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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
FIFTH FLOOR—HAMBURGER BUILDING 100 feet above street noise and dust. Modern. Forceful, Progressive —27 th year—always the leader. Enter any time. F-1850, Main 2305. EDWARD KING ISAACS, President. • f• •• V.V.VAV We wish you all a Happy &lt; and Prosperous New Year •1; P. S.—Please put our Telephone Number on Your New 1911 Directory East 477 $ | . | Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse THE EAGLE ROCK HARDWARE STORE |i; •1; I; 1 Colorado St. Eagle Rock $ g
Eagle Rock Sentinel Published every Friday at Eagle Bock, Los Angeles Co., Calif. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
Eagle Rock Sentinel Published every Friday at Eagle Bock, Los Angeles Co., Calif. Franklin O. Schroeder— Editor and Proprietor. Miss Elizabeth Hare—Society. —Offices— Symphony Hall Bldg., Eagle Rock Valley. Glenandale Place, Eagle Rock Avc. Subscription Price—sl.oo 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 ISIA, 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 A HAPPY NEW YEARI [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
EDITORIAL A HAPPY NEW YEARI Without making an undue claim upon the public’s appreciation of our efforts in behalf of a “New and Greater Eagle Rock,” the editor feels that during the short duration of the Sentinel's being on post he has contributed according to the best of his ability to the wonderful success of our Valley within the last past year. Today our community is standing at the threshold of a new era. Hamlet’s alternative (to-wit: To become or not to become a town) will be formally answered in a few days, and the “Sentinel” is confident that the words of encouragement and Enlightenment printed in these columns relative to incorporation will culminate in an enthusiastic plebiscitum in favor of organization of the Valley as a city of the sixth class. Incorporation of Eagle Rock means progress at a record breaking rate such as never achieved by any ” California town. Eagle Rock will march on along the lines of prosperity and growth because it is possessed of an ideal climate, ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
A Happy New Year! J, B. Moser and Company “The Quality Grocers” Phone East 1148 Colorado Street 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Bates Mercantile Company “The New Cash Grocery” 952 Eagle Rock Ave. Frank J. Bates, Manager. All new stock at strictly down-town prices and better. A few of our bargains follow: SO lbs. “A-l” Flour ?L7O 25 lbs. “A-l” Flour 85 Large Size Harpoon Brand Salmon 09 Sardines 07 English Breakfast Bacon, per lb 35 Fresh Boiled Ham, per lb 35 Cream of Wheat 18 Old Dutch Cleanser 09 Meek-Barnes Co.’s “3-Wheat Bread,” fresh every day. A good assortment of fresh candies and nuts. All fresh vegetables in season. 0000000000004 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Beautiful Foothill Lots In — FLORIST AN HEIGHTS Many have fruit and shade trees, others have large live oaks. Within easy walking distance of Occidental College, situated on high ground in Eagle Rock Valley. The best street improvements costing $23,000 are now being installed. Absolutel...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier iEaglg &amp;nrfe Sank Capital, |25,000 Pull Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Rock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. iIIG.QiQiQejeQQCQ Q.BQ □t3□□ 13 t3 (313 (3 &gt;3 13 (3 &gt;3l 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. Phones: East 11 Home 39272 Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. Highland Park Red or Yellow Garvanza Car to Avenue 61. 'I Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULLI AND HERZOG At the end of the Eagle Rock Avenue car line. Phone East 960. They will find Bargains For Yo...
CHRISTMAS ON THE PLANTATION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
CHRISTMAS ON THE PLANTATION By ELBERT J. LEE. IN the antebellum days the negroes enjoyed a whole week of rest at Christmas time. Now that they are hired bands instead of slaves they cling to this privilege, refusing to work while the holiday spirit is in the air. This means that Christmas lasts a week. Every negro—man. woman and pickaninny—makes the most of the week, and the fun runs high. On many plantations the negroes are almost as much a part of the “plant” as they were during slavery. They have the feeling that, inasmuch as they belong to the place the rest of the year, the place belongs to them for the holiday week, and they take advantage of the opportunity to do as they please. For weeks in advance the holidays are anticipated with Joy, though not with any great degree of preparation. The plantation negro, generally speaking, lets tomorrow take care of itself. But some of the more provident ones begin to store up for Christmas. The fattest pumpkin is picked up from the corn ...
CHRISTMAS BERRIES. Where the Holly Grows and Hew to Find the Beet. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
CHRISTMAS BERRIES. Where the Holly Grows and Hew to Find the Beet. The old fashioned Christmas greens were rosemary, ivy and bay, but in the 2,000 tons of wreathing and decorating material which it is estimated that we now use every year there is a much greater variety. Best loved of ail la the glossy, red berried holly. “Holm” was the old English name for It, and It is thought to be identical with the "greenwood tree” of British ballads and of Robin Hood fame. On our side of the Atlantic the American holly (Ilex opaca) is found from Maine, where It grows as a shrub, to North and South Carolina, where it lifts a symmetrical cone of dark, shining leaves set with scarlet berry clusters along a beautiful trunk of gray and silver to the height of seventy or eighty feet. Delaware and Maryland are usually credited with furnishing the best grades of holly to Christmas markets, but their “Three X” brand, as seen after shipment to northern cities, Is not so finely berried as the Carolina hol...
WHERE THE RACES MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
WHERE THE RACES MEET Judging from the purpose of his original plans the voyage of Columbus was a failure. His purpose was to reach Asia by a westen route—the American continent obstructed his passage and he did not succeed. He did not even discover the mainland. Other adventurers tried to pass the barrier. Magellan passed into the Pacific by going around the continental barrier, but this barrier still remains. France through De Lesseps failed after expending nearly $400,000 to break through the obstruction that for four centuries has defied the genius and enterprise of the world. It remained for American ingenuity, skill, determination and indomitable energy to attack this barrier. The onslaught has been and is the wonder and amazement of the world. That Americans will cut through the continental obstruction which has defied all nations for centuries is the belief of the people of the entire world anti the passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean throug hthe Panama canal will ...
ANN AND ALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
ANN AND ALE Mr. Davis of Lewis Vista leaves Monday for an extended visit with friends in Hemet. Wm. Beddome had a serious attack of heart trouble on Tuesday but is now well again. The trustees are contemplating some extensive improvements for schools in this district soon. Enjoyable Christmas exercises were held at the Annandale Union church on Monday evening before a crowded house. The success of the evening was great. All parents intending to send their children to school should do so at once, is the advice of Prof. Marbut, supervising principal of this district. J. W. Marbut has made some noticeable improvements on his property on Walnut street. He has laid a cement walk and painted the exterior of his home.
NO NATIONAL HOLIDAYS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
NO NATIONAL HOLIDAYS We have no national holidays. All the laws about holidays so far passed by Congress apply only to the District of Columbia, and to make them general the Legislatures of all the states and territories would have to sanction them. Congress has appointed special holidays now and then, and in 1894 it passed a statute making Labor Day a public holiday; but the act did not make it a national holiday, for the Legislatures of several states and territories have not provided by law for it, and it is not even observed on the same day in all the states where it has been legalized. There are various legal holidays which are almost universally observed, such as the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas. But there is ,no national holiday, unless Sunday may be so considered by a literal interpretation of the term “holiday” as ‘holy day.”
TRAGIC CHRISTMAS DAYS. World’s Greatest Holiday Has Often Been Reddened by Blood. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
TRAGIC CHRISTMAS DAYS. World’s Greatest Holiday Has Often Been Reddened by Blood. Christmas, which should be aud usually Is the merriest day of all the year, has sometimes been reddened by bloodshed and blackened by tragedy. One of the most barbarous of the persecutions against the Christians was begun by Diocletian on Christmas day, A. D. 303, when a church in Nlcodemia, filled with Christians, was ordered by him to be set on fire. Every way of egress was barred, and not a single worshiper escaped the flames. Vuletide In 10CG was a melancholy time in England, which nevertheless always celebrated it with the utmost eagerness, for Harold, the last of the Saxons, had fallen before the Norman conqueror, and on Dec. 25 of that year William the Conqueror was crowned in Westminster abbey. The occasion was signalized by the slaughter of a huge crowd of Anglo-Saxons outside of the church through a mistaken idea that they had risen in revolt. Exactly two years later there was an uprising of ...
Hi* Christmas Gift. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
Hi* Christmas Gift. The following story is told of a little boy, three years old, who lives In Atlanta: His mother bad been telling him the story of the birth of Christ The next morning be went to the trank which contained his clothing, took out a cloak and then put his cap on. "Where are yon going?” he was asked. And the little fellow replied: u rn&gt; going to God. and you hare all got to go with me. I’ve got to take that poor little baby some Banty Claus 1"
WOMEN'S REALM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
WOMEN'S REALM How narrow minded we women that spend the greater part of onr time at home arc apt to grow, so like the frog that lived in a well and had never been out of it. One day a frog whose home was in the sea came to visit him, and in telling him of his home in the ocean and that it was not very far away, he was asked: “how big is your sea, as large as my well?” “Oil, much larger,” replied the visitor, “it would make a million wells sucli as yours.” “Nonsense, you arc a deceiver and a falsifier. Get out of my well. I want nothing to do with any such frogs as you.” Did you ever feel like that toward some one ■that came in for a few minutes with some bright tale from the oucsidc world? . Let us broaden our minds. We all know that housework, ironing, baking and sewing are all very prosy, but let us add poetry to them, take a few minutes each day for mental improvement. Tune your cars to the music of the stars, to the voice of nature. If you have a task to preform that is disagree...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 December 1910
CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR SALE FOR SALE—Good surrey, cheap. Telephone East 2847. WANTED WANTED—To buy a blue flame distillate burner outfit, complete; must be cheap. Address P. O. Box 106, Glendale, stating price. WANTED—To trade good Mitchell 3-passenger auto for lot in Eagle Rock. Apply this office. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Good 6-room house. 20 minutes from court-house. Located on 2 car-lines. $ll per 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 NOTICE Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon us by reporting same to this office. Please do not neglect this matter as it is of great importance to the conduct of the paper. Publisher.