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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
Business and Professional Cards Oflice, 2103 Central Are. Both Phone* Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of ihe Eagle Rock Avenue car line Phone East 2217 DR. MYRTLE PHINNEY DR. CARLE H. PHINNEY Osteopathic Physicians Phone Fairniount Ave. East 2433 near Colorado. 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. 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 Sycamore and Avoea 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. W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Gyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park East...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
Sunset Glendaler soil Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OB MIGHT LADY ATTENDANT Robert Heury Brown, Pres. P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. miairaiairaimsmifgia'aia rnfflaraiEflaiß □ &amp; a bbs Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier lEagU Sorklank Capital, 925,000 FuU Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock Property We are working with everybody to build up Engle Rock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. □aS□□BQBB□GQ&gt;3 □ □ K rj q q m q &gt;n\ REAL E S T A T E You Furnish the Bargains I will Furnish the Customers 1 Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers Geo. Diddoc.k, Corner Central and Colorado Sts. Eagle Rock Valley, Phone East 2225 Phones: East 11 Home 39272 Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. Highland Park Red or Yellow Carranza Car to Avenue 61. :: M...
In Social Circles [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
In Social Circles \ Department Feature Page of the Cagle Rock Sentinel By Florence Elizabeth Hare Mr. Louis Herzog has recovered from a two weeks' attack ol la grippe. Mrs. George Diildock and son, Ralph, spent Sunday at Whittier visiting friends. Rev. Alfred W. Hare was elected secretary of the Congregational Ministers' Association at their last meet ing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young and Miss Olive Siebeiis enjoyed a line drive around Mt. Verdugo Wednesday. Mr. Collins, who i- connected with the California Bungalow Co., has re cently moled into hi- new house on Park avenue. Miss Mainline Drinkwater of Los \ngeles -pent the week-end at Eagle Rock as the gue-t of the Misses May and 11 azel I )hhh &gt;ck. Sanitary drinking fountains have been installed in the school. I here is one in the school house and two in the pavilions in the yard. Miss Enta Herzog will be one of a jolly parly of thirty young people to make a moonlight trip to Mt. W il son next Saturtay evening. Mr-. Harry...
Glassell Park Notes i [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
Glassell Park Notes i By Mrs. Theodore Watterson .Mrs. A. G. .Miller of El Centro is to visit .Mrs. Thomas Gillespie of .Moss avenue. .Mis. G. W. Lyons entertained .Mrs. Charles Dopp of Los Angeles Thursday afternoon at her home on Zelda avenue. Mrs. J. It. Lilly of Thornwald avenue entertained at luncheon Friday Mrs. O. C. Ownbcrg and Mrs. M. D. Thieboud. Mrs. F. W. Williams of Eagle Rock was the guest Friday afternoon of Mrs, S. L. Sharp and Mrs. C. L. Green of Glassell Park. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. i’aley of Thornwald avenue are making preparations for a trip to Ml. Lowe next week. A parly of friends from Texas will acCoiitj any them. Miss M. R. Stahl of Minneapolis, Minn., is the guest of Mrs. C. E. Adeland. This i&gt; Miss Stahl's first visit to California and she is so charmed with its beauties that she expects to make her home at Glas-ell Park in the near future. The Gla-sell Park Improvement Association met last night at the residence of Mrs. C. E. Adeland. Let ter-- were...
WHERE JUSTICE REIGNS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
WHERE JUSTICE REIGNS When men are educated Along the proper line, And each one gets what’s due him, Don't you think it will he line? When men are all united, When each worker gels full share, When every wrong is righted How will then the shirkers fare? When the man that makes the auto And the men that till the soil, When all men with true ambition Gets full recompense for toil, When all these may own their auto And "m&gt; chauffeur" owns one too, And "a gentleman" must EARN his, What will that poor man do? When every willing worker Gets Al.l. that is his due And those who get the luxuries Will have to EARN' them too; Tell me, then, oh tell me truly, Tell me in accents soft and sweet HOW shall then the non-producer Get the choicest cuts of meat? When she who hears life's burdens Shall share life's pleasures too And full measure of enjoyment Comes to those who delve and do, Can aristocratic sisters, Who neither sweep nor milk, In the good time that is coming Monopolize the sil...
Glendale High Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
Glendale High Notes By Anna Kathryn Megilligan Tlic Misses Emma and Myrtle Pul Ham entertained some of their Senior friends with a box party at the Be lasco last Thursday night. Every one enjoyed themselves to the utmost because, as they said, everything was just right—a good play, the right friends and dandy things to eat. The man who "snaps your picture and has it ready for you in a minute for a dime" has been wandering around the school grounds gathering in dimes by the jugful at noons. Almost every student you pass in the hall is adorned with their own or some one else's picture. The Sophomore girls are planning a party for the boys of their class to be given some time this week. In return for this (it is rumored) the girls expect the boys to do the same and so start up a series of parties. It is to be a surprise, however, and pupils outside the Soph, class can find very little out about it. An interesting lecture was tendered to the students in the high school auditorium on the...
lAnnandale /terns [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
lAnnandale /terns The Avenue Grocery expects to have automobile delivery service soon. Miss Ada Overman has secured employment with the "Home Builders.” Harry Swineford and family have moved into their new home at (.'redwood Way. Attorney Otto Schroeder returned Saturday from a short business trip to San Diego. The Vaughn family of Kulli street have moved to their future home at Highland Park. J. Ingraham of Panama street has completed improvements on his pleasant home. Mr. Babcock and family moved into their new residence on Fairmont Way T huts day. Mr. Lynn Stowell of Strickland Road Inis recovered from his serious illness. The Home Builders are repairing their store building on Eagle Rock avenue. The Carter family who formerly re sided on Poppy street, have moved to their new home at Garvanza. R. D. Hughes’s brother and family of Portland, Ore., arc visiting here and expect to locate in this vicinity. A bouncing baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Karl Youngs of Merridia...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
Daddy ’s Bedtime The Lord of J Burleigh "I'm Only a Poor Man" NCE upon a tlmo in England, children,” said daddy one evening, heft ginning Ids bedtime story to Evelyn and Jack, "there was a nobleman, very rich and the head of a great family, lie was called the Lord of Burleigh, but ho did not care very much about all his riches and his honors. The only thing for which he cared a great deal was the painting of pictures, for he was an artist, and a very good artist. If he had not been so. rich lie could have made much money by painting pictures and selling them. “One summer the Lord of Burleigh made up his mind to put on old clothes and visit a certain village near ids Castle, where ho had been told there was many a pretty scene, so he went there and set up his easel to paint pictures, forgetting everything else. But one day as he was painting a beautiful young girl, daughter of a poor man in the village, stopped to watch him paint. The ford of Burleigh noticed her and spoke to her. Th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
NOTICE The strict ruling of the postoffice authorities under heavy penalty, compel us to stop mailing papers to persons who’s subscription is in the rear for a limited period of time. Please be prompt about paying subscription bills when sent you as we must abide with teh law. CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR SALE I'OK SALE—Good surrey, cheap Telephone East 2847. FOR SALE—Small cook stove, good as new. Price $2.50. Two-burner gasoline self-generator stove, $1.50. Miss Flacks. Park Ave. and Valley Drive. WANTED WANTED —To buy a blue (lame distillate burner ontlit, complete; must be cheap. Address P. O. Box 106, Glendale, stating price. WANTED—To trade good Mitchell d-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. speciallnotices HARDWARE—Paints and Oils. Garvanza Hardware, W. L. Van Wig, Phones: East 237.; Home 39...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
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IN SOCIAL CIRCLES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
IN SOCIAL CIRCLES Mr. Charles Pike of New York was a guest of Mrs. Frederick Schriber of Kenilworth recently. A number of valley people attended the playlet, "The Magic Cave," given by Mrs. Bessie Thew Miller at the Y. M. C. A. in Los Angeles Friday night and Saturday afternoon. Captain and Mrs, D. C. Alcumbrack cn of Highland Park have moved into che valley. They will reside with their daughter. Mrs. Goss of Kenilworth avenue. “Teddy Roosevelt” Cox, well-known throughout these parts as a hunter of big game, has, according to his own statement, discovered a fine cure for a cold or for asthma. He says that a skunk, carefully tucked under one's pillow upon retiring will surely effect a cure before morning, Mrs. Sarah Rroxholmc of Shiregrove was hostess at a very delightful luncheon at her home Sunday when she had as her guests Mrs. Katherine Meyers, Mrs. Bryan Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Woods. The house was prettily decorated for the occasion. One of the prettiest affairs ever pre...
Upholds City Ordinance [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
Upholds City Ordinance Judge Finlayson has upheld the city ordinance which provides for widening of Hill street to 72 feet, between Pico and Wasnington and the official notice that calls for sale of property that is delinquent for non-payment of assessments. The case was that of Charles Praeger and Mary K. Cake, owners of Hill street frontage. These owners say they will take an appeal. The delinquent sale was set for Friday, January Id, at the city hall.
Burbank Electric Road [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
Burbank Electric Road At 2 p. m. of February Id the board of supervisors will open bids for an electric s.reet railroad franchise, to cover certain county roads at Burbank. It is said this is part of the plan to establish a car line between Glendale and Burbank. Lfiter the petitioners will ask for another franchise along and across certain other roads. It is reported that ample funds have been raised as a bonus and that nearly all the right of way has been acquired.
CONSECRATED WISDOM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
CONSECRATED WISDOM Justice is consecrated wisdom sitting in the scat of judgment. There is entirely too much human judging, too much flippant criticism of the acts of others. Suspicion is permitted to displace evidence, cheap shrewdness, to banish charity, and prejudice to masquerade as judgment. We dare to condemn the whole life and character of an individual from a few shreds of fact as scientists reconstruct an unknown prehistoric animal from a few bones. We imagine, we guess, we speculate and then pass on through the medium of indiscreet speech and idle gossip that may bring bitterness, sorrow, heartache, and injustice to others. The very ones we condemn may be heroically fighting life on the bring line under a hail of trial and temptation where we might fall faint in the trenches, or, lowering our colors, drop back, in hopeless surrender. We should judge only on indisputable fact and then temper our judgment with charity.
Change in Tax Collection [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
Change in Tax Collection W. O. Welch, county tax collector, has submitted to the board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce for its approval, the draft of a b'll which he desires to have adopted by the state legislature. The measure changes the date of the collection of taxes from Oct. Ito Jan. 1. The committee on finance of tiic chamber will study the bill, and report on it next Wednesday. Mr. Welch stated to the chamber directors that the chancre would work a great convenience to the taxpayer-, who have more money after the first of the year, he thinks, and would facilitate the collection of taxes.