; Woolen Underwear For Men, Women and Children Union suits and separate pieces. New Christmas toys, games, dolls and various other gifts arriving daily, Come and see our fine display of new stock Black Cat Brand Hosiery MsenblatT l S "Arrow" Collars Phone East 1544 109 S. Ave. 64 Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULLI AND HERZOG At the end 01 the Eagle Rock Avenue car line. Phone East 960. They will find Bargains For You Blast 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,...
The & RED MOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
The &amp; RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance By WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE Copyright. 1009. by Dodd. Held D Co. I CONTINUED.] "Lawrence needs a bondsman to get that Job, a man with $lOO,OOO to go on bis bond And you know It Is very hard, particularly hard for him, to And a man who Is worth that much to go on his bond -a bond that he’ll do the work and do It right. Oh. Mr Murgatroyd. would it be asking too much of you to”Murgatroyd gazed at her steadily. “And you are asking me to go on a $lOO,OOO bond for your husband?” The tone of his voice told Miriam what she bad to expect, and her heart grew chill, but she braced herself to go on: "Yes,” she answered, and her voice was very gentle and very winning as she proceeded. “And If be could get a little money—Just a little to buy materials. We have saved $5OO. but that will not go far. Oh. he has worked so hard, and 1 don't want him to get discouraged. lie wouldn't ask these things for himself. No, Indeed! You'll go on his bond, won’t you?...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
Office, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of the Eagle Rock Avenue car line Phone East 2217 SIDNEY DELL ATTORNEY AT LAW Glendale, Cal. Expert in Beal Estate Titles Office practice chiefly. Also Probate cases. Will accept special and important litigation. W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39117 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 Avocu Ave. Eagle Rock Sunset Glendale IGI3 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Rock twice a week Best Work E. 11. Howard, Mgr. Fire Insurance!!l 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. W. O. Thompson Repair Work...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR SALE FOR SALE—Wood and coal air-tight heater, cheap. Apply Mrs. Turner. I’hone Sunset East 2805. FOR SALE—-One oak folding bed with mirror. Also child’s folding bed. Mrs. Pollard, 848 Eagle Rock avenue. East 400. FOR SALE—Good 6-rootn plastered hon.-e. 3) minutes from courthouse. 2 car-lines. $l6OO. Pollard, 848 Eagle Rock avenue. Phone East 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 Latighlin building. Phones Main 9307 Home 10767. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Good 6-room house. 20 minutes from court-house. Located on 2 car-lines. $ll ,pcr month and and water. Apply of Mrs. Pollard, 848 Eagle Rock avenue. East 400. SPECIAL NOTICES HARDWARE—Paints and Oils. Garvanza Hardware. W. L. Van Wig, Phones: East 237. ; Home 39301 Butler (l...
Glendale High Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
Glendale High Notes By a Regular Correspondent. An exciting game of basketball will be played between the school team and Harvard Military Academy this afternoon. The success of the local team is assured. The score was 48 to 12 in favor of the Glendale team. Following is the line-up: Art Taylor, center: Sam Reheart, Art Knight, forwards; lay Stone, “Kid” Aloore, guards. Report cards for the first quarterterm of school were given out on Friday evening. School was closed Thursday and Friday of this week in celebration of Thanksgiving. The girls are now organizing a basketball team and will have interclass games soon. A new running track is to be commenced soon. The track is to encircle the baseball diamond in the rear of the school. Wednesday evening a basketball game took place at the Glendale court between the Glendale High team and that of the L. A. High. The Junior number of the “Stylus” appeared Wednesday evening and deserves comment for its excellent contents and appearance. The...
NEWS FROM THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
NEWS FROM THE CHURCHES Large congregations are now attending the services at the Methodi't church which arc held every Sunday under the leadership of Dr. Spangler, the pastor. A meeting was held laSt Sunday at the Symphony Hall by the Episcopal church society, the Rev. Nason of Highland Park having charge of the services. Similar meetings are held every sabbath at 3:30 p. m. An especially interesting service is to he held at the Congregational church both Sunday morning and Sunday evening. Strangers arc always welcomed, their presence being appreciated.
MUSIC AND EMOTION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
MUSIC AND EMOTION To win the applause and the hearts of one's hears Interpretation’s most need. How is it some lack, some possess, Tliat power to make the heart bleed', Or he .triad and sail far above sorrow. Or he tilled with a passionate love. All powerful, possessing, enrapturing? How is it that one may thus move And stir e’en the soul of his hearers To sweetest or desperate deeps? Vet, it isn't till with the performer, To me. sympathetic, it creeps— This emotion —light treading and fa-t, Into nn Innermost soul depth:— And it leaves me, when it is past, With a feeling, an infinite Somethng— A glimpse of the realness of life: \nd I'm carried to realms far beyond me, \nd i feel sadness, joy, love, or strife. The World seems a place merely dreamed' of, \nd Soul the one reality! All's poorly expressed, but I feel Ting Music sings Heaven to me!
Avenue Forty-Three Bridge [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
Avenue Forty-Three Bridge City Kngineer Hamlin has notified the Hoard of Public Works that no appropriation has been made for the Avenue Forty-three bridge across the Arroyo Seco, and that it will be neces-ary to ask the Council to transfer $l5OO from the general expense fund so that the work may be carried out. The Los Angeles puller force wa. never in better training nor contained mine efficient men than at tlie present time.
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
Local Events Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Barber arc at Long Beach for a few weeks’ stay. Mr. Douglas I lollingworth spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Young of Castle Crags. Mrs. Douglas Hollingworth left Monday for a visit of several weeks with her parents at Santa Cruz. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bourne had as their guest on Thanksgiving, Mr. Raymond Gray of I.os Angeles. Dr. and Mrs. Carle Phinncy and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. t,. J, Buck of Highland Park for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Lucy iHamor, mother of Mrs. \V. E. Bruce, arrived from her home in Boston and expects to spend the winter here. | The grocery firm of J. B. Moser j and Company and the Eagle Rock drug store have now displayed fine new signs on their store fronts. Interesting Thanksgiving exercises were held at the school house Wednesday afternoon. The pupils all congregated in Miss Ricchcr’s room which had been prettily decorated for the occasion with flowers and autumn leaves. Many relatives and friends of the pupils were p...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
t I t 1 t 1 T T T t t T ? T t ? t t ** ♦♦♦ If you are not satisfied with your Grocer *‘‘ t T t A I i T ♦!« we would be glad to have you Give Us a Trial 5 ct. return trip fare from your city to our corner It will pay you to investigate us m üßs aSS Pure Goods Absolute Cleanliness Get one of our Red order Books It has always been our aim to make our store a little betterto be a little more progressive than other grocery stores-to give you always the best of everything to eat-to make this store your store and conduct it in such a way that each customer will be our best advertisement :::::::::: k T i t T ? T t ? ? t T T I T ± J 1 r T f T t ♦ ♦ ? j I 4 T T T ♦ SHAVER’S GROCERY “ALittle Store Well Cecil E. Shaver, Proprietor Home 813, Sunset 1361 Glendale, California T ? I T t ♦!♦ ♦
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 November 1910
The PEOPLE’S STORE Glendalel&amp;k? 1 A large assortment of Christmas Goods comprising the best in the line of Toys, Dolls, Candy, Staionery, etc. Your notions, hardware, and other small goods can be purchased cheaper here. Prices low as the lowest with quality that assures your steady patronage. I Come and tee our stock first. Cars stop infront of the door. KlWrflMi tatatata-tgLtatoiEaßa a bb a ebb bbbbib Baßißßßia B'bbbbb bbbb q a □ boh 00a Sunset Glendale 2071 Home 832 .•. GLENDALE DYE WORKS CLEANING PRESSING Prompt and Satisfactory Service Our Motto. &amp; DYEING Residence Phone Sunset Glendale 721 830 Brand Blvd., Glendale, California Sunset Olendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OR NIGHT LADT ATTENDANT Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier lEaglr Unrk Sank Capital, 925,0...
IMPROVEMENT CLUB TO MEET ON MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
IMPROVEMENT CLUB TO MEET ON MONDAY The regular monthly meeting of the Eagle Rock Improvement League will be held at Symphony Hall on Monday, December 5. The matter of the incorporation of Eagle Rock is to be an important feature of the meeting and some valuable data on this subject can be obtained by participating. J. H. Hadden, editor of the Huntington Park Signal, has promised to be present and will give some of the real facts concerning the city of Huntington Park and how incorporation has affected that thrviing settlement. The alleged conditions of that city have been a course of argument against progress and prosperity by incorporation of our town and it is likely that some very potent facts will be exposed by the remarks .of Mr. Hadden. It will be necessary to call the meeting to order promptly at 8 o’clock in order that Mr. Hadden will be able to leave on the car departing at 9 o’clock so as to make connections with the outgoing Huntington Park car. A careful canvas has been ...
REPORTS MANY SALES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
REPORTS MANY SALES The following sales made by Ernest Becker the past few days demonstrate the activity in local real estate circles: The 5-room bungalow belonging to James Gray on Sycamore and Central to Adda Miller, consideration $2,800. Mrs. Miller takes possession today and will make further improvements soon. Sold to Miss Estrola Bunton of Old Mexico, Lot 9, Block 1, Floristan Heights tract, $l,OOO. Lots 1 and 30, same tract, also to M iss Bunton. Lot 30, Block 1, and Lot 1, Block 2 to W. Whetsel, of Butler, Indiana, for immediate improvement. Lot 14, Block 11, to J. A. Wondrey, who has already started the erection of a new home. Lot 2, Block 6, to Mrs. Harriet Pierce of Chicago. Lot 1, Block 10, to J. G. Cole for immediate improvement. Lots 10 and 11, Block 5, to Miss L. H. Campbell. “Stronghold” Overalls for men and boys at Swan's Dry Goods Store. j
STEADY SALES OF GOOD PROPERTY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
STEADY SALES OF GOOD PROPERTY Henry S. Bourne, local manager for the Edwards &amp; Wildey Company reports a well sustained demand for Eagle 'Rock property of the better class. Among their sales are the following: In Occidental Heights Annex, to Miss Lizzie Roth, Lot 33, 50x130 on Hollingsworth Ave. near Las Flores Drive, orice $550. To Henry C. Robinson, Lots 36 and 37 of the same tract, price $llOO. To M. G. Hurlburt, Lots T, 9 and 10, 150x135, on Hollingsworth Ave., price $1625. In iSatsuma Park, to Casendra M. Reed, Lot 12, 55x175 on iSatsuma Ave. near Las Flores, price $B5O. To R. N. Neilson, .Lots 38 and 29, 110x175 price $l7OO, purchased for improvement. In Eagle Dale, for Robert Henry Brown to ,M. R. Bowman, Lots 5 and 6 being two acres on Rock Glen Ave. consideration $3500. The property will be improved with a handsome home, to cost about $4OOO. In Occidental Heights, for Scott Browning to Walter J. Hoopes, Lot 111, 50x150 on College View Ave. near Hill, price $650. ...
A Fellows Resolution. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
A Fellows Resolution. The following is the important resolution to be addressed by Thomas Fellows to the meeting of the Federation of Improvement Associations; “Wheras, The present method of notifying property owners as to the condition of main sewer is wholly unsatisfactory and is frequently the cause of 10 per cent being added to the contract price of the sewer, “Therefore, be it resolved. That the Association requests the Federation of Improvement Associations to take immediate action that will provide for the sending of a proper and direct notification to all property owners as to the completion of sewers, road or any other public improvements, and for the payment of money for such improvements directly to the City or Countv Treasurer, and not to private parties as at present.”