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EDITORIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
EDITORIAL NOTES Broadway wasn't in it last Monday. Colorado boulevard was like a procession all beaded for the (lower show held by our neighboring rival Brother Charles E. Jones —or even better, "Sagebrush Charley"—of Antelope Valley, is still on the war-path. He seems to be wiping the floor with his alleged competitor. The Pullman company now want to compromise with the interstaatc commerce commission and reduce upper berths 20 per cent. These little "snore shelves" should also be equipped with clamps to hold them in—&lt; the porter usually holds them up. A prize recently offered by a newspaper for the best answer to the conundrum, "Why is a newspaper like a woman?" was taken by a lady who sent in the following answer; "Because every man should have one of his own and not run after his neighbor’s.” "There has been a theft committed in this community,” said the clergy from a l.os Angeles pulpit the other Sunday, “and I'm going to throw this book at the guilty party." exclaim...
LOOKING BACKWARD Items Taken from the Garvanza Gazette A Quarter Century Ago [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
LOOKING BACKWARD Items Taken from the Garvanza Gazette A Quarter Century Ago A meeting of tjic Democrats of Garvanza, Lincoln Park and South Pasadena, was announced to take place in Lincoln Park last night. Idle object of the meeting was to organize a new Democratic Club. It seems rather strange that they should try to get up a whole club in so small a territory. What’s the matter with taking in the whole southern part of the state, and getting up a club about the size of the Garvanza Republican Club? Bonds to the amount of $15,000 were voted Monday for the erection of the school house. At the meeting held Tuesday night it was decided to locate the building on lots owned by T. McCarthy in the west part oi town, d'he census recently taken shows that we have about 125 children of school age in Garvanza. The Garvanza Hotel will re-open soon. About been ex pended in laying out and beautifying the grounds this season. Messrs. Hepburn and Terry, who have made the hotel so popular in past ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
Business and Professional Cards Office, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of ihe Kagle Bock Avenue car line Phone Kast 2217 Sunset Glendale 1013 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Kagle Rock twice a week Best Work K. It. Howard. Mgr. Plans Estimates HENRY A. SCHROEDER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Residence Glendale Place, Eagle Rock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Svcamore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Rock Estimates Furnished HENRY NASH CARPENTER &amp; BUILDER Additions—Alterations—Repairs Mail Address, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 66 A Los Angeles. 1 W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Horae 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty, j 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park 1 East 880. Home 39314 Fire Insurance! 7! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. R. MEYERS 1...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
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 OE MIGHT LADY ATTENDANT |j Robert Henry Brown, Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier 1 i p - F - Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier | j £aglr llnrfe lank | I Capital, $25,000 Full Paid . I i Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property j!: |j "’e are working with everybody to build up Eagle Rock Valley 1 p| and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business S y of every person in the Valley. lu waaßsaiorgiaiaaiaaiaiiigEw^^^ h a i, i&lt;: st a t i*: You Furnish the Bargains I will Furnish the Customers I Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers Ueo. Diddock, Corner Central and Colorado Sts. Eagle Rock Valley. Phone East 2225 n\ Phones: East 11 W Home 39272 V/ w w Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. Highland Park Red or Yellow Garvanv.a Car to Avenue 61. Beautiful Foothill ...
| In Social Circles [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
| In Social Circles \ Department Feature Pageof the Cagle Rock Sentii iv By Florence Elizabeth Hare Miss Fae Butler spent two weeks with her father, Ike Butler, in San Diego. Mrs. Charles Pike of New York was the guest of Mrs. F. K. Schrieber of Kenilworth avenue during the week. Miss Heldeu of Los Angeles sang a soprano solo at the morning service of the Congregational church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Richardson of Satsuma Park, had as their guests during the holidays Mrs. Sou llickox and children of Santa Ana. Mrs. Sarah Hroxholme of Shiregrove has as her house guests, Mrs. J. i), Hroxholme and son, Lester, who are vi.-iting here from the least. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas I lollingworth have returned from a visit with relative- in Santa Cruz and are at home in the Hank Building Apartments. Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Rogers of Oak Grove avenue, entertained nine guests with a carriage ride and luncheon at the Arroyo Seco, New Year's Day. Mi-- Fdiza Livejoy returned the forepart of the week, ....
I Glendale High Not es [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
I Glendale High Not es By Anna Kathryn Megilligan It lias been decided that there will be no Kills basket ball team this year as the physical instructor does not approve of it. Two new grand stands have been erected on the High school grounds during vacation. They arc dandy big, comfortable ones and a larger audience is expected to view the games played on the home court. The hardest game of the season will be fought when we play Azusa. She was our hardest opponent last year and will be still harder this year necause she has the same boys on her learn, while we have several new ones. It has not yet been scheduled when we will play her. The float which Glendale sent to the Xew Year's Floral Parade in Pasadena was a decided success. Il surpassed all the others in class A, and had so many good points that, the judges got up a special prize ami announced that Glendale was a special prize winner. The special prize was the blue banner and a $l5O silver cup. Friday morning, on going to sch...
THE LESSON STOPPED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
THE LESSON STOPPED Tin' teacher was taking a class in infant Sabbath room ami was making her pupils linish each sentence to show that they understood her. "The idol had eyes," the teacher said, "but it could not —" "See," cried the children. "It had ears, but it could not ." "Hear," was the answer. "it had lips." she said, "but it could not ." "Speak," once more replied the children. "It had a nose, but it could not —’’ "Wipe it." shouted the children; and the lesson had to stop a moment. ■Mrs. F.lsa von Grofc Mcuasco of Central avenue, spent part of the week in Redlands.
Annandale Items [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
Annandale Items By Golden Phillip Pollard .Mrs. S. R. Maclay i&gt; visiting friends at San Fernando. Tlte l-ea family of Annan Way entertained relatives Sun lay at a family dinner. A large crowd front Fagle Rock avenue walked to Pasadena hist Monday to witness the llnral parade. Ihe Bollinger family, who were formerly in business here, will soon move to their ranch near Riverside. .Miss Minnie Dorsey of Claremont spent New N ear with her con,sin. Mrs. Site Smith of Strickland Road, Mr. Williams had a fainting spell at noon Sunday at the I’nion church Idle extreme heat seemed to be the cause ol his weakness. I'- 11. McV’ey lias purchased the interest of Frank J. Hates of the Bates Mercanlil company and the store will hereafter be run by Mr. McVey under the name of the Avenue Grocery, the new manager has commenced delivery service among other impi irtant improvements. A pleasant surprise was tendered Mr. and Mrs. Harwood in honor of them 20th wedding anniversary on I'riday eve...
Glassell Park Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
Glassell Park Notes By Mrs. Theodore Watterson Mrs. Talbert of Moss avenue habeen severely ill. Mrs. Thomas Patterson will give a musical recital to her scholars at her pretty Gktssell Park home on Friday. Members of tlie (Hassell Park 1m provemenl association were entertained at the home of Mrs. Gillespie on Tuesday evening at their regular meeting. Much busine-s was di-■u-sed after which refreshments were set - ved. Mr- Theodore W’atter.-on of Eagle Rock, who i- well acquainted at Glascll, has taken the correspondence for the "Sentinel" and all local items of interest to this place will be pub lished regularly. The people seem to be very much enthused over the addition of this column as no other paper reaches the territory and the place has received practically no publicity at all. Glas-011 Park residents are especially invited to vi-it the busiue--Einils of Eagle Rock. Among the houses already established is an up-to-the-minute drug store where the best drugs, medicines and all a...
Public Rostorum [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
Public Rostorum Letter.- tn the public will be gladly printed under tin- heading but the ■Sentinel" disclaim- any responsibility fur view- expres-ed herein. I’ersoualities and lengthy articles will kindly be elliminated.—( Kditor. Kditor "Sentinel." "It -em- to me there is a great deal of truth in K. I. Hutchinson's diagnosis of the case of high cost of living, Has not James Mill -aid 'The high co-t of living is the cost of living high'? The American men of the working class want too much of the luxuries of life. I'he average butcher wants the he-t cut of meat tor himself and hi.- family. Ilt.it is a- preposteroii- as that those who work in -ilk factories should want to wear silk-, or those who work in I'ullman carshops should want to travel lir-t ela-s. Tln.-e who build automobile- usually ride on the trolley ear,—and that i- right. My chauffeur tells me working people of I ranee or llermany would not dream Ol doing thing- the worker- of \nier iea do, I have always noticed the pea-...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
Daddy’s Bedtime StoryTwo Adventures Of Tom Thumb His Mother Picked Him Up “ HII-PIIION,” said daddy ono evening, “1 think you have heard of Tom ■ Thuml). (lie famous little man. who was so called because he was no bigger than a man's thumb. 1 am going to tell you tonight of two things that happened to Tom Thumb. “For all his tiny size, Tom was a very inquisitive creature, lie wanted to know all that was going on around him. and often his curiosity got him into trouble. That was the case one day when his mother was making batter pudding. She had given Tom some bread and honey to get him out of the way. but when she was not looking—he was so tiny that she could hardly sec him anyway - he climbed up on (lie edge of the dish and fell into the batter. “I lis mother did not see him and kept on stirring the pudding. Tom fell in head first, so that his month was filled with the batter and he could not cry out. lint on feeling the hot milk he commenced to kick and struggle so that his mother...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR SALE I' OR SAL]', -Good surrey, clicap Telephone East 2847. WANTED W AX I ]■.D~To liny :i hlne flame dis t.liaic burner nutnr, complete; mu-i In- cheap. Addre.-s I'. (). linx IIKe Cilcndale, stating price. WANTED—To trade good .Mitchell 3-passengcr atuo 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 HARDV/ARE—Paints and Oils. Gervanza Hardware. W. L. Van Wig, Phones: East 237, ; Home 39301 NOTICE Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon ns by reporting same to this office. Please do not neglect this matter as it is of great importance to the conduct of the paper.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
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PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
PERSONALS Mr. I'rallk Keniston is tlic proud •'*M' l happy lather of a bouncing baby ?;irl. .Mother and child arc doing well. Congratulations are in order. In honor ol .Miss (iladys Shaw of Oakland, who is her house guest, Mrs. •Mired \\ . Hare of Ridgeway avenue entertained last Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent in games and music. The guests were Marie Schnoor, Mildred Wight, Thelma Stanton, Virgin Jones, Glory floss, faith Winters, Ethel Connought, liertha VVerdin and Rhea FerDon. Ihe I'.agle Rock Drug Co has a new dog. lie is an ugly looking brute, but i-. peaceable, and will only get into a tight if attacked by other dogs. He is a business dog, and attends strictly to advertising Clayton s Dog Remedies, a full line being kept in stock at the drug store, where 1f makes Ids headquarters. Free ‘‘Treatise on the Dog" for the asking. Rev. Allred \\ . Hare, pastor of the I ngle Rock Congregational church made an address at the Recognition Service ot the Onconta Park Congre...