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VERDUGA DIFFICULTIES WIND UP IN COURT P. Y. Lowe Asks $lO,OOO Damages Besides Permanent Injunction [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
VERDUGA DIFFICULTIES WIND UP IN COURT P. Y. Lowe Asks $lO,OOO Damages Besides Permanent Injunction The difficulties between the Pacific Electric Railway Company and MrPied,id Vorha Sow 1. over the restaurant hu-ine-s at the end of the railway company’s Glendale line and the use of the name "Ta-.t A'erdttgo." re-tilted in a -nit for $lO.Ol M dam ages being tiled in the superior court against the Pacific Electric. It i- set forth that the Pacific Flee trie is n 0 authorized by its articleof incorporation, it- charter, or the laws of California to engage in any re-taurattl or cafe business and the plaintiff ask-, besides $lll,OOO dam age', that a permanent injunction he issued re-traimng the railway com patty from it-ing a sign with the words "Casa A’erdttgo." or conducting a restaurant under any name eon laining those words.
CASH GROCERY OPENS ON EAGLE ROCK AA'F.NUE Bates Mercantile Company Starts With Prospects fer Good Trade [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
CASH GROCERY OPENS ON EAGLE ROCK AA'F.NUE Bates Mercantile Company Starts With Prospects fer Good Trade The Bales Mercantile Company this week opened a first class cash grocery in the Phelp- Shannon building on Eagle Rock avenue and Ma hantouga way. Mr. Trank Bates is at the head of the concern and Inexperience in tlii~ line of business assure- the people of having a lir-t--el.';-s grocery with courteous treatment a- well as quality of goods at a considerable -aving front the ti-nal price charged by hint- giving credit .'.ml delivery service. Mr. Bates will make deliveries of goods that are inconvenient for the purchaser to car ry. hut sitn all orders will not he brought to the hollies.
WORLD-WIDE INTEREST TAKEN IN EXPOSITION Many Foreign Governments to Aid in Unique Fair at San Diego Special to the "Sentinel" by Winfield Hogaboom [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
WORLD-WIDE INTEREST TAKEN IN EXPOSITION Many Foreign Governments to Aid in Unique Fair at San Diego Special to the "Sentinel" by Winfield Hogaboom San Diego, Doc. 1“, That worldw i &lt; K interest i&gt; being taken in the 11 ni&gt;In ' exposition to hr given in San. Diego throughout th year of 1915 is evidenced by letU s received alml -1 daily by Director (icnernl D. t l oilier from foreign countries, t'l I'cly following a letter from the president of linatemala staling that I hat country will participate in the exposition. have come others from Brazil. llondnras. Belgium, France, 1 ngl.md. Guadeloupe, Yucatan, San Salvador and other faraway countrii'. In some instances the governments will send exhibits of national character, and in others the chamber- fu commerce or other government or civic hodies have taken charge of the matter and will prepare the collective exhibits to he sent. rhe announcement contained in the letter received from the secretary of the ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
DRY CLEANING, DYEING and REPAIRING EVERYTHING RETURNED BUT THE DIRT ACME DYE WORKS IJJ7 Hlmut'l,l St., [.os Angeles (’roadway 3012 Home 53432 &lt; )ur ei:\ wagons call in Eagi Ruck, 111 M • 1. 1 1 ■ ■ uul I ropica Daily n r*.s* /? c It f//•//, FIFTH FLOOR—HAMBURGER BUILDING in feet above «tncl noisy and dust Modern. Force•'ut. Pro,. -ivo 27tli year—always the leader. Enter .viy time. F 185 A. Main 2305. EDWARD KING ISAACS, President.
Eagle Rock Sentinel Published every Friday at Eagle Rock, Los Angeles Co., Calif. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
Eagle Rock Sentinel Published every Friday at Eagle Rock, Los Angeles Co., Calif. Franklin O. Schrpedcr— Editor and Proprietor. Miss Elizabeth Hare —Society. —Offices— Symphony Hall Bldg., Eagle RockValley. Glenandalc Place, Eagle Rock Ave. Subscription Price—sl.oo a year strictly in advance. Advertising rates—Display 25c an inch each insertion; classilled 5c a line, payable on or before the tenth day of cadh month. —Mail Address — Box 151 A, Rural Route No. 1, Los Angeles, California Entered at the Postoffice 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 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
EDITORIAL People who live in the glass trust mll -1 not throw stones at the United States government. Bor the Democratic governor-elect the favorite decoration is a presidential lighting rod,— Burbank Review. A notice which was recently served to an Oklahoma editor by a “red--kin" subscriber on account of irregularity in the delivery of hi- pa- - per follow-: "Next time you not , send me paper so maybe I take yon ? scalp."’ ? rite mi-chie ve ms work of the S printer’s devil i- displayed in the fol c lowing item clipped from one of onr J eastern exchange-: "Cha-. Maeovey, 5 who was decently married to Miss 5 bit lie! Crocker of thi- city, i- report- ? cd to be -erion-h ill at hi- home in 5 Nevada, lowa. 5 Speaking of presidents: some pcoS pie appear to think that because Mr. 2 Taft -pells his name—--5 Takes S Advice ? From 5 Teddy S he i- not president of the United t Stale-. Ke-nh- will show, however. 5 A dun i- a dun the world over, but ? the way it i- done by the Britt 5 (Iowa) Tr...
A Generous Gift [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
A Generous Gift •; I “Von may '■ay what you like about ;• | young ministers, but I have nothing •I but ]irai-e for our young pastor." re- !• marked the pompous Mr. Brown as a he parsed out the church. “Xothing &gt; but praise!" •! "So I observed." dryly retorted the &gt; deacon, who had passed the plate.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
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. W. Hughes, will be pleased to take your order. Phone Sunset Glendale 3053. 5000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 chocolates: The finest stock of fresh chocolates ju-t arrived and selling ai 25c per lb,. 15c per half pound, unless i|uautity. French creams, bon-bons, butterscotch, etc. The most delicious kinds on the market. Hut them at Glendale. The PEOPLE’S STORE Glendale, Calif. Come and see our stock first. Cars stop infront of the door. &gt;CX&gt;OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOh &gt;OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-' Beautiful Foothill Lots In---FL ORIS TA N HEIGHTS Many have fruit and shade trees, others have large liv* oaks. Within easy walking distance of Occidental College, situated on high ground in Eagle Hock Valley. The best street improvements costing $25,...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
Boys’ Red Wagons. Price from $l.OO to $2.50. Will deliver them Saturday evening if you want them for Santa j Claus. J :l Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse, Eagle Rock Hardware Store. Phone E. 477. NOTICE Tr' Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly will confer A favor upon us by reporting same to this' office. Please ’dd not neglect this matter as it is of great importance to the conduct of the paper. Publisher. We have with the word “Eagle Rock” on them. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse. Phone E. 477 the Hardware Men.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
♦% A. ? T ♦!♦ | Chsi&amp;mas Is Coming! I n Ji ♦&gt; ♦&gt; ♦!♦ ♦&gt; t t ♦ T T T 1 T ? ? See the Fine Line of Holiday Goods at— Swan’s Dry Goods Store Dolls, Toys, Books, Games, Stationery, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Perfumes, Notions and Novelties. t x t t x x x x T ? f Colorado and Castle. Y Phone East 2857 ♦.♦ » vuiuiauu “••'» \.«3UV. 1 none IL.'lSl £OO/ v ♦:♦ 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 Rosenblatt l S "Arrow" Collars Phone East 1844 109 S. Ave. 64 t 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 - - - ----- East and Back VIA THE Southern Pacific A FEW MORE DATES DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, PUEBLO Fare $55.00 Sales Dates, September 21...
FLORIDA “Everglade” Lands-The United States Tropics [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
FLORIDA “Everglade” Lands-The United States Tropics These lands are the richest and most productive in the world and have the most delightful and healthful all the year climate in the civilized world. Having been at Miami, Florida, for the past month, and having travelled over the ovcrglade lands that are within thirty miles of Miami, studying conditions there, I have been able to gain knowledge of many things, and can now speak of what I have seen and pretty thoroughly investigated and know to be a fact. Let me mention a few that interested me. First some of the negatives: There are no mosquitoes in the everglades, a vast prairie of level, black muck soil approximately eighty by one hundred and twenty miles in extent. and there is no malaria there, no frost. There are very few flies, very few insect pests, and probably as small a percentage of undesirable citizens or poisonous reptiles as in any part of the United States. Let me mention some of the conditions and facts of great val...
DISGRACE TO THE STATE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
DISGRACE TO THE STATE Can it be possible that the authorities of the State of California countenance ruffianism, hazing and tyrrany? Is it a fact that the regents and faculty of the State University permit beer guzzling within the boundaries of the U. C.? Has it come to such a condition of affairs at Berkeley that a student can no longer “stand for the right,” decline to guzzle beer or other intoxicants without being liable to be roughly handled by ant -temperance sophomores? Cannot a clean-minded student protest against an annual "BeerBusting" smoker and circulate a petition for signatures protesting against the demoralizing practice of beer drinking at a sophomore smoker without being the subject of a malicious onslaught by University rowdies? In tin name of common decency, manly courage, rectitude, morality and ti mpcrancc, cannot a student at our Stale University pursue his college course and avail himself of his cons itutional rights to free speech wit tout having his life enda...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
Local Events J B. Moser and company are having ga- fixtures installed in their grocery. Mr Ralph Bourne had as his guest Monday night Mr. Raymond Gray of I.os Angeles, Dr. I.incoln Rogers has made decided improvements on his beautiful home on Oak Grove ■venue Dr. A S. Johnson has returned from a short business trip to the desert John Lovejoy is spending part of the Christma- vacation at Long Beach. Mr. John T. Bailee and Dr. George F, Cox spent Friday night duck hunting. Ree and Mrs, I R. l.ovejoy entertained Mr. Frank Greta and family of Pasadena on Sunday. Mrs. Mary J. Beach of Glendale place has returned home after a stay of four months in the northern part of the state. W. W Hunt of the [.os Angeles Railway has rented the Beach house on Glendale place and ha- moved his family here. Harry Davis of the U. S. army left Saturday for the pre-ido at San Francisco after a pleasant stay of a month with Ids parents here. Mr. and Mr-, \\ , is. Cowan had as their guests during the week. Mr...
ANNANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
ANNANDALE Christmas candi -. nuts and fruits at the "Bon Ton." Mr. Pickens has purchased the Scott place on Annan Way and will occupy the same in a few days Mrs II Dorsey of Cl. iremont spent I tinrsdn\ with relative* in this !o call tv. Mr R Maynard of Kuhli street 'pent several day* in San Jacinto, where he was called on business. Mr I . \ I Infer of Strickland road ;* enjoying a visit from his mother, recently from the Kast. Mrs. I Infer expects to pass the winter in Southern California.
Glendale High Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
Glendale High Notes I lie Junior class party (which really wasn't a class party) proved a success, particularly financially. I 1 levcn dollars were realized The German class gave a “German banquet in the school gymnasium I hursda} night. The affair proved to he quite a success. German dishes only were served and every one spoke German exclusively. Ihe Supltjomore number of tile Stylus is getting under way. Several good cuts have been handed in to the art editor and from all reports this copy will excell the last, which "as edited by the Juniors. I hib week the art department seems to have turned into .a Christmas shop. All the students who wish to stencil or paint anything for gifts are doing s ( ». Many are mak ing watch-fobs in the craft depart ment of drawing. Saturday afternoon the league championship basket ball game between Glendale and Whittier will be played upon .‘the 'OefidenVal court. I he game is expected to be an ex citing one as last year we won the championship of the...