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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
Market 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. M PHONE: CLEVELAND 69516 BUY AMERICAN—BUY IN EAGLE ROCK BUY CALIFORNIA PRODUCTS Specials Thursday; Friday, Saturday, Mar. 2—3—4 VAN’S GROCERY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES EACH STANDARD BRAND TOMATOES No. 21/2 Can HOMINY No. 2V2 Can STRING BEANS No. 2 Can SAUER KRAUT No. Vh Can CORN No. 2 Can C &amp; H Menu Sugar, Powd. or Brown lb pkg liase &amp; Sanborn COFFEE lb. 31c ..!.... .caiUlSc Peter Pan SALMON 3 tall cans 25c TILLAMOOK CHEESE *** 17 c VAL VITA TOMATO SAUCE 3 cans J. V. DUNBAR SHRIMP can CHICKEN OF SEA %s TUNA i/ 2 s BIG 2-LB. JAR PREPARED MUSTARD - Pillsbury’s PANCAKE FLOUR Small Pkg. STANDARD PEACHES , f APRICOTS 10c 10c 10c .15c 15c 10c 3 Large No. l x k cans 25° LA PALOMA LAUNDRY SOAP 10 Bars 19c Masteruiece SPINACH No. 2 l / 2 Can 11c CALIFORNIA RICE 3 lbs. 10c Vi lb. can Calumet Baking Powder pi? p WITH PURCHASE OF A I—4-oz. Bottle of Vanilla at reg. price 0 i? i '.i • '-r*" ; . , A »?♦ AAA A A A ifcA AAAAA A...
FARM BILLS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
FARM BILLS Editorial There are enough bills now before the state legislature, affecting the farmer and the farming industry, to keep one state legislature in session for several weeks, to say nothing about all of the other measures that must be given some consideration. Most of the farm bills have to do, in some form, with the problem of taxation and the service the state now gives and will continue to give the farmer. Some of the proposed laws would boost taxation, othen would reduce It, and still othen would cm out various forms of state gid and assistance to the farmer Some of these measures are downright dangerous. Some of them an so halr-bralned that it is hard tc conceive how anyone, even thougt he is a member of the state legislature, could for a moment get the idea that they should or could be passed. There are .at least some service! put common people, farmers or members of the state legislature, most remember that these are times vMch call ftt' cutting taxation. ««an thoug...
INTERESTS EVERYONE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
INTERESTS EVERYONE It interests everyone in Eagle flock and everyone is interested, seems to be the concise way to desiribe the facts regarding the proposed N. Figueroa St. opening and widening assessment. Not in years has anything aroused the people of this community as has the matter of this proposed assessment. The general interest in the matter is indicated by the attendance at the mass meeting held Saturday night at Eagle Rock gremmai school, by the number of propert; owners who signed the protest peetitions at that meeting, and it the number who have called at thi office of the Eagle Rock Advertise: and at other places where the petl tlons are to be found, and register ed their protest by signing. Th announcement in Monday morning’ edition of the Advertiser that th petitions might be signed at th office of this newspaper, brought i large number of signers that day The number has increased steadU: sine*. The petitions will be avail able for signature at this office un sirs hsdr...
A NEW DEAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
A NEW DEAL The day alter tomorrow,, Saturday, March 4, a new president, Franklin D. Roosevelt, takes over the reigns of government of the United States. We are told that that means that the county is to have “a new deal.” There is reason to believe that “a new deal” may be expected. However, it will take a little time to get it functioning, and if it does not come about o/er night, let us all be a little patient. Mr. Roosevelt goes into office with the stage set for him to make radical changes in the condition! that have prevailed for the last three years and more; he goes ir with an almost solid party organization behind him. Mot in man; aunt as vrtH be the demcn|ats after March 4. That much is in Mr Roosevelt’s favor. In a number, of ; ways the easdc am dealt for the nsw president,-but in othew id* task looks difficult in the extreme The country is hoping fpr » change, and i*. ready tc accept radical departure*. It is no* a ease of grasping at straws, bu( of being ready to turn to...
FORD—COUZENS—BANKS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
FORD—COUZENS—BANKS It is not surprising that Henry Ford, automobile magnate, has stepped into the breach in Detroit, in an effort to solve the bank situation of that city and of Mich-' igan. He is able —has the ready money—to do it, and his name be-, hind the solution of the situation would be almost sufficient to bring ! a return of confidence, even if he j did not put his money behind the undertaking. j We hold no brief for Henry Ford, but there is marked difference between his attitude in the Detroit bank holiday and that of Senator Couzens, of Michigan, a man worth many, many millions, a former partner of Henry Ford, and in fact extremely wealthy because the auto manufacturer made It for him. Reports were published immediately aft:r the Michigan bank holiday was declared, that it was due to the interference cf Senator Couzens, y holding up a loan by the Federal Relief corporation, that brought the .banks to the point where the holiIday, declared by the governor, was necessary. C...
—LINT— By 3. G. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
—LINT— By 3. G. R. Picked up on a school campus “School days, school days, Good old rotten rule days. Necking’ and petting’ and polices, Taught to the tune of red Ups sticks. I was your queen in a mid—light show; You were my half—shot Romeo, When I rocked in your Ford You were too darn slow When we were a couple of brats.” (Anonymous) Now all toghter, parents, with a couple of “Teh’s, tch's of- the tongue and the very tired out statement; “We certainly didn’t talk like that when we were young.” Dear Unble Ebe:— What movie star dominates you? Ans. .She in’t a movie star, she’s my wife. Headline . LOCAL BOY MAKES GOOD. V Query Oood what? Just plain old “good." x'tS* Tiine _J4w*b»s ?V r I Younger folks in by—gone years Took themselves most seriously. But how the psor things, bored to tears, * Laugh at themselves deliriously. WoH, the democrats have already givem the ladies something to worry about, and that's the new inauguration blues, or the Eleanor Uue of Mrs. Roosevelt* given, ulus...
EAGLE ROCK HEALTH CENTER By Dr. D. J. Oiaon CHIROPRACTOR 2270 Colorado Blvd. CL 62520 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
EAGLE ROCK HEALTH CENTER By Dr. D. J. Oiaon CHIROPRACTOR 2270 Colorado Blvd. CL 62520 INSOMNIA (Sleepless-ness) QUESTION—I have been troubled for some time with inability to sleep. Either I do not go to sleep upon retiring or I awaken after two or three hours and am unable to go back to sleep. Is there any treatment which would help my condition? ANSWER —Various underlying causes may produce the condition which you describe, and an examination would be necessary to determine the etlclogical factor. Any disease which lowers nerve resistance, or any employment or occupation which destroys more tissue than one is able to rebuild may bring about such an ailment. Chiropractic or Electrotherapy are very effective in these cases. After a single treatment the patient almost invariably gets a good night’s rest, and when the basic cause is re-, moved by successive treatments the trouble will not - return. i NOTE —Dr. Olson will gladly answer any health question. Send a stamped, addressed enve...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
Sager'* Stationery Si Gift Shop Eagle Bock, California 2167 Colorado Bird. Vol S-A Thursday, March 2, 1933 N.o 1' JIG SAW PUZZLES ALL THE VOGUE -i BIG SELECTION SOLD OR RENTED Mot Just two or three, but plenty jl good subjects and at prices that: fit your pocket book. We have them from the simplest numbers tor the small child to the most Intricate designs. Come In and look them over—New shipments several times a week. Titles now available are—“ End of Trail,” "Great Ap- j peal,” “Meditation,” “Age of Innocence,” “Constitution,” “The Waif,” “Index Peak,” "Venetlal Canal,” “Castle Bock,” “Land of Dreams,” “The Conquerors,” and many others. Puzzles sold lCc-15c-25c-50c. Puzzles rented 10 to 20c per day, 2 day minimum. * ARC !■ Plan for that St. Patrick’s Party Now —Let Us Help. Read the Newest Books from our CIRCULATING LIBRARY
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
A.C.PARDE E _n lour neighborhood merchant serves you in many friendly ways, sells you stamps, cashes your checks and tries to be helpful. ; Why jnot give him a break? \ .SPECIALS ' fFor that Stubborn of La Grippe (Flu) TRY Pardee’s Cold Tablets .. ,25c VANTRESS OINTMENT 75c FOR BARBERS ITCH AND ATHLETES FOOT Goodrich RUBBER GLOVES 39c KEEP THE HANDS SOFT AND WHITE , $1.50 DOUCHE BAG 59c \ WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS Velma HAND LOTION 39c CUCUMBER AND ELDER FLOWER i/ 2 Dozen WASH CLOTHS 29c ASSORTED COLORS SANIKINS, sanitary napkins Doz. 19c Pardee's Happy land Pharmacy 1616 VOSEMITE DRIVE
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
DRIVE IN MARKET 4714 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. R. N. WEAVE R, Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE RI&amp;HT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS on SALE MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2,3, AND 4 MARGARINE GOLDEN WEST POUND 6 C WESTLAKE PINK SALMON 3 TALL CANS.. CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 11 BARS 25 C MORNING BRAND ' 2 Tall Cans 9c Small Cans 9c 4 U. S. Extra Large Fresh RANCH EGGS With Purchase of y&gt; Lb,‘ ORANGE PEKOE TEA AT LOW PRICE of 28c BRIARUALE BRAND TOMATO gAUCE 3 CANS 10 BEN HUR COFFEE REGULAR or DRIP POUND. . 3r CRISCO 1 lb. can 17c 3 lb. can 48c PEAS.... ~! 0 Nb.2cans 1 Qe UTAHNA BRAND "■ XV PINK BEANS Q lbs. 1 Ac FANCY SELECTED vj A V C&lt;wn 3 No. 2 cans 25* PORK &amp; BEANS RITTER, WITH TOMATO SAUCE Lb. can P|c TOMATO SOUP CONDENSED .. Can 5c JJEINZ J£ETCHUP lge.bot.!s&lt; MAYONNAISE BEST FOODS PT -29 C KAKOSYRIIK^Tt;; :::: £ HONEY ,22-oz. Jar 9Qc BUCHANIAS, ORANGE or SAGE V DOG FOOD ...... £ cans 9Kc DR. ROSS, small tins - SOAP CHIPS .... 5...
FA/VM6JVS comeß Sec.Agricultural Legislative . Gommitteeof i California [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
FA/VM6JVS comeß Sec.Agricultural Legislative . Gommitteeof i California Scores of farm bills, designed tc remedy, or alleviate "depression ills’ of California's farming industry, together with a flood of “repeal acts,’ aimed at the elimination of state support for present agricultural services of questioned necessity, are slated for preliminary committee hearings in the near future. With the legislature well launched on the second half of its biennial session, both the senate and assembly committees on agriculture as well as the Important livestock and dairies committee of the lowei house, are clearing the decks for careful study of the large crop of farm measures. *An outgrowth of the legislative drive for rigid economy in state expenditures, brought about by depleted revenues and a bankrupt general fund, the “repeal acts” will require the most careful scrutiny tc insure sound economy, through elimination of non-essentials, without crippling services of prime importance to agricult...
N. Figueroa Levy Meeting Subject [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
N. Figueroa Levy Meeting Subject i The Eagle Rock Tax-Payers Pro--1 tective league will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday evening, in Central grammer school, Caspar, and Chichasaw avenues. i The N. Figueroa st., assesment will be the chief topic of discussion, council will be on hand for signature. All tax-payers are invited to be present. “Bring along your tax bills or postal card notification of I the assesment.”
SOMETHING NEEDS DOING ABOUT IT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 March 1933
SOMETHING NEEDS DOING ABOUT IT “Potatoes are cheaper, tomatoes are cheaper Now’s the time to fall in love.” Are the young people of this community not looking for bargaintime, or are they merely love-shy and afraid to take the leap A general survey reveals a startling scarcity of marriages. There is no lack of young folks of marriageable age, but the stuff of which romance is made seems to have been punctured or something, for few and far between are the marriages taking place in this neck of the woods. Are things well enough let alone, or should something be done about it, as about most other things that ought to beletalone? Couldthe cou ought to be let alone? Could the young folks be tempted to make two trails one, if they were offered a few inducements such as a free honey-moon trip, special rates on furniture, easy payments on the wedding ring, or deferred payments on the marriage license? Members of the press in other communities have the opportunity of writing about the beaded...