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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
Office, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of the Ragle Bock Avenue car line Phone Cast 2217 W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles anil 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 Avoca Ave. Eagle Rock Sunset Glendale 1613 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Rock twice a week Best Work E. H. Howard, Mgr. Fire Insurance!!! 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 a Specialty. Estimates Furnished. 808 4th street Glendale, Cal, OUT® (DESIGNS * HALF TONE AND LINE CUTS FOR CATALOGUES. MAGAZINES AND GENERAL ILLUSTRATING 557 So...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR SALE FOR SALE— \V ' I and coal air-tight heater, • Apply Mrs. Turner, I’hone s i i.; as t o Good surrey, cheap. iM' - ie l ast 28 7. WANTED WANTED—Room and board by young lady. State proximity of Eagle Rock school house. Write or call at “Senunel" office for particulars. \\ \NT I 1) To trade good M: dull d| s-setiger aiiin for lot in Kagl Rock Apply this office. WAX I h.n To huy a blue dame diidle ia burner iiittit. nnplete: must dieap. A.hires- \\ O, !', , x lOr Glendale, stating price. FOR RENT FOR RENT—GcM d-room house. 20 minutes from c j.irt-house. Located on 2 car-linesl! per m nth and and vuer. Apply ot Mrs. Pollard, 84vV Eag! Rock arenas. East 4&lt;X'. SPECIAL NOTICES HARDWARE— Paints and Oils. Carvanza Hardware, W, L. Van Wig, Phones; East 237.; Horne 39301
PLANS FOR A CONNECTIVE RAILROAD W. H. Burkhart Starts Move for Small Gasoline Car Service [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
PLANS FOR A CONNECTIVE RAILROAD W. H. Burkhart Starts Move for Small Gasoline Car Service \\ . 11. Burkhart, who h:is taken an ' active part in securing the railway extensions to both Eagle Rock avenue anil Eagle Rook valley, and one ol the oldest active railroad nUm in the entire south, has announced Ids plans of securing a small car line to run front the present terminus of the Eagle Rock avenue car line to Occidental Park. Pile plan of Mr. Burk hart is to run a -mall gasoline car to and fro for the benefit of the residents who now have to walk consul eralde distances to their homes which would he eliminated by running this proposed line over the route of which he is now having a map made. More definite plans will soon he announced hy Mr. Burkhart as matters further develoy.
| PARENT-TEACHERS MEET AT ANNANDALE SCHOOL Necessity cf Co-cperaticn Pointed Out by Informed Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
| PARENT-TEACHERS MEET AT ANNANDALE SCHOOL Necessity cf Co-cperaticn Pointed Out by Informed Speaker On account of tho Christmas vacation next week the arenl Teachers’ Association of the Annandale school met Wednesday afternoon at the •cltool house and listened to Mr. I’hdlips of the County Hoard of Kd neat-oil. lie spoke of the necessity ol co-operation between the parents and the teachers and hv stories of mail occurrences uyed how man\ misiindcrstandinics c mid he avoided. It was one oi the inns; intere-linj’ and ir.-trncli\e talks the association has listened l i in a lona while and the only regret wa- that there was not a laryer attendance.
i Carving Sets, Roasters, Gas Ranges , sensible and u-eful presents. Ritchey & Grctthcuse. Eagle Rock Hardware Store, j Her Aanswer [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
i Carving Sets, Roasters, Gas Ranges , sensible and u-eful presents. Ritchey &amp; Grctthcuse. Eagle Rock Hardware Store, j Her Aanswer 1 took her in my new canoe A- tin -tinnner'- day toward evening' drew, A wooing, lia-lifnl lover; 1 kis-ed her on her lips divine And a-ked her softly to he mine When the d tinted old boat turned over.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
Sunset Glendale 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 LADY ATTENDANT Good Quality and Service Everybody is getting just what they want at the time they want it right here in Eagle Rock. The quality of our goods is the best, the service is unexcelled, and the price is the lowest that the high standard of quality will permit. A fresh stock of groceries, fruits and vegetables for the Christmas dinner is now here and your inspection invited. J. B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY Fer-Dcn Building Phone East 114S $ DON’T FORGET! THAT YOUR BOY WANTS A KODAK We have them right here at prices ranging from $2.00 upward. Also a fine line of the latest and most popular books, stationery and other appropriate Christmas gifts. See our line. The Glendale Book Store 576 W FOURTH STREET BOTH PHONES Extra copies of the “Sentinel” can lu- had at the uf'lice of the publication or f...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 December 1910
California’! Great Newspaper tlbe Xos Hngeles Utmes Send for sample copy of the biggest newspaper in the world. largest circulation in the Southwest Net result: largest amount of reading matter I The biggest paper Largest volume of display advertising \ The best paper Largest volume of classified advertising / The best value Highest character of readers I The best ever. California’s great newspaper— THE LOS ANGELES TIMES @E3ISIS|g|HBIIIsBISISiIBMII&gt;&lt;!SIS]@ISIHm](S@Iia@IIIsISraHIiaigKSSIiaBIBISB@raBBS@BI3ISraOSIgEaEaS Robert Henry Brown, Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier P. F. Schumacher, Viee-Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier iEagli 1 2Utrk lank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are working with everybody (o build up Engle Bock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. SigiiiiaisoaiaiiisHiiisiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiaiasiigiiaßiaiiaiiig UKALK S T A T E You Furnish the B...
iNGORPORATIONPETITION BEFORE SUPERVISORS Election Date to Be Set at Next Regular Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
iNGORPORATIONPETITION BEFORE SUPERVISORS Election Date to Be Set at Next Regular Meeting Eagle Rock’s fate as to incorporating this town as a city of the sixth class will in all probability not be decided until the latter part of January. Attorney Garrett appeared before the Board of Supervisors when the latter body met in the court house on Monday morning. The clerk read the petition for incorporation, stating that publication had been duly made. The petition starts out with a preamble, then sets forth the boundaries of the new “city of Eagle Rock,” then states that the population of the territory is not more than 3000 nor less than SOO. It closes with the prayer. The matter was held over until the afternoon session. Inasmuch as an annexation petition has been filed bv Glendale as to Tropico, Verdugo and also a certain portion of Eagle Rack, it seemed appropriate to lay the Eagle Rock petition over until after the Glendale election, which has been set for the 3rd of January. This m...
MAD CANINE RUNS LOOSE IN VALLEY Kolbe Dog Roves at Eagle Rock in Mad Condition [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
MAD CANINE RUNS LOOSE IN VALLEY Kolbe Dog Roves at Eagle Rock in Mad Condition Editor Sentinel: Permit me to say a few words through your columns on the mad dog subject. Mr. Kolbe’s dog has, in all probability, gone mad. They noticed him snapping at many things; and he even snapped at members of the Kolbe family. 1 understand that he also frothed at the mouth. He suddenly left, or rather as they tell it, disappeared. A dog when mad desires to travel, and will go till he gets killed or dies from the effects of hydrophobia. . According to Mr. Kolbe’s son, their dog fought many dogs in the neighborhood just before he disappeared and, presumably made strong through the frenzy of his disease, he whipped all of them. People should see to this and either muzzle their dogs or keep them penned up. A number of dogs are running the streets of this village, often three or four together, and they are a nuisance without having hydrophobia. I am inclined to say that those found on my premises afte...
School Exercises Held [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
School Exercises Held Pupils of the Eagle Rock school held their Christmas exercises in the school building last Friday, when the appropriate program was very much enjoyed by a number of visitors. “The Riddle of the Christmas Candles,” by six boys from Miss Dodge's class, was especially good, as was also the exercise, “Six Letters to Santa,” by pupils in Miss Chisolm's class. The holiday vacation will last two weeks. Under the direction of Mass Riecher, a [little* company of school children have been practicing Christmas carols with which they will serenade residents of the valley on Xmas Eve. The inspiration of a great poem, the power of a great painting, the beauty of the sculptured marble, are but the individual soul that created them. — Holway.
CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Number of New Members to Be Received Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
CHRISTMAS SERVICES AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Number of New Members to Be Received Sunday Special Christmas services will be held Sunday morning in the Congregregational church, corner Linden way and Colorado street, at 11 o’clock. A number of new members will be received. The pastor, Rev. Alfred W. Hare, will preach a short sermon on “The Christmas Theme.” Mr. Howard C, Galloupe, whose musical ability is well known in the valley, will have charge of the music. He will be assisted by Miss Belden, soprano; Mrs. G. Everett Candee, alto, and Mr. Otto G. Wildey, tenor. The program will be as follows: Quartette —"Sing, Oh Heavens,” by Simper. Quartette —“All Glory to God on High,” Huhn. Soprano solo —“Glory to Heaven’s Eternal King,” Helmund, Mii'ss ißelden. (Baritone solo and quartette—“ Birthday of a King,” Neidlingcr. Quartette —“Sing Allelujah Forth,” Dudley Buck. There will be no evening service.
THE RESULT OF A STANDING AD A Poem in Prose by Walt Mason in “Ncwspaperdom” [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
THE RESULT OF A STANDING AD A Poem in Prose by Walt Mason in “Ncwspaperdom” The merchant wrote a little ad. and put it in the Shriek, and there it stood, day after day, and week succeeding week. It told about his heating stoves—he wrote it when the snow was piled upon the frozen earth as high as it would go. And in the sizzling August days, when, in the towns and groves, the people fried and sweated blood, they read about his stoves. The years wore on, and babes were born, and grown-up folks were pinched, some men were to the senate sent, and other men were lynched; and some were wed and some divorced and some were boiled in oil, and some were loafing in the shade, while others tilled the soil. And some were on the briny sea, ahunting treasure troves, and still that doggone foolish ad. referred to heating stoves. The type wore out; the printer went to get another ad; “I tried that graft,” the merchant said, “and found it very bad. No advertising doesn't pay! So chase yourself, my co...
A MERRY CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 December 1910
A MERRY CHRISTMAS Believing in the policy of good fellowship between publisher and public, the "Sentinel” wishes to extend its heartiest Xmas greetings to its faithful readers. Ten months ago, when we ventured the publication of a home paper for the district commonly known as Eagle Rock, there were more than one “doubting 1 Thomas” who predicted that a "post-mortem” will soon end “the hazardous enterprise.” Neighbor Randall even “echoed” that his competitor’s financial death would occur within three weeks. These false prophets failed to reckon with the editor's possession of energy that is essential to every businessman who wants to be successful, and particularly the newspaper business requires an abundance of patience, vim and perseverance. Today we are in the position of owning a well established pul/icatiou, and it is our pleasant duty to express to the public at every opportunity our grateful appreciation of the community's kind co-operation. Hhving today dwelt upon this person...