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NEW GROCERY STORE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
NEW GROCERY STORE T. B. York, recently of Oakland, will today' open a grocery and general store in the Bronson store building at 1373 Sycamore avenue. Mr. York will carry a fresh stock of staple and fancy groceries, a line of hardware, feed, fuel and other items for the convenience of his many neighbors. For the chilly nights—good warm night robes at Swan’s Dry Goods Store—for ladies and children.
FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS TO AID EXPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS TO AID EXPOSITION (Special to the “Sentinel”—By Winfield Hogaboom) San Diego, Dec. 2.—San Diego’s Panama-California Exposition has received its first assurance of aid from foreign governments. Guatemala has officially replied to a letter from Director General D, C. Collier, addressed to President Cabrera. Through Senor Joaquin Mendez, secretary of agcicultur? and indqatries. President Cabrera assures the Exposition directors that Guatemala will send an exhibit to San Diego during the year 1915, and asks for plans of the exposition grounds and also wants to know how much space Guatemala can have. These questoins are difficult to answer at the present time, because Landscape Artist John C. Olmsted is now working out the details of the landscape features of Balboa park, in San Diego, where the Pananv-'Cali-fornia Exposition is to be held, and until 'this task is completed space cannot be allotted. The letter indicates that Guatemala will have a splendid exhibit at t...
WOMEN’S REALM. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
WOMEN’S REALM. “Let us learn to be content with what we have. Let us get rid of our false estimates, set up all the higher ideals—a quiet home, a few hooks full of the inspiration of a genius, a few friends worthy of being loved and able to love us in turn, a hundred innocent pleasures that bring no pain, no sorrow, edvotion to the right that will never swerve, a simple religion empty of all bigotry, full of trust and hope and love—and to such a philospohy this world will give up all the empty joy it has.” In glancing over a magazine recently the above quotation held my fancy. What a quiet, serene and happy life one would have if we would, and we can, “learn to be content with what we have. Did you ever think what was the cause of so much malicious gossip? Is it not being discontented with what we have? Don’t be a gossip, but remember that the highest culture is to speak no ill; be quick to see all beauty, all worth, let kindliness control your dealings with your fellow men. Speak k...
LOCAL BOYS WIN CLOSE BALL GAME [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
LOCAL BOYS WIN CLOSE BALL GAME Defeated, in a score of 7 to 8 and the last half of the ninth inning unplayed, was the fate of the husky lads of York Valley, known as the York,dale Nine. When they attempted to win from the Eagle Rock team in a game of baseball here last Sunday afternoon. It was the second game played by the Eagle Rock team. Scarcely have they been organized and purchased their uniforms. They have had the benefit of but a small amount of practice, while their sturdy opponents have 'been organized for a term of years. There was a crowd of not less than two hundred persons present and the cheers of these scores of spectators made the close game one of consid erable excitement. Captain J, Will Rroxholme of the local nine is training the boys up for another game to be played with a strong team from another part of the county on a near approaching date.
NEW HOME FOR BECKER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
NEW HOME FOR BECKER Ernest Becker is having plans made for his new nine room home soon to be built on Payton avenue, north of Colorado. This property is known as the Teacher’s tract and will be subdivided into half acre building sites and immediately improved with high-class street work. The tract will be called Otsego Park terrace. Building restrictions of $2500 will be maintained. Immediately adjoining this excellent tract is the Mathews property. Architect Kelly has sent plans and spacibcations for a new $lO,OOO home to Mr. Mathews to Chicago where he is now visiting.
TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB The next meeting of the Woman's Twentieth Century Club wil be held on Thursday afternoon, Dec. Bth in the lecture room of the Congregational church. Miss Bertha C. Moore of South Pasadena will make an address on civci questions. There will be special music. The hostesses will be Mrs. E. A. Allen and Miss Valeria Chisholm.
EVENT A SUCSESS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
EVENT A SUCSESS The first of a series of social events to be given by members of th. Twentieth Century Club occurred last evening at Symphony Hall and was a real success, both socially and financially, and much credit is due the committee in charge. About seventy guests enjoyed the hospitality of the hostesses who were Mesdames Harry Bourne, L. Herzog. L. V. Stock well, J. A. Gates, Frederick Miller, Ray Murdock and John Frackleton, The early part of the evening was devoted to playing five hundred. A short program consisting of a reading by Mrs. Bessie T. Miller, a vocal solo by Elizabeth Hare and zither selections by Mr. M. L. H'erzog was followed by a delightful cafeteria supper, after which the guests danced until a late hour. The Eagle Rock Drug Co. solicits business, and will make deliveries throughout the valley and Eagle Rock avenue.
ADVERTISING RATES TO BE INCREASED SOON [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
ADVERTISING RATES TO BE INCREASED SOON Beginning with the first issue in January, J9II, the rates for display advertising in the Eagle Rock Sentinel will be raised. The new rate card is now bejng prepared and will be published in the succeeding issue of this publication. It is not the chief object of this change to increase the revenue now collected for advertising, but mainly to reduce the present volume of display matter and increase the amount of reading matter. This will make it possible to run more local news—more illustrative matter, and to better the paper in many other ways. More write-up matter will be given and the numerous advantages of living in this magnificent suburb will be plainly pointed out. Several hundred copies of each issue will be distributed at prominent places in the city—such as the Chamber of Commerce and other like places —so that homeseckers will be attracted by the marvels of this valley and induced to visit here, thus assuring their locating here. Eagl...
FEDERATION MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
FEDERATION MEETING There will be a federated meeting of the Parent-Teachers Assocaition in the Glendale High School building this evening at 8 o'clock. A good program has been prepared and everyone interested is invited. Bo content with nothing loss than something better. To progress is tff live, to stagnate is to die.
VALUABLE PRIZES FREE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
VALUABLE PRIZES FREE J Klgie Busch, proprietor of the Glendale theatre is displaying: great generosity at his popular play house in the jewel city. Mr. Busch is giving valuable prizes to his patrons 'each week. With each admission ticket purchased one is given a coupon and between the first and second performances on Monday evening a member of the audience is selected to draw a number from the ballot box and the holder of the duplicate is entitled to the prize. Little Nerva Scott was the holder of the lucky ticket last week and was awarded the prize—a large Thanksgiving turkey. This week an $B.OO clock was given away. During the next few weeks a nice large turkey from the Busch poultry farm in San Fernando valley will be given away each week. Of course each one of you can’t win a prize but you all have the same chance and if you don't get a turkey you Will have the satisfaction of seeing as good a show as you can see anywhere for the same amount of money. “Talk is the small change o...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
DRY CLEANING, DYEING and REPAIRING EVERYTHING RETURNED BUT THE DIRT ACME DYE WORKS 1227 Figueroa St., Los Angeles Broadway 3912. Home 53432 Our city wagons call in Eagi Rock, Glendale and Tropica Daily finer VVoor//ffSJ 'm/i FIFTH FLOOR—HAMBURGER BUILDING 100 feet above street noise and dust. Modern, Forecful, Progressive —27 th year—always the leader. Enter any time. F-1850, Main 2305. EDWARD KING ISAACS, President.
Glendale High Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
Glendale High Notes By a Regular Correspondent. • • • The Freshmen have selected the edtiors for their issue of the “Stylus” which will be published in February. • • • The botany class went to Verdugo Park this morning to gather specimens of all kinds of flowers and so forth. If their words can be relied upon they had a most magniferous time. • • • The game which was played last Saturday on Harvard court was captured (of course) by the Glendale boys. At the end of the first half the score stood in favor of Harvard, but in the last half our boys brought the score up to 41 to 22. • • • The Junior class are contemplating giving a box party some night in the coming week in order to raise some money wtih which to buy pennants, etc. The place in which it is to be given has not been decided as yet but every one expects it to be a “howling success.” • • • Glendale has a right to be proud of her basket ball team. On Wednesday afternoon the Glendale boys played the University of California on...
TO MAKE STEEL Great Plant to Be Built Near San Pedro [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
TO MAKE STEEL Great Plant to Be Built Near San Pedro The announcement last Wednesday by Mr. L. S. Barnes, who represents a wealthy syndicate, that without doubt Southern California would soon possess one of the largest steel plants in the west and that it would be erected near San Pedro, created great interest in Jjos Angeles and Southern California in general. There appears to be no doubt but the project has at last taken tangible form and that a plant to cost upwards of $10,000,000 will be built, having a ca. pacity of 10,000 tons. When the work is initiated it will be the beginning of a new era for this southland. It will mean more to the people than the “days of gold” in ’49. It will not only mean the employment of a large number of men at the works who will receive a high wage scale, but the building and equipment of many other concerns dependent upon steel. Structural manufactures, rolling mills, etc., will not then have to depend on the shipments of steel from the east. It wi...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
Local Events Mrs. O. A. See has been visiting in Covina this week. Mrs. Howard Barton spent part of the week with friends at Palms. Mr. Kellam and family have moved to West Eighth street in Los Angeles. A very pretty residence is being built for Mr. H. A. Walbrect in Satsuma Park. Mr. Stewart is building a pretty five room bungalow on Glen Eyrie avenue for a home. Dr. and Mrs. Lincoln S. Rogers have as their house guest, Miss Rita Barker of Hanford. Otto Schroeder returned Wednesday evening from a business trip to Antelope Valley. Mr. and Mrs. McCracken and Mr. George Phillips are occupying the bungalow at The Crags. Mr. Albert Redding of New York was the guest of Mr. Sam Ayars and family on Thanksgiving day. An artistic seven-room bungalow to cost $4500 is being built on Acacia 'street for Mr. S. E. Hatfield. L. D. Goodyear, a representative of the Los Angeles Times, was in the valley several days this week soliciting subscriptions. Mrs. Hoague, who has been visiting relatives in t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
The HOLIDAYS Are Here! SUGGESTIONS FOR A XMAS DINNER Dates, Figs, Layer and Seeded Raisins, Currants, Nuts. Cranberries, Apples, Oranges, Celery, Sweet Potatoes, Pkkles, Olives, Potato Chips, Dried Figs, Prunes, Apricots and Peaches. Fresh Butter and Eggs. Leave orders for Fruit Cakes. J. B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY XMAS IS COMING Come and see the fine line of Christmas Stationery at prices that are lower than the lowest. Kodaks for the children and others. See our beautiful hand-painted Calendars, Mottoes, and Cards. Your inspection is cordially urged. . The Glendale Book Store Laxative Bromo Quinine 15c Phone East 2694 Delivery Service Trunk’s Prescription For Rheumatism This is the time for selecting your Magazines for 1911 * subscriptions. We are prepared to give you lowest quotations on any combination you may select. Cagle Roch Drug Co. Central and Colorado. W. E. BRUCE, Prop. Sun Flowes Seed 10c a pound 3 lbs for 25c Prescription! Accurately Compounded Stationery Announcem...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 December 1910
The PEOPLE’S STORE 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. 0 Come and see our stock first. Cars stop infront of the door. Sunset Glendale 2071 Home 832 . .GLENDALE DYE WORKS.-. CLEANING PRESSING &amp; DYEING Prompt and Satisfactory Service Our Motto. Residence Phone 830 Brand Blvd., Sunset Glendale 721 Glendale, California Sunset Olsndala 2011 Home 534 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OB NIGHT LADT ATTENDANT Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier lEaglr Sark lank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Roc...